Ünal, Necdet
January 2010
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2010, Vol. 14 Issue 42, p231
Academic Journal
In this paper, it has been tried to show what kinds of meanings of the ... verb and its derivatives have in Arabic Language and Qur'an by referring to the Qur'an Exegesises (tafseer) and the sources of Arabic Literature and by giving some examples from them. In the last section, it has been thought over the the meaning of the expression ... of because that the verb ... has been used mostly with the word ... (prayer); and it has been tried to draw a conclusion from that. This study intends to be able to understand well about Quranic verses including the verb in question and its derivatives.


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