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Quranic Words,80% of Quranic Words,Classified Word's List for Easy Memorization By Abdul Aziz Abdul Raheem

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Abdul Aziz Abdul Raheem
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Publication Year:
2017
  • Quranic Words,80% of Quranic Words,Classified Word's List for Easy Memorization By Abdul Aziz Abdul Raheem,9788172317782,
  • Quranic Words,80% of Quranic Words,Classified Word's List for Easy Memorization By Abdul Aziz Abdul Raheem,9788172317782,
  • Quranic Words,80% of Quranic Words,Classified Word's List for Easy Memorization By Abdul Aziz Abdul Raheem,9788172317782,
  • Quranic Words,80% of Quranic Words,Classified Word's List for Easy Memorization By Abdul Aziz Abdul Raheem,9788172317782,
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Quranic Words,80% of Quranic Words, Classified Word's List for Easy Memorization By Abdul Aziz Abdul Raheem

ISBN: 9788172317782

This book contains : 82.6% of the total words of the Holy Qur'an Their most common meanings The possible second meaning of some words Most common occurring words Word count of the different words of the Holy Qur'an Nouns and verbs Arrangement of words Arrangement of verbs Brief conjugation of verbs Detailed conjugation of verbs Silat-ul-fe'l Dual and feminine forms Reference

All praise be to Allah, and may peace and blessings of Allah be upon his Prophet, Muhammad. Allah says very explicitly in His Book, “”(This is) a Book (the Qur’an) which We have sent down to you, full of blessings that they may ponder over its verses, and that men of understanding may remember (38:29).”” If we don’t understand the Book, how can we ponder on its verses!
Ahadith also emphasize the learning of the Qur’an. The Prophet of Allah, Muahammad, peace be upon him, said, “”The best among you are those who have learnt the Qur’an and teach it (to others)”” [Bukhari]This book is prepared to provide some help in fulfilling the above-mentioned objectives. Please keep the following points in mind while studying this book.
1. No. of words and their meanings: The words given in this book account for 82.6% (64282) of the total words (approx. 77800) of the Holy Qur’an.
2. Most common meanings: For each word, only the most common meanings are given. Some words may have other meanings too, depending upon their context. However, the number of such words is very small.
3. More than one meanings: When more than one distinctly different meanings of a word are given in the book, a semicolon is placed between the two meanings.
4. Most commonly occurring words: The words listed in the first three pages occur very frequently. Some of them occur in combination with each other. The constitute a whopping 41.5% (32263) of the total words
5. Word count on each page: At the bottom left of the page, total is provided for the number of times the words of that page have occurred in the Qur’an. The bottom right shows the percent of the total Qur’anic words that have been covered till that page.
6. Nouns and verbs: The number next to the noun (pages 4-7) or the verb (pages 8-18) shows the number of times that noun or the verb (in its various forms) has occurred in the Holy Quran.
7. Arrangement of word lists: Words given on pages 1 through 7 are arranged according to the topic. There are a few words given in this book which have occurred are very frequently in the Qur’an but could not be place under any of the topics. Such words are placed at the end of any of the word lists where space was available.
8. Arrangement of verbs: Verbs given on pages 8 through 18 are arranged according to their types. This is done to facilitate the learning of different types of verbs.
9. Vowel sign on the last letter: If the last letter of a word given in this book does not have a vowel sign (“”it indicates that any vowel sign can come on it depending upon the context in which that word is used. If () occurs before the word, then Tanween () is not used.
10. Arrangement of words: In almost every case, the words are arranged alphabetically to make the search easy.

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