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Verse (73:14), Word 1 - Quranic Grammar


The first word of verse (73:14) is a masculine time adverb and is in the accusative case (منصوب). The time adverb's triliteral root is yā wāw mīm (ي و م).

Chapter (73) sūrat l-muzamil (The One wrapped in Garments)

(On the) Day
T – accusative masculine time adverb ظرف زمان منصوب

Verse (73:14)

The analysis above refers to the fourteenth verse of chapter 73 (sūrat l-muzamil):

Sahih International: On the Day the earth and the mountains will convulse and the mountains will become a heap of sand pouring down.

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3rd July, 2011

Why is yawma accusative here? Because it is the continuation of previous ayahs?


3rd July, 2011

In this verse, the word yawma is in the accusative case (mansoob), because it is a time adverb. All time adverbs (ظرف زمان) in found always in the accusative.

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