Surah-1: Al-Fatihah

48

3

In the name of Allah, Most Beneficent, Most Merciful

¨¸ «¢Šèó¦ɨȰÇ
The Opening
Surah 1: Al-Fatihah

Part: 1
14

judgment, religion, faith, creed

15

Thee Alone

16

we worship

16a

and

17

we ask for help,

ú¾óȦ
ȽŠ¢ʤ

® § ¸ 

¾¦àû
ÈÂ 

ú à¬Èû

assistance, support
1

to take refuge,

¯ Â ¸ 

Ưß

18

to seek protection

ɯßÈ¢

I take refuge, I seek protection

3

prep. of, with, by, in

ʧ

4

prep. from, of, some of, 

ú ÷

6

name, noun

7

xg. Beneficent,

¿ « °

xg. Merciful,

the praise, thanks,

path, way, course 

öÇʦ

22

straight, upright, erect,

24

you have favored, 

¾ø¸’óȦ

25

prep. unto them, upon them

26

other than

27

those who earned

ʾ

owner, king, master 

ú øŠó¢à’ó¦O§È°

13

day

½ ¾ ¿

¿ ¸ À 

ªøàûÈ¢

you bestowed grace 

öŽ Šôß
Šã

§ µ ¹ 

ƧÔä÷

wrath

Lord of the worlds / creatures
12 

ú ÀMóȦ 

ö · ÂóȦ

prep. for, because of, due to,

Sustainer of the worlds, 

ö ì ¬È÷

correct, righteous, honest

for the sake of, for the sake of
11

ȶ¦ Ï

pl. those, who

commend, admire
10

¢û

23

® ¿ ¬ 

¾ÿʦ

lead on right course or way,
show the way, make aware

21

Compassionate
9 

ÈÀ¢à¬Çʦ

Ä ® Á 

ö Ž³È°

ÉÀ¢ø· ÂóȦ
¿ ¬ °

im. guide, direct,

pl. us, our, ours

Compassionate
8

19

20

since, then
stoned, cursed, damned

À Â ¸

succor, support

2

5

to ask for help, 

î ó¢÷
È¿

28

not, no, do not, don't

29

who go astray, who
lose the way
(vn.:

òK Ó )

¢Šó
¾ ¾ µ 

ú Oó– ÔóȦ

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah

49

C¦ Ä³`

^ Part :1
^

ʨŠì¦ó¦ɨȰÇ

Part: 1
45

revealed, sent down

46

unto thee

47

which, whatever

48

before thee

Surah 2: Al-Baqarah 

î ó ¯

49

life after death, hereafter,

¦

this, (that)

31

no doubt, no suspicion 

¤È°¢Šó
þ ç

32

prep. in this, in, at, on, within

33

those who ward off evil, pious, 

ú ì ¬÷

God-fearing
34
35
36
37

they believe

À¿¦ ÈÀü÷ š 
¤ Šã

unseen, secret, invisible

ÈÂ

prep. and, and also

ÈÀø ì

they establish, they are

39
40

ɨ¢Šô Ðó¦

prayer

Š¢ø ÷

prep. of that, from that

we have provided,

¼ ± ° 

¢ü’ëȱȰ

bestowed, blessed, endowed with
livelihood
41

pl. we, us, our

42

pl. them, they, their

43
44

they spend / distribute ¼ » À
which, with

¢û 
öÿ 
ÈÀŒìè ü
¢øŽ¥

¢÷ 
î ô¦Šë
ƨ » ¦
¦

life to come
50

they are certain of,

À ¼ Ä 

ÈÀüë  

sure, affirm
51

those / (these) people 

î Ÿ–ŠóÌÂÉ¢

52

prep. on, upon, above 

ôß

53

guidance

54

ap. pl. successful,

55

certainly, undoubtedly, doubtless

56

they disbelieved,

steadfast
38 

ȾŽÄûÉ¢ 
î Šóʤ

`

The Heifer / The Cow
30

¾ ± À

þÿ
¬ ¾ » 

ÈÀ¸ô ’è÷

° » ½

MÀʤ 

¦ÌÂÂèŠ ïŠ

they rejected

Æ ¡Ç

57

equal, all the same

58

whether (sign of interrogation)

59

you warned / frightened ° ¯ À

60

or

Ì¿È¢

61

not 

öŠó

62

they do / will not believe

ÈÀü÷ š¢Šó

63

sealed, closed, concluded 

ö¬»

64

hearts

È  

È©Ì°ŠÀûÈ¢

ƧŒôŒë

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah
(sr.:

50 

¤’ôŠë)

Part: 1
82

increased

È®¦È± 

öŽ àøÇ

83

painful 

ö óÈ¢
¢øŽ¥

65

their ears / hearing

66

pl. eye-sight, eyes

Æ°¢Ð¥È¢

84

because

67

covering, dimness

ƨÈ¢Ì ã

85

they were

68

and for them 

ö ŠóÈÂ

86

they tell a lie

69

punishment, torment

Ƨ¦ŠÀß

87

when, whenever

¦È¯Ê¤

70

Great 

ö Üß

88

pv. is said / told, 73, 92, 579, 602, 616

Šò ë

89

unto them

90

ni. pl. make not

Ruku'
71

1

v: 7

¸ï°

1

ɲ¢ üóȦ

the men / mankind / people 

ú÷

72

who

73

he says / speaks / tells, 88, 92,
579, 602, 616

74

(vn.:

ɾŒì

ƾŠë)

75

they are not

76

they beguile,

¸ ® ­

but, except

78

their person / soul

they said, 73, 88, 92, 579,

79

they don't perceive / 

ö Šó¢÷

94

we 

ÈÀßÊ®¢¼

95

ap. those who put

81

disease, illness, sickness
therefore, then 

¦Œó¢Šë
¢ø ûʤ 
ú¸û

¬ ¾ ´ 

ÈÀ¸ô Ð÷

things right, reformers
96 

ö È 
ŒèûÈ¢

¢ŠóÈ¢

be aware, be careful,
better understand 

ÈÀ̾ÊȒè÷

ÈÀÌÂÂàÌ¢÷

97

ƵÂ÷

98

but

È»

99

im. pl. believe, become faithful,

ap. mischievous,

® ² »

persons, disturbance creators

realize
80

¾ Â ¼

602, 616

only, infact, verily

² » À 

¦Ì¾ÊȒè«¢Šó
ʵ̰Š˜’ó¦ ç

92

93

¢Móʤ

® ² »

on the earth

they deceive
77 

ÈÀ¥À ’ð 

ö Šó

91

¢ ü÷ ¦

34, 62

§ ¯ ½

mischief, act not wickedly /
corruptly

¦

we believe, we have faith,

¦û¢ï

34, 62, 74, 104, 580 

ú ðó
¦ü÷ ¦
¦

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah
100

51

¢øŠï

like, as, alike

È¢
É – èŠ Ç

119

as, like

120

relative pronoun one who 

¦ŒìóŠ

121

kindled, lighted

¢ ü÷ ¦

122

fire

123

when

124

lighted

ú ×¢Ë

125

around him, his surroundings 

þóŠ · 

ÈÀÉ ŽÄ ¬È÷

126

took away, carried off 

¤ÿȯ

¾ø

127

left, abandoned

ÌÀ¢äŒ×

128

in, in between 

ÈÀ øà

129

pl. darkness, gloom

130

they do not see

131

pl. deaf

ˆ¨Šó¢ŠôÓ

132

pl. dumb (sr.: 

öðŠ ¥È¢) 

ö’ð¥

þÿ

133

pl. blind (sr.: 

øßÈ¢) 

øß

¢øŠç

134

therefore they 

ª¸Ž¥È°

135

they do / will not

102

pl. foolish/insolent/

stupid persons
103

they met, 371

104

we believed / became faithful,

Ä ¼ ¾

¦

34, 62, 74, 99, 104, 580
 ¾ ­ 

¦Šô»

secluded in privacy, they are alone
106

devils, devil type behavior

107

ap. those who

  ± Á

ˆòŠ°÷

example

what (sign of interrogation?)

they went in loneliness,

guided persons
118

101

105

Part: 1

Ƚ
ÌÄ ÀMó¦

® ¼ Â

Æ°¢û
¢ øŠôŠç
  Â µ

scoff / sneer / laugh
108

grants leave, gives respite

109

contumacy, wickedness

110

they wander

Á ¿ ¸

blindly in confusion
111

they purchased /

Ä ° ³ 

¦Ì¬Ëʦ

deception, straying

113

guidance, right way, 53

114

so (it did) not

115

fg. profited, benefited ¬ § °

(did not profit: 

ª¸Ž¥È°¢÷)

116

commerce, trade, trafficking

117

ap. rightly directed /

ƨȰ¢´ « 
ú ¾¬ ÷ 

Ì©È –ÓÈ¢

Ƚ« 
ç
° ´ §

bartered
112 

¾Šë ¬Çʦ

Æ©¢øŒôŒÛ 
ÈÀÌÂÂÐ
¦¢Šó
ö Ï 

ö Šç
¸ « ° 

ÈÀ೎ ¢Šó

return
136

or

ÌÂÈ¢

137

like

Ƚ

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52

Part: 1

138

rain-laden cloud, rainy storm 

¤Ï

155

they stood still

139

sky

É –øÇ

156

if

140

thunder 

¾ßÈ°

157

willed, wished

141

lightening

ƼÂ¥

158

everything

142

they thrust / put / place

ÈÀŒôà ´

159

omnipotent, command,

143

fingers
(sr.:

144 

Þ¦Ïʤ)
ÆÀ¦È¯ ¦
ÆÀɯɢ)

  Ä ³

ˆ¨Šì ߢÏ)

Ç ËOòŒï 
 ¾Šë

Ruku'

2

v: 13

¸ï°

2

ɲ¢ üó¦¢ È¢–

160

O! mankind

161

im. pl. worship, 16

162

Sustainer, Lord, Provider, 11

¦Ì¾¦ßɦ

(pl.:
163

pl. your 

öŒï

fear, danger

Æ°ŠÀ·

164

relative pronoun one who

147.

death

Æ©÷

165

created, molded, shaped, 253

148

ap. one who surrounds,

ˆÖ¸

166

so that you (pl.)

167

pl. you may

150

É®¢Šð

snatches /

» ¶ ­

as often, whenever

152

they walked

153

when

154

became dark

Ä ³ ¿ 

êŠô»

Ä ¼ Â 

ÈÀŒì ¬«

ward off (evil), you become
righteous / pious, 33 

æ؊ ¼
168

created, made, 179, 267, 859

Šòà³

¢øMôŒï

169

for you (pl.) 

öŒðŠó 

¦Ì÷

170

earth

Ƶ̰Ȣ

¦È¯Ê¤

171

couch, resting place, bed

¢˦ ç 

öŠô’ÛÈ¢

172

canopy, covering

takes away
151

ÌÄ ÀMóȦ 
öŒðMôà óŠ

encompasses
almost, nearly

M§È°

Ƨ¢¥°È¢)

146

149 

È –Ë

capable, skillful 

êß ¦Ï

pl. thunderclaps

(sr.: 

Šó

¦

ears
(sr.:

145 

ގ¥¢ÏÈ¢

¦÷¢Šë

¿ ¾ ·

Æ –üŽ¥

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah

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173

sent down, revealed, 187

174

water

¾ ± À 

ȾÄûÈ¢
Æ –÷

175

brought forth

176

therewith, with it

« ° ­

prep. of, by, from

178

fruits, gains, benefits, 219
(sr.:

179

192
193

im. pl. and call

þŽ¥

194

witnesses (sr.: 

ú ÷

195

apart from Allah

Ì©¦ÂøŠ¯

196

ap. those who are

 ¸ ®

¾ ¸ « 

¦Œôà ´«¢ŠôŠç

partners, equivalent

181

pl. you

182

pl. you know / are

¿ ¾ ¸

É ¦¾ Ë

ʅ¦ÊÀÌÂÉ®ú ÷
¼ ® ´ 

ú ëÊ®¢Ï

Ƽʮ¢Ï)

197

then

È»

¦Å®¦¾ûÈ¢

198

if

ÌÀʤ 

ö¬ûÈ¢

199

not 

öŠó 

ÈÀøôŠ à«

200

pl. you can do

201

never

ÌÀʤ

202

fg. whose, that which 

ö¬üŒï

203

fuel 

ç

204

fg. its, her

¢ÿ 

¤È°

205

pl. stones

ƨȰ¢´ · 

¢ü’ó Äû

206

prepared

207

ap. disbelievers,

set up / appoint, 168, 267, 859
180 

¦ßÌ®¦È 

¾ Ž Ë)

truthful (sr.:

ni. pl. then do not

þ ô’° ÷

like it, similar to it / him

¦

ƨÂøŠ¯)

aware (vn.:

Æ°Ç)

Qur'aan (pl.: 

ȫ»Ȣ
¦

177

Part: 1 

ö’ô ß)

183

if

184

pl. you are / were

185

in, within

186

doubt, suspicion

187

we revealed, 173

188

prep. upon, on, unto 

ôß

189

slave, servant 

¾¦ß

190

im. pl. so produce / bring

191

Surah, a chapter of the

¾ ± À

¦«’˜çŠ
ƨȰÇ

¾ ¸ » 

¦Œôà ’è« 
úŠó 
¬MóȦ
Æ®ŒëÈÂ

® ® ¸ 

Ì© ¾ ßÉ¢ 
úŽÂ 碊ï

those who reject faith
(sr.:
208 

 碊ï)

im. give glad tidings

(good news:

ƨȰ¢Ì¥) 

ÂÌ¥

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah

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209

they worked, did deeds

210

fg. pl. righteous deeds

(mg. pl.

Part: 1

¦Œôø ß

229

or ought above it

Ì©¢¸ ó¢Ï

230

then as

231

that it / he

MÀÈ¢

232

truth

ê· 

ö Šó

233

what

¦È¯¢÷

Ç©¢ ü³

234

desired, wished, intended

È®¦È°È¢

ÌĎ´«

235

leads astray 

ª¸«

236

guides

Æ°¢ ûÈ¢

237

many

¢øMôŒï

238

except

¦Œë±Ê É°

239

ap. transgressors

ƨÂøŠ¯

240

they break

ÈÀ¸ó ¢Ï)

¢ Šë Šç¢øŠç
¢ ÷Š˜Šç 
þ ûÈ¢

211

that

212

for them

213

gardens (sr.:

214

sr. fg. flows

215

underneath, under

216

rivers (sr.:

217

whenever

218

pv. they are provided with

219

fruit (pl.:

220

this

¦ŠÀÿ

241

covenant

221

pv. are provided, are given

¦«É¢

242

after it

222

similar, similitude

¢ Ž¥¢Ì¬÷

243

ratification (of covenant)

223

spouses (sr.:

Æ«¦ÈÂ̱Ȣ

244

they cut off

224

pp. fg. one who is purified

ƨ ؊ ÷

245

commanded

225

ap. pl. abide forever

ÈÀÌÂ¾ó ¢»

246

pv. be joined

226

disdains not 

¸¬È¢Šó

247

ap. losers

†Š°÷ɧŽÂÔ

248

how

249

pl. dead

ˆ¨ ü³) 

 û)

Æ©¦ÂøŠ¯)

Æ«ÌÂȱ )

¦

227

uses a similitude,
gives an example

228

gnat, mosquito

ˆ¨Ó à¥

Nò Ô
ÌÄ ¾  
Z °Šï
¢Móʤ
¼ ² »

µ ¼ À 

ú ì Ç¢Šç 

ÈÀԌìü
¾ ß
¾à¥ú ÷
¼¢Š° ÷

¸ ¶ ¼ 

ÈÀà؊ ’ì 
Â÷È¢

¾ ´ Â

° ² ­ 

ŒòÏ 
  

ÈÀÌÂÂÇ ¢» 
æ Šï

© Â ¿ 

¢«¦÷È¢

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah

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250

and (he) gave you life

251

then

252

pv. pl. you'll be

¸ « °

Part: 1 

öŒï¢·Š˜Šç

270

blood

öŒ¯

271

we proclaim (your) 

ÈÀೠ«

returned

Æ –÷Ê®
¬ § ² 

¶¦È 

praise
272

we glorify / sanctify

² ® ¼ 

ɲ¾Šìû

253

created 

êŠô»

273

for Thee, for You 

îŠó

254

for you (pl.) 

öŒðŠó

274

taught 

öMôß

255

all

¢à ø³

275

names (sr.:

256

turned (towards)

à ¬Çʦ

276

all (of them)

257

towards

Dʤ

277

presented

258

fashioned

ÃÇ

278

im. tell me

259

fg. them

úÿ

279

me

260

seven 

Þ¦Ç

280

these

261

skies (sr.:

©¦È¢øÇ

281

Glory to You

262

knower, aware 

ö ôß

282

for us

¸ï°

283

You taught 

î ¥È°

284

in truth, You .. 

î ûʤ

¦

Ruku'

3

¦

Æ –øÇ)
v: 9

¿ ¾ ¸

3 

öÇʦ)

È –øÇÈ¢
¢ MôŒï
ȵÂß
  § À 

Žû Œ ¦ŽûÈ¢ 
Žû
Ê –Šóšÿ 

îû¢¸¦Ç
¢üŠó 
ªøMôß

263

your Lord

264

to, for

ʾ

285

You

265

angels

ˆ¨Šð Ÿ–Šô÷ 

ªûÈ¢

286

All Knowing 

ö ôß

266

verily I

286a

All Wise

267

ap. one who creates / places

ˆò ߢ³ 

ö ð·

287

and when

268

viceroy, vicegerent, successor

ˆ¨Šè ô»

¢ øŠôŠç

288

Did I not tell?

269

will shed / pour 

îè È

289

I know 

ûʤ

’òŒëÈ¢öŠóÈ¢ 
öôŠ ßÈ¢

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ÈÀ̾¦«

290

pl. you reveal

291

pl. you hide

¿ © ½

292

im. pl. bow down,

® « ²

Part: 1
310 

ÈÀø¬’ð«
¦Ì¾´Çɦ

Iblees, Satan

294

refused

295

became haughty

296

(he) became / was

297

im. dwell, live

298

im. dl. eat

299

plentifully

300
301

311

° § ½ 

ȫ»Ȣ

312

Š¢û¢Šï

ÈÀ¢Šï)

im. pl. get down, alight,

¦ŒØ¦Žÿʦ

disembark 

¦’ð¬Çʦ

313

some 

Òà¥

ÈÀ¢Šï

314

enemy

KÂ¾ß 

úŒðÇɦ

315

pp. destination,

À ½ ²

¢ŠôŒï
¦¾ŠãÈ°
Œ® ·

dl. you desired / wished

¢ø¬’  Ë

È –Ë)

ni. dl. do not go near

dl. they (two) were

(sr.:

9È¢

wherever, anywhere

(sr.
302

Æ ô¥Ê¤

« ° ­

expelled

prostrate
293

got (them) out /

§ ° ¼ 

¢¥’ì«¢Šó

Â ìŠ ¬È÷

dwelling place
316

means of livelihood,

Ƹ¢¬÷

provisions, goods 

ú ·

317

period, time

318

thereafter (he) learnt 

ìŠô¬Šç

319

words (sr.:

ˆ¨ø ôŠï)

©¢ø ôŠï

320

turned towards

321

ap. oft-returning, one who 

Šôßȧ¢«
Ƨ¦ «

303

this

ÊÁ Àÿ

304

tree

ƨ´Ë

322

and if, then whenever

305

dl. you (will) become

¢û Œð«

323

comes to you (pl.)

306

made (them) slip

M¾È±È¢

324

from me 

ü ÷

307

dl. they both

¢øÿ

325

followed 

Þ¦«

308

from

úß

326

my guidance

ÈĦ¾ÿ

309

fg. it / her

¢ÿ

327

fear

Æ»»

forgives

¢ ÷ŽœŠç 
öŒð ü «’˜

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah
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57

Part: 1 

öŽ ôß

on them

329

grief, sorrow

330

they rejected faith,

they belied

332

our signs

333

companions of the

ÆÀÄ·

the first, prime 

¦ÌÂÂèŠ ïŠ

348

ni. pl. do not sell

349

my signs 

¦¥MÀïŠ

350

price

¢ü «Š¢ ¦

351

little, small

Ê°¢ üó¦ɧ¢¸ÏÈ¢

352

ni. pl. do not cover /

° » ½

§ ¯ ½

¦

fire, inhabitants of the fire
Ruku'
334
335
336

4

v: 10

4

¢

O!

Šò Ÿ¡ÂÇʤŽü¥

children of Isreal

Ä ° ³

¦ÌÂŒï̯¦

im. pl. remember, recall

¦ŒçÌÂÈ¢

im. pl. fulfill 

«¢ ¦
¦

¢üøŠ¯
† ôŠë
¦ȦŽ’ô«¢Šó
ò ×¢¥

353

falsehood

354

ni. pl. do not conceal,

hide (vn.:
355

¦ø ëÈ¢

im. pl. perform,

be steadfast in
356

¦àïŠ Ì°¦

im. pl. bow down,

covenant, promise

¾ ß

339

I (shall) fulfill

»
Ê ÌÂÉ¢

357

those that bow down

340

me alone

ÈÄ¢ ʤ

358

do? (what?)

341

im. pl. and fear me, 

ÊÀ¦ÿ Ì°¢Šç

359

pl. you enjoin

360

right conduct, piety,

and have awe of me,

¦ø¬’𫢊ó 

ö¬Šï )

338

§ Á ° 

¦Ì¬̫¢Šó

confound
¸ï°

call to mind
337

ȾMÂÈ¢

347

they disbelieved
331

become

bend down 

ú à ï¦È°
È¢
° ¿ ¦

342

I revealed / have sent down 

ª’óÄûÈ¢

343

ap. that which confirms

¢†ë¾Ð÷

361

pl. you forget

344

(for) that which

¢ø ó

362

yourselves

345

pl. with you 

öŒðà ÷

363

pl. you read / recite

346

ni. pl. be not, do not

¦û Œð«¢Šó

364

will then (you) not 

ÈÀÌÂÂ÷’˜« 
Ž¥

righteousness
Ä ² À

² » À 

ÈÀÈü« 

öŒðȌèûÈ¢

 ¾ © 

ÈÀŒô¬«
¢ŠôŠçÈ¢

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah
365

58

pl. you understand /

¾ ¼ ¸ 

ÈÀŒôì à«

think
366

im. pl. seek help

367

indeed hard

368

ap. those who are

¦ü à¬Çʦ
¸ ³ ­

they bear in mind
that they

371

ap. those who are going to

intercession

382

pv. pl. they shall be

¸ » ³

° ´ À

pv. shall not be taken

ap. those who 

ú à Ë¢»

384

compensation 

ÈÀ üŒÜ

385

pl. we delivered you 

ö ûÈ¢

386

people, followers

¦Œë¢Šô÷

387

Pharaoh (A cruel king 

ÈÀ೎ ¦È°

388

¸ « ° 

ÈÀÌÂÂÐ 
ü
ŒÀ» š¢Šó
ƾ¾ß

 « À 

öŒï¢ü ´û
Ⱦ ¦
¦

ÈÀß ç
X)

in the time of Prophet Moses

meet
372 

ˆ¨ߢŠèË

helped
383

À À ·

370

381

ƨÂŽ¦ŠðŠó

humble
369

Part: 1

ÈÀ÷ È

they afflict,
they cause severe pains

return
Ruku'

5

1st Part

v: 7

373.

that I

374.

I preferred,

evil

390

punishment, chastisement

Þ¥°

391

to slaughter 

ûÈ¢

392

sons, male-children (sr.: 

ú¥Ê¦ ) È –ü¥È¢ 

ª’ô ÔçŠ

393

they spare / let live

ÈÀ¸¬È

394

women

¦Œì «¦ÈÂ

395

and therein, and in that

¢÷ 

396

trial 

ÌÎÄ´«¢Šó

397

pl. your Lord 

ƒèû 

öŒð ¥È°

398

tremendous, great 

úß 

ö Üß

399

when

400.

We divided / separated

¸ï°

5

C¦

1/4 

 Ä³

¾ µ »

I gave preference
375

im. pl. and beware / guard

376

day

377

fg. shall not avail

378

soul

379

with regard to, about

380

pv. shall not be

accepted

È Ç

389

Ä ± «

¾ § ¼ 

Œò¦’좊ó

§¦ŠÀß
¶¥È¯

 –Ȏû 
öŒð ó ¯ çÈÂ
¦

Æ –Šô¥

̯ʤ
¼ ° » 

¢ü’ëŠç

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah

59

401

pl. for you 

öŒðŽ¥

402

sea 

¸¥

403

we drowned

404

pl. you were seeing

405

We promised

406

forty

407

night (pl.:

408

then

409

pl. you took

410

calf

411

after him

412

evil doers,

° · À

414
415

thunderbolt, thunder and

ˆ¨Šì ߢÏ

lightning

ˆ®à¥

422

raised up 

ÈÀÌÂŒÜü«

423

we gave shadow

¢û¾ߦÈ

424

cloud

Æ¿¢øŠã 

ú à¥Ì°È¢

425

grains like those of

úø’óȦ 

ó¢Šó)

¾ ¾ · 

¢ü’ôMôŠÛ

coriander seeds

¨Šô Šó

426

quails

öŒ¯

427

im. pl. eat 

ö«’À¼ «Ê¦

428

pl. good things

ˆò´ ß

429

they wronged

Á ¾à¥ú ÷

430.

but 

ú ðó 

ÈÀøó ¢ŠÛ

431

this

ÊÁ Àÿ

¢û Šèß

432

town, township

ˆ¨Šë 

î ó ¯ ¾à¥ú ÷

433

wherever

Œ® ·

ÌÀ¢ŠëŒç

434

pl. you wished 

ö¬’  Ë

435

plentifully

¦¾ŠãÈ°

¯ ­ ¦

¦

¿ ¾ ·

We pardoned
after that

421

¢ü’ë’ãÈ¢

wrong doers
413

Part: 1

¦

¦

The Scripture to differentiate
between right and wrong

à ’ôÇ
¦ŒôŒï
§ Ä ¶ 

Ê©¢¦Š×
¦øôŠ ۊ

416

im. pl. turn (in repentance)

¦¥ «

436

gate

417

Maker, Creator

ƥʰ¢¥

437

prostrating

¦¾ ´Ç

418

till, until 

¬·

438

im. pl. say

¦Œó Œë

419

we see

à Âû

439

forgiveness

ˆ¨MØ ·

420

openly, manifestly

ŨÂ ³

440

we (will) forgive 

 èäû

¦

Ƨ¢¥

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah
441

60 

öŒï¢¢ŠØ»

pl. your faults /

Part: 1
460

transgressions

water

442

soon, in near future

443

we will increase

444

ap. those who do good

445

but, then

446

changed, substituted

447

wrath, plague, scourge

448

Ȳ

461

im. pl. eat 

¾ŽÄû

462

im. pl. drink

§ ° ³ 

ú ŽüÊȸ÷

463

ni. pl. don't act

 ª ¸

® Ä ±

È»

they infringe / 

¼ ² »

6

v: 13

449

asked / prayed for water

450

im. strike

(vn.: 

¦¥Â Ëʦ 

¦Š°à«¢Šó

corruptly
464

food

Æ¿¢àŠ×

¦Ä³Ê°

465

one 

¾ ·¦ÈÂ

466

im. pl. thus call upon, 

ÈÀŒìȒè

 ¸ ® 

ɸ̮¢Šç

pray

¢üŠó

467

for us 

ìȬÇʦ

468

brings forth, 310

« ° ­

̧ŽÂÓʦ

469

fg. grows, germinates

© § À

470

herbs, vegetables

ˆò’ì¥

¸ï°

6

¦ŒôŒï

Ⱦ ¾¥

transgress
Ruku'

ƧÂÌ÷

drinking place, place for

ƧÂÓ) 

Ì«ŽÂ¼ 
ª¦Žü«

451

staff

¢Ðß

471

cucumbers

Æ –M° ë

452

stone, rock 

´·

472

wheat

Æ¿Œç

453

gushed forth 

̩´Šèûʦ

473

lentils, a kind of pulse

454

twelve

ȨÂÌߢ¬ü’¯Ê¦

474

onions

455

spring, fountain (pl.:

ÆÀß) ¢ü ß

475

pl. you exchange

456

certainly 

¾Šë

476

lower (grade)

G̮Ȣ

457

knew 

ö ôß

477

good, (better) 

»

458

all

NòŒï

478

big city, metropolis

459

people

Ʋ¢ûÉ¢

479

pl. you demanded / asked

° « »

¿ ¾ ¸

Ʋ¾ß
ˆòÐ¥

¾ ® § 

ÈÀŒó¾ ¦¬È« 

ÂÐ ÷ 
ö¬’óŠ˜Ç

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah
480

61

pv. fg. (was) covered / § ° µ 

ª¥Ž Ó

we raised

ˆ¨Móʯ

500

over, above, 690

ȼŠç

ˆ¨üŠðÈ÷

501

name of a mountain, 691

Æ°Œ×

¦É –¥

502

pl. you turned back / away, 621 

ÈÀŒô¬’ì

503

if 

ú Ž¦û

504

verily

¦Ðß

505

they transgressed /

481

humiliation, abasement

482

poverty

483

they made themselves entitled

484

they kill, 544, 666, 1072 ¾ © ¼

485

prophets (sr.:

486

they disobeyed

487

Ruku'
488 

Ž¦û)

ÆÀ¢Ð ß)

they transgress
7

v: 2

 ® ¸

ÈÀ̾¬à
¸ï°

7

¦ÌÂÉ®¢ÿ

they became Jews

à °¢Ðû

¸ » °

Christians

490

Sabians

491

the last day 

¾ŠìŠó
¦Ì¾¬ßʦ

went beyond the limit
506

Sabbath, Saturday

507

apes, monkeys (sr.:

508

pl. despised, rejected

509

deterrent, example

510

before them, in their 

ú  Ž¥¢Ï
ʨ » ¢’ó¦É¿ 

ª¦ ÈóȦ
Ʈ ë )

ƨȮ ë 
ú   Ç¢»
†¢Šðû
Ìľú ¥

presence
511

vn. succeeding, behind

512

lesson, admonition

Šò øß

513

commands, orders

¦

(of resurrection) 

ö¬ Mó « 
Šó

¦

489 

¢üàŠçÈ°

499

struck / hit

(vn.:

Part: 1

æ’ô»

· ¸ Â 

ˆ¨ŠÜ ß ÷ 
Â÷’˜

492

worked, acted

493

righteous, good

¢¸ ó¢Ï

514

that

494

their reward / remuneration 

öÿ³Ȣ

ÌÀÈ¢

515

cow

495

with Lord

̧Ȱ¾ü ß

ƨŠì¥

516

to make fun

496

grieved, became sad, 814

ÈÀŽÄ·

¦ÅÂÄÿ

517

I take refuge

497

we took

¢û’À»È¢

ɯßÈ¢

518

im. beseech, call upon, pray

convenant, bond

Ƽ¢Š° ÷

498.

° ¿ ¦

ɸ̮ɦ

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah

62

Part: 1 

ú¦

538

field, farm

what she is like 

ÿ¢÷

539

pp. without any defect,

says

ɾŒì

519

make clear

520
521
522

not old aged

523

too young

524

Ƶʰ¢Šç¢Šó

ƪ·

physically fit, (sound)
540

unblemished 

ú ’óÈ¢

541

now

between, middle

ÆÀ¦ß

542

you came

525

im. pl. do, act , perform

¦Œôà ’çʦ

543

they almost did not

526

that which, whatever

527

pv. pl. you are

° ¿ ¦ 

ÈÀÌÂÂ÷ š«

Ruku'

¢ û Šó

her / its color
(pl.:

À¦’óÈ¢)

529

yellow

530

bright

531

delights, gladdens

532

ap. onlookers,

v: 10

pl. you killed

545

pl. you fell into a

¦ÌÂÉ®¢Šï¢÷
¸ï°

8
¾ © ¼

  ° ® 

ö¬Ì È°¦M®Ê¦

dispute

ƫŽ ¼÷

ap. one who brings forth

É ¡’èÏ

547

pl. you hide / conceal ¿ © ½ 

Þ ë¢Šç

548

with some of it

¢ Ô঎¥ 

ÂÈ«

549

thus, in this way 

úŽÂ Û¢û 

î ó ÀŠï

550

brings to life

̎¸

551

pl. dead 

«÷ 

ÈÀø¬’ð«
¦

beholders
533

became dubious, resembling, 

þ¥¢Ì«

(sr.:

ambiguous
552

shows you (pl.)

ƾŒóȯ

553

pl. signs 

ȵ̰Š˜’ó¦Â° «

554

pl. you understand

555

then, thereafter

willed, wished

535

used for any sort of work

536

fg. tills /

° Â ª 

ª÷)

È –Ë

534

ploughs the earth
537

fg. waters (the field) 

ö¬’ô¬Šë

546

° ° ²

° · À

8 

ª’ Ž³

544

commanded
528

Š¨ Ë¢Šó

without any scar, 

’ðŽ¥

¢÷

ˆ¨ø MôÈ 
÷ 

ìÈ«

Ä   ° 

öŒðŽÂ
Ì©¢ ¦
¦

ÈÀŒôì à«
öŒ¯

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah
556

63 

ªȊë

fg. Hardened

(vn.: 

ÞøŠ×

572

desired, coveted

573

that

ÌÀÈ¢

ƧŒôŒë

574

surely 

¾Šë

ƨÈ¢Ȋë) 
¤’ôŠë )

Part: 1

557

hearts (sr.:

558

thus

È»

575

a group, a party

559

fg. she, (they: used here as a 

ÿ

576

they change / alter

577

they understood

Ƚ

578

they met

¦ŒìóŠ

ƨȰ¢´ ·

579

they said / spoke

¦Œó¢Šë

pronoun referring to

ƧŒôŒë,

a broken plural)
560.

like

561

rocks, stones
(sr.:

(vn.: 

´·)

562

or

563.

worse, more severe

564

hard, 556

565

for indeed, verily

566

gushes out, bursts forth

567

rivers
(sr.:

 ² ¼

splits asunder

569

falls down

570

fear of Allah

571

pl. do you then

¼ ¼ ³

¦ŒôìŠ ß

ƾŠë)

ÌÂÈ¢

we believed, 34, 62, 74, 99, 104

¢ ü÷ ¦

¾ËÈ¢

581

was in privacy, got privacy, 105

¢Šô»

(vn.: 

ƨȊë

ÈÀŒ¯¾¸ 

582

pl. you tell / narrate 

 ´èŠ ¬

583

that which

°¢ ûÈ¢

584

revealed, disclosed, opened

585

to / unto / on you (pl.) 

êMì Ì

586

they argue / controverse 

ŒÖ¦Ž 

587

they hide / conceal
(secret:

þMô󦌨̻ 
ÈÀàø ’جçŠ È¢

covet?, do you then have any hope?

588

Â Ç ;

they proclaim
(vn.:

¦

ƨ’ô»)

¢øŠó

¶ § Á

¸ ¿ ¶

ÈÀŒç¸ 


580 

 û)

568 

êŽÂŠç

ÆÀ¢Šôßʦ)

¢øŽ¥

secrets: 

¶¬Šç 
öŒð Šôß
ÈÀ ³–¸
ÈÀÌÂ ÂÊÈ

°¦ÂÇÈ¢)
ÈÀüô à

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah
589

64

ÈÀ ÷É¢

pl. illiterate / unlettered

except

591

ambitions, desires

592

if (if

or

¢Móʤ

606

yes!, why not! 

ô¥ 

Žû¢÷È¢

607

who 

ú÷

608

earned, gained

609

evil, wrong 

ÌÀʤ is followed by ¢Móʤ then

the meaning of

1st Part

ÌÀʤ will be "nothing")
C¦

1/2 

 Ä³

woe, destruction, ruin

594

they write

595

their hands
(sr.:

§ © ½ 

ÈÀ¦¬’ð

price, cost, value

597

they earn / gain

598.

not, never

599

will touch us

600

days

§ ² ½

a certain number

602

im. say

603

covenant, promise

604

will do against, will act

9

v: 11

parents 

ÈÀ¦ÊȒð

613

relatives, kindred 

úŠó

614

orphans, 1059
(sr.:

9

¸ï°

Žú¾ ó¦ÈÂ

612

9Œìó¦ÌÃʯ 
֢ 

ö ¬) 
ú ï¢È÷

615

pl. poor, needy, miserable

616

im. pl. say, speak

¦Œó Œë

ŨȮ̾à÷

617

polite manner, fair

¢üÈ·

՘Α

618

im. pl. establish

¦ø ëÈ¢ 

¾ ß

619

im. pl. give 

æô ¼

620

religious tax to purify the

Æ¿)

601

ˆ¨Š  Ø»

Æ©¢Š  Ø»)

(pl.: 

¢ü Èø«

ˆ¨Š×¢·Ê¤)

error, mistake

¢üøŠ¯

² ² ¿ 

ªŠ×¢·È¢

fg. surrounded,

Ruku'

¢÷¢ È¢

contrary

611 

¤Ȋï
ˆ¨Š Ç

encompassed (vn.: 

öŽ  ¾È¢ 

¾)

596

(sr.:

ˆòÈÂ

§ ² ½

©¢Š Ç)

(pl.:

æÐû
610

593

Ì¿È¢

605

(people)
590

Part: 1

assets

¦« ¦
¦

¨ïȱ

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah
621

pl. you turned away

622

few, very few

623

pl. amongst / of you

624

pl. you

625

ap. backsliders

626

houses
(sr.:

65 

ö¬ Mó «

640

does

Œòà ’è

¢†ô ôŠë

641

disgrace

ÆÃÄ » 

öŒðü ÷

642

life

¨· 

ö¬ûÈ¢

643

pv. they will be brought

ÈÀÓŽ à÷

628

pl. you witness

629

these (folk / people)

630

pl. you support

° Á ·

back
towards, to

Dʤ

645

most severe 

¾ËÈ¢ 

ö«Ì°’ëÈ¢

646

and no / nor

¢÷ÈÂ

ÈÀ̾ Ì«

647

of what

¢ øß

Ê –ŠóÉ£–ÿ

648

pv. will be lightened /

Æ°¦È®)

pl. you have ratified

ÈÀÌÂN®Â

644

Æ°¢Ê®

627

Part: 1 

ÈÀÌÂÂÿ ¢ŠÜ«

one another
631

sin

632

transgression, to exceed the 

æMè¼ 


decreased
649

ÈÀÌÂÂÐ 
ü

pv. they will be helped

Ruku'

10

v: 4

¸ï°

10 

ö’¯Ê¤

650

verily, assuredly, no doubt

ÆÀ¦È¾ß

651

we gave 

¾ŠìŠó
¢ü « ¦
¦

limits 

¢ü MèŠë

they come to you (pl.) 

öŒï «’¢

652

we followed up

633

son of Mary

captives

à °¢ÇÉ¢

653

634

pl. clear (signs)

pl. you ransom 

ÌÂÉ®¢Šè«

654

635

we supported / strengthened

pp. unlawful, forbidden

Æ¿ ¸÷

655

¢û¾ È¢

636

Messengers

so what

¢øŠç

656

’òÇÉ°

637
638

recompense, reward

639

whosoever, who

¦

Ä ® »

(sr.:

É ¡Ä³ 
ú÷

657

Ä » ¼ 

öÂ÷ú¥Ê¦
Ç©¢ü¥ 

¾ÇÉ° )

The Holy Spirit

²¾Œìó¦ɬÌÂÉ°

(i.e., the Angel Gabriel or Jibra'eel)

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah

ȻȢ

658

is then?

659

whenever

660

came

661

66

Part: 1
677

¢øMôŒï

663

» ° ¸ 

¦ŒçÂ ß ¢÷

recognised

¢øȒ Ž¥

È –³

678

evil is that which
they sold

Messenger

¾ÇÈ°

679

that

desired not

à  «¢Šó

680
681

they disbelieve, reject faith

682

to rebel / revolt, insolence

¢ä¥

683

they incurred / drew upon 

É –¥

¦

662

which they

pl. yourselves,

² » À 

öŒðȌèûÈ¢

¦Ì¬Ëʦ
ÌÀÈ¢
¦ÌÂŒè’ð

your hearts
664

pl. you became arrogant

665

a group, a party

666
667
668

669
670
671
672
673
674
675
676

¢†ìŽÂŠç

pl. you slay / kill

¾ © ¼

§ŒôŒë

hearts 

¤’ôŠë)

wrapping, covering 

úàŠó

cursed 

öÿ

them, they

¢ øŠó

when
ap. that which confirms

what was with them
they ask for 

æ’ôŒã
’ò¥

nay, but

victory 

ÈÀŒô¬’ì«
¦Œó¢Šë

they said

(sr.: 

ö«Â¦’ð¬Çʦ

¬ © »

Ƽ¾Ð÷ 
ö à÷¢ø ó 
ÈÀ¸¬ ’è¬È

themselves
684

ap. humiliating, disgraceful 

ú Ž ÷

685

besides, after

È ¡È°ÈÂ

686

why?

687

Prophets of Allah
(sr.: 

ö ó
þMôó¦È –Ž¦ûÈ¢ 

Ž¦û)
ˆò´ ß

688

calf

689

we raised

690

above, over

ȼŠç

691

name of a mountain

°Œ×

692

im. pl. hold

693

firmly, with strength

694

im. pl. and listen

695

we disobeyed / denied

¸ » ° 

¢üàŠçÈ°

¦ÌŒÀ»
¸ ¿ ²

Ǩ Œì¥Ž 
¦àø ǦÈÂ
¢ü Ðß

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah
696

pv. pl. they were

67
§ ° ³ 

¦¥ŽÂËÉ¢

filled of, (they were made to drink) 

Â÷’˜

697

gives command

° ¿ ¦

698

if it is 

ªû¢ŠïÌÀʤ

699

home of the Hereafter

700

with Allah

701

exclusively, specially

702

not for others of

ɨ » ¢’ó¦É°¦ ¾óȦ
þMôó¦¾ü ß
†¨Ð ó¢»

ʲ¢ üó¦ÊÀÌÂÉ®ú ÷
¦ üø«

703

im. pl. long for, wish for

704

always, ever, forever, eternal

706 

öŽ  ¾È¢

their hands
Aware, Knower

708

you will indeed find, 803

709

most greedy

710

life

711

they associated (partners

¦¾¥È¢ 
ª÷ ¾Šë

fg. sent before

707 

ö ôß

wishes, desires

713

each one / everyone of them

given life

717

year

¨üÇ

718.

not that / it

719

ap. one who can save, 

ÿ¢÷
ƬĎ ·Ä ÷

remover
720 

 Х

beholder, one who sees

Ruku'

11

v: 10

¸ï°

11

721.

enemy

K¾ß

722

leave, permission

ÆÀ̯ʤ

723.

glad tidings

724

the angel Gabriel

X

ŠòŽÂ¦Ž³

725

the angel Michael X

Ⱦ¢Šð ÷

726

ap. those who rebel

à ÂÌ¥
¦

ÈÀŒìÇ ¢Šç

against Allah's commands, 448
(sr.: 

ê Ç¢Šç) 
ŠÀ¦û

727

threw away, cast aside

¨·

728

pv. they were given

¦«ÌÂÉ¢

¦Œï ËÈ¢

729

behind

È ¡È°ÈÂ

730

backs

Ì° ŒÛ 

öÿ¾· È¢ 
Šó

if
pv. is allowed to live, 

æ’óÈ¢

ȴ·Ȣ

N®

712

715

one thousand

MÀ¾Ž´¬Šó

with Allah)

714

716

¦

mankind

705

Part: 1

° ¿ ¸ 

 øà 

(sr.:

¯ § À 

 ŠÛ)

731

as if they

732

they do not know

733

they followed, 851 

ö ûŠ˜Šï
ÈÀøôŠ ࢊó
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Surah-1: Al-Baqarah
734

that which

735

recited, read
(vn.:

68

Part: 1

¢÷

750

ni. pl. blaspheme not

¦Œô¬«

751

they learn, 182, 286

ƨÈ¢Šô «)

(vn.: 

Œè’𫢊ó
ÈÀøMôà ¬ 

öNôà«)

736

kingdom 

î’ô÷

752

dl. from those two

¢ø ü ÷

737

but 

ú ðó

753

they sow discord /

ÈÀŒëÂèŠ 

738

they teach, 182, 274, 751
(vn.: 

ö ôà«)

739

magic

740

two angels
(sr.:

ÈÀøOôà

cause separation (vn.:
by which 

¸ Ç

755

between, among

Žú ŠðŠô÷

756

the man

Ê Âø’ó¦

757

wife, (one of the two)

Æ«ÌÂȱ

ŠòŽ¥¢¥

758

they (were) not

È©ÂÉ°¢÷ÈÂÈ©ÌÂÉ°¢ÿ

759

ap. pl. those who harm / 

îŠô÷)

name of the city of Babylon

742

names of two
angels

none (This word has different

to anyone

745.

till, until

746. dl. they say

(vn.:
in fact

748

we

749

trial, test

¦ 

ú ¥ 

öÿ¢÷ 
úO°¢Ó

K°¢Ó)
¢÷

760

that which

¾·È¢ú ÷

761

harms

° ° µ 

¬·

762

fg. vb. profits

¸ » À

¢Šó Œì

763

they knew / learnt

764

verily who

¢ø ûʤ

765

bargained, bought, 348, 769 

ú¸û

766

nothing for him

ˆ¨ü¬ ç

767

portion, share

ƾŠë)

747

impair (sr.:

¢÷

meanings depending upon the
context for e.g., see 734)
744

þŽ¥

754

741

743 

êŽÂ’è«) 

ÂÔ 
ÞèŠ ü

¦øô ß 
úøŠó
à ¬Ëʦ
¦

þŠó¢÷



Ƽ¢Šô»

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah

69

Part: 1

768

surely it is evil 

ƒ Ž¦Šó

783

do (you) not

769

they sold, 348, 765

¦ÌÂÂË

784

you know

770

that they 

ö ûÈ¢

785

besides Allah

þMôó¦ÊÀÌÂÉ®

771

recompense, reward

ˆ¨¥ Œ°÷

786.

patron, friend 

óÈÂ

772

better

Ruku'
773

12 

»
v: 7

¸ï°

12

¢ü ߦȰ

attend to us , listen to us
(These two Arabic words 

¢ü ߦȰ

¢ûŒÜûɦ have similar meanings.

775 

ÂÐûÂÐüÂÐû)

intend?

791

pv. was questioned

òŠ   Ç

792

exchanges

793

plain road, even way

794

desired, wished, longed, 712 

ά¼

795

many

¢ûŒÜûɦ
® ® Â 

N®¢÷

776

chooses

777

whom (He) wills

É –Ì ú÷

796

that, if

778

of bounty / grace

ŽòԊèó¦Âɯ

797

became manifest,

779

great, infinite, 398
we abrogate

781

or

782

we bring

¦Œô ŠÈ«
¢øŠï

wish

780

ÈÀ̾Ž «Ì¿È¢

pl. do you desire? /

as

im. look upon us

´ ´ ­ 

 Ðû

790

¢ûŒÜûɦ )

doesn't like/ love /, 794

° ´ À

pl. you question

herdsman. Therefore, Muslims
were forbidden to use this word and

774

788

 ¢ óÌÂÈ¢)

helper
( 

öŠôà«

789

¢ü ߦȰ which means our

advised to use

787

But

the Jews, by twisting their tongues,
used to say,

(pl.: 

öŠóÈ¢ 

ö Üß
­ ² À 

ºÈüû

¾ ® § 

ɾ ¾¦¬

òŽ¦ Èó¦È ¡Ç
M®È 
 °Šï 
Šó
À Ä § 

ú ¦«

evident, 519
798

to forgive / pardon /

 » ¸ 

’èß

excuse

ÌÂÈ¢

799

to look over, to pass over

Ê©’˜û

800

brings about, sends 

¶’èÏ 
«˜

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah
801

70 

Â÷È¢

command, order
(pl.:

 ÷¦ÈÂÈ¢ž°÷É¢)

1st Part

3/4

C¦  

ij

Part: 1
815

the Jews said

816

fg. not 

ªÈ Šó 
ÆŠó)

(mg.: 

É® ’ó¦ ªŠó¢Šë

¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯ ¯ 

î ó ÀŠï
¦

817

likewise

818

greater wrong-doer,

802

pl. you send forth

¦÷¾ìŠ «

803

pl. you will find, 708

¦Ì¾´
Ž «

804

with 

¾ü ß

819

forbade, prevented

805

these (actual meaning is "that") 

î’ô «

820

mosques

806

their desires 

ö Žû¢÷È¢

807

im. pl. bring

¦«¢ÿ

821.

pv. being mentioned 

ÂïŠ ’À

808

proof, evidence

ÆÀ¢ÿÂ¥

822

strived 

àÇ

(pl.:

ú ÿ¦Â¥)

809

nay, why not

810

surrendered, submitted

811

his face, himself
(pl.:

812

813

grief, sadness, sorrow,

(sr.:

13

v: 9

13 

¾Ž³¢È÷ 

¾Ž´È÷)

̧¦Â»

824

vn. to enter 

öŠôÇÈ¢

825

ap. those who fear 

þ ³ÈÂ

826

vn. disgrace

827

whithersoever, wherever

¢øüÈ¢

828

pl. you turn

¦Nó «

829

there

830

face of Allah

831

son 

úÊȸ÷ 
³Ȣ
ÆÀÄ·

(pl.:

gloom, 329, 496
Ruku' 

Þü÷ 

ô¥

wage, 494
814

more unjust, 412

ruin 

ú ŽüÊȸ÷ÈÀüÊȸ÷)

reward, remuneration, 

öôŠ ’ÛÈ¢

823

ÆÁ³ÉÂ)

one who does good, 444
(pl.:

¿ ¾ ²

¿ ¾ ·

¸ï°

832

ˆò»È®
» Â ­ 

ú è Ÿ–»
ÆÄÄ »

öŠ¯
þMôó¦þ³ÈÂ
¦¾ŠóÈÂ
Æ®¢ŠóÌÂÈ¢)

be He Glorified, 

þû¢¸¦Ç

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah

71
849

with you 

îüß

850

unless 

¬· 

Þ ¾¥

851

you follow, 733 

ގ¦ ¬«

¦È¯Ê¤

852

their form of religion 

Ԋë

853

desires

Glory be to Him
833 

ªŽû¢Šë

ap. one who renders worship

to Allah (pl.: 

ú ¬Žû¢ŠëÈÀ¬ûŽ¢Šë)

834

The Originator, Innovator

835

when

836

decreed
(judge:

Part: 1

Š¨Mô ÷
Æ ¡ÿÈ¢

à ÿ)
¦ 

Ó¢Šë)

(sr.:

matter 

Â÷È¢

854

came unto thee

837 

îÈ –³

im. be 

úŒï

855

you have no

838 

îŠó¢÷

839
840

ÉÀŒð

it becomes

¢ŠóŠó

why (does) not

841

similar, alike, resembling

842

we have made clear

843

¢ ü ¥

ap. one who gives good tidings

(vn.:
844 

ª ¥¢Ì«
 ̥

ƨȰ¢Ì¥) 
 Àû

ap. warner

845

pv. you will not be asked

846

inmates of the

Œò ŠÈ«¢Šó

Žö ¸´’ó¦ɧ¢¸ÏÈ¢

Ruku'

14

v: 9

14

856

compensation, 384

ƾ¾ß

857

tried, 396 

ô¬¥Ê¦

Æ ¢Šô ¬¥Ê¦)

(vn.:

ö«È¢

858

fulfilled

859

ap. maker, 179, 168, 267

860

leader, Imam

¢÷¢÷ʤ

861

offspring, progeny

ˆ¨ O°É¯

(pl.:

never

848

will be pleased / satisfied
(ap.: 

ӦȰ)

ˆò ߢ³

Æ©¢ O°É¯) 
ɾ¢ü¢Šó

862

shall not reach 

úŠó

863

covenant, promise, 241, 338 

Ó«

864

we made

¢ü’ôà³

865

the house (at Makkah) 

ª ¦’ó¦

866

a place of resort / assembly

¾ Ä À

Hell
847

¸ï° 

¾ ß

†¨¥¢Š°÷

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah
867

im. pl. take, adopt

868

place where

72

¦ÌŒÀ¼
«Ê¦ 
ö ÿ¦Â¥Ê¤É¿¢Šì÷

Prophet Ibrahim X stood
869
870
871 

ôÐ÷

place of worship (prayer)

¦Â Š×

im. dl. purify, clean
ap. those who

» Â ¶ 

ú è Ÿ–Š× 
ú è ï¢ß

ap. those who stay

(at mosques for worship)
873

those who

Ê®´ Èó¦ŽÞMï Âó¦

bow down and prostrate
874

peace, security

875

im. provide

876

people of

877

I will grant

886

im. raise up, 422, 1202

887

wisdom

888

purifies, makes them
15

v: 8 

úߤ ãÈ°

889a

turned towards

Dʤ¤ ãÈ°

890

be fooled
(stupids: 

þ èÇ
 ¢ èŠ Ç)

892

im. surrender, submit 

Þ¬÷ É¢

893

enjoined

894

sons

895

O my sons 

ފçÈ°

896

when (it) came

ƨ¾ ߢŠë) ¾ ߦŠë

897

God

’ò ¦Šì«

898

fathers (sr.:

ˆ¨ ÷É¢

899

fg. passed away

900

of what

901

im. pl. be, become 

ŠØÓÈ¢

coerce
879

raised

880

foundations (sr.:

881

im. accept, 380

882

group of people, (community) 

ö÷É¢)

883

im. show us

884

ways of worship, rites

¢ûÊ°È¢ 
î Ç¢ü÷

¸ï°

15

turned away

ŒòÿÈ¢

° ° µ 

OïÄ

889

we chose 

Ä ½ ±

grow

891

¸ © ¿

’®à¥Ê¦
Œ¨ø ’ð¸
’ó¦ 

̼ɱ̰ɦ

I shall compel /

(pl.:

accept (our repentence), 320, 321,

¦

¼ ± ° 

¤«

im. relent, turn (in mercy),

416

¢ü ÷ ¦

(them their) pleasure
878

885

Ruku'

go round (the Ka'ba)
872

Part: 1

¢ü ŠèŠØÏʦ
¿ ¾ ² 

ö ôÇÈ¢ 
ÏÈÂ 
Žü¥ 
Žü¥¢ 

ÂÔ·̯ʤ 
þóʤ
ƧȢ)

È –¥ ¦
¦ 

ªŠô»
¢ øß
¦û Œï

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah
902

73

¦Ì¾¬ «

pl. you will be

rightly guided
903

É ¢Šèü·)

(pl.:
904

¢†è Žü·

the upright

tribes, descendants

¶¢¦NJ˜’ó¦

(of Prophet Yakub X )
905
906

pv. was / were given

Prophets
(sr.:

907 

«ÌÂÉ¢
ÈÀ Ž¦û 

Ž¦û)

made distinction / separated, 753

ȼ Šç 

êŽÂ’è«)

(vn.:

Part: 1

Ƚ

915

you, your

916

Allah will suffice 

þMôó¦ö Šð è’ð

you in defense against them

ˆ¨ä¦ Ï

917

color, dye

918

who

919

better

920

ap. worshippers

(sr.:
921 

ú÷ 
úȷȦ
ÈÀ̾¥Ž¢ß 

¾Ž¥¢ß)
þMôó¦ ç

concerning Allah,
regarding Allah

922

ap. sincere (worshippers)

ÈÀÐô ¼÷

908

between 

ú ¥

923

know better 

öôŠ ßȦ

909

anyone

¾·È¦

924

concealed 

ö¬Šï

910

they turned away

¦Mó «

925

testimony

ƨȮ¢ Ë

911

schism, split, dissension, 1052

912

so, then

È»

913

shortly, in near future

Ȳ

914

suffices
(vn.:

ˆ¨¢Šè ï)

Ƽ¢Šì Ë 

è’ð

Ruku'

16

v: 12

16

¸ï°

Surah-1: Al-Baqarah

74

Part: 1

Masha-Allah you have completed almost 1/6th of this dictionary,
even though you have completed only one Part. In fact you have
covered perhaps more than 25% or 1/4th of the words of this
dictionary since many of them are repeated. So, keep on going and
there is no other book on the face of this earth which deserves more
attention th
Prophet Muhammad

U 

Uʅ¦ɾÇÈ°Ⱦ¢ŠëȾ¢ŠëWÈÀ¢Mèߎú¥ÊÀ¢ø°’ßúß 

þøMôßÈÂÈÀ¡Œì’ó¦öMôà«ú÷öŒï»
ÄÊ°¢¼¦ó’¦ÉÁ¦ÈÂÈ°
relates that the messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said:

(Bukhari) 

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah

^ Part :2

75

¾É ìŒ Ç  Ä³`

926

now, near, in near future

927

what has turned them, 948

928

place towards

²
È

Part: 2
your face

945

now, we shall turn you 

ö óÂÈ ¢÷

946

so

¨Š ôŠ ¦ë

947

verily

948

we will cause you to turn ľÂ

949

surely, verily

MÀ¢È

î 
ó ÀŠï

950

im. turn, 967

O¾ÂÈ

¢ü’ôà ³ ¢÷

951

towards 

ú ø÷

952

the sacred mosque

¢†ØÇ ÂM †¨ ÷¢É

a group of people
justly balanced
thus

931

we did not appoint / made

932

who

¾È 

ú÷ and ú÷ )

(the mosque containing Ka'bah),
inviolable place of worship
wherever, wheresoever

heel 

¤ì ß

954

pv. were given the

dl. his two heels

þ ¦ì ß

934
935

Ƨ¢Šôì û¦Ê)

¿Ê ¦¸ 
’ó¦ ¾´
Ž Èø ’ó¦

953

turns away (vn.: 

ªû¢ŠïÌÀ¤Ê

936

though it was

937

verily

938

momentous, grievous, 367

939

lets (it) go waste

940

full of kindness

941

assuredly

942

we see
turning 

Oó û

 ’ØË 

¤ô ìŠ ü

933

943

»
È

¦

930

(combination of

î 
üOó üôŠ çŠ

(see the breakup of this word below)

which one faces while praying
929

î 
 ³ÂÈ

944

¢Èº÷

955. not

(The meaning of this word depends
upon the context. It is used as (i) an
interrogative pronoun: what, why;
(ii) a relative pronoun: that, which,
whatever, all that; (iii) negation: not;
and (iv) conjunction: as long as,
whenever, as far as, etc.).

ƨ ¦ŽïŠ

¸Äµ Þ Ô
 

ú  óŠ

Æ»Ì壃 °È

956

even if 

¾ëŠ

957

you brought

¦

958

they recognize

§¾¼ ¤ôN ìŠ «

§
È ¢¬ð ’󦦫̢É

Book (scripture)

¾È

à Âû

®
Œ ·

(vn.:
959

sons

ª 
«¢È
ÀÈ ŒçŽ à

ˆ¨çŠ Ž à÷ )
 É –ü¥¢È

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah

961

ap. doubters,

ö ¬ïŠ

977

remembrance, 1246 

’ï¯Ê

ú Ž ¬ø÷

978

thanksgiving, gratitude 

’ðË

(those who) waver
17

ƨÂÈ ¢Šô« )

(vn.:

concealed, 291, 354, 547

Ruku'

Part: 2 

ú¥¦Ê)

(sr.:
960

76

v: 6

Ruku'
1

18

v: 5

¸ï°

2

¸ï°
979

with

Þ ÷

962

direction, goal

ˆ¨ ³ÂÊ

980

way / path of Allah

963

ap. one who turns 

Oó ÷

981

pl. dead

964

im. pl. compete,

¦Œì¦Ž¬ǦÊ

(sr.:

þMôó¦Žò ¦ŽÇ
©¦÷¢È 

ª÷ )

vie with one another

Ì©¦Â»

982

Æ –·¢È

pl. living, alive

965

good deeds, works

966

wheresoever, wherever

we shall try / test

im. turn

O¾ÂÈ

983

967

hunger

so that (it may) not

¢Mô Šó

984

968

Ƹ³

985

loss 

Βìû

ˆ¨ ´·

986

pl. wealth, worldly goods

987

fruits, crops

(

(sr.:

¢øü¢È

¢ŠóÌÀ¢Èʾ )

969

argument

970

I (may) complete

ö« ¢É

971

may, might

Mòà óŠ

972

pl. you are / will be rightly

(sr.: 

· )

fg. struck, befall

989

misfortune, calamity

¢øŠï

990

blessings

991

names of two

guided
973

even as, similarly

974

we (have) sent

¢ü’ôÇ Ì°¢È

975

among you (pl.) 

öðŒ  ç

976

recites

¦ôŒ ¬

ƾ¦÷¢È
Æ©¦Âø ¯Š

ƨ ø ¯Š)

988

ÀÈ Ì¾¬ «

¦Œô¦û 

ª¥¢Ï¢È
ˆ¨¦Ð

Æ©¦ôŠ Ï 

¨ÈÂÂ÷ È¢ŠèÏ 

mountains in Makkah near Ka'bah
992

symbols, signs 

Ÿ –àË

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah

77

Æ°¢àË )

(sr.:

1010

993

performed Hajj (the pilgrimage)

994

performed Umrah (visited

²·

 ø ¬ߦÊ

Makkah to perform the pilgrimage
in a period other than that of Hajj)
995

sin, wrong

Ƭ¢ü³

996

did (more) good

¸
È ؊ «

on his own accord
997

Part: 2

responsive to gratitude, 

Âï ¢Ë

(pl.:
1011

aware, all-knowing

999

pl. combined, all

1000

lightened

1001

pv. they will be

K§¦ÈÂ®È ) 
æŽ Ы

vn. veering,

to control the movement of
1012

¬
É ¢°Ê

winds
(sr.: 

¶°Ê )
̧¢¸Ç

1013

clouds

1014

pp. that which is made

bountiful in rewarding
998

ˆ¨ ¥¡È®

moving creatures, beasts 

 ¼È 
÷

subservient 

ö ô ß

1015

between

ú à ø ³¢È

1016

besides Allah

æ 
Mè»

1017

pl. compeers, equals

°·À À
È ÌÂÂ܊ ü

1018

love 

¤·

1019

stronger, stauncher, 563, 645

¾Ë ¢È

1020

disowned, cleared

ú ¥
þ Môó¦ÊÀÌ®É
¦Å®¦¾û¢È

reprieved / granted respite
Ruku'

19

v: 11

3

1002

vn. creation, to create

1003

vn. difference, alternation

1004

night

(pl.: 

ó ¢óŠ)

¸ï° 

ê’ô»
Ì»¢Šô¬ »¦Ê
òŠ  óŠ

1005

day

Æ°¢ û

1006

ship 

î’ôçŒ

1007

fg. runs, sails

ÌÄŽ ´«

1008

sea 

¸¥

1009

spread, dispersed, scattered

M®¥

 °§ È¢ ¦«

oneself, exonerated

¦঎ «¦

1021

those who were followed

1022

they followed

1023

cut off, cut asunder

1024

aims, ties, relations, means

1025

if it were for us,

¸§© ¦à¦ «¦
¸¶¼ ÞMØìŠ «

̧¢¦Ç¢È

¢üóŠMÀ¢ÈóŠ

would that be for us
1026

(second / more) chance

1027

pl. intense regrets

¨Å ÂïŠ
Ì©¦ÂÈ 
·

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah

78

1028

ap. those who come out

1029

fire, hell fire

Ruku'
1030

20

v: 4

ú ³Ž °Ê ¢»

1048

ap. transgressing

°¢û

1049

sin, guilt (pl.:

1050

bellies (sr.:

1051

Then, how constant

¸ï°

4

¢¦׊

wholesome, good

ƨ’Ø» )

Ì©¦، »

1031

footsteps (sr.:

1032

evil

1033

pl. indecent, shameful

1034

we found

¢ü èŠ ’ó¢È

1035

what even though 

óŠÂÈ ¢È

1036

to shout 

êàû

1037

to call

1038
1039

Part: 2

1052

schism

Ì –̸çŠ

1053

far

(to) him only / alone

¿¢Š¯¡) 
ú’Ø¥)

Ruku'

21

v: 9

2nd Part

1/4

Æ ¡¾ûŽ

1055

righteousness, piety

ÁÉ ¢ ¤Ê

1056

towards
gave (vn.:

kinsfolk, kindred

1040

forbade, made unlawful

¿È ·

carrion, dead

ˆ¨¬÷

1058

1041
1042

blood

1043

meat, flesh 

ö¸óŠ

1060

needy, poor, 615

1044

swine, pig 

ÂĎ ü»

1045

on which a name is invoked,

1047

ap. disobedient

¹
Ç ¢¥ 

« ¦
¦

9ÂìŒ ’ó¦ÃʯÈ

relations, those who are near, 613
orphans, 614 (sr.:

by necessity 

Â¥Ž

Æ ¢¬¤Ê)

1059

Â، Ó¦É

¾É ìŒ Ç  Ä³Þ¥°

òŠ ¦ë

Æ¿®È

pv. is driven / forced

¸ï°

5

Æ 
 óŠ

(it is) not

1057

1046 

öÿ ¦Ï¢È¢øçŠ 
¾ à ¥

1054

consecrated

ÆÀ، ¥
Ƽ¢ŠìË

Æ –ß®É

Mòÿ ¢É 

ö’¯¤Ê

are they? / How daring are they?

Æ Ç

to cry

®Ç ¢ß

(sr.: 

ö ¬ ) 

÷¢¬
ú ï ¢È÷ 

úð È÷ )
òŽ  ¦Ž Èó¦ú¥¦Ê

1061

wayfarers

1062

ap. those who ask, beggars

1063

slaves, (necks of slaves),
those in bondage

ú ô Ÿ –Ç
̧¢Šë°Ê

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah
(sr. neck
1064

79

ˆ¨¦ëŠ °È )

Part: 2
1082

ÀÈ çŒ ÷

ap. those who

act of making light
1083

keep/fulfil (promise)

vn. alleviation, concession,

suffering, tribulation

Æ –ǒ˜¥

life

adversity, hardship

 É ¡ ÂÓ 

1084

1066

those (men) of

time of stress / panic

²
Ê ’˜¦’ó¦ú·

1085

1067
1068

pl. sincere / true

1069

pl. God-conscious,

exceeded the limit

¼®´ ¦Œë¾ 
Ï 

(sr.: mind, intellect

retaliation, 

¤óŒ)
Â Ô 
·

approached

1087

left (behind)

1088

wealth, goods, 1216, 1233

1089

to make bequest, will

1090

heard, listened

1091

sin, guilt

¸ 
’ó¦

1092

feared, apprehended

»
È ¢»
´
Ç ÷

ordained, 594
1071

§
Ê ¢¦’󘊒ó¦ óÂÉ¢

1086

¤ 
 Ε

pv. is prescribed,

ƨ ·

understanding or insight

God-fearing
1070

¦

à ¾¬ߦÊ

transgressed,

1065

ÀÈ ìŒ ¬÷

Æ´¢Ðë

½°© Ƚ 
«

just retribution, law of equality
1072

murdered, slain, 484, 544, 666
(sr.: 

ô¬ëŠ

ˆò ¬ ëŠ )

¸¿² Þø
Ç 

ö’¯¤Ê

the free man
slave 

¾¦ß

1093

ap. testator

1074

female 

°û¢É

1094

unjust, mistake, partiality

1075
1076

pv. is forgiven / pardoned

1078
1079
1080
1081

his brother
vn. to follow, to adhere

according to usage, fair
payment, compensations
kindness, goodly manner 

è ß
þ » ¢È
Ƹ¢¦«¦Ê
Æ»ÌÂÂà÷
Æ ¡È®¢È
ÆÀ¢È·¤Ê

Ruku'

22 

»
ˆ¨ Ï
ÂÈ

1073

1077 

æ 輫

v: 6

6

Æ¿Ï 
)

1095

fasts (sr.:

1096

as

1097

days (sr.:

1098

of a certain number

1099

count, prescribed number

¢†èü³
¸ï°

¿¢ Ï
¢øïŠ

Æ¿)

Ì¿¢ ¢È
ƨ®È ¾à÷
ƨ ¾ß

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah
1100

80

¦ÌÂÂ¦ðŠ «

pl. you magnify / glorify

/ extol
1101

(vn.:
1102

¾È ˜ŠÇ

asked, questioned

ƾ¦šÇ) 
üß

concerning me, about me
(

Äúß )
¤ 
³Ž ¢É

Part: 2

®
Š çŠ °È

1112

to go to wife, to cohabit

1113

pl. your wives / women

1114

fg. they

1115

raiment, garment

Ʋ¢¦ó

1116

that you (pl.) 

öðŒ û¢È

1117

pl. you deceive / 

öðŒ  É –ÈûŽ
úÿ

À­ ÈÀû¢¬¼«

1103

I answer / respond

1104

prayer, call, 518

ƨß®È

1118

relieved, forgave, pardoned

¢Šèß

1105

suppliant, caller

¸
Ç ¦È®

1119

now

ú  ’ó¢È

1120

hold intercourse, have

(
1106

ƨß®È ß ¾¢ß®È )
ÀÊ ¢ß®È

calls unto me
(In fact the word is 

ûŽ¢ß®È

Ä of the end.

In

Qur'an, you will find many words
ending with
for
1107

ÀÊ , where ÀÊ

so let them

§Â« ¦¦´
Ž ¬È’ôçŠ

hear my call / respond to my call 

ó

1108

for me, me

1109

led right way

1110

pv. is made lawful / permitted

1111

night of the
fasting days

ƨÂ Ë ¢¦÷ )

(vn.:
1121

im. pl. seek

¦ä¬¥¦Ê

1122

thread

ˆÖ»

1123

white 

Ò¥¢È

1124

black

̮ǢÈ

1125

pl. you present / inform ľ®

stands 

ûŽ , i.e. unto me, mine, my). 

¾Ë°È 

¦óŒ¾«
/ notify / convey / (to hang down) 

Ruku'

23

v: 6

7

new moons

1127.

marks, signs to mark
fixed periods of time (sr.:

1128.

houses (sr.:

¸ï°

¨Môÿ ¢È

1126

Mò· ¢É

¿Ê ¢Ð󦊨ôŠ óŠ

¦ÌÂÂË ¢¥

sexual intercourse

but

short-form is used here by
removing

defraud 

ª ¥)

ªë ¦÷
Æ©¢Šì÷ )
Ì©¥

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah
1129.

81

Ƨ¢¥) §¦¥¢È

1147

¦Œô« ¢Šë

1148

æ 
ì ¯Š

1149

three

¨Š ¯Š¢Šô¯Š

»¼ª ¦ø¬’èì ¯Š

1150

seven

ˆ¨à ¦Ç

1151

ten

1152

pl. you returned

ÆÀ¦È¾ß

1153

family, relatives, people of

¿É ¦¸ 
’ó¦Â Ìó¦

1154

those present, inhabitant

doors, gates (sr.:

1130. im. pl. fight
1131.

found

1132. pl. you

found,

you came upon
1133.

¦ ¬û¦Ê

they desist / cease
(vn.:

Æ ¢ ¬ û¦Ê)

1134.

hostility

1135.

the forbidden

Part: 2

1136.

forbidden (things)

1137.

ruin, destruction

1138. pv. you

Ì©¢÷ ·
°´¬ ö«ÂÐ
ᢃ

besieged / held back
1139.

obtained with ease

1140.

gift, offering

1141.

ni. pl. shave not

1142

heads
(sr.:

ƨÂ Ì 
ß

Â È 
¬ǦÊ

¸«° ö¬à³ 
°È

here, the last
1155

Ã
É ¾ ’ó¦

24

v: 8

is dropped.)

̧¢Šìà 󦾾 Ë
¸ï°

8

 ˢÈ

months
(sr.: 

Â Ë )

¼¾¬ ¦Œìô ¸«¢Šó

1157

pl. well known

²
É Ì壃 °É

1158

enjoined, undertakes

1159

pl. wickedness, abuses

Ʋ̢°È )
¹¾§ ŠâŒô¦

ÌÄŽ Ó
¢·

»¢Ô÷

severe in punishment

Ruku'
1156 

À

Ì©¢÷Œôà÷
µ
È Â çŠ

reaches

1144

its destination 

þMô¸
÷

1160

angry conversation, quarrel

1145

ailment, hurt

Ãů¢È

1161

im. pl. make

1146

act of worship, sacrifice,
offering

î

Èû

ƼÈ 
çŒ 

êÈç )

1143

(sr.:

òŒ ÿ¢È

ú Ž Ó
¢· but

because it is used as

¨ŠðôŒ  «

are

¸©¿ Þ ¬ø 
«

(Actually it was

month, the sacred month 

ö¬ü÷ ¢È

pl. you are in security

provision

ƾ¦¾³Ž

®Â± ¦Ì®
É MÂÄ «

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah

82

®Ê ¦ Äó¦Â»

1162

best of provisions

1163

piety, God-consciousness

¦

à ’ì ¬ó¦

to ward off evil
1164
1165

µ
È ¢Šç¢È

return
name of the ground where

Ì©¢Šç ß

Hajis assemble on the 9th day of
the Hajj month. It is a few miles
away from Makkah.
1166.

Sacred monument,

pl. you completed

1168

rites
(sr.:

¿Ê ¦¸ 
’ó¦ŽÂà Ìø ’ó¦

im. guard, save

(

guard us, save us

1172

portion, share

1173

swift, quick

2nd Part

1/2

1178

vn. conversation, talk, saying

(pl.:
1179

§«¸ ¤´
Ž ß

ƾëŠ

ƾ¦’ë¢È)

most rigid of

¿Ê ¢м
’ó¦ ¾óŠ¢È

1180

took charge, prevailed, 

ó «

turned away
1181

made effort
(vn.: 

àÇ 

àÇ )
ƪ·

1183

progeny, cattle

òŒ È üó¦

¢ü« ¦

1184

pride

¼
Ê

1185

enough

1186

resting place, bed

¢üë

1187

sells 

¤ Ð
û

1188

seeking 

ÞŽ Ç

1189

pleasure (of Allah)

1190

entered, came in

1191

submission, i.e., Islam

ˆ¨¢ŠëÂÊ  ìëÈÂ)

1171

pleased, dazzled

crops, tillage, tilth

¦

1170

1177

1182 

îÊÈü÷ )

im. give us

delayed, stayed on 

ö¬ Ô 
ëŠ 
îÇ ¢ü÷

1169

 »˜Š«

1176

opponents, most contentious

i.e., Muzdalifah, where Hajis stay
for a night while returning from
Arafat
1167

Part: 2

¾É ìŒ Ç  Ä³æÐû

ƨ Äß 
¤È·
Æ®¢ ÷
ÌÃŽ ¬Ì
 È –ä¬ ¥¦Ê
©¢ÓÂ÷
òŠ » ®È
ö ’ôÈó¦
ˆ¨M疊ï

fully, completely

hastened

òŠ ´à «

1192

1174

to slide back

two days

úŽ ÷ 

1193

òŠó±È

1175

1194

shadows

ˆòôŠ ی

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah
1195

clouds

1196

the case is already

83

Æ¿¢øãŠ

1212

near kindred, relatives, 1058

 ÷˜Š’ó¦Ô
Α

1213

warfare, fighting

ƾ¢¬ë

1214

hateful dislike

ÆÁÂïŒ

judged, decreed
Ruku'

25

v: 14

Part: 2

¸ï°

9

1197

im. ask

’òÇ

1215

(it) may happen, may be

1198

many a, how many 

öïŠ

1216

good, 1088, 1233

1199

pv. beautified,

Àı ú±
É

1217

bad

fair-seeming
1200

Ruku'

made a jest, scoffed, °­² 

Èß 
» 
ÂË

26

v: 6

¸ï°

10 

¼ 
Ç
1218

to prevent, to hinder 

¾Ï 

ƨ¾ · ¦ÈÂ

1219

greater 

¦’ï¢È

®
Š à ¥

1220

they will not cease

mocked, ridiculed
1201

one, single

1202

sent, raised, 422, 886

1203

pl. you thought

§²¬ ö¬¦ÊÈ· 

1221

they turn (you) back ®®°

1204

judges, decides

¿½¬ öð
Œ ¸

1222

they could

(vn.: 

ö’ð· )

(vn.:

1205

not as yet

¢ øóŠ

1206

the like of

Œò°Š÷

1207

befell, touched

Æ÷

1208

they were shaken
(vn.:
when

1210

Allah's help

1211

what

1223

ÀÈ óŒ¦Ä¢Šó

1224 

¦ÌÂN®Â 

¦ß ¢ŠØ¬ǦÊ

ˆ¨ß ¢ŠØ¬ ǦÊ)
Ì®¾ «Â

turns back
(vn to forsake the religion

¦ŒóĎ ’ó±É

came to nothing,

Æ®¦¾« Ì°¦Ê)
Ö
Š ¦Ž·

became waste
1225

ˆ¨óŠÄ ’ó±È )

1209

ú ¥ŽÂ ’ë¢È

they emigrated /

°«Á ¦Ì³ 
¢ÿ

suffered exile

U÷

1226

þ Môó¦ÂÐû
¦È¯¢÷

they strove /

®Á« ¦Ì¾ÿ 
¢³

struggled
1227

they have hope,
they are hopeful

«° ÈÀ³ 
Â

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah

84 

Âø»

1245

forgiveness 

ÂÊÈ ÷

1246

they may remember /

1228

wine, intoxicant

1229

games of chance, gambling

1230

superfluous, surplus 

’èß

pl. you may reflect /

ÀÈ ÌÂÂMðèŠ ¬«

1231

to put things right, 1236

1233

good, best, 1088, 1216

1234

pl. you mingle / mix

1235

ap. one who spoils,

1238

im. pl. so keep

¾±¸ ¦ŒóÄ
Ž ¬ߢŠç

Æ –ÈûŽ

1250

women

1251

they have cleansed / °Á¶ 

ÈÀÂ ’Ø

purified
1252

ap. those who turn in

ú ¥Ž¦ «

repentance constantly
1253

¦¸ð ü«¢Šó

ap. those who have

ú Ž  ؊ ¬÷

care for cleanliness

ƪ·

1254

tilth

1255

as (when) you (pl.) will

1256

they sent before

¦÷¾ëŠ

ˆ¨÷ ¢È

1257

those who are to meet

¦ëŒ ¢Šô÷

§«¸ ¤´ 
ߢÈ

1258

ni. pl. make not

¬½À ¦¸ð
ü«¢Šó

1259

hindrance

1260

oaths

marry not, 1242
1239

Ãů¢È

away

ª 
üߢÈ

ni. pl. wed / 

Ò¸
÷

1249

put in difficulty

¸ï°

11 

» 

¶ô Ð÷

overburdened /

v: 5

illness, ailment, 1145

¦ŒØó ¢¼«

ap. one who puts the

27

1248

things right, reformer, 1232
1237

Ruku'

Ƭ¢ŠôÏ¤Ê 

¾ÊȒè÷

ÀÈ ÌÂÂMïÀŠ ¬

recall, 977

menstruation

foul-dealer
1236

ƨÂ è ä÷

1247

ponder
1232

Part: 2

fg. idolatresses, those

©
Ç ¢ŠïŽ Ì÷ 

ö¬’ Ë û¢È

(females) who ascribe partners
with Allah (sr.:

ˆ¨ïŠ Ž Ì÷)

1240

bond-woman, slave-girl

1241

pleased

1242

ni. pl. do not

give in marriage, 1238
1243

slave

1244

they invite / call 

¾¦ß
ÀÈ ß ¾

(sr.:
1261

¦Œôà ´«¢Šó
ˆ¨Ó 
Âß
ÆÀ¢ø¢È 

úø )

pl. your being righteous, your

¦Ì ¦«

giving good treatment to others

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah
1262

unintentional

1263

clement, forbearing

1264

they swear
(vn.:

85 

äóŠ 
ö ô ·
ÀÈ óŒš

Æ ¢Šô¤Ê) 
Î ¥Â «

1265

to wait

1266

four months

1267

they go back / return

1268

they decided /

ˆò³ °È )

(sr.:
Ruku'

28

v: 7

12

divorce

Ƽ¢Šô׊

1279

twice

ÀÊ ¢« Â÷

1280

vn. retention,

ƽ¢È÷¤Ê

retaining, 1294

Æ»ÌÂÂà÷ 

 É –Šç

1281

honorably

¿±¸ ¦÷Ä 
ß

1282

vn. to release 

¶Ž È«

1283

vn. kindness

ÆÀ¢È·¤Ê

1284

is not lawful

òN ¸
¢Šó

1285

that

pp. pl. women who

Ì©¢ŠìMô؊ ÷

are divorced, divorcees
1270
1271

1272

monthly menstruation periods

1275

took back,
enforced a legal claim

1277

in that (case)
men

dl. they keep / abide

¢ø ì 

1287

ˆ¨÷ ¢Šë¤Ê)

limits imposed by

þ Môó¦ɮ̾ ·

Allah
1288

blame, sin

Ƭ¢ü³

1289

trespasses

¾à ¬

ê· ¢È

1290

other than him

ÁÉ Â ãŠ

M®°È

1291

dl. they return to each

î 
ó ¯ ç

1292

fg. they reached

ú äôŠ ¥

¾¢³°Ê

1293

term, appointed time

ˆò³ ¢È

ƾà ¥

òà¥)

more entitled

1276

1286 

ö· °È )

1274

¢ŠóÌÀ¢È ) ¢Mó¢È

(vn.:

Æ¿¢·Ì°¢È

husbands
(sr.:

Æ Ì ëŒ

(

(they do / can ) not

Æ Â ëŒ )

wombs
(sr.:

1273

¨Š ¯Š¢Šô¯Š

three

(sr.:

¸ï°

1278

‰  ˢȌ¨à ¥Ì°¢È

resolved
1269

Part: 3

¦

¢à³ ¦¬

other, they come together again

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah

86

¦ðŒ ÊÈ÷¢È

1294

im. pl. retain, 1280

1295

im. pl. release, let go, 1282

1296

hurt

1297

exhorts, admonishes

Ruku'

2nd Part
1298

v: 3

¸ï°

13

3/4 ¾É ìŒ Ç  Ä³¸¢¥°¦¨¯
¯

ni. pl. place not ¾µ¸ 

¦ŒôÔà«¢Šó

difficulties, prevent not from
1299
1300 

ï̱¢È

more virtuous

  ’×¢È

cleaner

1301

mothers

1302

they suckle, give

©
Ê ¦¾ó ¦ÈÂ
¸µ° úàÓ
 

æMôðŠ «¢Šó

pv. not be charged /

burdened
1311

¢ à ÇÂÉ

her capacity
(

·¸ ŒÚà 

ˆÚßÂÈ )
29

1310

¦·ÂÇ
Æ°¦ÂÓ

(vn.:

Part: 2 

ƒèû or soul is feminine

in Arabic)

N°¢Ô«¢Šó

1312

pv. made not to suffer

1313

mother

1314

child

1315

like of that, likewise

1316

to wean (from suckling)

1317

consultation

1318

pl. you gave out to nurse,

ƨ¾ ó ¦È 
¾óŠÂÈ
¦

î 
ó ¯Œò’°÷
¢†ó¢Ðç
Ì°ÂÉ ¢Ì«
¦àÓ
¬ȫ

you ask a women to suckle (your
baby), 1302, 1305
1319

pl. you paid fully 

ö¬øMôÇ

suck (at mothers breast), 1305,1318
1303

dl. two years

úŽ óŠ ·

1320

they die

ÀÈ çŠ ¬

1304

dl. two whole / complete

úŽ ôŠ ÷ ¢Šï

1321

they leave behind

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ°ÀŠ 

1305

vn. suckling at mother's

Œ¨ß ¢Ó Âó¦

1322

four

¨Š à ¥Ì°¢È

1323

ten

¦ÂÌ 
ß

1324

pl. you made an

breast, lactation, 1302, 1318
1306
1307

Æ®óŒ ÷

child
the one with child

þMóÆ®óŒ ÷



(father)
1308

feeding, provision, sustenance

1309

clothing

Ƽ̱°Ê

ƨÈï 

ö¬Ó Âß

(indirect) offer
1325

troth (marriage offer)

 Ê –Èüó¦ ¨¦’Ø»

with women
1326

pl. you kept secret

1327

secret, confidential 

ö¬üü’ï¢È 
ÂÇ

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah
1328

to resolve

1329

wedding knot,

87

Æ¿Äß

1345

on foot, standing

†¢³°Ê

¬
Ê ¢Šðüó¦ɨ¾ ’ìß

1346

pl. (those) with devotion

ú ¬ ûŽ¢Šë

1347

riding

¢û¢¦’ï°É

1348

provision, maintenance

1349

the year

1350

without turning «°­

marriage
1330

to be aware / cautious

Ruku'

30

v: 4

Part: 2

14

Æ°’À·
¸ï° 

Æ÷

1331

to touch

1332

appointed portion, (dower)

ˆ¨Ô 
Ž çŠ

1333

rich, well to do 

ÞÇ  ÷

1334

strained, poor

1335

half

1336

to forgo

1337

nearer

§
É ’ë¢È

1338

piety, righteousness

1339

¢ߢ¬÷
¾É ¸ 
’ó¦ 
Ç«¦Â»¤Ê ãŠ

(them) out, without expulsion

Ruku'

31

v: 7

¸ï°

15 

¬ ’ì÷

1351

Did you not see?

 «öóŠ¢È 

æÐûŽ

1352

thousands

Æ»óŒ¢É 

’èß

(sr.: 

æ’ó¢È)

1353

fear of death

©
Ê ø ’ó¦È°ÀŠ ·

à ’ì«

1354

im. pl. die

©Â¿ ¦« 
÷

ni. pl. forget not

IJÀ ¦È 
ü«¢Šó

1355

who is he that

1340

kindness, grace

ˆòÔçŠ

1356

lends, offers loan

µ
É ÂŽ ’ì

1341

im. pl. be

·»¬ ¦ŒÜç ¢·

1357

manifold

¢†ç¢àÓ¢È

¦

guardian, keep watch
1342

(sr.:
1343

©¦ôŠ Ï 

prayers

ƨôÏ)

the mid most / 

ØÇ ’ó¦ɨô Ðó¦

middle prayer
1344

im. pl. stand up

¦÷ ëŒ

(sr.: double

ÌÃÀ Mó¦¦È¯ú÷ 

æàÓ
)
ƨ ° ïŠ

1358

many, much

1359

to straiten, give scantily 

Ò¦ëŠ

1360

to amplify, to enlarge

ˆÖÈ¥

1361

chiefs

˜Šô÷

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah
1362

im. set up, raise,

88

’®à ¥¦Ê

king

1364

is?, would?

1365

pl. perchance (you)

1366

if

has chosen

¢†ðô ÷

1380

has increased

’òÿ

1381

abundantly, 

ö¬ È 
ß 

¢ŠóÌÀ¢È)

that not (

1368

Why should we not?

1369

verily

1370

pv. we have been

¢Mó¢È

1382

the Ark of the Covenant

©
É ¥¢«

1383

peace of reassurance,

ˆ¨üð Ç

inner peace
1384

remnant, relics

ˆ¨ ì ¥ 

¾ëŠ

1385

left behind

½È  «

¢ü³ÂŽ »¢É

1386

carry

Œòø ¸«

1387

angels

Œ¨ðŠ Ÿ ¢Šô÷

children, sons

 È –ü¥¢È

1372

they turned away

¦Mó «

1373

raised up,

1374

SAUL: A believing

1362

¨† ؊ È¥

¢üóŠ¢÷ÈÂ

driven (out)
1371

®È ¦È±

to be well to do

ÌÀ¤Ê

1367 

èŠØϦÊ

1379

appoint, 1373
1363

Part: 3

Ruku'

32

v: 6

16

¸ï°

®
Š à ¥

1388

set out

òŠ Ð 
çŠ

©
È 󌢊×

1389

armies, forces

Æ®ü³

1390

one who will try /

and obedient leader in the time of
Prophet David X and Samuel.
Although poor, he was appointed
as the king of Israel, because of his
wisdom, personality, and
knowledge of warfare bestowed to
him by Allah 

û¢È

1375

whence, from where, how

1376

it would happen

1377

pv. is given

©
È š

1378

abundance

¨† à Ç

ÀÉ ðŒ 

test you 

1391

ap. one who tests / tries

1392

river, stream
(pl.:

Æ°¢ û¢È) 

öðŒ  ô ¬¦÷ 
ô ¬¦÷ 
 û

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah

89

§
È ÂŽ Ë

Part: 3

1393

drank

1394

not

Æ 
 óŠ

repelled

to taste 

öà׊

1413

1395

fg. corrupted

scoop of handful

ˆ¨çŠ ÂãŒ

1414

1396 

¾

1415

earth

1416

of kindness

1397

hand
(pl.:

Ìľ ¢È)

1412

¿È Ä ÿ

routed out, vanquished,
defeated

Þ çŠ ®È
Ì©¾ È 
çŠ
Ƶ̰¢È
ò‰ ÔçŠ ̯É

these (actual meaning: that)

î 
’ô«

they drank

¦¥ÂŽ Ë

1417

1398

surely you are

î 
û¤Ê

crossed

±È ÂÈ ¢³

1418

1399

©óŒ¢³

1419

verily among / of 

úø óŠ 

ö û¢È

1420

messengers,

1400

Goliath

1401

that they

1402

ap. those who are to meet

1403

how many

1404

a little

ˆ¨ôŠ ô ëŠ

messengers

overcame, vanquished

¤ 
ôŠ ãŠ

1421

1405

spoke

company, group

ˆ¨ Šç

1422

1406

we supported /

they came into the field,

¦Ì屃  ¥

1423

1407

¹°» ̹Â
Ž ’ç¢È

1424

im. bestow, pour out

1409

im. make firm

©§ª ª¦¯Š

1425

fought with one another

òŠ ¬¬’ë¦Ê

1410

feet, foothold, steps

Ì¿¦¾’ë¢È

1426

does

Œòà ’è

1427

wills, intends

¾ Ž 

(those who are sent)

¦ëŒ ¢Šô÷ 
öïŠ

ú ô Ç Â÷

(sr.:

òÇÂ÷ )
òŒ Ç Âó¦î’ô«  Ä³`

^ Part : 3

ö MôïŠ

(sr.:
1411

helped

Æ¿¾ ëŠ )
 Р
û

ÁÉ ¢û¾ ¢È

strengthened him

they came face to face
1408

’òÇ °É

The Holy Spirit,

²
Ê ¾ ìŒ ’ó¦ɬÌ°É

(Gabriel)

(vn.:

ƨ®È ¦È°¤Ê)

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah
Ruku'

33

v: 5

90
¸ï°

1

¦Œìè û¢È

Part: 3
1447

ú ¾ó¦

the religion,

1428

im. pl. spend

1429

bargaining 

Þ ¥

1448

became distinct / clear

1430

friendship

ˆ¨Mô»

1449

error

1431

intercession

ˆ¨ß ¢ŠèË

1450

false deities, idols or

1432

the alive, the living

1433

self-subsistent, eternal

¿ ëŠ

1451

grasped, took hold

1434

slumber

ˆ¨üÇ

1452

hand-hold

ƨÂÈ Âß

1435

sleep

Æ¿û

1453

firm, unfailing 

쒯ÂÉ

1436

who is

¦È¯ú÷

1454

never breaking

¿È ¢Ð èû¦¢Šó

1437

he who (relative pronoun)

ÌÄÀ Mó¦

1455

protecting friend, patron

1438

leave, permission

ÆÀ̯¤Ê

1439

between, among

ú ¥

1456

pl. darkness

1440

before them 

öŽ ¾ ¢Èú¥

1457

light

1441

they encompass not,

ÀÈ ، ¸
¢Šó 

ãŠ
©
É ㌠¢Š×

34

©¢øôŒ ی
Æ°û

v: 4

2

M«–·

1459

gives life 

Ž¸ 

Ç Œï

1460

causes death

ª 
ø 

throne

1443

to weary, fatigue

Ʈ̢È

1461

I

1444

could not weary,

®É  Œ¢Šó

1462

fg. sun

1463

became dumb founded,

fatigue, tire

1446

compulsion

¸ï°

argued, disputed

1442

most high, exalted, sublime 

ó ÂÈ

Æ ¢ó Ì¢È)

(pl.:

Ruku'

î 
È 
ø¬ǦÊ

1458

ˆ¨×Š ¢·¦Ê)

1445

ú ¦«

whatever is worshipped
besides Allah 

¸ 
’ó¦

they cannot bound / encircle
(vn.:

[the system of life] 

ô ß
ÆÁ¦’ï¤Ê

¢û¢È 
ÆøË
ª 
Ž ¥

confounded
1464

or

Ì¢È

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah
1465
1466

Â÷

passed by

Æ°ÌÂÂ ÷ )
ˆ¨ÂëŠ

township, hamlet, town

¦

(pl.:
1468
1469
1470
1471
1472
1473
1474
1475
1476
1477
1478

Part: 3

½È

like

(vn.:
1467

91

à Œë) 
ÿ

fg. she, it

ˆ¨ÂÊ ¢»

fg. overturned

ƳÌÂÂ ß

roofs, turrets

ÁÊ À ÿ

fg. this

made to die, caused death

©
È ¢÷¢È
ˆ¨ŸŠ¢ ÷

one hundred

Æ¿¢ß

year
you tarried / remained thus

ª 
’°¦ŽóŠ

food

Æ¿¢à׊

drink
not rotten, untouched

Ƨ¦ÂË
þ üÈ 
¬öóŠ

put together

¦Ȓðû

1484

we clothe

1485

flesh

¢ø¸óŠ

1486

im. show me 

Žû°Ê ¢È

1487

did (you) not 

öóŠÂÈ ¢È

1488

to be at ease

1489

my heart (heart:

1490

im. take

1491

four

¨Š à ¥Ì°¢È

1492

bird

Â׊

1493

im. tame 

ÂÏ 

1494

mountain

òŠ ¦³

ƾ¢¦³Ž )

(pl.:
1495

portion, part

Ơij

1496

with speed

¢àÇ

Ruku'

35

v: 3

1497

grain, seed

Æ°¢ø·

1498

grows

ass, donkey

1481

bones

Æ¿¢ŠÜß

seven

how

æ 
ïŠ

1499

1482

ears (of corn)

we set up /

±³À ÄÌ
üû

1500

1483

1480 

¦Ž’ôëŠ
’À» 

Â܌ û¦É

im. look 

¤’ôëŠ )

ư׌ )

(pl.:

by the passing of time
1479

ú  ø ’Ø

(vn.:

3

¸ï°

ˆ¨ ¦· 
ª¬¦û¢È

Æ©¢¦û¦Ê)
Þ ¦Ç
òŠ ¥Ž¢üÇ

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah
(sr.:
1501

92

ˆ¨ôŠ ¦üÇ) 
æß ¢Ô

gives manifold,
multiplies, increases
(vn.:

1502

Ƽ¢Šèû¤Ê)
¾¦÷¢È

pl. wealth

(sr.:
1504

ÀÈ Œìè ü

they spend
(vn.:

1503

ˆ¨èŠ ß ¢Ô÷ )

ƾ¢÷)
ÀÈ ঎¬¢Šó

do not follow
(vn.:

Part: 3

§
È ¢Ï¢È

1517

fell

1518

rainstorm

1519

smooth, bare

1520

they have no control

1521

in search of, seek

Æ –ä¬ ¥¦Ê

1522

pleasure of Allah

þ Môó¦Ê©¢ÓÂ÷

1523

certainty, strengthening

1524

garden
(pl.:

Ƹ¢¦«¦Ê)

ˆò¥Ž¦ÈÂ
¦¾’ôÏ 

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ°¾ ’좊ó

¢¬ ¦Ž’°«
ˆ¨ ü³

Æ©¢ ü³ )

¢ ü÷

1525

on a height

ƨ¥°È

Ãů¢È

1526

fruits, yields (of harvest)

ˆòïŒ ¢É

Æ»ÂÂà ÷ƾëŠ

1527

dl. two fold

ƨÂ è ä÷

1528

showers, dew

òK ׊

ˆ¨ëŠ ¾Ï

1529

liked

M®ÂÈ 

üŽãŠ

1530

any of you 

ö ô ·

1531

pl. palm trees, date palms

¦ŒôØ ¦«¢Šó

1532

pl. vines

1505

reminding (others) of generosity

1506

hurt

1507

kind word

1508

forgiveness

1509

charity

1510

self sufficient, free of all wants

1511

forbearing

1512

ni. pl. void not, cancel not

1513

like him who

1514

to be seen (of)

1515

hard, barren / smooth rock

1516

soil, dust

(sr.:

ÌÄÀ Mó¢Šï

úŽ èŠ àÓ


öŒï¾· ¢È
ˆò ¼
û
Ƨ¢üß¢È 

¤ü ß)

Æ –ŠŸ°Ê

1533

old age 

¦ï

ÌÀ¦’èÏ 

1534

children

ˆ¨ O°¯É

Ƨ¦Â«

1535

pl. feeble, weak

 É –èàÓ 

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah

93 

æ à Ó 
)

(sr.:

pl. you disclose

Æ°¢ÐߤÊ

1556

well, good

¼°¬ ªëŠ  
¬·¦Ê

1557

pl. poor, needy

1558

atones, removes from

1559

ill deeds, evils

sr. whirlwind, hurricane

1537

fg. consumed by

fire, burnt

ÀÈ ÌÂÂMðèŠ ¬«

pl. you may ponder,

you may give thought
Ruku'
1539
1540

36

v: 6

4

good things
ni. pl. seek not

1541

bad / vile things

1542

pl. you would not

1543

ap. takers, acceptors

1544

pl. you close eyes

1545

to close eyes

1546

owner of praise

1547

poverty

1548

obscenity

1549

gives, grants

1550

wisdom

1551

®§ ¦Ì¾ 
¦«

1555

1536

1538

Part: 3

¸ï°

ˆ¨¦׊
¦ø ø«¢Šó
®¦Ž» 
ö¬ÈóŠ
ÌÄÀ » ¦
¦

¦Ôø ä« 
ÒøŠã

(sr.:

¢ øà ûŽ
 ¡ÂìŠ Œç 
ÂOèðŠ 
©–Š Ç

ˆ¨ ŠÇ )

1560

it is not

Æ 
 óŠ

1561

but 

úð ó

1562

Allah's countenance,

þ Môó¦þ³ÂÈ

Allah's face
1563

M»

repaid fully,
redeemed back, 1604

1564

pv. straitened

°´¬ ¦ÌÂÂÐ
ᢃ

(restricted from travel) 

¾ ø ·

1565

to travel / move about 

’ìçŠ

1566

thinks, accounts

 –̸çŠ

1567

pl. wealthy (people),

¢¥ÂÓ 

§²¬ ¤È 
¸

 –üŽ’ã¢È

those free from want 

«  

(sr.: 

üŽãŠ )

ˆ¨ø ’ð·

1568

restraint, modesty

receives admonition

 MïMÀ

1569

1552

almsgiving, spending

ˆ¨ìŠ èŠ û

you know / recognize »°¸

1570

mark

1553

pl. you made vow 

ö«Ì°ÀŠ û

1571

importunity,

1554

if

ÌÀ¤Ê

(wrapped, covered) 

æèN à « 
ɻŽ à«
¢ø Ç
¢†ç¢¸’ó¤Ê

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah
Ruku'

37

94

v: 7

3rd Part

1/4

5

¸ï°

Part: 3
1588

guilty, sinner 

ö ¯ ¢È

1589

im. pl. give up

¦Ì塃 ¯È

¦ ÂÇ

1590

remained, remnant

òŒ Ç  ó¦î’ô«  Ä³Þ¥°

1572

in secret
openly

ˆ¨ûŽ¢Šôß

1591

ap. believers

1573

usury, interest

¦¥Âó¦

1592

then be warned,

1574
1575

they will not stand /

ÀÈ ÷ ìŒ ¢Šó 

ì ¥
ú üŽ÷ š÷
¦û¯È ’˜çŠ

then take notice

Ƨ·

1593

war

¢øïŠ

1594

if

ŒÖ ¦¼ 
¬

1595

pl. you repent

1596

principal, capital sums 

Æ÷

1597

the one with

rise up
1576

as, like

1577

driven to madness,
confounded

ÌÀ¤Ê 
ö¬¦«
ƲÌ壃 °É
̯É

1578

to touch

1579

trade 

Þ ¥

1598

difficulty

1580

came

 È –³

1599

to postpone, to grant time

1581

admonition

ˆ¨ÜŠ ß ÷

1600

ease

1582

refrained, desisted 

¬û¦Ê

ƨÂ È 
÷

1601

that

1583

(that is) past, passed

æ 
ôŠ Ç

ÌÀ¢È

1602

pl. you remit the debt,

1584

repeated
(vn.:

®È ¢ß

Æ®ß )

to blight, to deprive 

ê¸÷

1586

increases 

¥ŽÂ

1587

impious, ungrateful

Æ°¢MèïŠ

(sr.: 

Âç ¢Šï)

ƨÂ Ü û

¦Œë ¾Ð 
«

you waive the amount
1603

1585

ƨÂ Èß

ÀÈ à³ Â«

pl. pv. you will be

brought back
1604

Ruku'
1605 

ç «

be paid in full, 1563
38

v: 8

pl. you borrow

from one another

6

¸ï° 

ö¬ü¦¾«

Surah-2: Al-Baqarah

95 

ú®È

1606

debt

1607

fixed term

1608

and (he) should

Part: 3
1625

will remind (the other) 

øÈ 
÷ˆò³ ¢È

1626

the other 

¤¬’ð’óÂÈ

1627

when they

 OïÀŠ «
¦

record / write

à »¢É
¦ß ®É ¢÷¦È¯¤Ê

are summoned or called

1609

scribe, writer 

¤« ¢Šï

1610

equity, justice

ƾ¾ß

to averse, to disdain

should not refuse

§
È ’˜¢Šó

1629

1611

small, short

(he shall) dictate

òŠ ô ø

1630

1612

great, big

diminish, lessen, decrease 

Ƽ 
¦

1631

1613

¦Â¦ŽïŠ

more equitable / just

man of low understanding,

¢ è Ç

1632

1614

ŒÖÈ 
’ë¢È

1633

more upright

¢†èà Ó 

1634

testimony, witness 

ó ÂÈ

1635

small

¦Ì¾ Ž ̬ǦÊ

1636

ni. pl. you doubt not

mentally defecient
1615

weak, feeble, infirm

1616

guardian

1617

im. pl. call to /

1628

disdain not

get witness
1618

dl. two witnesses

1619

men (sr.:

1620

ˆò³ °È )

¦ø ŠÈ«¢Šó

ni. pl. be not averse,

úŽ ¾  Ž Ë

(vn.:

Æ¿’˜Ç
¦Âä Ï 

¿É ’ë¢È
ƨ®È ¢ Ë
GÌ®¢È
¦¥¢««¢Šó 

¤°È )
ƨÂ Ó
¢·

ƾ¢³°Ê

1637

hand to hand, on the spot

úŽ «¢È ÷¦Ê

1638

dl. two women

pl. you transact /

1621

pl. you approve / agree

ÀÈ Ó 
«

1639

let no harm be done °°µ

1622

witnesses

 ¡¾ Ë

1640

sin, unGodliness

1623

fg. errs (through

MòÔ
«

1641

teaches 

öOôà 

1642

pledge

ÆÀ¢ÿ°Ê

1643

pp. taken in hand

carry out

forgetfulness)
1624

one out of the
two (women)

¢øÿ ¾·¤Ê
¦

°Â® ÈÀ¾
« 

M°¢Ô¢Šó
ƼÈ 
çŒ

ˆ¨Ó 
¦’ì÷

Surah-2: Aal-e-'Imran
1644

96

Part: 3

ú ÷ ¢È

entrusted, trusted

step by step)
ap. confirming

¢†ë¾Ð 
÷

1645

deliver up, discharge

O®š 

1659

before it

sinful 

ö¯ ¦

1660

1646

1661

avenger of retribution

1662

is not hidden

1663

fashions, shapes

1664

wombs

Ì¿¢·Ì°¢È

¢üàø Ç

1665

as

æ 
ïŠ

¢üà׊ ¢È

1666

firmly constructed,

Ruku'
1647

39

v: 2

¸ï°

7

¦Ì¾ ¦«

pl. you make known /

bring into open
1648

þ ¾ ú¥

¦

§²¬ ¤Ç
¢¸

reckons,

¿Ç ¢Šì¬ û¦Âɯ 
è¼¢Šó 


°Â´ É°Ð

accounts for
1649

we heard / listened

1650

we obeyed / followed

1651

(grant us) your

î 
û¦’èãŒ

clear
1667

forgiveness
1652
1653

ÂÐ
÷

end of journey, return
does not burden

¢Šó »¾½ æOôðŠ 
¢ü ÊÈû

1654

we forgot

1655

we fell into error,

¢û’˜ØŠ »¢È

we did wrong unwillingly
1656
1657

æ 
ߦÈÂ

im. and pardon (us)

¢û¢Šó ÷

our protector / master

Ruku'

^

40

v: 3

¸ï°

8 

ÈÀ¦Âø ßÊʾ¡ɨ°È Ç

§
Ê ¢¬ð ó¦N¿¢É

1668

others

1669

allegorical 

» ¢É
Æ©¢ ¥Ž¢̬÷

(not entirely clear)

ˆâ±È

1670

deviation, perversity

1671

seeking

1672

confusion

1673

interpretation, explanation

1674

pl. firmly

 –ä¬ ¥¦Ê
ˆ¨ü¬ç
ˆòÂÊ ¢«

¦È°
­²° ÈÀ¼Ç

grounded / sound (people)
1675

ni. cause not to

Ž «¢Šó
¹Ä± ̹Ä

stray / deviate

Surah 3: Aal-e-'Imran
revealed (sent down

foundation of the book,
substance of the book

`

The Family of Imran

1658

Æ©¢øðŠ ¸÷

¾È Äû

1676

im. bestow, grant

1677

from your side 

¤ÿ
î 
û¾Móú÷

Surah-2: Aal-e-'Imran
1678

bestower, granter

1679

ap. one who gathers

97

Ƨ¢ ÿÂÈ

1696

to see, to perceive

ÆÄÌ¢°È 

Þ÷ ¢³

1697

eye 

úß

Æ®¢à÷

1698

strengthens, supports

¾ 

¸ï°

1699

help 

ÂÐû

or assembles
1680

promise, tryst

Ruku'

1

v: 9

9

Part: 3

1681

fuel

®ëŒ ÂÈ

1700

lesson

ƨ ¦ß

1682

like

½È

1701

those (who have), those of 

óÂÉ¢

1683

way of doing something

Ƨ̢®È

1702

pl. eyes (insight)

1684

sins (sr.:

Ƨû¯É

1703

pv. beautified

1685

severe, strict, terrible 

¾¾ Ë

1704

love

1686

retribution, punishment

Ƨ¢Šìß

1705

joys, worldly desires

Æ©¦ Ë

1687

pv. pl. you shall

ÀÈ ¦ôŠ ä«

pleasurable things (sr.:

ƨ Ë ) 

¤û¯È )

be overcome
1688
1689

(sr.:
1690
1691

fighting

children, offspring, sons

1708

hoards, treasures

1709

hoarded, heaped up

1710

gold 

¤ÿ ¯È

1711

silver

à »¢É 

ˆ¨ Ôç

1712

horses

ƨÂ ç ¢Šï

ˆò »

1713

branded

ÀÈ ÌÂÂ 

1714

cattle 

öŽ ôŠ ’°÷

1715

land, tilth, cultivation

ļ¾ ¢¬ìŠ ¬’ó¤Ê
¾©¼ Œò« ¢Šì«
¦

1692

another

1693

ap. fg. disbelieving,

denying
1694

they see

1695

dl. twice in their number

Æ –ÈûŽ

1707

ˆ¨ Šç )

dl. they two met 

¤·

women

úŽ ¬ Šç

dl. two hosts / armies

ú ±É

1706

Æ®¢ ÷

resting place

Æ°¢Ð¥¢È

ú üŽ¥
Â× ¢üëŠ
¨É  ؊ üìŠ ÷

ˆ¨÷ È 

Æ¿¢àû¢È
ƪ·

Surah-2: Aal-e-'Imran
1716

98

§ ¢ø’ó¦úÈ·
¦

excellent abode,
best resort

1717
1718

«¦ÈÂ̱¢È

spouses

ƨÂ ؊ ÷

pp. fg. purified

ÆÀ¦Ó°Ê

1719

goodwill, pleasure

1720

one who sees, beholder
(vn.: 

ÂÐ
¥

ƨ°È ¢Ð¥)

1721

slaves, bondsmen, servants

1722

im. guard us from, save us

(im. guard:

¼
Ê ;

us:

Part: 3
1734

mighty, powerful

1735

wise 

ö ð ·
1/2

3rd Part
1736

1737

submitted
myself, my face

Æ®¢¦ß

1739

(those) who followed me

¢üë

1740

they turned back / away

¦Mó «

1741

to convey, to deliver

ƹ¢Šô¥

1724

pl. obedient, devout ones

ú ¬ ûŽ¢Šë

1742

they enjoin

1725

obedient, devout 

ªûŽ¢Šë

1743

have come to

1726

those who spend

ú ì è ü÷
ú Ž è ä¬È÷

for pardon

Æ°¢¸Ç¢È

bore witness

1730

that he

1731

men of learning,

1733

v: 11

10

¸ï°

ÀÈ ÌÂÂ ÷ ’˜
Š ¦Ž·
¶§¬ ªØ

naught, failed
1744

deceived, deluded

1745

what they invent,

ÂãŠ
ÀÈ Ì¬’è¦û¢Šï¢÷

what they forge / fabricate

æ 
ïŠ

¾ Ž Ë

1747

be in full 

ªOçÂÉ

þ û¢È

1748

O Allah!

ö ôó¦

öŽ ’ôà ’ó¦ŒóÂÉ¢

1749

owner, sovereign

î 
ó ¢÷ 

öŸ –Šë

1750

sovereignty, dominion

î’ô÷

ˆÖÈë

1751

you please / will

 É –Ì«

maintaining, standing firm
justice, equity

2

how

learned
1732

Ruku'

úŽ à ¦ «¦Žú÷

1746

night, early hours of morning
1729 

Ž ³ÂÈ

1738

¢û )

pl. dawn, later parts of

ª 
øôŠ Ç¢È

I have surrendered,

ú ë ®Ê ¢Ï

1728

’ó¦ÞŽ Ç
̧¢ȸ

calling to account

pl. truthful, true (people)

those who pray

òŒ Ç Âó¦î’ô«  Ä³æÐû

swift in reckoning /

1723

1727 

ÄĎ ß

Surah-2: Aal-e-'Imran

99

Part: 3

1752

you take off / strip off ¸±À 

ɸĎ ü«

1771

pp. dedicated

1753

you bring low, you humiliate

N¾À «

1772

fg. delivered, gave birth

1754

hand 

¾

1773

gave birth, delivered

Þ Ó 
ÂÈ

1755

verily you

î 
û¤Ê

1774

the male 

ÂïŠ MÀó¦

1756

you make pass, 

«
«¾Â ²ó 

1775

female

ˆò óŠ

1776

I named

Æ°¢ û

1777

I seek protection,

you plunge
1757

night

1758

day

1759

friends, allies

1760

besides

1761

in anything

1762

to guard, to protect

1763

warns, cautions

1764

himself, his self

1765

confronted, presented

1766

a mighty space

1768

3

v: 10

(pl.: 

¿² ª øÇ
¢É
¯Â¸ ŒÀ ß

I commit to protection
made (her) grow

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ®

1779

growth

 Ë ç

1780

appointed guardian

òŠ MèïŠ

ƨ¢Šì«

1781

sanctuary, chamber

Ƨ¦Â¸÷ 


°¯¬ É°OÀ¸

1782

whence, from where

þȒèû

1783

there, that place 

¸÷
¦ÂÔ

1784

prayed

¢ß®È

¦¾ à ¥¦¾÷ ¢È

1785

im. bestow, grant 

¤ÿ

1786

from Your (bounty /



11

descendant, offspring 

°û¢É

1778

full of pity, kindness

Ruku' 

ªàÓÂÈ

 É – óÌ¢È

of distance, a great distance
1767 

÷
¦Å° ¸

Æ»Ì壃 °È
¸ï°

ˆ¨ O°¯É

Æ©¢ O°¯É )

ª 
¦û¢È
¢«¢¦û 

û¢È
î 
ó ¢üÿ

î 
û¾Móú÷

presence)
1787

ap. confirming,

¢†ë¾Ð 
÷

one who confirms
1788

word

¨† ø ô ïŠ
¦¾Ç

1769

woman, wife

ˆ¨ È ¦Â÷¦Ê

1789

leader, noble

1770

womb, belly 

ú’Ø¥

1790

chaste

¦Å°з

Surah-2: Aal-e-'Imran

100

ÆÀ¢ø’ôã )

Æ¿¢ŠôãŒ

Part: 3

ú ¥Ž ÂìŠ ÷

1791

son (pl.:

1792

old-age 

¦ï

cradle

barren 

Âë ¢ß

1812

1793

manhood, maturity

that not (

¢Mó¢È

1813

1794

¦Ä÷°È

1814

man 

¶¦Ç

1815

decreed, willed 

Ԋë
¦Â÷¢È

1795 

¢ŠóÌÀ¢È )

tokens, gestures

1811

those brought near
(unto Allah) 

¾ ÷ 
ÂÌ 
¥

1796

im. praise, glorify

a matter, a thing

evening, early hours of night 

Ì
ß

1816

1797

I fashion / create / make

morning

°¢Šð¥¤Ê

1817

1798

¸ï°

1818

clay

Ruku'

4

v: 11

12

† ïŠ

ê ôŒ »¢È 
ú×
¨
Š  ïŠ

1799

im. be devout, be obedient 

¬ ü’ë¦É

1819

like the shape / figure of

1800

tidings, news (sr.:

ˆ˜¦û)

Æ –¦û¢È

1820

bird (pl.:

1801

we reveal 

·  û

1821

to breathe into

1802

you were not

ª 
üŒï¢÷

1822

permission of Allah

1803

with them 

öŽ ¾ óŠ

1823

I heal

¥
É ÂŽ ¥¢É

1804

with

Ìľ óŠ

1824

blind by birth 

þø ’ï¢È

1805

when they drew their lots

ÀÈ ìŒ ’ô̯¤Ê

1825

leper

1806

pens (sr.:

Ì¿¢Šô’ë¢È

1826

pl. dead

1807

which of them 

ö ¢È

1827

pl. you store up

1808

which

KÄ¢È

1828

perceived, became conscious

Æ· ¢È

1809

they quarreled /

¬¼
ÀÈ øÐ

1829

helpers

Æ°¢Ðû¢È

1830

disciples 

öôŠ ëŠ )

disputed
1810

illustrious, of great honour

¢ ³Ž ÂÈ

ư׊ )

(companions of Prophet
Jesus X) 

Â׊ 
º’èû
þ Môó¦ÉÀ̯¤Ê

Æ´Â ¥¢È 
«÷
ÀÈ Ì» ¾«

ÌÀ °Ê ¦·

Surah-2: Aal-e-'Imran

101

Part: 3

1831

we 

ú¸û

1844

pl. you are 

ö¬û¢È¢ÿ

1832

to plot, scheme 

’ð÷

1845

these, (those who)

 Ê –Šó£É ¢ÿ

1846

pl. you argued / disputed

1847

nearest of mankind

Ruku'

5

3/4

3rd Part
1833

v: 13

¸ï°

13

òŒ Ç Âó¦î’ô«  Ä³¸¢¥°¦¨¯
¯

î 
Oç ¬÷

(I will) take you /

Ruku'

7

v: 8 

ö¬´³ ¢·

²
Ê ¢ üó¦ŠóÌ¢È
15

gather you
a party, a section

one who lifts, raises, ascends 

Þç ¦È°

1848

1834

beginning of the day,

pays in full, recompenses 

Oç 

1849

1835
1836

rewards, wages,

°³ ¢É

¸ï°

ˆ¨èŠ Ÿ –Š×
°Ê ¢ üó¦þ³ÂÈ

daybreak
1850

remuneration

singles out,

ά¼

specially chooses

1837

dust

§
É ¦Â«

1851

you trust / entrust

1838

we pray humbly / earnestly

’òŽ ¬¦û

1852

a treasure

1839

vn. to pray humbly/

¾Á§ ƾ¢ ¬ ¥¦Ê

1853

will return / pay back

1854

you kept constantly

ª 
÷®É

1855

ap. standing

¢øŸ –Šë

1856

way, path

ˆò ¦ŽÇ

earnestly
1840

(

ˆ¨ Ðë  ÎìŒ  ÎëŠ )

Ruku'

1841

Î 
Ð 
ëŠ

narrative, account

6

v: 9

equal, equitable,

14

¸ï°

Æ ¡Ç

common terms
1842

im. pl. come

¦óŠ¢à«

1843

lords, gods

¢¥¢¥Ì°¢È

(sr.:

K§°È )

(pl.: 

ú÷ ’˜«
°¢ŠØüë
O®š 

ˆò¦Ç )
>Ì¢È

1857

kept, fulfilled

1858

oaths

ÌÀ¢ø¢È

1859

portion, share

Ƽ¢Šô»

1860

they distort / pervert

ÀÈ ÌÂ’ô

1861

their tongues 

ö ¬üÊȒó¢È

Surah-2: Aal-e-'Imran

102

ÆÀ¢Èó )

(sr.:

Part: 4
1878

never, by no means 

úóŠ

1862

faithful servants of Allah

ú ûŽ¢ ¥°È

1879

pl. you will attain

1863

pl. you teach

ÀÈ øOôà «

1880

vn. to attain

ˆò û

1864

pl. you study

ÀÈ Ç°É ¾«

1881

the piety / righteousness

¦Ž’ó¦

1882

food

1883

lawful 

·

1884

forbade, made unlawful

¿È ·

Ruku'
1865
1866

8

v: 9

¸ï°

16

my burden (of covenant)

ÌÄŽ ϤÊ
ÀÈ ä ¦

they seek

1867

willingly

¢ß ׊

1868

unwillingly

¢ÿÂïŠ

(vn.:

¦óŒ¢ü«

Æ¿¢à׊ 

öŽ ¸«) 
¦

invented (a lie), fabricated

à ¬’ç¦Ê

1869

seeks

⎠¬¦

1885

falsehood, lie

§ ÀïŠ

came, had come

 È –³

1886

1870

spoke truth

¼
È ¾ Ï 

pv. will not be lightened 

æMè¼ 
¢Šó

1887

1871

¦¸ôŠ Ï¢È

1888

upright, sane in faith

¢†èüŽ·

1889

pv. is appointed / setup

Þ Ó
ÂÉ

¦Ì娃 ¦È®Ì±¦Ê

1890

that, verily that

ÌÄÀ MôóŠ

µ
Ê Ì°˜Š’ó¦É ’ò÷

1891

Bakkah, Makkah

1892

place where

1872

they put the things right /
made amends

1873

they increased

1874

earthful, in quantum
of earth

1875

¢¦ÿ ¯È

gold

¦

1876

offered as ransom

1877

painful

8

Ruku'

9

^ Part :4

v: 11

17

ö  ÿ ¦Â¥¤ÊÉ¿¢Šì÷

Ibrahim X stood (for prayer), 868

à ¾¬’ç¦Ê

1893

safe, secure 

ö ó ¢È

1894

pilgrimage to the

¢ü÷ ¦
¦

ª
¦’ó¦ ²·

house (of Allah)

¸ï°

¦óŒ¢ü«úóŠ Ä³`

¨Mð¥

1895

is able to undertake

1896

why

¸
È ¢ŠØ¬ǦÊ
ö ó

Surah-2: Aal-e-'Imran
1897

103

pl. you hinder / obstruct

ÀÈ Ì ¾Ð 
« 

¾Ï 
)

(vn.:
1898

pl. you seek

ÀÈ ä¦«

1899

crookedness

¢³ ß

1900

(they will) turn /

¦ÌÂN®Â 

send (you back)

K®°È )

(vn.:
1901

pv. are recited / rehearsed

1902

holds fast / firmly

1903

to hold fast / firmly

Ruku'

10

v: 10

1904

cable, rope, cord

1905

all together 

öÐ
ˆ
1

enemies

1907

made friendship, joined

1908

pl. you became

brothers, brethren
(sr.:

1910
1911

¸ï°

abyss, pit

1912

saved, rescued

1913

let there be

a band of people, a nation

1915

whiten, lit up

1916

faces

ˆ¨ ÷¢É

µÄ§  Ò¦«

ÆÁ³ ÂÉ 
þ³ÂÈ )

(sr.:
1917

blacken, darken

N®È«

1918

pv. made to return 

޳ «

1919

all things, affairs, matters

°É ÷ ˜Œ’ó¦

Ruku'
1920

11

v: 8

best community,

¸ï°

2

¨
÷¦É»

best of peoples
1921

ˆò¦·

pv. fg. raised up, 

ª³ Ž »¦É

evolved

ÀÈ  ü«

¢àø ³

1922

pl. you forbid

Æ ¡¾ߢÈ

1923

indecency, evil

æ 
Mó¢È

1924

trifling hurt

Ãů¢È 

ö¬¸¦Ï¢È

1925

backs

°¢¥Ì®¢È

(sr.:

¢û¦»¤Ê 

ÂðŠ ü÷ 

Â¥®É )
 È –¥

1926

incurred, drew upon (himself)

¢ŠèË

1927

rebelled, disobeyed

ƨÂ ’è·

1928

used to transgress

ÀŠ ìŠ û¢È

1929

to transgress

Æ ¡¾¬ ß¦Ê 

úðŒ ¬’óÂÈ

1930

(they are) not

¦È 
 óŠ

1931

alike, equal

Æ ¡Ç

Æ­¢È)

brink

1914

¿¢Ь ߦÊ

1906

1909 

ô¬«

Part: 4

¦Ð 
ß
ÀÈ Ì¾¬à¦û¢Šï

Surah-2: Aal-e-'Imran
1932

parts, hours

1933

they hasten / vie with

104

 –û ¦
¦

ÀÈ ß °Ê ¢È

1934

good deeds, virtues

1935

pl. righteous (persons)

1936

©¦Â»

1950

they bit (past tense of bite)

ú ¸
ó ¢Ï

1951

to bite 

Òß

1952

fingers, finger-tips

òŠ ÷ ¢û¢È

1953

rage

ˆÚãŠ

1954

im. pl. perish, die

1955

with what is

¦ÌÂÂèŠ ’ð úóŠ

denied / rejected
1937 

üŽä«úóŠ

will not avail /
profit them

1938 

¶°Ê

wind
(pl.:

¦ Ôß

¦« ÷
°Ì¾ Ðó¦Ê©¦ŠÀ¥Ž

in breasts (hearts)
1956

Ƭ¢°Ê )

pl. befalls you,

²²¿ öð
Œ ÈÈ 
ø«

happens to you

1939

biting and icy, intense cold

1940

harvest, tilth

1941

intimate friend

1942

they will not fail /
spare no pains (vn.:

 Ê ÂÉ¢ö¬û¢È¢ÿ

pl. you are those 

¶ó ¢Ï)

pv. they will not be

ÆÁçŠ )

(sr.:
1949

one another

(sr.:

Part: 4 

ÂÏ

1957 

öÿ šÈ 
«

grieves them,
is evil unto them

ƪ·

1958

to rejoice

ƬÂçŠ

ˆ¨û¢ŠØ¥Ž

1959

guile, cunning (idea) 

¾ ïŠ

ÀÈ 󌒘¢Šó 
óŒ¢É)

Ruku'
1960

12

v: 11

3

you went out early ®¹

¸ï° 

ȩ̾ ãŠ

morning or at day break

1943

ruin, corruption

†¢¦»

1961

you assign (positions)

1944

they loved / desired

¦ÌÂN®ÂÈ

1962

assigned

¢È ¥

1945

pl. hamper /

©À¸ ö ¬üŽß 

1963

positions

¾ ß ¢Šì÷

distress you 

¾à ’ì÷ )

1946

came into open, appeared

Ì©¾ ¥

vehement, hatred, malice

 É –Ôä¥

1964

battle

1947

mouths

Á¦’ç¢È

1965

meditated, intended

1948

(sr.:

¥
É ¦«

ƾ¢¬ë
öÿ

Surah-2: Aal-e-'Imran

105

1966

two parties / sections

ÀÊ ¢¬èŠ Ÿ –Š×

1967

dl. they fail cowardly

¢ŠôÌ 
’è«

1968

to fail cowardly, 2041

ˆòÌçŠ

1969

(battle of) Badr

°¾¥

utterly weak, helpless

ˆ¨Mó¯Ê ¢È

1970

(sr.:

ˆò ó ¯È )

Part: 4
1984

they turn back / retire

§¢Šôì û¦Ê)

(vn.:
1985

ú ¦ŽŸ –»

pl. ap. disappointed,

frustrated
Ruku'

13

v: 9

4

1986

doubling, two-times

1987

redoubling, multi-times

1971

is it not? 

úóŠ¢È

1988

pv. fg. is prepared

1972

supports, reinforces

¾ø 

1989

im. pl. vie with one ¸°²

1973

three thousand

1974

pl. ob those who are

»
Ç ¢Šó ¦ ¨¯Š¢Šô¯Š

sent down

ease, prosperity

Æ ¡ ÂÇ
Æ ¡ ÂÓ 

adversity, time of hardship

1976

immediately, all of a sudden

Æ°çŠ

1993

ap. those who control /

1977

five

1978

marked

1979

¨Èø»

à ÂÌ¥

ú ø Û ¢Šï

repress
1994

wrath, anger

1995

ap. those who forgive /

¦Œó¢ü«úóŠ Ä³Þ¥°

message of good cheer, 

¦ß °Ê ¢Ç

1991
1992

¦

Ì© ¾ß ¢É
ƵÂß 

ô¥

1/4

ˆ¨èŠ ß ¢Ô÷

width

nay, why not

4th Part

¢†ç¢àÓ¢È

1990

1975

ú ÷ È 

¸ï°

another, hasten

¦

ú ó Ä ü÷

¦¦ô ìŠ ü

ˆÚãŠ
ú ç ¢ß

pardon
1996

fg. evil thing, indecency

1997

sins

glad tidings

ú  ø ’Ø«

(sr.:

ˆ¨Ì 
· ¢Šç
Ƨ û¯É 

¤û¯È )

1980

set at rest, get assured

1981

cut off, destroyed

Þ ؊ ëŠ

1998

not

1982

a part, a fringe

¢†ç ׊

1999

they persist / repeat

¦Ì ÂÐ


1983

abased, humiliated

ª 
¦ïŠ

2000

excellent, bountiful

ö àûŽ 

öóŠ

Surah-2: Aal-e-'Imran

106

Part: 4

ú ô ÷ ¢ß

2019

if 

úüÇ

2020

if it be that?,

ÌÀ¤Ê

2001

ap. workers

2002

pl. systems, ways

2003

im. pl. travel, go about

¦Ì Ç

died

consequence, end

ˆ¨¦ë ¢ß

2021

2004

ÆÀ¢¥

2022

pl. you turned back/

ÌÀœŽçŠ ¢È

will (you) if ... then?

©
È ¢÷

2005

declaration, plain statement

2006

admonition, guidance

ˆ¨ÜŠ ß ÷

2023

heels (sr.:

2007

ni. pl. faint not,

¦üŽ «¢Šó

2024

term appointed,

turned about

ÀÈ ôŠ ߢÈ

overcome, rise high 

ôߢÈ)

(sr.: 

¤ì ß )

§¢ŠìߢÈ
† ³š ÷¢¥¢¬ï

recorded time

loose not heart
2008 

ö¬¦ôŠ ìŠ û¦Ê 

ú˜ŠïŠ

2025

many a, how many

2026

devoted men, Godly men

ÀÈ  ¥°Ê 
úÿÂÈ

2009

wound, distress

ƬÂëŠ

2027

to loose heart

2010

touched, received

Æ÷

2028

for that

2011

days

Ì¿¢ ¢È

2029

befell, met with

§
È ¢Ï¢È

2012

we change by turns

ɾÂÊ ¦¾û

2030

weakness 

æàÓ 

2031

they did not demean

ƾÌÂ®È )

(vn.:
2013
2014 

θø 

purges, purifies
vn. to purify, to purge

2015

vn. to wipe out, to blight

2016

pl. you wish / long

Ruku'
2017
2018

14

will?
so, then

v: 14

θ
ø« 
ê¸÷
ÀÈ  üø «

5

¸ï°

È¢
»
È

¢øó

¦û¢Šð¬Ǧ¢÷

themselves / give in
2032

excesses, wasted efforts

2033

im. make sure, make firm

2034

good, excellent

Ruku'

15

v: 5

2035

we shall cast / put

2036

terror, dread

2037

warrant, authority

Æ»¦ÂÇ¤Ê 
ª¦¯Š 
úÈ·

6

¸ï° 

ì ’ôû 
¤ß°É
¢û¢ŠØ’ôÇ

Surah-2: Aal-e-'Imran

107

2038

hapless, evil

Æ 
’ ¥Ž

2039

abode, home

2040

pl. you routed /annihilated

2041 

쬒ó¦Ê

2055

met, came face to face

à ’°÷

2056

dl. two parties / hosts

ÀÊ ¢àø³

ÀÈ  ȸ 
«

2057

caused (them) to backslide,

M¾Ä ¬ǦÊ

¦

(vn.:

Part: 4

made (them) slip 

Æ· )
¾³» ö¬’ôÌ
çŠ

pl. you failed /

2058

¢Šèß

forgave, pardoned

Ruku'

16

v: 7

¸ï°

7

flagged, 1967, 1968
2042 

ö¬ß±È ¢ü«

pl. you disagreed /

2059

traveled

¦¥Â Ó 

2060

fighters

à ÄãŒ

disputed
2043 

ö¬ Ð 
ß

pl. you disobeyed

(vn.:

(sr.:

ÆÀ¢Ðß žˆ¨Ð
à÷ )

Äʱ¢Šã)

anguish, to sigh and regret

turned, directed

»
È Â Ï 

2061

2044

surely, verily

pl. you climbed

®¸´ ÈÀ̾à Ы

2062

2045

pl. pv. you shall

pl. you paid no heed /

ÀÈ ÌÂ’ô«¢Šó

2063

2046

ƨÂ È·
¾È

°³¬ ÈÀÌÂÂÌ 
¸«

be brought together /
gathered together

did not look back
2047

that not

¢ŠôðŠ ó

2064

it was by the, it was then of

¢ø¦ŽçŠ

2048

missed

©
È ¢Šç

2065

you became lenient / gentle

ª 
üó

2049

slumber

¢Ç¢àû

2050

overcome

2051

Have we any part? Have

(

ij¹ Ìä

2066

harsh, severe

¢ÜçŠ

¢üMó’òÿ

2067

hard of heart

¤
Ž ’ôìŠ ’ó¦ŠÚô ãŠ

¢üÿ ¢ÿ

2068

they dispersed / broke away

¦ ÔèŠ û¦Ê

±È  ¥

2069

around you

î 
ó  ·

Þ ³Ž ¢Ô÷

2070

im. consult, counsel

we aught?
2052

here

2053

went forth

2054

places to lie down,
death places

ú ô žÈÀ¢Šó)

(vn.:

ƨ°È ÂÈ ¢Ì÷ )

Ì°ÂÊ ¢Ë

Surah-2: Aal-e-'Imran
2071

108

ª 
÷Ä ß

you resolved /

ap. those who place /

¦Œô« ¢Šë

2090

im. pl. fight

2091

im. pl. defend, push back

¦àçŠ Ì®¦Ê

2092

that day

À
  ÷ 

¾È ÀŠ »

2093

nearer

§
É Â ’ë¢È
¦Ì¾à ëŠ

took decision
2072

Part: 4

ú ô Oï¬÷

put their trust
2073

forsook, withdrew help

2074

deceives, acts dishonestly

Mòä 

2094

they sat

2075

deceived, acted dishonestly

MòãŠ

2095

if, had (they)!

2076

pv. is repaid in full 

ç «

2096

they had obeyed

¦ß ¢Š×¢È

2077

condemned, displeased

Ö
Š¼ 
Ç

2097

im. pl. then avert,

¦Ì壃 °È Ì®¢Šç

2078

resort, abode

à ’˜÷

2079

hapless, evil, woeful, vile

¦

Æ 
’ ¥Ž
ÂÐ
÷

2080

journey's end, destination

2081

bestowed favor, showed grace

2082

sent, raised up 

óŠ

then turn away, then ward off
2098

think not, reckon not

2099

pv. (they are) given

ú¦È 
¸«¢Šó
ÀÈ ëŒ ±È Â

provision / sustenance

ú÷

2100

jubilant, rejoicing

®
Š à ¥

2101

they rejoice in

ú · Ž çŠ
ÀÈ ÌÂÂÌ
¦¬È

glad tiding

4th Part
2083

what?

2084

and

1/2

¦óŒ¢ü«úóŠ Ä³æÐû

2102

¢È
ÂÈ

Ruku'
2103

¦Œì¸ 
’ôöóŠ

they did not join
17

v: 16

8

they responded /

¸ï°

¦¥¢´¬ǦÊ

answered

¢ øóŠ

2104

sufficient for us 

ôŠ ’°÷

2105

most excellent trustee/

2085

when

2086

dl. twice (as great)

2087

whence, from where, how

they turned

they became hypocrites

¦ŒìçŠ ¢û

2106

2088

of bounty, grace

im. pl. come

¦óŠ¢à«

2107

2089 

û¢È

¢ü¦È·
òï ’ó¦öàûŽ

guardian

¦¦ôŠ ìŠ û¦Ê
ò‰ ÔçŠ Ì¯É

Surah-2: Aal-e-'Imran

109

2108

makes (you) fear, frightens

»
É ¼ 


2109

partisans, friends, allies

 –ó ÌÂÈ¢

2110

im. pl. fear me

ÀÊ çŒ ¢»

fear (im. pl.):
2111

¦çŒ ¢»

ÀÊ

; me:

ÀÈ ß °Ê ¢È

they vie with
one another, they hasten

Part: 4
2126

 –üŽ’ã¢È

rich, wealthy
(sr.: 

üŽãŠ )

2127

im. pl. taste

¦ëŒ ̯É

2128

burning, fire 

êŽ ·

2129

xg. oppressor, wrong-doer

Æ¿¢Môۊ 

¾¦ß ) ¾¦Žß

slaves, bondsmen (sr.:

portion, share

¢Ü·

2130

2112

offering, sacrifice

we give rein, we grant respite 

ô øû

2131

À¢¥ÂëŒ

2113

devours, consumes, eats

shameful, ignominious 

úŽ ÷

2132

’òïŒ ’˜«

2114

why then

leaves, abandons

°ŠÀ

2133

2115

pv. were denied, were rejected

separates, sets apart,

Ä ø 

2134

2116

2135

ap. giving light,

discriminates

®¦Ž»

ö ô çŠ
§
È OÀïŒ

°ÂÀ ÂüŽ÷

of enlightenment

2117

wicked, bad, evil

fg. taste

good, pure

¤׊

2136

2118

pl. pv. you will be paid in full

lets (you) know 

Þô ’Ø

2137

2119

wages, recompense (sr.:

chooses, elects 

¦Ž¬´

2138

2120

pv. is removed, drawn away

they hoard up /

¾­§ ÈÀŒô¼ 
¦

2139

2121

2140

succeeded, became triumphant

niggardly cling to
2122

ÀÈ ëŒ ؊ 

pv. be hung around

(vn.:

ˆ¨ìŠ Ÿ ¡È¯ 
³¢È)Æ°³ ¢É

18

v: 9

2123

heard

2124

poor, indigent

2125

we

9

¸ï°

Þ ø Ç 
Âì çŠ 
ú¸û

2141

¬
È ÄŽ ·±É
±È ¢Šç

ƱçŠ )

(their) necks
Ruku'

ÀÈ Mç «

comfort, enjoyment, goods

Ƹ¢¬÷

and chattels
2142

illusion, deception

2143

matter of great resolution

°Ì ãŒ
°÷ ˜Œ’ó¦Ê¿Äß

Surah-2: Aal-e-'Imran

110

2144

flung, threw away

2145

behind

2146

backs (vn.:

2147

they have given / brought

2148
2149

v: 9

evil deeds, misdeeds

° ی

2163

im. make us die,

standing

2154

sitting

¢üMç «

take our souls back

Þ ÷

ƨ±È ¢Šè÷

pl. righteous, truly virtuous

Æ°¦Â¥¢È

¸ï°

2166

male 

ÂïŠ ¯È 

óÂÉ¢

2167

female 

°û¢É

§¢¦’ó¢È

2168

pv. were persecuted,

ÀÈ ÌÂÂ ïŒ ’À

2169

movements to and fro

2170

lands, cities

¢÷¢ë
¦Å®à ëŒ
§ü³

sides, reclining 

¤ü³ )

they contemplate / reflect

ÀÈ ÌÂÂMðèŠ ¬

in vain, without meaning and

†× ¢¥

(sr.:

¦ÌÂ¯É Ì¢É

2158

Glory be to Thee

î 
û¢¸¦Ç

2159

you humiliated /

ı­ ª Ä 
»¢È

ap. caller, announcer

¢®Ê ¢ü÷ 

¾ôŠ ¥)
¦

habitation, abode

2172

resting place

2173

gift of welcome

4th Part 3/4
2174

à ’˜÷
Æ®¢ ÷
†Ä û

¦Œó¢ü«úŠó Ä³¸¢¥°¦¨¯
¯

ap. those who

ú à Ë ¢»

humble themselves
2175

im. pl. endure,

¦Ì¦ŽϦÊ

persevere in patience
2176

covered with shame 

¤ôN ìŠ «
®¢Šô¥Ž

2171

purpose

2160

©¢Š Ç

suffered hurt

2153

2157

2162 

¤óŒ)

they remember / recall

2156

 ¡È°ÂÈ

2165

10

2152

(sr.: 

ÂOèïŠ 

¦Ì¾ø ¸

2151

2155

im. remit, efface

with

those who have

(sr.:

2161

2164

to be safe, to be successful
19

ÀŠ ¦û

¦«¢È

(®¿¬

pv. pl. be praised

Ruku'
2150 

 ۊ )

Part: 4

im. pl. outdo others in

¦ÌÂÂ¥Ž¢Ï

endurance, excel in patience

Surah-3: An-Nisaa
2177

111

¦ŒØ¥Ž¦È°

im. pl. strengthen

Part: 4
2192

each other
Ruku'

20

v: 11

^ 

–Èüó¦ɨ°È Ç

`

2193

The Women

2179

spread, scattered

2180

ˆò³ °È )

pl. you demand 

úø )

2194

more likely, suitable

GÌ®¢È

2195

that you (pl.) will not

¦óŒ à«¢Mó¢È

†¢³°Ê

men
(sr.:

M®¥

À¢ø¢È

right hands
(vn.:

Surah-4: An-Nisaa
2178 

ªðŠ ôŠ ÷

possessed (women taken in
bondage, or made prisoners of
war, or purchased are called
malaket-aiman or captives)

¸ï°

11

became the owner,

do injustice
2196

ÀÈ ôŒ  È –È«

dower, marriage portions,
Mahr (sr.: 

Ì©¢Šë¾ Ï

Ƽ¦¾Ï)

(According to Islamic law, it is
incumbent on husbands to offer
gifts in cash or kind to their wives
by way of contract of marriage. It
is known as Sadaqah, Ujr or Mahr)

from one another

¿¢·Ì°¢È

2181

ties of kinship, wombs

2182

watcher, observer

¢¦ ë °È

willingly

orphans 

÷¢¬

2197

2183

with pleasure

sin

¢¥ ·

2198

2184

with good cheer

great

¦Â¦ŽïŠ

2199

2185

¢† Ž ÷

means of support

deal fairly / justly

ˆÖÈë

2200

2186

¢÷¢ë

im. pl. cloth

seemed good, pleased

§
È ¢Š×

2201

2187 

’ï¦É
¦È

to clothe

twos

X’°÷

2202

2188

ƨÈï

im. pl. test, make trial

threes

ª
È ¢Šô¯Œ

2203

2189

¦Œô¬¥¦Ê

orphans (sr.:

fours

¸¢¥°É

2204

2190 

ö ¬ ) 

÷¢¬

they reached / attained

justice

ƾ¾ß

2205

2191

¦äôŠ ¥

2206

found, perceived

Æ 
û ¦

ˆ¨ôŠ ¸ûŽ
˜† üŽÿ

¦

Surah-3: An-Nisaa

112

Part: 4

¦¾Ë°É

2227

one-half, 1/2 

æÐûŽ

im. pl. deliver, hand over

¦àçŠ Ì®¦Ê

2228

one-sixth, 1/6

Ʋ¾ Ç

2209

squandering, extravagantly

¢†ç¦ÂǤÊ

2229

one-third, 1/3

ˆ®ôŒ ¯Œ

2210

in haste

¦Å°¦¾¥Ž

2230

brothers (or sisters)

ƨ»¤Ê

2211

(let him) abstain 

æè à¬Èó

2231

debt, dues

2212

pl. you delivered /

2207

sound judgment, discretion

2208 

ö¬àçŠ ®È

handed over 

ú®È

ÆÀ®É )

(pl.:

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ°¾«¢Šó

pl. you know not

portion, share 

¤ Ð
û

2232

2213

child, son

parents

ÀÊ ¦¾ó ¦ÈÂ

2233 

¾óŠÂÈ

2214

one-fourth, 1/4

pl. those nearest

ÀÈ ¥Â ’ë¢È

2234 

Þ¥°É

2215

2235

one-eighth, 1/8 

úø ¯Œ

2236

deceased man or woman

in relationship
2216

be little, small

MòëŠ

2217

be much, large

 Œ°ïŠ

2218

allotted, ordained

2219

having left neither parent nor
children

¢ÓÌÂ’è÷

2237

brother

division, distribution

ˆ¨ø È ë

2238

sister

2220

near of kin, relatives

9ÂìŒ ’ó¦óŒÂÉ¢

2239

each one, everyone

2221

(let them) fear / beware

Ê 
¼ó

2240

sharers, those who share

2222

justly, appropriate

¦¾¾ Ç

2241

not causing any

2223

blazing fire

¦Âà Ç

Ruku'

1

v: 10

2224

portion

2225

dl. two females

2226

dl. two thirds

12

¸ï°

Ú
K ·
úŽ ¬ü’¯¦Ê
¢Š°ôŒ ¯Œ

ˆ¨óŠ¢ŠôïŠ
Æ­¢È 
ª»¢É

¾
· ¦ÈÂNòïŒ
 –Šï Ë
Ë°¢Ô÷ ÂãŠ

harm / loss
2242

limits imposed by Allah

2243

transgresses

Ruku'
2244

2

v: 4

ʅ¦ɮ̾ ·
¾à ¬

13

those of (women) who

¸ï° 

« ¢Mó¦

Surah-3: An-Nisaa

113

2245

four

2246

im. pl. confine

2247

dl. two persons

2248

im. pl. punish

2249

im. pl. leave them (alone)

2250

oft-returning,

ˆ¨à ¥Ì°¢È

2263

solemn, firm, strong

¢†Üô ãŠ

¦ðŒ ÊÈ÷¢È

2264

past, passed

æ 
ôŠ Ç

ÀÊ ¦ŠÀMó¦

2265

abomination, hateful

¦ÌÂ¯É ¡
¦ÓŽ ߢÈ

Ruku'
2266

¢ø · °M ¢¥¦ «

most merciful, acceptor of
Repentance, dispenser of Grace
2251

ignorance

ˆ¨óŠ¢ ³

2252

forcibly, against will

¢ÿÂïŠ

2253

ni. pl. don't

so that you (pl.) may

3

2267

¦¦ÿ ’À¬ó

open, manifest

2256

im. pl. live or consort

may happen,

vn. to replace 

ª»¢É)

(sr.:

2271

fg. they gave suck

2272

foster 

Èß
̾¦¾¦¬ ǦÊ
À¢Šð÷

2260

sum of money, treasure

°Æ ¢ŠØüë

2261

gave oneself to another, 

Ԓç¢È

ª
»˜Œ’ó¦É©¢ü¥ 
úàÓ 
Ì°¢È

¨ ß ¢Ó Âó¦ú÷ öðŒ «¦» ¢È

sisters (sisters from suckling)
2273

pl. step daughters 

¤Ÿ –¥°È

2274

(under) protection, 

·
°´

guardianship
2275

under your 

öïŒ °Ê ´ 
· ç

protection / guardianship
2276

wives, spouses,

gave in unto each other

Ƽ¢Š° ÷

©¢ øß

ˆ¨ øß )

¦ÌÂÂË ¢ß

place

covenant, pledge, bond

©¦» ¢È

pl. sister's daughters

2259

2262 

ªü¥Ž)

2270

may be possible
2258

©¢ü¥

¨
ü¦÷

with them
2257

K¿¢É)

pl. sisters of father

take away
2255

©¢ ÷¢É

sisters
(sr.:

2269

¸ï°

14

daughters
(sr.:

2268

v: 8

¢¬’ì÷

mothers
(sr.:

¾µ¸ ¦ŒôÔà«¢Šó

keep under constraint
2254

Part: 4

(sr.:

ˆ¨ôŠ ô · )

ò Ÿ–Šô·

Surah-3: An-Nisaa
2277

Ƨ¢ŠôÏ¢È

loins
(sr.:

2278 

¤’ôÏ 
) 

¸÷
©¢üÐ

who have husbands
2280

fg. not fornicators

2288

to debauch,

úüŽÐ
¸÷

those who seek honest

fornicators

2282

dowers, portions

fg. they commit / come

2291

commit sin, doing wrong

Ruku'
2292

4

v: 3 

ªüß
¸ï°

1 

úüÇ

ways, systems
(sr.:

ˆ¨ üÇ )

2293

vain desires, lusts

Ì©¦ Ë

°³ ¢É

2294

incline, turn away

ˆò ÷

2295

with mutual consent,

to afford, have means

¢†ó ׊

believing free women 

¸÷
©¢üÐ

2297

2284
2285

maids, slave-girls

honest, chaste and modest

2298

2299 

¸÷ is derived from úз
©¢üÐ

which means to enter into fort.
The above three words numbered
2279, 2284, and 2286 are the same
but their use conveys the
appropriate meanings).

we shall cast in

þ ô Ðû
¦¦üŽ¬´«

Ƨ¢ü¬ ³¦Ê)

great sins, most heinous
(sr.:

ÆÀ¦È¾ß

Æ ¢ŠôϦÊ)

pl. you avoid, shun

(vn.: 

¸÷
©¢üÐ

women, well fortified

aggression, malicious intent

(vn.:

©¢¬çŠ

ƨ¢¬çŠ )

µ
Ç ¦«úß

with mutual agreement

2283

(

ú «¢È

2290

2296

2286

úÐ
ᢃ

pv. be married,

ú¸
ç ¢È÷

(that is incumbent on husbands to
pay to their wives as per
agreement
at the time of marraige or Nikah).

(sr.:

À¦¾»¢È

secret paramour

wedlock, desiring chastity
2281

©¢¸ç ¢È÷ ÂãŠ

taken in wedlock 

¸ø ’ó¦È ij`
Ì©¢üÐ

married women, those

2287

2289 

ª»¢É)

^ Part :5

Part: 5

úŽ ¬»¢É

dl. two sisters

(sr.:

2279

114

 Ÿ ¢¦ïŠ

ƨ ¦ŽïŠ )
ÀÈ  ü«

2300

pv. pl. you are forbidden

2301

we will remit / efface / expiate 

ÂOèðŠ û

Surah-3: An-Nisaa

115

†» ¾÷

2320

boastful, vainglorious

¢øŽ ïŠ

2321

companion, intimate

¢üŽ ëŠ

¦ üø ¬«¢Šó

2322

what would be?

¦È¯¢÷ 

ó ¦÷

2323

if

Ì©¾ ìŠ ß

2324

so much as the weight of 

öðŒ û¢ø¢È

2325

if

2326

there be

2327

from His own self

2328

we brought

2329

these

2330

be leveled

2331

discourse, fact

2302

gate, entrance

2303

noble, respectable, honorable

2304

ni. pl. covet not,

do not desire
2305

heirs, inheritors

2306

made covenant, pledged

2307

pl. your right hands

Ruku'
2308

5

v: 8

¸ï°

2

ÀÈ ÷ ¦ ëŠ

in charge, overseers,
caretakers

2309
2310

good / righteous women

Part: 5

©¢¸ó ¢Ï
©¢¬ûŽ¢Šë

fg. pl. obedient,

fully devoted
2311

rebellion, refractory conduct

2312

beds

2313

high, exalted

2314

arbitrator, umpire

2315

neighbor

2316

neighbor not of kin, 

û
±Ì

Þ ³Ž ¢Ô÷
¢ ô ß

Ruku'
2332

companion,

2319

proud, arrogant

ÌÀ¤Ê 
î«
þ û¾ Móú÷
¢ü’ ³Ž
 Ê –Šóš ÿ

6 


ÃÈ
¢†°¾ ·

v: 9

ni. pl. draw not

¸ï°

3 

’ì«¢Šó
§°¼ ¦¥Â
¦

2333

intoxicated, drunken

Æ°¢³

à °¢ŠðÇ

2334

vn. state of pollution

¢¦ü³

¤
Ž ü´’ó¦Ê°¢³

fellow traveler
traveler, way farer

̾¢Šì’°÷

¢øðŠ ·

¤
Ž ü´ 
’󢎥Ž¤· ¢Ï

2318 

óŠ

near, approach not

caused by ejaculation or
intercourse

distant neighbor
2317

¦Å°¼çŠ

ò¦Ž Èó¦ú¥¦Ê
¢†ó¢¬¼÷

2335

journeying, passers by

2336

pl. you take bath

2337

ill, sick
(sr.: 

ÒŽ ÷ )

ÌÄŽ ¥Ž¢ß

¾²¹ ¦ôŒ ÊȬä« 

ÓÂ÷

Surah-3: An-Nisaa

116

2338

closets, (toilets)

ˆÖŸ ¢Šã

2339

pl. you touched, 

ö¬È÷ ¢Šó

(did intercourse)

Part: 5
2357

°¢¥Ì®¢È

backs 

Â¥®É )

(sr.:

ª
¦ Èó¦ɧ¢¸Ï¢È

people of Sabbath

pl. you make tayammum

¦ø ø«

2358

2340

executed, carried out

soil, sand 

¦¾ à Ï

2359

2341

¢¦׊

2360

save that, besides that 

÷¦Ê
¦¸È

2361

invented, fabricated

ÆÁ³ ÂÉ

2362

husk of a date-stone,

2342

clean (good)

2343

im. pl. rub therewith

2344

pl. faces

2345

benign, pardoning

2346

they change / 

Œèß 

ÀÈ Œç¸

pervert / displace
2347

(sr.:
2348

Þ Ó¦÷

context, (places) 

ÞÓ
÷ )

¦

¢ü Ð 
ß 
Þø ǦÊ

2349

im. hear

2350

not made to hearing

2351

vn. twisting, distorting

2352

tongues

2353

މ ø È÷ ãŠ

Ruku'

groove on a date-stone,

¢Šô¬ çŠ
¸ï°

ª
¦³Ž
¦Âì û

speck, farthing 

ª´ 
Ô
û

fg. consumed,

burnt up, roasted
2366

skins (sr.: 

¾’ô³Ž )

5th Part 1/4

¢üà׊

2354

more upright, more proper

¿É ’ë¢È

2355

we will destroy /

®®° M®Âû

4

2364

vn. slandering, taunting

we turn (them)

v: 8

idols, superstitions

ˆ¨üÊȒó¢È

2356

7

2363

2367

efface

à ¬’ç¦Ê

i.e., the least

¢ óŠ

’Øû
²¿¶ Æø

î 
ó ¯ÈÀÌ®É
¦

2365

we disobeyed

¢†ó à’è÷

Æ®ôŒ ³

Ì©¢üиø’ó¦È ijޥ°

forever

¦¾¥¢È

2368

shadow, shade 

Û

2369

plenteous shadow,

†ô ۊ

dark shade
2370

pl. you restore / render back

2371

excellent

2372

those in authority

¦ÌÂN®š «
¢ øà ûŽ

Ž ÷˜Š’ó¦ óÂÉ¢

Surah 4: An-Nisaa
2373

117

†Ê’˜«

vn. interpretation

Ruku'

8

v: 9

2374

they claim / assert

2375

they go / resort

¸ï°

5
¿ ¸ ±

Part: 5

¦ÌŒÀ»

2392

im. pl. take

2393

precautionary measures 

ÈÀøßÄ

Æ°’À ·

for security

¦øïŠ ¢¸¬

2394

im. pl. advance,

° » À 

¦ÌÂÂè ûʦ

go forth, proceed

together for judgment
aversion, to turn away

¦Å®Ì¾Ï

2395

2376

in detachment, separately

Æ©¢¦Œ¯

they swear

ÈÀŒèô ¸

2396

2377

lags behind, tarries behind

úŠ Oئ

not, (if)

ÌÀʤ

2397

2378

vn. to delay / lag behind

concord, harmony

¢†ì ç «

2398

2379

unto me, upon me

im. leave (them) alone

̵ŽÂßÈ¢

2399

2380

friendship, love, affection

ƨM®÷

im. admonish

’Ú ß

2400

2381

Oh! would that I had been 

Žü¬ Šó¢

effective word

¢ä ô¥†Šë

2401

2382

vn. success, achievement

but nay! by Your Lord 

î¥È°È¢ŠôŠç

2402

2383

they sell / trade

ÈÀÌÂÂÌ

disputed, disagreed 

´Ë

2403

2384

what ails you, 

öŒðŠó¢÷

ˆ¨Š  ئ« 
Šôß

ƱŠç

what happened to you

2385

dislike, resistance, bar

¢³Â·

2386

you decided / decreed 

ª Ԋë

children

they submit / surrender

¦øOôÈ 


2405

2387

its inhabitants

with entire submission

¢ø ôÈ«

2406

2388

from Thyself

firmly, strongly

¢¬ Ž¦’°«

2407

2389

î 
û¾Móú ÷

strategy, craft

truthful (people) 

ú ì¾ Ï

2408

2390 

¾ Šï

2391

companion

Ruku'

9

v: 11

¢†ì çÈ°
6

¸ï°

2404

pp. those who are made 

ú è à Ô¬È÷

feeble / weak / utterly helpless

Ruku'

10

ÆÀ¦¾’óÊÂ

v: 6

¢ ŒôÿÈ¢

7

2409

im. pl. withhold, hold back

2410

fear

¸ï°

¦NèŒï
ˆ¨Ì» 

117

Surah 4: An-Nisaa

118

Part: 5

2411

why not

¢ŠóŠó

2431

very strong, hard enough

¾ËÈ¢

2412

respite, a term, a while

ˆò³È¢

2432

battle, conflict

Ʋ’˜¥

2413

equivalent to a piece

† ¬Šç

2433

stronger in

of thread, least
2414

wheresoever

2415

overtakes, finds out

2416

towers, fortresses

2417

lofty, high, fortified

2418

so what ails,

inflicting punishment

½ ° ®

¢øüÈ¢

2434

portion, part

ˆò’è ï 

̽ʰ¾

2435

greetings

ˆ¨ ¸«

Æ«ÌÂÂ¥
ƨ¾ Ì 

ʾ¢øŠç

so what happened
2419

2421

they understand (vn.:

Ruku'
5th Part
2436

11

v: 11

1/2

©
Ì ¢
üÐ 
¸ 
ø 
ó’ ¦È
Â

they join / meet /

ÈÀŒôÐ


ˆ¨’ì ç) ÈÀ Šì’è

2438

fg. restricting, restraining

ˆ¨ߢŠ×

2439

gave power / dominion

seek refuge

Ruku'

12

v: 4

9

2440

ÈÀ¬¦

2441

neck, (slave)

they ponder / think deeply

ÈÀÌÂÂ ¥¾ ¬

2442

blood money paid as

verily they would

¦Ì¾³  Šó

planned at night time

2423

they plan at night

2424
2425

have found

æÐû 

ƊïÌ°È¢ 

ª ¥

2422 

 Ä³

turned back, overthrown

2437

obedience

¸ï°

8

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ®¢Šð¢Šó

they do not
come near to

2420

† ðü«

̩ з
ŠÖMôÇ
¸ï° 

Ž¸«

to set free

ˆ¨¦ŠëÈ°
ˆ¨Ê®

compensation to victim's relatives
2443

(paid) fully

ˆ¨ø MôÈ 

2426

they propagate / spread

¦ߦȯȢ

2444

dl. two months (sr.:

2427

they elicit / investigate

ÈÀŒØ¦Žü¬È

2445

dl. consecutive, continuous

2428

im. persuade, urge

̵·

2446

purposely, intentionally

2429

it may be, perchance 

Èß

¦¾øà¬÷

2447

pl. you went forth (to fight) 

ö¬¥ÂÓ

2430

will restrain / withhold

æŒð 

 Ë) ú Ë
úàŽ¥¢¬¬÷

marched forth 

118

Surah 4: An-Nisaa
2448

119

Part: 5 

ì’óÈ¢

offered

for safety, 2393
your baggage 

öŒð¬ à ¬ ÷È¢

2449

you are not 

ªȊó

2467

to attack, swoop

profits, perishable goods

ƵÂß

2468

2450 

öŽû¢ä÷

2469

at once, suddenly

ÌĎ¬È¢Šó

2470

rain

Ê° Ôó¦ óÂɢŠã

2471

that you lay down

¦àÔ 
«ÌÀÈ¢

2472

pl. you are secure, 

ö¬üû’˜ø’×ʦ

2451

plunders, gains

2452

equals not

2453

other than those

who have a disabling hurt
Ruku'
2454

13

v: 5

¸ï°

10 

ç«

caused to die, gave death

2455

in what state, in what manner

2456

strategy, devise a plan

2457

spacious area

2458
2459

ˆ¨Šô ·

¨¾ ·¦È 
ŠØ÷

you feel safe from danger
2473

pl. you are

¿ ¾ ¦

2474

ÈÀ³«

pl. you hope

Ruku'

15

v: 4

showed

to get

ƽ̰Ȯ

2476

ap. breachers of trust,

became due / incumbent 

ފëÈÂ

v: 4

pl. you shorten /

° ´ ¼

¦

°È¢ 

ú Žü Ÿ¢»

treacherous

¢ø л

2477

quarrel, supporter, pleader

2478

ni. do not dispute / plead

2479

they deceive / defraud 

ú ¬’è

ÈÀû¢¬¼

2480

disloyal, trust breacher

ª 
üŒï

¢û¦ »

2481

sinful, sinner 

öŒì«

2482

they hide / feel ashamed

ˆ¨¸ ôÇÈ¢

2483

they make conspiracy

¸ï°

11

¸ï°

12

2475

14 

ÈÀø󊒘«

undergoing sufferings, hardships

¢øŠã¦Â÷

Ruku'
2460

¢ø ç

ˆ¨Šô ÷ 

¦ÌÂÂВì«

curtail
2461

puts in distress

2462

you were

2463

let it stand up / stand by

2464

arms, weapons

2465

let it come up

Ê©’˜«

2466

precautionary measures

Æ°’À ·

À © »

̾ʮ¢´«¢Šó

¢ø ¯È¢
ÈÀŒè¼¬È
ÈÀ¬¦

by night
2484

blames, accuses

Ê¿Â 

119

Surah 4: An-Nisaa

120

¢† ŽÂ¥

2485

innocent

2486

carried (burden),

Šòø¬·Ê¦

accepted blame
Ruku'

16

v: 8

fg. resolved, intended

2488

taught

5th Part

3/4

2503

Ì©¢
üиø’ó¦ÈÂ

† ô»

friend

Ruku'

18

v: 11

¸ï°

15

2504

they consult / ask for decree 

ª øÿ

2505

pl. you desire 

öMôß

2506

husband 

2507

fg. made to be present /

¸ï°

13

2487

Part: 5 

 Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦

¨¯

ÈÀ¬’è¬È

ÈÀ¦ãŠ «
ˆòà¥

¯

Ì©Â Ô·É¢

swayed

2489

secret conference

à ´û

2508

greed, miserliness, selfishness

2490

opposes, contends 

êë ¢Ì

2509

pl. you wished/ desired/

2491

we will make him enter

¦

þ ôÐû

2492

17

v:3

¸ï°

14 

î ó¯ÈÀÌÂÉ®¢÷

besides that,
other than that

2493

female idols, goddesses

¢†¯¢ûʤ

2510

pp. hanging, in suspension

ˆ¨ìŠ Môà ÷

2511

you also / too 

öŒï¢ ʤ

2512

praise worthy

¦¾ ø·

2513

produces, brings forth

2494

rebellious

¦¾ŽÂ÷

2495

they will cut (slit)

úŒð¬¦

2514

nearer

2496

ears (sr.:

ÆÀɯɢ)

ÆÀ¦È¯ ¦

2515

the passion, the lust

2497

pl. cattle (sr.:

Æ¿¢àûÈ¢

2516

pl. you lapse / incline

2498

deception, beguile,

¦Å°ÌÂŒã

2517

they increased / exceeded 

öàû) 

ö¬Ï·

coveted

¦

Ruku'

¶ Ìó¦

Ruku'

19

v: 8

16

Ê©’˜
¸ï°

DÌÂÈ¢
à  ’ó¦
¦

¦

vain desires
escape, refuge

¢Ð ¸÷

2518

2499

they engage in talk

more true

ɼ¾ÏÈ¢

2519

2500

conversation, talk

2501

words, speech

† ë

2502

little bit, least

¦Â ìû

(pl.:
2520

ÌÂ’ô«
¦ÌÂÉ®¦È®Ì±Ê¦
¦Ó ¼
ˆ® ¾·

®Ê®¢·È¢)

they wait and watch

ÈÀÐ ¥Â ¬ 

120

Surah 4: An-Nisaa

121

Part: 6
we forgave / pardoned

we overcome / protect

̯Ž¸¬Èû

2536

2521

ni. pl. transgress not,

we defend / 

öŒðàüøû

2537

2522

¸ À ¿

guard you
Ruku'

20

v: 7

¸ï°

17

D¢Ȍï

2523

languidly, lazily, reluctantly

2524

those who sway / waver 

ú ¥ŽÀŠ ¥ÀŠ ÷

2525

authority, warrant, proof

ÆÀ¢ŠØ’ôÇ

2526

clear proof,

¢ü Ž¦ ÷¢û¢ŠØ’ôÇ 

¤’ôÏ

2538

to crucify

2539

pv. made doubtful /

2540

ap. those who give or pay

Ruku'
2541

22

v: 10

lowest, deep

vn. to speak

made pure / sincere

¦ÐôŠ »È¢

2543

2529

ap. those who give

what will (he) do? / gain?

Œòà ’è¢÷

2544

2530

powerful

Ruku'

21

v: 11

1

2534

manifestly, plainly, openly

2535

storm of lightening,
thunderbolt

¸ï°

´ ´ ¼ 

¢üÐЊë

narrated

¢ø ô’ð« 
úŽÂ̦÷

good news or glad tidings 

úÊ°À ü÷

ap. warners

2546

argument, plea

ˆ¨ ´·

2547

road, way 

êŽÂŠ× 

 ³

2548

easy

¦ÂÊÈ

¦Â ¾Šë

2549

ni. pl. don't exaggerate /

¢ì·

truly, in truth

we mentioned /

ÈÀ«š÷

2545

Ʌ¦ ¤ ¸¢Šó Ä³`

2532
2533

2542

ŒòèŠ ÇÈ¢

to say loudly, to shout 

þ¦Ë

°¥È±

of Prophet David X

2528

2531

2

Book of Psalms

the rank

^ Part:6

Á § ³

dubious

2527

(Note: A verb has different meanings
depending upon the context. To acquaint
the readers with different meanings, we
have repeated the words in this Lughat.)

¦Ì¾ૢŠó

violate not the limit, do not exceed

manifest authority

ɽ̰ ¾ó¦

¢û Šèß

¦Œôä«¢Šó

exceed

ˆ¨ø ôŠï

2550

word

ƨÂ ³

2551

conveyed, bestowed, cast 

ì’óÈ¢

ˆ¨Šì ߢÏ

2552

three

ˆ¨Š¯¢ŠôŠ¯

2553

im. pl. cease, desist

¸ï°

¦ ¬ûʦ 

121

Surah 5: Al-Maaidah
Ruku'
2554

23

122

v: 9

he will not

¸ï°

3

» ½ À

2565 

æ ðü¬ÈúŠó

disdain, will not feel too proud to
2555

Part: 6

Æ»¢Šðü ¬Çʦ

vn. to disdain,

profane
2566

monuments, symbols

2567

the sacred month

2568

offerings, animals

ÆÀ¢ÿÂ¥

proof, argument

2557

they ask for a legal decision,

ÈÀ¬’è¬È
À¢Š°ŒôŒ¯

two-third, 2/3

2569

Ruku'

24

v:6

¸ï°

4

¨¾ Ÿ¢Šm¦ɨȰÇ

^

2570

2571

2572

2560
2561

Æ®Œìß 

¾’ìß)
ˆ¨ø Ž ¥

beast

Æ¿¢àûÈ¢

cattle

É¿¦Â¸’ó¦ª ¦’ó¦

the sacred house, 

ö¬’ôŠô·

you put off Ihram,

you went out of sacred territory

Surah 5: Al-Maaidah

covenants (sr.:

¦

the inviolable house, (Ka'bah)

`

obligations, undertakings, 

ú ÷ ¦

ap. those resorting /

intending to go

The Table Spread

2559

¾ Ÿ–ŠôŠë

collars or garlands put

around the necks of the animals
meant for sacrifice.

®ŒôŒ¯)

(sr.: one-third or 1/3:

Éľ ’ó¦

brought for sacrifice

they seek a decree
2558 

Ÿ –àË

É¿¦Â¸’ó¦Â Ìó¦

to regard with contempt
2556

¦Nô ¸«¢Šó

ni. pl. do not violate / 

Oô ¸÷Šã

2562

unlawful, forbidden

2563

hunting 

¾ Ï

2564

be in the state of pilgrimage

ƿ·

(Hajj or Umrah) under Ihraam.
In this state, two unstitched sheets
of white cloth are worn by male
pilgrims.

2573

im. pl. you may hunt

2574

vn. to hunt

2575

let (it) not

¦ÌÂÉ®¢ŠØÏʦ
® Ä ´ 

Æ®¢ŠØÏʦ 

öŒð ü÷ Ž ´¢Šó

provoke you

ÉÀ ¢üË
¦

2576

hatred, malice, enmity

2577

im. pl. you help one another,

¦ûÈ¢à«

you cooperate
2578

transgression, enmity

6th Part

2579

1/4

dead, carrion

ÆÀ¦È¾ß

…¦ ¤ ¸¢Šó Ä³Þ¥°

ˆ¨¬ ÷ 

122

Surah 5: Al-Maaidah
2580

123

Part: 6

Æ¿È®

blood

2581

flesh, meat 

ö¸Šó

2582

swine, pig 

ÂŽÄü »

2583

over which a name

Mò ÿÉ¢

is invoked, dedicated, consecrated

an inclination
2598

inflict wound
2599 

ú ¦ŽOôðŠ ÷

animals trained for,
hunting hounds

2600

they held / caught 

ú’ðÈ÷È¢

2584

pp. strangled

ˆ¨ìŠ üŽ¼ 
ü÷

2601

virtuous / chaste women

2585

pp. beaten to death

ƨȯŒë ÷

2602

those who take

2586

pp. dead after falling

ˆ¨O®Â ¬÷

from height
2587

killed by goring of horns

ˆ¨¸ Øû

2588

the beast, the wild animal 

Þ¦ Èó¦

pl. you purified / cleaned 

ö¬ Mïȯ

2589

(made lawful by slaughtering in
the name of Allah while
it is still alive).
2590 

¶Ž¥É¯

slaughtered,
slit the throat of an animal

2591
2592
2593 

¤Ðû

place of idols, altars
pl. you try the luck

¦øÊȒì¬È«

divination devices (dices,

Æ¿¢Šó̱Ȣ

arrows, etc., to know one's
luck or fortune)
2594

despaired, lost all hopes

2595

is driven / forced to

2596
2597 

Æ  

¬Ê°¦³

those who cause injury,

Ç©¢üи÷
ÌÄÀ ¼
¬÷

(Actually it was 

úÀ ¼
¬÷ ,

but because it is

»¢Ô÷ ,

the last
Ruku' 

À is dropped.)

1

v: 5

5

¸ï°

2603

you stand / prepare 

ö¬øŒë

2604

both the hands

ÌÄ ¾È¢

2605

pl. elbows 

ê ç¦Â÷

2606

pl. heads

Ʋɠɰ

2607

feet
(sr.:

ˆò³Ì°È¢
ˆò³Ê°)

2608

dl. ankles

2609

state of pollution caused by

Žú ¦àŠï
¢¦ü³

ejaculation or intercourse

ŒØÓɦ

2610

privy, toilet

extreme hunger

ˆ¨Ðø¼÷

2611

you touched,

one who has 

æŽû¢´¬÷

ˆÖ Ÿ–Šã 
ö¬È÷¢Šó

(did intercourse) 

123

Surah 5: Al-Maaidah

124

Part: 6

2612

ratified (covenant) 

ꊯ¦ÈÂ

2630

destroys

2613

blazing fire, (hell) 

ö ¸³

2631

we

2614

intended

öÿ

2632

sons (sr.:

2615

they stretch out

¦ŒØȦ

2633

beloved ones

2616

withheld, held back

æŠï

2634

so why, why then

2635

mortal, man 

ÂÌ¥

2636

an interval

ƨ¬Šç

Ruku'

2

v: 6

¸ï°

6 

ÂÌßü’¯Ê¦

2617

twelve

2618

chiefs, wardens

2619

pl. you support (it) with

¢¦ ìû
¦ø«Ì° Äß

might, you strengthen (it)
2620
2621
2622

to breach / break
you will not cease to
you will get information, 

Ғìû
ɾ¦Ä«¢Šó 
Þô MØ«

you will find / discover 

î ô  
ú¸û 
ú¥Ê¦)

É –ü¥È¢
É£– ¦ ·È¢ 
ö ôŠç

(between two messengers)
Ruku'

3

v: 8

¸ï°

7

Ê©šöŠó

2637

pv. was not given

2638

holy

2639

ni. pl. do not turn back

2640

pl. you will be overthrown

¦¦ô ìŠ ü« 
úÊ°¢ ¦³

̲ ¾Šì÷
¦Ì ¾«Â«¢Šó

2623

im. overlook 

¶ŠèÏʦ

2641

those of exceeding strength

2624

we have stirred up,

¢ü’ãÈ¢

2642

dl. two men

È»Ç

2643

the gate, the door

ÈÀàüÐ

2644

never, forever

ˆò¦Ç

2645

till they remain,

we have caused
2625

nearly, soon

2626

they do, handiwork

2627

paths, ways
(sr.:

ˆò Ž¦Ç)

2628

peace, salvation

2629

who has power

ÊÀ¢Šô³È°
ɧ¢¦’ó¦
¦¾¥È¢
¦÷¦È®¢÷

as long as they remain
2646

im. go

¿¢ŠôÇ

2647

im. dl. fight 

îô ø ú÷

2648

here 

¤ÿ̯ʦ
¢Šô «¢Šë
¢üÿ¢ÿ 

124

Surah 5: Al-Maaidah

125

Part: 6 

îô ÷È¢¢Šó

2666

your hand 

ÊȒèû

2667

ap. one who stretches

ˆÖ Ç¢¥

my brother 

»È¢

2668

you draw on yourself

È ¦«

2652

im. separate

̼’çɦ

2669

you would be,

2653

pp. forbidden

ˆ¨÷ ¸ 

fg. induced, made pleasant

forty 

ú à¥Ì°È¢

2670

2654

became

year

ˆ¨üÇ

2671

2655

sent

2649

I have no control / power

2650

myself

2651

Ƚ¾

ÉÀŒð«

you will become 

ªß Š× 
¶¦ÏÈ¢
Š®à¥

2656

they shall wander / roam

ÈÀ  ¬

2672

raven, (crow)

Ƨ¦Œã

ni. grieve not, sorrow not

Ȳ’˜«¢Šó

2673

2657

¸ï°

2674

scratches

Œ®¸ 
¦

Œò«¦ÈÂ

2675

hide, conceal

ÌÄÊ°¦

¢¦û

2676

corpse, dead body

2677

woe unto me

UŠôÈ¢

2678

am I unable /

É©Ä´ßÈ¢

Ruku'

4

v: 7

8

2658

im. and recite, and convey

2659

tale, story (news)
(pl.:

2660

Æ ¢¦ûÈ¢) 
ü¥Ê¦

two sons
(sr.: 

ú¥Ê¦ )
¢¥ Šë

2680

I may hide / conceal

ÈÄÊ°¦ÈÂÉ¢

2681

ap. those full of regrets, 

ú ÷Ê®¢û

2662

sacrifice, offering

¢û¢¥Œë

2663

pv. was accepted

Šò¦Œì«

6 Part

2664
2665

you stretched
towards me

ÈÀŒïÈ¢

I become

dl. they offered

1/2

too weak to
2679

2661

th

ɨ¢ÈÇ

…¦ ¤ ¸¢Šó Ä³æÐû

remorseful (sr.:

Æ¿Ê®¢û) 
î ó ¯Žò³È¢
¦

2682

(for) that cause / reason

ª’ØÈ¥

2683

as if 

Šóʤ

2684

ap. those committing

¢ø ûŠ˜Šï
ÈÀŒçŽ È÷

excesses 

125

Surah 5: Al-Maaidah

126

Part: 6 

ÈÀ¥Ê°¢¸

2702

priests, rabbis, scholars

ÈÀàÈ

2703

eye 

ú ß

ÈÀ¦MôÐ 


2704

nose 

æûÈ¢ 

ÞMØìŠ «

2705

ear

ÆÀɯɢ

opposite side, alternate

È»¢Šô »

2706

tooth

ú Ç

2690

pv. are expelled, exiled

ÀŠèü

2707

pl. wounds

Ƭ̳

2691

pl. you get power,

¦ÌÂÉ° ¾’ì«

2708

just retribution,

Æ´¢Ð ë

2685

they wage war

2686

they strive / endeavor

2687

pv. are crucified

2688

pv. are cut off

2689

§ ° ¬

¸ ¶ ¼

law of equality

you overpower
Ruku'

5

v: 8

Æ°¢¦·È¢

¸ï°

9

2709

expiation, atonement

ƨȰ¢MèŠï

2710

we caused to follow,

¢ü MèŠë

2692

way of approach, means

Š¨Šô ÇÈÂ

2693

mg. thief

Ƽʰ¢Ç

2711

footsteps, footprints

2694

fg. thief

ˆ¨ŠëÊ°¢Ç

2712

watcher

2695

deterrent, example

†¢Šðû

¢ü ø  ÷

2713

law, Shariat

2696

mouths

ÆÁ¦’çÈ¢

ˆ¨ß Ë

2714

traced-out way,

ÆÁŠç)

(sr.:
2697

eager listeners

2698

others

2699

those who

ÈÀߢ øÇ 
úŽÂ» ¦
¦

¾ ½ ¦

2700

forbidden things, illicit

2701

they seek judgment
6

v: 9

Æ°¢Š¯ ¦
¦

¢³¢ ü ÷

course of action 

ÈÀŒó¢MïÈ¢

swallow greedily

Ruku'

we sent (after) 

ª¸Ç

2715

Ruku'

¸ï°

7

v: 7

11

2716

turns (for friendship)

2717

change, turn (of fortune)

2718

they took oath,

ÈÀøOð¸ 

10

Æ©¦Â»

good works, virtues

¸ï°

M¾¬
ƨ Ÿ¡È®
¦øÈ 
’ëÈ¢

they swore
2719

forcible, solemn

2720

their oaths 

¾ ³ 
öŽ Žû¢øÈ¢ 

126

Surah 5: Al-Maaidah

6th Part
2721

3/4

127

…¦ ¤ ¸¢Šó  

 Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦

¨¯

¯

¾«Â

becomes renegade,
will turn back

Part: 6

ÈÀ Žû¢ ¥È°

2737

rabbis, men of God

2738

priests, scholars

2739

pp. are fettered, tied up

É°¢¦·È¢
ˆ¨Šó Œôä÷

2722

humble, lowly

¨MóʯȢ

2740

fg. pv. is shackled / tied up

2723

stern, mighty

¨ Ä ßÈ¢

2741

dl. wide spread,

2724

blame, reproach, censure

ˆ¨÷ Šó

2725
2726

ö Ÿ¢Šó

ap. one who censures / blames

ƧÄ ·

party, group

§¦Ä·È¢)

(pl.:
Ruku'

8

v: 6

2727

play, sport

2728

you call / proclaim

2729

you find fault,

12

¸ï°

¢¦ àŠó

2730

shall I inform you   § À 

öŒðŒ ¦ûÉ¢’òÿ
ƨȮ ë

2735
2736

Ʈ ë)
Âʱ¢ü»
¢û¢Šð ÷ÂË

most strayed one, further astray
why not

they lighted / kindled fire

2744

war, battle

2745

extinguished

2746

we effaced / remitted /

NòÓÈ¢

¢ŠóŠó

¢ü Šì’óÈ¢
¦ÌÂ¾ëŠ ÌÂÈ¢
Ƨ·
Š˜Šè’×È¢
¢ûÂMèŠï

expiated

evil, vile

pl. monkeys, apes

worse in rank

2743

2748

2732

2734

we have cast / placed

ÈÀøì ü«
ˆ¨¥ Œ°÷

pl. pigs, swines

2742

moderate, on right course

retribution, recompense

2733

stretched out

2747

2731

(sr.:

ÊÀ¢¬Š× Ȧ÷ 

ö¬È®¢û

you disapprove 

ªMôŒã

Ruku'
2749

9

ƨ¾ Ð
¬’ì÷
È –Ç

v: 10

¸ï°

13 

öÐ
à

will protect
(vn.:

ˆ¨øÐ ß) 
ö¬Ȋó

2750

you are not

2751

you establish / stand fast by

¦ø ì «

2752

ni. pl. grieve / sorrow not

Ȳ’˜«¢Šó

2753

they became Jews

2754

Sabians

2755

desired not

¦ÌÂÉ®¢ÿ
ÈÀŒ ¥Ž¢Ï
à  «¢Šó
¦ 

127

Surah 5: Al-Maaidah

128

Part: 7

¦¦ÊÈ·

2775

you will surely find

they became blind

¦øß

2776

affection

2758

they became deaf

¦ øÏ

2777

priests, those devoted

2759

the third of three

¨Š¯¢ŠôŠ¯Œ®ó ¢Š¯

2756

they thought / counted on

2757

ˆ¨Šì¾ Ï

2760

truthful / saintly woman

2761

dl. they used to eat

2762

im. see, look

2763

pv. they are turned away /

ÊÀ¢ŠôŒï’˜¢û¢Šï 
ŒÜûɦ
ÈÀŒðçŠ š

deluded away from the truth
Ruku'

10

v: 11

¸ï°

14

ú à Œó

2764

pv. were cursed

2765

by the tongue

2766

they rebelled / disobeyed

2767

ÊÀ¢È óôß
¦Ðß
ÈÀ̾¬à

they transgress /
exceed the limit

2768

Æ ¡¾ ¬ßʦ

vn. to transgress,

to exceed the limit
2769

they do not forbid /

ÈÀÿ¢ü¬¢Šó

restrain one another

ƨM®÷ 
ú ÊÈÈ ë

to learning
2778

¢û¢¦ÿÉ°

monks, those

who have renounced the world

¦à øǦȯʤÈ ij`

^ Part:7
2779

they heard / listened

¦àø Ç

2780

their eyes 

ö üßÈ¢

2781

fg. overflows

2781a

tears

2782

rewarded

Ruku'
2783

11

µ Ä » 

Ò è« 
Þ÷È®
ȧ¢Š¯È¢

v: 9

1

ni. pl. forbid not,

¸ï°

¦÷¸«¢Šó

do not make unlawful
2784

pl. good, pure

2785

vain, void

2786

oaths

2787

you made a knot,

surely evil, surely bad 

ƒ Ž¦Šó

2771

you (will) see

à «

2772

they make friends, they ally

ÈÀMó ¬

2788

vn. to feed (others)

2773

sent on before, sent forward 

ª÷ ¾Šë

2789

average, more or

2774

condemned, incensed

ŠÖ ¼Ç

2770

MÀ¾Ž´¬Šó

¦

Æ©¢¦Š× 
äŠó
ÆÀ¢øÈ¢ 
ö «¾Mìß

you made binding

É¿¢à’×ʤ
ÖÇÌÂÈ¢

less the same 

128

Surah 5: Al-Maaidah

129 

ö¬’èŠô·

2790

you have sworn

2791

idols, altars

2792

infamy, abomination,

2809 

Þë  

2810

will cast, put

2794

what? will you? (interrogative)

’òÿ

ÈÀ ¬ü÷

those who abstain from,
desist 

ö¬ Mó «

im. you turned away

Ruku'

12

v: 7

¸ï°

2

fg. she-camel with split ears

ƨ ¸¥

set free in honor of some idol-gods 

Ƴʰ

2793

2796

2808

Ƨ¢ÐûÈ¢

loathsome

2795

Part: 7

ˆ¨¦ Ÿ–Ç

fg. she-camel set free in
honor of idol-gods
fg. she-camel which gives

ˆ¨Šô ÏÈÂ

birth to two females and freed
in the name of idol-gods.
2811

Æ¿¢·

stallion camel
freed from work

2812

enough for us

¢ü¦È·

2813

we found

¢û¾³ÈÂ
ÊÀ¢ü’¯Ê¦

mg. two

hunting 

¾ Ï

2814

2797

you detain / stop / withold

to reach, to take, to grasp

ɾ¢ü«

2815

2798

you doubted

spears, weapons

Ƭ¢÷Ê°

2816

2799 

ö¬¦«Ì°Ê¦ 

öàû

2817

sinful people, sinners 

ú ø ¯ ¦

Ǿ¾ߦÈÂȯ

2818

ascertained, get known

 ° ß

2819

dl. they became entitled

¨¦àŠð’ó¦Šâ ó¢¥

¢M츬Çʦ

2820

dl. two (persons) nearest in kin

Ⱦ¢¥ÈÂ

2821

more likely, more suitable

È®¢ß

2822

pv. will be refuted

2800

cattle (domestic) animals

2801

two (persons) known
for justice

2802

to be brought to Ka'ba

2803

evil consequences, penalty

2804

returned, repeated

2805

traveler, seafarer

2806

hunting on land

2807

the sacred /

ƨȰ¢ Ç

13

v: 7

¦

ÊÀ¢ŠóÌÂÈ¢

Ruku'

14

v: 8

G̮Ȣ
N®Â «

4 

¦’ó¦¾ Ï

2823

what, how

É¿¦Â¸’ó¦ª ¦’ó¦

2824

pv. you were replied,

¸ï°

¦È¯¢÷ 
ö¬¦Ž³É¢

the response you received

inviolable house
Ruku'

ÈÀȦŽ¸«

3

¸ï°

2825

cradle 

¾ ÷ 

129

Surah 6: Al-An'aam

† Šï

2826

maturity

2827

clay

2828

the likeness of

2829

130

Part: 7
2840 

ú ×

fixed term, 

øÈ ÷ˆò³È¢

appointed time

ÈÀ̬ø«

¨Š   Šï

2841

you doubt 

ºŒèü«

2842

ap. those who turn away

soon, in time

È»Ç

you breath into 

ú Ó
Ž à÷

2830

you heal

ɥŽ ¦«

2843

tidings, news

É –¦ûÈ¢

born blind, blind since birth 

þø’ïÈ¢

2844

2831

ȴ¥Ȣ

2845

time, age, era, generation

ÀŠë 

ª’èèŠ ïŠ

2846

we had established,

¢ üMð÷

2832

leper, leprosy patient

2833

I restrained

2834

table spread with food

Ruku'

¦àø Ç ¦È¯Ê¤È ijޥ°

1/4

7th Part

15

ƨ¾ Ÿ–÷

v: 7

we gave place
2847

established, placed

2848

rain in abundance

2849

streams, rivers

¸ï°

5 

úMð÷
¦Å°¦È°¾ ÷
Æ°¢ ûÈ¢

sins

I did not speak / say 

ª’ôŒë¢÷

2850

Ƨûɯ

2835

we raised

while I dwelt, 

ª÷É®¢÷

2851

¢û’˜ÌûÈ¢

2836

2852

parchment, paper 

¤ ëÈ°

2853

touched, felt 

ÆøŠó

ƱŠç

2854

angel 

îŠô÷

so long as I stayed
2837

observer, watcher

2838

triumph, achievement

Ruku'

16

v: 5

¸ï°

6

¿¢àûŠ˜’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

2855

`

Surah 6: Al-An'aam
they hold (others as) equal,
they ascribe rivals

ˆ¨Šð Ÿ 
÷)

we have confused /

¢üȦŠó

obscured / confounded

The Cattle

2839

(pl.:

Ʋ¢Š× ë

ÈÀŒó¾ à

2856

they confuse (themselves),

ÈÀȦŽ’ô

they obscure
2857

surrounded, overwhelmed

2858

they scoffed

ȼ¢·
¦Ì¼
Ç 

130

Surah 6: Al-An'aam
2859

131 

 ¼Ç

scoffed, mocked

Ruku'

1

v: 10

Part: 7

7

make believe 

úŒð«öŠó

¸ï°

2878

will not be

¦Ì Ç

2879

their excuse / contention 

ö ¬ü¬ç

ˆ¨¦ ë¢ß

2880

By Allah (oath of Allah)

ʅ¦È 

ú ¥ŽOÀðŠ ÷

2881

we were not 

úø ó

2882

listens 

úŠðÇ

2883

veils, (covers)

ˆ¨ ü ïÈ¢ 
þ’ì ç

2860

im. pl. travel, go about

2861

end, consequence

2862

ap. rejecters, beliers

2863

unto whom, whose

2864

dwelt, rested
ap. originator, maker 

 עŠç

2884

2865

to understand

feeds 

öà ’Ø

2885

2866

heaviness, deafness

¦’ëÈÂ

pv. is not fed 

öà ’Ø¢Šó

2886

2867

they argue / dispute

ÈÀŒóÊ®¢´

pv. I am commanded /

É© ÷É¢

2887

2868

fables, tales, stories

 עÇÈ¢

2888

old peoples, ancients

É»ÂÐ 

ú óÂM È¢

2889

they forbid / prohibit (others)

À  ÷ 

ÈÀ ü

2890

they avoid / keep off (themselves) 

æ Ë¢Šï

2891

pv. they are made to stand 

 ÿ¢Šë

¦Œèë ÉÂ

2892

may it be that we!,

¢ü¬ Šó¢

ordered
2869

pv. is averted / spared

2870

that day

2871

ap. reliever, remover

2872

omnipotent,
irresistibly supreme

2873

over, above

2874

what thing

Ruku'

2

v: 10

ȼŠç

invented, fabricated

2876

where

2877

im. you assert /

2893

returned / sent back

ÈÀŒðû

2894

we would be

à ¬’çʦ

2895

became clear, manifest, 

úÈ¢
ÈÀøßÄ«

ÈÀŠ ü

N®Â û

pv. we are to be

¸ï°
¦

2875 

Þø ¬È

would that we!

KÄÈ¢
8

¢ üŒï¢÷

(present tense:
2896

¦¾¥

̾¦)

they surely would revert,

¦ÌÂÉ®¢àŠó

they will commit the same 

131

Surah 6: Al-An'aam
2897

132 

ú ¯ à¦÷

pp. those who will

be raised again
2898 

ÆŠóÈ¢

is it not

Ruku'

3

v: 10

¸ï°

9

2899

the hour of final judgment

2900

suddenly
alas for us! woe unto us!

2902

we committed mistakes

2903

they bear

2904

burdens (sr.:

2905

pl. backs

2906

which they bear
sport, pastime

2908

they flout / deny

2909

hard, grievous
you are able to,

2918

peoples, nations, communities

Ʌ¦ŽœÌú÷

whom Allah wills /
wishes

¢ü’× Šç

2921

removes, relieves

Æ°¦È±ÌÂÈ¢ 

ö÷É¢

ˆ¨ ÷É¢)

(sr.:
2919

þ ·¢ü³

him only, unto him alone

Ruku'
2922

4

v: 11

ÉÁ¢ ʤ 
æÌ
’ð
¸ï°

10

they might

ÈÀß ÂÔ 
¬

become humble

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ°ŽÄ¢÷

2923

why not

¢ŠóŠó 

Šó

2924

our disaster, our misfortune

¢üǒ˜¥

ÈÀ̾¸ 
´

2925

pv. made fair, made alluring 

úɱ

 ¦ïŠ

2926

they forgot 

ªàŠØ¬Çʦ

2927

pv. what they 

䬦«

2928

they rejoiced

2929

those in despair,

2911

you seek

2912

tunnel

¢†ìŠèû

2913

ladder

¢øMôÇ

1/2

its two wings

2920

you could

7th Part

2917

Æ° ŒÛ

2907

2910

flies

¢ü«ÂÈ·¢
ÈÀŒôø ¸

ư̱ÊÂ) 

 Ø

2916

ˆ¨ߢÇ
ˆ¨¬ä¥

2901

Part: 7

¦àø Ç ¦È¯Ê¤È ijæÐû

¦Èû
¦ÌÂÂOïɯ¢÷

were reminded

¦·ÂŽ çŠ
ÈÀÈô ¦÷

dumb founded
2930

was cut off

Þ Ø Œë

2931

roots, remnants, last parts 

Ž¥¦È®

2914

animal

ˆ¨ ¥¡È®

2932

they turn away / aside

2915

flying creature 

 Ÿ–Š×

2933

treasures of Allah

ÈÀŒç¾ Ð
ʅ¦úŸ ¡Ä» 

132

Surah 6: Al-An'aam
2934

133

Part: 7 

öôŠ ßÈ¢¢Šó

I don't know /

judges
2952

key

Ƭ¢¬’è ÷ 

¤ Šã

2953

pl. keys 

¶ «¢Šè÷

ɾŒëÈ¢¢Šó

2954

does not fall / drop

ÌĎ¬È’òÿ

2955

leaf, paper money

have no knowledge
2935

unseen

2936

I do not say

2937

are (they) equal?

2938

blind 

øßÈ¢

2956

wet, fresh 

¤’×È°

2939

one who sees 

 Х

2957

dry (sear) 

Ǝ¥¢

2958

you gained / committed

Ruku'

5

v: 9

¸ï°

11

Ì° ÀûÈ¢

2940

im. warn

2941

im. do not repel / drive away

2942
2943

v: 5

guardian, caretaker

morning

ƨ ¾Šã

2960

they do not neglect /

evening 

Ìß

¦

2945

not on you, you are 

î Šôߢ÷

2962

humbly, in humility

¢ß ÂÔ«

2963

secretly

¢ ü¬Šç

2964

affliction, distress, pain

ƧŠï 

ú Ž¦¬È«

2965

covers, confounds 

ƦŽ’ô

2966

faction

¢à Ë 

ª Ž û

2967

will make you taste 

ê À

ÈÀŒô´
Ž à¬È«

2968

I am not

2969

they plunge into

become clear / manifest /
plain

2948

pv. I am forbidden

2949

you hasten /

¸ï°

are impatient
no judgment, 

ö’ð¸’ó¦ÊÀʤ

no decision
best of deciders /

overlook 

þ ³ÈÂ

2947

12

ÈÀŒ×Šè¢Šó
ɸÂÇÈ¢

we tried / tested

v: 5 

þŠÜŠè·

more swift, quicker

2946

6

¸ï°

2961

not accountable / answerable

Ruku' 

ö¬·Â³

13

2959

his countenance / face

2951

7 

þŠëÈ°ÈÂ

Ì®’ث¢Šó

2944

2950

Ruku'

ŒÖŒìÈ«¢÷ 

ªÈóŠ
ÈÀÓ ¼

discussion, meddle, wrangle
2970 

ú ô Ï¢Šè’ó¦Â»

†¨’è»

if, whenever

¢ ÷ʤ 

133

Surah 6: Al-An'aam

134

2971

cause you to forget

2972

ni. do not sit

2973

after remembrance /

Part: 7 

î üÊÈü

2989

companions, friends 

¾à’ì«¢Šó

2990

im. come to us

¢ü ¬’ŸÊ¦

à ’ïÀO ó¦¾à¥

2991

be 

úŒï

2992

so it becomes /

¦

recollection

̰ȯ

2974

im. forsake, leave

2975

fg. beguiled, deceived

2976

pv. may get caught /

Ì© Šã
òŠ È 
¦«ÌÀÈ¢

2978

7th Part 

 Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦

2994

trumpet (of resurrection)

Æ°Ï

̾ ¾à«

2995

name of the father

Ǿ¾ßMòŒï

2996

idols

2997

I see thee

Ƚ¦È°È¢

2998

we show

ÌÄŽ û

2999

kingdom, governance,

fg. compensate, offer ransom /

pv. be given to ruin /

¦ŒôÊȥɢ
Ƨ¦ÂË

drink

2982

boiling water

2983

painful

Ruku'
2984
2985
2986
2987
2988

8

v: 10

14

shall we call upon / invoke
pv. we may be turned back

heels
beguiled / fooled him
bewildered, perplexed

¯ 

Þ èË

of Prophet Ibrahim

X

perdition
2981 

¨¯ 

ºèŠ ü

compensation, reparation
2980 

à øǦȯʤÈÂ

¦

pv. be blown

intercessor

full of every

3/4

2993

equal amount
2979

ÈÀŒðŠç

shall become

destroyed
2977

§¢¸ÏÈ¢

Ȱȱ ¦
¦

¢÷¢üÏÈ¢

È©ŒðôŠ ÷

dominion 

ö ø·

3000

covered, overshadowed 

ö óÈ¢

3001

saw

3002

star

3003

set

3004

ap. things that set or go down

3005

mg. moon

3006

uprising, rising (in splendour)

3007

fg. sun

¸ï°

¦ß¾ûÈ¢
N®Â û
̧¢ŠìßÈ¢ 
þ«  ¬Çʦ
À¦Â·

ú³
¦È°

¦

¢¦Šï Šï
ŠòŠçÈ¢ 
ú ô ç ¦
¦ 

ÂøŠë
¢†ãʱ¢¥ 

ÆøË 

134

Surah 6: Al-An'aam
3008

135 

ª ³ÈÂ

I turned (my face),
I have set (my face)

¢†è Žü·

3009

upright

3010

dl. two factions / parties

3011

more right, more worthy

3012

safety, security

3013

did not obscure/ mix/

Part: 7
3025

pl. agonies

Ì©¦ÂøŠã

3026

ap. those who stretch /

¦ŒØÇ ¢¥

spread

Žú ŠìŽÂŠç

3027

disgrace, torment

ÆÀÿ

ê·È¢

3028

you have come to us 

ú÷È¢

3029

alone, single

¦ȦŽ’ôöŠó

3030

first time

3031

we bestowed / granted

3032

you claimed /

¢û ø¬’ ³Ž
à ®¦Œç
¦

Ǩ Â÷ȾMÂÈ¢

confound
Ruku'
3014

9

v: 13

¸ï°

15

¦Œï ËÈ¢

they associated /

3015

we entrusted

¢ü’ôMïÈÂ

3016

im. follow

ÌÁ ¾¬’ëʦ

3017

10

v: 8 

ö¬øßȱ

asserted

set up partners

Ruku'

¿ ¸ ±

¢ü’ó »

11

v: 4

¸ï°

17 

ê ó¢Šç

¸ï°

3033

ap. one who splits / cleaves

¦ÌÂÉ°¾Šë¢÷

3034

date-stone, fruit kernel

à  üó¦

Æ צŠë

3035

pl. daybreak, dawn

Ƭ¢¦Ïʤ

16

they did not attach proper

Ruku'

¦

value or esteem, they estimated
3018

parchments, papers

stillness, rest, repose

vain discourse, idle talk

Ƶ»

3036

3019

reckoning, computing time

ap. that which confirms

Ƽ¾Ð÷

3037

3020

measure, disposition

before it

Ìľú ¥

3038

 ¾’ì«

3021

stars

you warn

Ì°À ü«

3039

Æ¿´û

3022

à Œì’ó¦N¿É¢

(sr.:

¦

3023

mother of villages,
Makkah

3024

around

Ⱦ·

¢üŠðÇ
¢û¢¦È· 

ö´û)

3040

produced, brought into being

3041

habitation, time limit

Š˜ÌûÈ¢

Â ìŠ ¬È÷ 

135

Surah 6: Al-An'aam
3042

repository, resting place

136

ƸȮ¬È÷

(after death)

Part: 7
3060

daughters

Æ©¢ü¥
D¢à«

highly / sublimely exalted

vegetation

Æ©¢¦û

3061

3043

about what

green stock

¦Â Ô»

3062

3044

they attribute /

grain, corn

¢ ¦·

3063

3045

(pl.:
3046

Ƨ¦·)

thick clustered,
closely growing

3047
3048
3049
3050

12

3064

Originator

3065

how

v: 6

¸ï°

18 

Þ ¾¥ 
ûÈ¢

ˆò¼û

3066 

úŒð«öŠó

spathe, sheaths, pollen 

ޒôŠ×

has no, there is no

3067

consort, spouse

ˆ¨¦ ·¢Ï

3068

that is, such is 

öŒð ó ¯

3069

caretaker, guardian

ˆò ïÈÂ

3070

cannot comprehend /

bunches, clusters
pendant, hanging low

3051

grapes

3051a

olives (sr.

3052

pomegranate

ÆÀ¦ü ë
ˆ¨Žû¦È®
Ƨ¢üßÈ¢

¨û ¬ȱ )

alike, similar

3054

fruits

3055

bore fruits, came to fruition

3056 

ÈÀŒèÐ


date-palm

and near

3053

» ´ Â

ascribe
Ruku'

¢¦ 怜÷

¢ øß

its ripening

ÆÀ¬ȱ
ÆÀ¢ ÷É°
¢ ¦Ž¬Ì÷ 
ÂøŠ¯ 
Âø’¯È¢
þ àü

¦

3057

ripen, to ripe

3058

they invented / ascribed

3059

sons 

Þü
¦Œë » 
ú Žü¥

¦

ɽ°Ê ¾«¢Šó

grasp
3071

vn. to comprehend / grasp

½¦È°Ì®Ê¦

3072

pl. vision, sight

Æ°¢Ð¥È¢

3073

subtle 

æ ؊ó

3074

you have studied 

ªÇÈ°È®

3075

im. turn away, turn back

̵ŽÂßÈ¢

3076

ni. pl. revile not,

¦ ¦È«¢Šó

do not abuse
3077

what will make 

öŒïÂà Ì¢÷

you realise
3078

we will overturn / turn aside 

¤OôìŠ û 

136

Surah 6: Al-An'aam

137

3079

hearts

3080

first time

3081

contumacy, trespass

3082

they are wandering

Ruku'

13

v: 10

19

ƨ¾  ’çÈ¢

3098

justice, justly

†¾ß

Ǩ Â÷ȾMÂÈ¢

3099

ap. one who changes

Ⱦ¾¦÷

ÆÀ¢äŒ×

3100

they guess / conjure

ÈÀϼ

ÈÀ øà

3101

pv. was mentioned / 

 ïɯ

¸ï°

¢ü ûÈ¢ŠóÈ ij`

^ Part:8
3083

before, face to face

3084

they ignore / are ignorant

3085

enemy

3086

guilded, flowery

(pl.:

Æ ¦¾ßÈ¢)

Part: 8

†¦Œë

pronounced
3102

explained fully / in detail

3103

they inspire / whisper unto

Ruku'

14

v: 11

1

ÈÀŒô ´

3104

walks

¦Â¾ß

3105

great ones, leaders

ƻ»ɱ

3106

wicked ones / evil doers

Šò Њç
ÈÀ·
¸ï° 

Ìø 
Ž¥¢ŠïÈ¢
¢ ÷ Ž ´÷

of that (place)

¦Å°ÌÂŒã

3107

pv. we are given

̰ȯ 

«û

3108

knows better 

äЫ 

öôŠ ßÈ¢

3109

humiliation, abasement

¦ŒçŽ ¬’ì

3110

expands, opens

ÈÀŒçŽ ¬’ì÷

̬ÂÌ

3111

bosom, breast 

䬥Ȣ

Æ°¾Ï

3112

narrow, close

¢øŠð·

¢†ìÓ

3113

strait, constricted

† Њè÷

¢³Â·

3114

as if

perfected, fulfilled 

ª ø«

¢ø ûŠ˜Šï

3115

ascends, climbs

3096

word

ˆ¨ø ôŠï 

¾ à Ð

3116

ignominy, abomination

3097

truly, in truth

¢†ë¾ Ï 

Ƴʰ

3117

abode / home of peace

Ê¿¢Šô Èó¦É°¦È®

3087

delusion, deception, guile

3088

pl. leave

3089

incline

3090

they earn / do

3091

ap. earners

3092

I seek, I desire

3093

judge

3094

fully explained, in detail

3095

Æ°¢äÏ 

137

Surah 6: Al-An'aam

138

3118

O! assembly 

ÂÌà÷¢

3119

made use, enjoyed 

Þ¬ø¬Çʦ

3120

we reached / arrived
you appointed 

ª’ô ³È¢

3122

abode, home, dwelling place

à ’°÷
¦

15

v: 8

2

3123

comes unto you

3124

they recount / relate

3125

we testified / witnessed

3126

ap. destroyer

3127

merciful, of mercy

3128

causes something to

3137

Ruku'

16

v: 11

3

Ç©¢ËÌÂÂà÷

trellises, plants

supported by a structure of light
bars

¸ï° 

öŒð «’˜

3139

harvesting

Ç®¢Ð·

ÈÀ Ќì

3140

cattle used for loading,

†¨Šó ø·

¢û¾Ž Ë 
î ô ÷

burden,
3141

small cattle (like goats,
sheep etc.)

3142

eight

ˆ¨Žû¢øŠ¯ 

æ ô¼¬È

3143

pairs

Æ«¦ÈÂ̱Ȣ

3144

sheep

ÆÀ’˜Ó 
Äà÷

3129

sure to come

Ç© ¢Šó

3145

goats

3130

reaches

ŒòÐ


3146

dl. two males

3131

they ruin / destroy

ÌÂÉ®Â

3147

dl. two females

3132

they cause confusion

¦ȦŽ’ô

3148

contained

3133

vn. forbidden 

´ ·

3149

wombs

3134

vn. forging, fabrication

Æ ¡ ¬’çʦ

3150

camel, camels

3135

males, men

Æ°Œïɯ

¦

3136 

Šïȯ)

vn. to attribute

¢ËŠç

¨ø· Âó¦ÌÂɯ

follow after, appoints successor

(sr.:

¸ï°

¢ü ûÈ¢ŠóÈ ijޥ°

1/4

8th Part

3138

¢ ŠèÇ

foolishly

¢üäŠô¥

3121

Ruku'

Part: 8 

æÏÈÂ

Ruku'

17

ŽúŠïȯ
Žú Š°ûɦ 
ªŠôø¬Ëʦ
¿¢·Ì°È¢

v: 4

ˆòŽ¥Ê¤
4

¸ï°

3151

I don't find 

¾³Ž È¢¢Šó

3152

pp. forbidden, prohibited

¢÷ ¸÷ 

138

Surah 6: Al-An'aam
3153

ap. on an eater

3154

blood

3155
3156

139

‰ö ߢŠ×ôß

3172

weight, balance

ÆÀ¦Ä ÷

pp. poured forth, running

¢·ŒèÈ÷

3173

justice, equity

ˆÖÈ ë

animals with claws,

‰ ŒèŒÛÌÃʯ 
öüŠã

sheep, goats
pl. tallow, fat

3159

entrails

3160

mixed up

3161

bone

3162

extensive, all embracing

3163

pl. you lie / guess

3164

final argument,

v: 6

lest you (should) say

3175

vn. teachings,

greater wrong doer 

ö’Üß

3178

turned away,

öŒôÿ
¸ï°

¦Œó Œì«ÌÀÈ¢
ˆ¨ǦȰʮ
à ¾ÿÈ¢
¦

3177

Œ¨ä ó ¢¦ó¦Œ¨ ´¸’ó¦

¸ï°

assiduous study

ŠÖŠô¬»Ê¦

ÈÀϼ«

6

3174

better guided

ˆ¨à ǦÈÂ

5

v: 4

3176

bring forward
18

19

¢¦·

which reaches home

Ruku'

Ruku'

Æ¿¸Ë

3158

3165

ˆò Šï

3171a vn. measure

¢÷È®

undivided hoof
3157

Part: 8 

öôŠ ’ÛÈ¢
È»¾Ï

kept off, shunned
3179

they turn away from /

ÈÀŒç¾ Ð

keep off / shun
3180

you are not 

ªȊó

3181

good deed

ˆ¨üÈ·

3182

ten-fold,

¾¢Š°÷È¢ÂÌß

ten like thereof

¢ø ë¢üÊ®

most right religion

poverty, penury

¼¢Šô÷ʤ

3183

3166

sacrifice, rites

them also 

öÿ¢ ʤ

3184

3167

my life

that what is apparent / open 

 ŠÛ¢÷

3185

3168

my death

what is concealed / secret 

úŠØ¥¢÷

3186

3169 

«¢ø÷

3187

will not bear

É° À«¢Šó

¾ËÈ¢

3188

bearer of burden

ƨȰʱ¦ÈÂ

¦ŒçÌÂÈ¢

3189

burden

/ hidden
3170

maturity, (age of) full strength

3171

im. pl. give full, fulfil 

îÈû
ÈÄ¢¸÷

ư̱Ê 

139

Surah 7: Al-A'raaf

140

3190

returning place

3191

successors, viceroys,

Part: 8 

ގ³Â÷

3204

im. respite, reprieve 

æ Ÿ–Šô»

3205

pv. they will be raised

vicegerents
3192

ʧ¢Šì à’ó¦ÞŽÂÇ

3206

retribution / prosecution
20 

úŽ ܊ ü÷

pp. those given respite,

those who are given reprieve

¸ï°

3207

you seduced / sent astray

¢ü ûÈ¢ŠóÈ ijæÐû

3208

I will surely lie /

v: 11

1/2

8th Part

ÈÀŒ°à ¦

(from the dead)

swift in punishment /

Ruku' 

 ÜûÈ¢

7 

ª’ãÈ¢
MÀ¾ à’ëÈ¢

lurk in (ambush)

Ê»¦Âߊ˜’ó¦ ɨ°È Ç`

3209

right hands

The Heights

3210

left hands

ò Ÿ–øË

3211

you will not find 

¾´
Ž «¢Šó

3212

pp. one who is degraded /

¢÷ É ’À÷

^

Surah 7: Al-A'raaf
3193

let there be no

3194

our scourge / wrath 

úŒð¢Šó
¢üǒ˜¥
ƫ·

3195

straitness, heaviness

3196

at night

3197

ap. those taking rest at noon

3198
3199

pp. one who is driven away

ÈÀŒôŸ ¢Šë

3215

pv. was hidden

that day

À  ÷ 

3216

those parts of a body

fg. became heavy 

ªôŠ Œì¯Š 
úʱ¦÷

fg. became light 

ªMè» 
ʎ¢à÷

means of livelihood

Ruku'

1

v: 10

pl. those degraded,

8

¸ï° 

úŽÂ ã¢Ï

¦Å°·¾÷

/ banished
I will fill

3201

3203

3213

3214

scales

3202

abject

¢«¢¥

3200

ÆÀ¢øÈ¢

úŠ Šô÷È¢
Ã
È °Ê ÌÂÉÂ
É© ¦Ç
¦

which should be covered 

öÇ¢Šë

3217

swore

3218

caused (them) to (their) fall

3219

fg. became manifest

3220

dl. they cover 

óÈ®
Ì©¾¥

ÊÀ¢Šè м

(by heaping)
3221

leaves

ƼȰÈÂ

meanest 

140

Surah 7: Al-A'raaf
Ruku'

2

141

v: 15

¸ï°

9

3222

adornment

¢ÌÊ°

3223

garment of

à ’ì ¬ó¦ɲ¢¦ ó
¦

God-consciousness / righteousness
3224 

öŒð üü¬ ’袊ó

let (him) not

Part: 8
3239

coverings
3240

we removed / stripped away

3241

rancor, deep rooted hate

3242

pv. they will be called

seduce you
3225
3226

ɸŽÄü

pulls off, strips off

þŒô Ž¦Šë

3243

called out

¦ø ëÈ¢

3244

yes

¢üßÄû
òK ã
¦ÌÂÉ®û

¢ü ûÈ¢ŠóÈ ij ¸¢¥°¦¨¯
¯

3/4

8th Part



his tribe

Ƴ¦Šã

(fold and folds of )

ÃÈ®¢û

¦ 

öàû

3227

im. pl. set up, establish

proclaimed, cried (called loudly)

every act of worship

¾Ž´È÷OòŒï

3245

3228

ap. one who proclaims /

pl. you (shall) return

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ®à«

3246

3229

Ruku'
3230

3

v: 6

¸ï°

10

ÈÀÌ» ’˜¬È¢Šó

they cannot put off,

ÆÀO¯š ÷

cries (calls loudly)

¢³ ß

3247

crookedness

3248

veil

Ƨ¢´ ·

3249

heights, (elevated places

Æ»¦ÂßÈ¢

they can not cause any delay

ÈÀ÷¾ ’ì¬È¢Šó

3231

they can not advance

3232

they departed / strayed away

¦NôÓ

3233

its sister

¢ ¬»É¢

3234

they followed on

¦ŒïÈ°¦M®Ê¦

each another
Ruku'
3235

4

v: 8

¸ï°

11

pv. will not be opened 

¶ ¬èŠ «¢Šó

3236

passes through, goes through

3237

camel

3238

eye of a needle 

² ô

ÈÀM¯È¢

separating paradise from hell. The
persons whose good deeds and evils
are equal shall stay there for a certain
time.)

¢ø Ç

3250

marks

3251

they hope

3252

pv. fg. is turned

3253

meeting

Ruku'

5

ÈÀàø ’Ø 
ªçŠ Ž Ï
È –Šì’ô «
v: 8

¸ï°

12

ˆòø³

3254

did not avail / profit

ʶ¢ ¼’ó¦öÇ

3255

will not bestow / 

ü’ãÈ¢¢÷

¦

ɾ¢ü¢Šó

make it reach 

141

Surah 7: Al-A'raaf

142

3256

im. pl. pour down

3257

we (will) forget

3258

are / is (there) for us?

3259

pv. we are sent back

Ruku'

6

v: 6

Part: 8

¦Ô çÈ¢

3277

vegetation

Æ©¢¦û 

Èüû

3278

scanty

¦¾ ðû

¢üŠó’òÿ
N®Â û

Ruku'
3279

¸ï°

13

Ç¿¢ È¢Š¨ ¬ Ç

7

v: 5

Ç©¢Šó¢ÇÊ°

messages

ˆ¨Šó¢ÇÊ°)

(sr.:

six days / periods

3261

covers 

Ìä

3262

seeks 

¤Œô’Ø

3281

pl. you wondered

3263

in haste, swiftly

¢†° °·

3282

blind folk, blind people

3264

pl. made subservient

3265

blessed

3266

humbly, with humility

3267
3268
3269
3270
3271
3272
3273
3274
3275
3276

Ç©¦ ¼È 

ȽȰ¢¦«
¢ß ÂÔ«
†¨’è»

secretly

¢àøŠ×

hope, longing

Ȭ¢Ê°

winds
(heralding) glad-tidings
fg. bore, carried

cloud
heavy
we drive / lead it
dead land
good land

¦ÂÌ¥ 
ªMôŠëÈ¢
¢¥¢¸Ç
†¢Šì ¯
ÉÁ¢ü’ìÇ

ª ÷
¾Šô¥ 

¤MØó¦¾ôŠ ¦’ó¦

ˆ¨¸ Ðû)

counsel (vn.:

Ruku'
3283 

¶Ð 
ûÈ¢

I give you good advice /

3260

3280

¸ï°

14

8

v: 6 

ö¬¦Ž´ß
ú øߢ÷ Šë

15

¸ï°

people of 'Aad (towards whom
Prophet Hud X was sent

Æ®¢ß
Œ˜ôŠ ÷

3284

chiefs, leaders

3285

folly, foolishness

3286

we deem / think

3287

ap. advisor, counselor

3288

increased

3289

vn. large growth

3290

bounties, benefits

 –Šó ¦

3291

has fallen, has come upon 

ފëÈÂ

3292

punishment, filth

3293

names (sr.:

ˆ¨ÿ¢ŠèÇ
úŒÜû 
¶ Ï¢û
È®¦È± 

öÇʦ)

†¨ŠØÐ¥
¦ 

Ƴʰ
Æ ¢øÇÈ¢ 

142

Surah 7: Al-A'raaf
3294

ˆ¨ øÈ«)

Part: 8
3311

you promise

3312

pp. messengers, 

Ž¥¦È®

sr. root

Ruku'
3296

¦ø¬ øÇ

pl. you named

(vn.:
3295

143

9

v: 8

¸ï°

16

®ø¯Š

a nation towards

whom Prophet Saleh Xwas sent 

¾à « 
ú ô Ç Â÷

those who are sent
3313

earthquake

3314

ap. pl. prostrated

ˆ¨Šè³È° 
ú ø ¯¢³

on the ground 

ó «

ˆ¨Šë¢û

3315

turned away

ŒòŒï’˜«

3316

pl. you come / commit

È¢ ¥

3317

never did before, none had

gave station / habitation

3300

vn. plain and soft (land)

ƾ Ç

3318

anyone

¾·È¢ú ÷

3301

castles, palaces

Æ°Ќë

3319

people

Ʋ¢ûÉ¢

3320

they seek to keep

3297

she-camel

3298

fg. eats / may eat

3299

(sr.: 

ÂЊë)

pl. you hew / carve out

3303

mountains (sr.:

3304

dwellings, houses (sr.:

3305

ni. pl. do not act wickedly

3306

pv. were kept weak,

ˆò¦³)

ɾ¢¦Ž³

pp. one who is sent,

they ham-strung /

3310

rain

Ruku'
3324

ˆòÇÂ÷
¦ÌÂÂìŠ ß
¦¬ß

§ ¢ü ¬’ŸÊ¦ 

úŽÂŽ¥¢Šã

lagged behind

3323

they insolently defied / flouted
im. bring to us

those who stayed behind,

¦Š°à«¢Šó

cut the legs
3309

3321

we rained / showered

messenger
3308

pure and clean

3322

reckoned powerless
3307

ÈÀÌ ŠØ¬ 

ª ¥)Æ©¥
¦Œèà Ô¬Çɦ 

ê¦Ç¢÷

preceded

ÈÀ¬¸
ü«

3302

ÈÀ«’˜«

¢ûŠØ÷È¢ 
ŠØ÷

10

v: 12

17

¸ï° 

ú¾÷

a place where
Prophet Sho'aib X was sent

3325

ni. pl. don't deprive /

¦ȼ 
¦«¢Šó

withold
3326

things, goods

3327

ni. pl. lurk not, squat not

È ¢ËÈ¢
¦Ì¾à’ì«¢Šó 

143

Surah 7: Al-A'raaf

144

Part: 9

3328

pl. you threaten

ÈÀÌÂ¾ß  «

3345

drew forth, drew out

3329

pl. you hinder

ÈÀÌ ¾Ð«

3346

white

3330

gave (you) increase 

ÂM°Šï

Œ˜Šôø’ó¦Ⱦ¢ŠëÈ ij`

^ Part:9
3331

you shall (have to) return

MÀÉ®à¬óŠ

3332

ap. those who hate / detest 

ú ÿÊ°¢Šï
¢ü¬’çʦ

3333

we invented / forged

3334

we returned

3335

had never dwelt / lived

3336

I feel sorrow / lament

Ruku'

11

v: 9

Ruku'

13

ȸÄû
É ¢Ô¥

v: 9

¸ï°

3

¦È¯¢÷

3347

what

3348

im. put off (a while), 

þŽ³Ì°È¢

let (him) wait a while
3349

cities

3350

ap. those who

ú Ÿ¦¾÷
° ³ ¬ 

úŽÂ Ë¢·

collect / summon / call
3351

magician, wizard, sorcerer

¦üäöŠó

3352

knowing, well versed 

Ç ¦

3353

magicians, wizards

3354

either, or

¢ ÷ʤ

¦Šèß

3355

that

ÌÀÈ¢ 

ú ÷È¢

3356

you throw

1

¦

¸ï°

3337

they grew and multiplied

3338

felt / became secure

3339

ap. those who are sleeping

ÈÀøŸ ¢û

3357

ap. those who throw

3340

daytime, broad daylight 

¸Ó

3358

im. pl. throw

3341

vn. scheme, contrivance, 

’ð÷

3359

they enchanted / cast spell

¸ï°

3360

eyes 

ê ì·

3361

they terrified /

devising
Ruku'
3342

12

v: 6

2

approved on condition that,

threw, cast

3344

serpent 

ö ôß
ƨÂ¸Ç 

ì ’ô« 
ú ì ’ô÷
¦Œì’óÈ¢
¦Ì¸ 
Ç 
úßÈ¢
¦¦ÿ ¬Çʦ

struck terror

one from whom it is right to (say)
3343 

 ·¢Ç

¢û¾ß 

ì’óÈ¢

3362

they produced, brought

ÆÀ¢¦àŒ¯

3363

im. throw

¦É ¢³
Žê’óÈ¢ 

144

Surah 7: Al-A'raaf

145

3364

swallows up

3365

they fake / feigned

3366

made (it) vain / vanish

3367

pv. were defeated /

Part: 9 

æìŠ ’ô«

3381

famine, droughts 

ú Žü Ç

ÈÀŒðç ’˜

3382

dearth, shortness

‰Î’ìû

ŠòŠØ¥

3383

this is ours,

¦¦ô Œã

this is due to us
3384

vanquished, were overcome

ÊÁ Àÿ¢üŠó 

î ó¢üÿ

¦Ì MØ

they ascribe /blame evil
fortune on

3368

then and there

evil fortune 

 Ÿ¢Š×

pv. fell down 

ì’óÉ¢

3385

3369

whatever, whatsoever

¢ø ÷

I give you leave / permission

ÉÀ¯È ¦

3386

3370

pl. locusts

Æ®¦Â³

¦

3371

I will (surely) cut off

úàO؊ëÉ¢

3387

pl. vermin, lice

I will (surely) crucify

ú¦OôÏÉ¢

3388

3372

pl. frogs

ap. those who go back /

ÈÀ¦ô ìŠ ü÷

3389

3373

3390

plague, terror, (any calamity)

3391

removed

3392

those who reach

3393

they break covenant,

return
3374

you take revenge,

¿ ¼ À 

öì ü«

vengeance
3375

̹ŽÂ’çÈ¢

im. pour out

Ruku'

14

v: 18

¸ï°

4

3376

you leave (alone)

3377

we will slay

3378

we will spare to live /

òŠ øŒë
ȸʮ¢ŠèÓ 
æ̊ï
¦äó ¢¥

ap. pl. those having

they do not keep their words
3394

sea

Œò¬Šìû

3395

eastern parts, easts 

Ž¸¬Èû

¼Ê°¢Ì÷

3396

western parts, wests

§Ê°¢ä÷

ÈÀÌÂÂÿ ¢Šë

3397

we utterly destroyed /

¢ü¯Ê ÌÂÉ¢

3398

ö 

pv. we have been oppressed,

we were made to suffer
Ruku'

15

v: 3

5

they erect / build, 3138

9th Part

¸ï°

¢û ÷È®

annihilated

irresistible power
3380

ÈÀŒ°Œðü

É°ŠÀ«

let live
3379 

ijʰ

3399

1/4

ÈÀËŽ à

Œ˜ôŠ ø ’ó¦Ⱦ¢Šë Ä³Þ¥°

we brought / led (them) across

¢û̱È¢³ 

145

Surah 7: Al-A'raaf
3400

146

ÈÀŒèŒðà

they sit as devotees,
given up to (idols)

3401

Part: 9
Ruku'

17

v:6

¸ï°

7 

ô ·

3419

ornaments

3420

body

¸ï°

3421

lowing sound (of a cow)

Æ°¦» 

ú ¯¢ŠôŠ¯

3422

pv. fell down after breakage

Ö
Š ì Ç 

 ¦¬÷

pp. one who is going to be

¦¾È³

destroyed, bound to destruction
Ruku'

16

v: 12

6

3402

thirty

3403

appointed time / term

©¢Šì ÷

3423

angry

3404

forty 

ú à¥Ì°È¢

3424

grieved, in sorrow

¢†è ÇÈ¢

3405

im. take my place, 

Žü’èŒô»É¦

3425

dragging

´ 

¶ ôÏÈ¢

3426

son of mother, brother 

ŽûÊ°È¢

3427

ni. don't make

ÆÀ¢¦Ԋã

be my successor or vicegerent
3406

im. put things right / rectify

3407

im. show me

3408

you can not see Me

3409

revealed glory

3410 

Žû¦Â«úŠó

M¿É¢ú¥Ê¦ 
ª øÌ«¢Šó

(them to) rejoice
Ruku'

18

v: 4

¸ï°

8 

ô´«

3428

stilled, abated, appeased 

ªŠðÇ

crumbled to dust

¢MïÈ®

3429

writing, inscription

ˆ¨¼Èû

3411

fell down

»

3430

they fear / dread

3412

senseless, thunder-struck

¢†ì àÏ

3431

chose

3413

woke up, recovered senses

3414

tablets (sr.:

3415

I will show

3416

I will cause (them)

ƬŠó)

ȼ¢ŠçÈ¢

3418

righteousness, right conduct
error, wrong conduct

È°¢¬»Ê¦ 

Æ°¢ ¬»Ê¦) 
ú à¦Ç

Ƭ¦’óÈ¢

3432

seventy

ÌÄÊ°ÌÂÉ¢

3433

me also, (myself)

É»ŽÂÏÈ¢

3434

your trial, trial from you

3435

best of forgivers

3436

we have been guided

to turn away
3417

(vn.:

ÈÀ¦ÿ  

¾ËÉ° 
Šã

ÈÄ¢ ʤ
î 
Ÿ 

úŽÂ ç¢ä’ó¦Â »
¢û¾ÿ 

146

Surah 7: Al-A'raaf

147 

¤ ÏÉ¢

3456

we have tried

É ¢ËÈ¢

3457

succeeded 

æŠô» 

÷É¢

3458

successor 

æ’ô»

¢¥ ¬’ð÷

3459

they inherited

¦Œ¯Ê°È 

úß ÞÔ 


3460

they take / clutch 

ÂÏʤ

3461

goods, things

ƵÂß

¾¢Šô’ãÈ¢

3462

they studied

¦ÇÈ°È®

È° Äß

3463

they hold fast / keep

3464

we raised

¢ü’ì¬û 

ÂÌߢ¬ü’¯Ê¦

3465

covering, canopy

ˆ¨MôŒÛ

¢†×¢¦ÇÈ¢

3466

going to fall

3437

I afflict

3438

I will

3439

one who can neither read nor
write, unlettered

3440

pp. written down, described

3441

relieves (from burden)

3442

burden

3443

fetters, shackles, yokes

3444

honored

Ruku'

19

v: 6

twelve

3446

tribes

3447

gushed forth

3448

springs (of water)

Ruku'

20 

ªÈ´¦ûʦ

v: 5

fishes (sr.:

3450

visibly, openly

1/2

˜
Ι
Šø 
ó’ ¦ ¾
È ¢Š
ë 

 Ä³

21

v: 9

ÈÀÌŒÀ»’˜ 

Þ ë¦ÈÂ
11

3468

ascribed partners

ȽÂËÈ¢

ÆÀ¢¬ ·

3469

followers of falsehood

¢ß ÂË

3470

sloughed off,

ÈÀŒÜà «

you preach

3452

to justify to be free from guilt

3453

grievous, severe

¸ï° 

ªÈóŠÈ¢

ŨȰ Àà÷
‰Æ  ¥

3454

they exceeded the bounds

¦¬ß

3455

pv. they were prohibited

¦ û

ÈÀŒôØ ¦÷ 
ºŠôÈûʦ

passed (them) by

æÐû

3451

ÈÀŒðÈø

am I not?

¸ï°

10

Ruku'

¢û Šô¥

3467

¢ü ß

Æ©·)

3449

9th Part

¸ï°

9

3445

Part: 9 

Þ¦«¦

3471

followed, overtook

3472

those who went astray

3473

clung, inclined 

¾Šô»È¢

3474

dog 

¤’ôŠï

3475

you attack / load

Œòø ¸« 

úÊ¢Šã 

147

Surah 7: Al-A'raaf
3476

148

’® ’ô

pants with (his) tongue,

Part: 9
3492

sudden

Ìà ¾¬ ÷

3493

as if you

lolls out (his) tongue

†¨¬ä¥ 
î ûŠ˜Šï

3477

(rightly) guided one

eager in search

we made / created

¢û̢Ȱȯ

3494

3478

I have no power

more misguided,

NòÓÈ¢

3495

3479

3496

for myself

3497

If I had / were 

ªüŒï Šó

3498

I know unseen 

¤ ä’ó¦öôŠ ßÈ¢

3499

I (would have) amassed,

worse in error
3479a

XÈ·

most beautiful, 

è· 
îô ÷È¢¢Šó 
ÊȒèü ó

excellent, fairest
Ruku'
3480

22

v: 10

¸ï°

12

É«°Ê ¾¬Èû

we will lead (them)

É©Š°’ð¬Ǧ

I (would have) multiplied

step by step

¸ï°

3481

I grant respite / give rein 

ô÷É¢

takes rest, dwells

contrivance, scheme 

¾ Šï

3500

3482

ú ŒðÈ

covered

strong, firm 

ú ¬÷

3501

3483 

Ìä«

fg. bore

madness

ˆ¨ üŽ³

3502

3484 

ªŠôø·

burden

drew near

ȧ¬’ëʦ

3503

3485

ˆòø·

light

what or which

® ¾·OÃÈ¢

3504

3486

¢†è è»

3505

fg. carried (it) about

Ì© Â÷

ÌÃÊ®¢ÿ

3506

fg. became heavy

ÈÀ¢ È¢

3507

dl. they prayed / called unto

¢ÿ¢ÇÂ÷

3508

aright, goodly, sound

¢¸ ó¢Ï

3509

we will surely be

úû ŒðüóŠ

3510

they are not able to

3511

ap. those who are silent

discourse
3487

ap. guide

3488

when

3489

its coming to its port,

Ruku'

23

v: 7

13 

ªŠôŠì’¯È¢

coming to pass
3490

will not manifest / reveal / 

Mô´¢Šó

disclose to nobody
3491

fg. became heavy 

ªôŠ Œì¯Š

¦ßÈ®

ÈÀà جȢŠó
ÈÀ¬÷ ¢Ï 

148

Surah 8: Al-Anfaal

149

ÈÀÌø

3512

they walk

3513

they hold / grasp

3514

im. contrive against me,

³ ¶ §

^ 

ÈÀÌØ ¦ 

ʾ¢ŠèûŠ˜’ó¦ɨȰÇ`

The Spoils of War

ÊÀ̾ ï

Surah 8: Al-Anfaal
3529

plot against me

Part: 9

ƾ¢ŠèûÈ¢

spoils /booty (of war),

3515

befriends, protects 

ó ¬

3516

good, kindness, what is right

»Âß

3517

prompting, suggestion

fg. filled with fear

im. seek refuge

’À à¬Çʦ

3531

3518

just as, even as

evil thought 

æ Ÿ¢Š×

3532

3519

they dispute / argue

they plunge / draw into

ÈÀÌÂ ¾ø

3533

3520

became manifest

they stop / desist not

ÈÀÌÂÂÐ
’좊ó

3534

3521

as if, just as if

you have brought / 

ª ¦¬³Ê¦

3535

3522

3536

pv. being driven

ȥŽ Œë

3537

fg. one

¦àø ¬Çʦ

3538

that it should be yours

3539

pl. you wish / long

3540

ŽÂ ´’ó¦ÈÀÌÂÉ®

other than 

Šã

3541

¨Šï Ìó¦Ê©¦È¯

mornings

K¾Œã

armed one

3542

prove / cause / establish truth

evenings

¾¢Ï ¦

pv. is recited / read

3524

im. pl. lend ear,

3530

ƹÄû

got it together
3523

(something done / given in excess
of one's obligation) 

öŒðŽü ¥È©¦È¯

matters among
yourselves 

ªŠôŽ³ÈÂ
¢øŠï
ÈÀŒóÊ®¢´ 
ú ¦«
¢ø ûŠ˜Šï
ÈÀŒë¢È
à ¾·Ê¤
¦

listen with attention
3525

im. pl. keep quiet in order

¦¬Ð
ûÈ¢

to listen
3526
3527

without loudness

¦

3528

Ruku'
9th Part

24

v: 18

3/4

14
Œ˜Šôø’ó¦ Ⱦ¢ŠëÈÂ

ÈÀÌÂN®«

3543

prove falsehood, falsify 

3544

pl. you seek help /

¨¯

ê ¸

to triumph

¸ï° 
 Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ 

öŒðŠó¢ ûÈ¢

¯

ò ئ
ÈÀŒ° ä¬È«

implore 

149

Surah 8: Al-Anfaal

150

3545

ap. helper

3546

ranks on ranks, following

Part: 9

¾ ø÷

3562

ni. pl. turn not away 

ú çÊ®Â÷

3563

worst of the

one upon another
Ruku'
3547

1

v: 10

15

slumber, drowsiness

˧¦È ¾ó¦ ÂË

(moving) living creatures,
vilest of the beasts

¸ï°

Ʋ¢àû

¦Mó «¢Šó

3564

¦¦ Ž´¬Çʦ

im. pl. respond,

answer the call

ŠÖŽ¥Â

3565

comes in between, intervenes

Ƽ¢üßÈ¢

3566

exclusively, particularly

each finger tip

ÇÀ¢ü¥MòŒï

3567

snatches away, kidnaps

they opposed /

¦Në¢Ë

3568

gave refuge, provided asylum

3569

ni. pl. do not betray

3548

makes strong

3549

necks (sr.:

3550
3551 

‰êüß)

¢†è·È±

in hostile array,

¢†ç¸¬÷

stratagem,

Ruku'
3570

battle maneuver
3554 

æMؼ 
¬
à ¦
¦

¦û ¼«¢Šó

(the trust), do not defraud

in a battlefield
3553

¨ ϖ»
¦

contended against
3552

ɾ¸

to retreat to (his own)

¦Ä¸ 
¬÷

3

v: 9

they confine /

© § ª 

¦¬¦Ž’°

keep in bond / restrain
3571

im. rain down 

ª ÷È°

3572

guardians (sr.:

troop

¸ï°

17 

 Ø÷È¢ 
óÈÂ)

 – óÌÂÈ¢

3555

you threw

3556

He threw 

÷È°

3573

whistling

3557

He tests / tries 

ô¦

3574

hand clapping

3558

test, trial

Å –Šô¥

3575

separates, distinguishes 

Ä ø

3559

ap. one who makes 

úÿ  ÷

3576

piles up, heaps together

ö ŒïÂ

(others) weak
3560

pl. you return / revert

3561

we (shall) return / revert

Ruku'

2

v: 9

16

¦ÌÂɮૠ
¾àû
¸ï°

Ruku'

4

Å ¢Šð÷

v: 9

¨ ¾Ð«

18

3577

if they desist / cease

3578

that which is past /

¸ï°

¦ ¬ü ÌÀʤ 
æŠôÇ

has passed away 

150 

Surah 8: Al-Anfaal

151

Part: 10

3579

they return / revert

¦ÌÂÉ®à

3594

your power, (your air) 

öŒð¸Ê°

3580

fg. preceded / has gone 

ªÔ÷

3595

boastfully, insolently,

¦Â؊ ¥

3581

patron, protector

D÷

¦øôŠ ߦÈ ij`

^ Part:10

¦øôŠ ßʤ

3581a im. pl. know
3582 

ö¬øŽüãŠ

pl. you took as spoils /

booty
3583
3584

neighbor, near

3597

turned on heels, ran away
6

v: 4

¸ï°

2 

êŽÂ·

3599

xg. tyrant, unjust

Æ¿¢Môۊ

3600

way, manner

Ƨ̢®È

3601

was not 

¤’ï Âó¦

3602

ap. the one who changes

òŠ èŠ Ç¢È

3603

every time,

à Ќì’ó¦ɨÂÈ ¾ß
¦

3585

yonder bank, 

îöóŠ

farthest end
3586

the caravan

3587

below, lower

3588 

ö «¾ߦ«

you made a

your dream

3590

pl. you

¾ ³ »

3604

Ǩ Â÷NòŒï
úèŠ ìŠ ’°«

you gain mastery over,
you come on them 

î ÷¢ü÷

3605

war 

ö¬’ô ÌçŠ

3606

im. scatter, disperse,

(would have) discouraged /
lost heart

Ƨ·
Ì®ÂË

strike fear

úçŠ ¢¼«

3591

saved 

öMôÇ

3607

you fear

3592

makes (it appear) little / few

ŒòOôìŠ 

3608

im. throw back, cast back

(from
Ruku'
3593

5

Ruku'

ˆò ôëŠ )
v: 7

fg. will depart

1

¦Âä ÷

every opportunity

mutual appointment
3589 

ÎðŠ û

blazing fire

¢û ¾ó¦ɨÂÈ ¾ß

near bank, near end

Æ°¢³

3596

Ruku' 

’Ø¥)

3598

Æø»

one-fifth, 1/5 th

full of self-conceit (vn.:

¸ï° 

¤ÿ’À«

3609

7

v: 10

3

tethered (tied) horses,

’ÀŽ¦û¦
¸ï°

Žò ¼’ó¦ɶ¢¥Ê°

steeds of war
3610

pl. you strike terror

ÀÈ ¦ÿ « 

Surah 9: At-Taubah

152

3611

they inclined

3612

(has) put affection

Ruku'

8

¬ À «

v: 6

4

Part: 10 

¦¸ü³

3629

duty to help / protect 

æMó¢È

3630

they sought help

3631

those kindred

¸ï°

̵·

im. exhort, urge, rouse

3614

twenty

3615

they overcome

¦¦ô ä

Ruku'

3616

two hundred

Žú ¬ŸŠ¢ ÷

10th Part

3617

a hundred

¨ŠŸ¢ ÷

3618

one thousand

¢†è’ó¢È

3620

lightened 

æMè»

3621

weakness

¢†èàÓ

3622

two thousand

Žú èŠ ’ó¢È

3623

captives (sr.:

3624

slaughters greatly, 

 ǢÈ)

Ruku'
3627

9

3634

v: 5

5

gave (you) mastery /

they gave refuge / asylum

¦øôŠ ߦÈ ijޥ°

¨¥ ¬ó¦ ɨ°È Ç`

ƨÈ ¦Â¥

immunity, freedom from

¦¸ Ç

im. pl. travel, go about

ˆ¨·¢ Ç)
‰Â ˢȊ¨à¥Ì°¢È

3635

four months

3636

(those) who can't

ÌÄĎ ´
Ž à÷ÂãŠ

frustrate, (those) who can't escape
ap. one who humiliates /

ÌÄĎ ¼÷

disgraces

¸ï°

3638

proclamation, announcement 

úðŠ ÷¢È

3639

they have

¦ÌÂÂÈ ¦

3640

¦

´ ¼ À

ÆÀ¦È¯¢È 

¦ЌìüöóŠ

not failed / abated nothing

power over
3628

¸ï°

6

1/4

(vn.: 

ê¦Ç

gone fore

v: 6

obligation, disavowal

3637

if (it were) not
3626

3633

¢ŠóóŠ

had it not (been),

10

Surah 9: At-Taubah

¦

thoroughly subdues

DÌ¢È

Repentance

à ÂÇ¢È 
ú ¼’°

Ê¿¢·Ì°˜Š’󦦌óÌÂÉ¢

nearer

^

ÀÈ ¢’ó¢È

for the present, now

3625

3632

¦

3619

¦ÌÂÂÐ 
ü¬Çʦ

by blood, those (who are)
closely related

3613

ÀÈ ÌÂÂÌß

ˆ¨¢ŠóÂÈ

passed 

ºôŠ Èûʦ 

153

Surah 9: At-Taubah
3641

ƿ¸’ó¦Â Ë¢Š’ó¦

the sacred /

3660

anger, rage, indignation

¦ÌÂÂзɦ

3661

pv. you are left alone /

¦Ì¾à’ëɦ

3662

inviolable months
3642

im. pl. besiege, confine

beleaguer
3643
3644
3645
3646

im. pl. lay / sit waiting

ambush
im. pl. leave free, leave alone

anyone

3647

sought your protection

3648

im. protect

3649

place of safety

Ruku'
3650

1

spared

2

v: 10

¸ï°

8

¦Nô»

it is not right

3664

° ¿ ¸ 

¾·¢È

they maintain, 3666

3665

providing water /

O«¢¸’󦊨¢Šì Ç 

ú÷’˜÷

ÀÈ ¢Šï¢÷ 
¦ÌÂÂøà

giving drink to the pilgrims,
3666

Ũ°È ¢ø ß

maintenance
(to pray in and to look after)

ÀÈ Ì¬ȢŠó

3667

they are not equal

¦Ì ’Ü

3668

greater in worth, higher in 

¦¦Œë¢Šó

3669

pl. triumphant

3670

delights, pleasure, blessings 

ö àû

3670a

lasting, enduring 

ö ì ÷

¸ï°

7

§ ¼ °

ˆ¨´ óÂÈ

friend, protector

Ruku'

½È °È ¢´¬Çʦ

they overcome /

they do not

¦Œï ¬«

3663

get upper hand
3651

ˆÚ㊠

¾ÏÂ÷ 

Ž³¢È
v: 6

Part: 10

pay regard / respect 

ʤ 

ö܊ ߢÈ

degree / rank

ÀÌÂ𠢊ç

3652

kinship

3653

covenant, agreement, tie

†¨ ÷ʯ

3671

they loved

3654

fg. refuses, is averse

9’˜«

3672

tribe, family, kindred

ƨÂ Ìß

3655

they broke / violated

ª ½ À 

¦Œ°ðŠ û

3673

acquired, gained

»
È Â¬’ëʦ

3656

leaders, chiefs (sr.:

Æ¿¢÷ʤ)

†¨ ø Ÿ¢È

3674

slackening (of trade),

®È ¢ÈïŠ

3657

they intended

3658

has more right, worthier

3659

heals

¦ øÿ
ê·¢È
æÌ

¦ ¦¸¬Ǧ

decline (of commerce)
3675

dwellings
(sr.: 

úðŠ È÷) 

ú ï¢È÷ 

Surah 9: At-Taubah
3676

dearer

3677

im. pl. wait

Ruku'

3

v: 8

154

¤·¢È

3692

priests, scholars

°¢¦·¢È

¦Ð ¥Â «

3693

those who renounced

À¢¦ÿÉ°

¸ï°

9 

ú צ÷

3678

fields

3679

a place between

the world
3694

úü·

Makkah and Taif where a battle
was fought in 8th year of Hijri.
3680

fg. straitened, constrained 

ªëŠ ¢Ó

3681

fg. became vast / wide 

ª¦·°È

3682

ap. those who turn 

úŽ ¥Ž¾÷

their backs in a fight, who turn
back in retreat
3683

Part: 10

ˆ¨ü ðÇ

calm, tranquillity,

they put off / extinguish
(vn.:

Æ ¢Šè’×ʦ)

3695

will not allow

3696

makes it prevail

10th Part
3697

1/2

9’˜ 
Ž ’Ü
¦øôŠ ߦÈ ijæÐû

they hoard /

± À ½

3698

gold 

¤ÿ¯È

3699

silver

ˆ¨ Ô ç

3700

pv. will be heated 

ø¸

pv. will be branded with

à ’ð«

foreheads

forces, hosts

¦Å®ü³

3685

unclean, impure 

Æ´û

3701

3686

year

Æ¿¢ß

3702

3687

poverty (due to loss of trade)

3688

a tax, taken yearly

from the free able-bodied non-Muslim
male subjects of the Muslim
government that ensures them
protection.
3689

with their hands

3690

pl. who are subdued

Ruku'
3691

4

v: 5

they imitate

10

¦

ˆ¨ôŠ ß
ˆ¨Ď³ 

ÈÀÌÂÄüŽ’ð

treasure up

peace of reassurance
3684

¦Œ è ’Ø

ˆ¨ ¦³)

(sr.:
3703

flanks, sides
(sr.:

ÉÁ¢¦Ž³
Ƨü³ 

¤ü³)

3704

to hoard, to treasure 

ÄüïŠ

¾úß

3705

number

ƨ ¾ ß

ÀÈ ÌÂÂã ¢Ï

3706

four

ˆ¨à¥Ì°¢È

3707

inviolable , sacred

ƿ·

¸ï°

ÀÈ Œ  ÿ¢Ô

(Ziqa'da, Zilhajjah, Muharram
and Rajab are sacred months in 

Surah 9: At-Taubah

155

which war is prohibited as a
sign of respect to Hajj)

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ®M®Â¬

3725

they waver / hesitate

ˆ¨M碊ï

3726

to go forth, setting out

Æ«Ì»

ŒžÊÈ üó¦

3727

they made preparation

¦Ì ¾ߢÈ

3728

preparation, equipment

3729

to be sent forth

¸ï°

3730

trouble, evil

ÌÂÂè ûʦ

3731

hurried to and fro

¦àÓ 
̘ŠóŠ 

ö¬’ôëŠ ¢M¯Ê¦

3732

ap. eager listeners

ÀÈ ߢ øÇ

Žú ü’¯¦Žû¢Š¯

3733

among you 

ô’èÇ

3734

they upset / turned things

3708

all together

3709

postponement, transposing
the sacred months
with ordinary months

3710

Part: 10

¦Œ × ¦

they make up /

Ũ ¾ß
ƪ¢àŽ¦ûʦ

make it agree
Ruku'

5

v: 8

11

3711

im. pl. go forth, march forth

3712

pl. you became

¾ ¼ ª

heavy
3713

second of the two

3714

low

3715

uppermost, supreme

3716

lightly (armed)

3717
3718
3719

¢†ç¢Šè »

3720

fg. appeared far

3721

(tiresome) long distance

3722

6

v: 5

12

you granted leave /

upside down
3735

im. allow me,

ÌÀÀŠ ’ŸÊ¦

give me exemption

¦ŒØìŠ Ç

3737

fg. grieves 

šÈ«

3738

well pleased, rejoiced

¬
È ŽÂçŠ

Ì©¾ à¥

3739

fg. one

ˆ¨MìË

3740

dl. two good /

¦¾ Ï¢Šë

easy, moderate

¦¦MôŠë

they have fallen

µ
È Âß

adventure, gain 

öŒð󊢊ô »

3736

†¢Šì ¯

heavily (armed)

Ruku'

¢’ôß

†¢¦»

à ¾·Ê¤
¦

Žú üÈ·

glorious things

¸ï°

3741

willingly 

ªûʯ¢È

¢ß׊

3742

unwillingly

¢ÿÂïŠ

exemption
3723

asks leave / exemption

ÉÀ¯Ê ’˜¬È

3743

pl. contributions, spendings

©¢ŠìèŠ û

3724

fg. became prey to doubt 

ª¥¢«Ì°Ê¦

3744

lazily

D¢Ȍï 

Surah 9: At-Taubah
3745

156 

êÿÄ«

caused to depart

3746

they are afraid

3747

place to flee to,

Part: 10

3/4

10th Part 

øŠôߦÈÂ

¦ 

 Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦

pl. caves

3749

place to enter,

3763

opposes, sets against

†˜´’ô÷

̮ʮ¢¸

3764

talk idly

Ƶ»

Ç©¦È°¢ä÷

3765

jest, play

†» ¾÷

3766

ni. pl. make no excuse

Ruku'

a retreating hole
3750

ÀÈ ¸ø ´

they run away in haste /

8 

¤ àóŠ
v: 7

3767

portion, share

¦ÌÂÉ° À¬à«¢Šó
¸ï°

14

Ƽ¢Šô»

in obstinate rush
you indulged in idle talk

slanders, finds fault 

Äø ’ô

3768

3751

overthrown (cities)

pv. are / were given

¦ŒØßÉ¢

3769

3752

fg. came

they are enraged

ÀÈ ŒØ¼ 
È

3770

3753

gardens of Eden,

enough for us,

¢ü¦È·

3771

3754

sufficient unto us
3755

ÀÈ ¦ã ¦È°

ap. those who turn with

7

v: 17

13 

ö¬Ô»
©¢Šð è«š÷ 
ª«¢È

ÇÀ¾ßÊ©¢ ü³

everlasting gardens
Ruku'

9

v: 6

15

¸ï°

’ÚŒô’ãɦ

3772

im. be hard

¸ï°

3773

found fault, took revenge 

öìŠ û 
î

hope, those who implore
Ruku'

¯

ÀÈ Œë ’è

place of refuge
3748 

¨¯

3756

ap. those who are employed 

ú ô ÷¢ß

3774

it will be

3757

be reconciled, be won over

¨ŠèMóš÷

3775

chastised,

3758

necks, those in bondage,

§¢ŠëÊ°

put as a consequence
3776

slaves 

¤ìŠ ß¢È 

ú ÷Ê°¢Šã

failed to fulfill,

¦ŒèôŠ »¢È

turned adverse

3759

debtors, those in debt

3760

wayfarer

Žò Ž¦ Èó¦ú¥Ê¦

3761

they hurt

ÀÈ ÌÂɯš

3778

endeavor

3762

ear

ÆÀɯɢ

3779

seventy

3777

those who do something 

ú ß MØ÷

willingly 

¾ ³ 
ú à¦Ç 

Surah 9: At-Taubah
Ruku'

10

157

v: 8

¸ï°

16

Part: 11
3795

they make excuses

ÀÈ ŒèMô¼ 

3796

to make excuse

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ° À¬à
°¦ŠÀ ¬ßʦ

3780

pp. those left behind

3781

behind

»
È ¢Šô »

3797

news, matters

3782

sitting 

¾à’ì÷

°¢¦»¢È

3798

more likely to be

3783

heat

 ·

É°¾³¢È

3799

loss, penalty, fine

3784

let them laugh,

¦Œð¸ 
Ô ó

¢÷Âä÷

3800

pl. circles / turns / changes 

Ÿ ¦È®È

they should laugh
3785

¦Œð¦ ó

let them weep,

(of fortunes)
3801

they should weep
3785a

those who remained behind

3786

those who have 

ú è ó¢»

3787

æ ó¦»

(women) who are left
behind when their husbands
go out (on war)

Ruku'
3788

11

3802

v: 9

17

ap. those who make

¸ï°

the Arabs living in desert

things that bring (them) near

©¦ôŠ Ï

3803

blessings

3804

sr. approach, 3802

3805

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ°OÀà÷
§¦ÂߢÈ

©¢¥Œë

pl. approaches,

Ruku'

excuses
3789

(of fortune)

ʾMØó¦ŒóÂÉ¢

wealth and influence

ƨ Ÿ¦È®

sr. circle / turn / change

12

v: 10

ˆ¨¥Œë
1

ap. those who are first /

¸ï°

ÀÈ Œì¥Ž¢Ç

foremost
3806

around you

3807

they became stubborn /

¦¸Ð 
û 

öŒðóŠ ·
¦ÌÂÉ®Â÷

3790

they are sincere and true

3791

I give ride

3792

tears 

Þ÷®È

3809

they mixed / mingled

3793

way

ˆò Ž¦Ç

3810

im. pray (for them)

3794

pl. rich (persons)

 ¢Žü’ã¢È

OòÏ

3811

assuagement, relief 

úðŠ Ç

3812

those who are made to

^ Part:11

Œòø ·¢È

ÈÀÌÂÉ° À¬à Ä³`

persisted
3808

they acknowledged /

¦Œç ¬ßʦ

confessed

¦ŒØôŠ »

ÀÈ ³ Â÷ 

Surah 9: At-Taubah

158

await, those held in suspense

Part: 11
3831

ʨÂÈà’ó¦ ¨ߢÇ

hour of hardship,

3813

to put off (for a while)

Æ ¢³Ì°Ê¤

3814

ambush, outpost

Æ®¢Ḭ̈ʤ

3832

three

3815

warred against

§
È °È ¢·

3833

pv. they were left behind

3816

ni. do not stand, never stand 

öŒì«¢Šó

3834

fg. straitened, constrained,

3817

founded on 

Æ Ç¢È
ÆÀ¢ü¥

3818

building

3819

brink, bank, edge

3820

precipice, cliff

3821

that which is ready

time of distress

¨Š¯¢Šô¯Š

3835

fg. became vast / spacious, 3681

Ruku'

14

v: 8

3

thirst

ǻ³

3837

fatigue, tiredness

Ç°¢ÿ

3838

hunger

3839

they walk / stepped

ÀÈ Œ ØŠ 

3840

any step

ɾ¦Ä¢Šó

¢†  × ÷

3841

to gain

3842

valley

ˆ˜øۊ 
¤Ðû
ˆ¨Ðø¼÷

¦

3823

will never cease

3824

they built

¦ü¥

3825

doubt, suspicion

ˆ¨¦Ê°

13

v: 11

¸ï°

2

3826

ap. those who praise

ÀÈ Ì¾÷ ¢·

3827

ap. those who fast,

ÀÈ ¸Ÿ ¢Ç

those who wander in devotion
to cause of Allah
3828

ap. those who forbid

¸ï°

3836

broke down with him

Ruku' 

ª¦·°È

¢ŠèË

þŽ¥È°¢ ûʦ

tumbled down with him, 

ªëŠ ¢Ó

3680

to crumble down
3822

¦ŒèOô»

Ruku'

¢Ê®¦ÈÂ

15

v: 4

4

¸ï°

3843

they are nearer to you 

öŒðû Œô

3844

harshness, to be stern

ˆ¨ÜŠ ’ô ã

11th Part
3845

ÀÈ ÿ¢û

(others from)

†û

1/4

ÈÀÂÉ° À¬à Ä³Þ¥°

pv. they are put in trial /

Àü¬’è

test
3846

every year

3829

tender-hearted, soft-hearted

ÆÁ¦M¢È

3847

turned

3830

forbearing, clement, patient 

ö ô·

3848

grievous

Ç¿¢ßMòŒï
»
È ÂÏ 
ÄŽÄß 

Surah 10: Younus
3849

159 

ö ¬Žüß

you're overburdened/

Part: 11
3862

made to suffer

hope

3850

full of pity, most kind

ƻɠ°È

3863

call, prayer

3851

suffices me, 

Ž¦È·

3864

greeting

sufficient to me
3852

The tremendous

ö Üà’ó¦ʳÂà’ó¦

Throne, The Supreme Throne
Ruku'

16

v: 7

¸ï°

5 

Æû  ɨ°È Ç`

^

(Prophet) Jonah :
good actions

à ß®È
¦

Ruku'

1

ˆ¨ ¸«
v: 10

6

¸ï°

Œò´à 

3865

hastens

3866

vn. to desire with haste

3867

on his side

3868

ap. prodigals,

¾¢´à ¬Çʦ
þŽ¦ü³ 
ú ç Ž È÷

extravagant people

Surah 10: Younus
3853

ÀÈ ³Â¢Šó

they do not expect /

Ǽ¾ ÏÈ¿¾ëŠ

(they had) advanced

ª’ŸÊ¦

3869

im. bring

3870

other than this

¦ŠÀÿŽÂãŠ

3854

begins

É£¾¦

3871

im. change

3855

creation 

ê’ô»

3872

I make you know

3856

repeats 

¾ à

3873

I dwelt, I tarried

3857

splendor, bright,

Å ¢ Ó 

ª’°¦ŽóŠ

3874

(a big portion of) life

¦Âøß

¾¾¥ 
öŒï °Ì®¢È
¦

shining glory
3858

measured, disposed

3859

stages

number

3861

years

ˆ¨üÇ)

2

v: 10

7

¸ï° 

ú³

keep moving / blowing

3876

stormy wind

Æ®¾ß

3877

they rebel / transgress 

ú Žü Ç

3878

plants, greenery

3879

ornament, adornment

»Â»É±

3880

reaped corn,

¦¾ з

ƾŽÄü÷)

3860

Ruku'
3875

¾Ê±¢ü÷

(sr.:

(sr.:

°È ¾ëŠ 

æ Ï¢ß
ÀÈ ä¦
Æ©¢¦û 

Surah-10: Younus

160

clean-mown harvest
3881

will not cover,

¼ Á ° 

êÿ ¢Šó

will not overshadow
3882

covered, overshadowed

3883

darkness

3884

ap. protector, defender

3885

pv. are covered /

3898

a part of the day

3899

they recognize 

êÿ°È

Ê°¢ üó¦ú÷†¨ߢÇ
ÀÈ Œç°È ¢à¬

one another 

¬ëŠ

3900

when

U÷ 

ö Ï¢ß

3901

by night

¢«¢¥ 

ª ̒ãÉ¢

3902

what is there of,

¦È¯¢÷

¢à؊ ë

3903

they seek information

overcast with

ˆ¨à’Ø ë)

Part: 11

what could there be

3886

slices, pieces (sr.:

yea, yes

darkness, pitch dark

¢ø ô’Ü÷

3904

3887

by (oath) my Lord

(stand at) your place 

öŒðû¢Šð÷

3905

3888
3889
3890
3891

separated, split
to us only
then and there

3892

experience, apprehend

3893

fg. sent before, did in past

Ruku'

3

v: 10

8

3894

or who is?

3895

fg. proved true

3896

cannot find guidance

Ruku'
3897

4

v: 10

they didn't stay,
hadn't tarried

9

5

Äʤ
v:13 

¥°È ÂÈ
10

òŠ Mȱ

3906

¢û¢ ʤ

regret, remorse

3907 

î ó¢üÿ

Lo!

3908

has Allah permitted?

¦Œô¦«

Ruku'

¸ï°

ˆ¨÷¦¾û
¢Šó¢È

6

v: 7

11

ÀÈ Ê¯¢ÈɅ ¦
¦

¸ï° 

ªèŠ ôŠ Ç¢È

3909

you are not

¸ï°

3910

condition, business

3911

you start doing ..

ÀÈ Ô è « 

ú ÷¢È

3912

escapes not, not hidden

ɧÄà¢÷ 

ªMì·

3913

smaller

ÌľŽ ¢Šó

3914

they only guess/

ÈÀÂÉ° À¬à Ä³æÐû

11th Part

Ruku'

ÀÈ Œ ¦Žü¬È

¸ï°

¦Œ°¦’ôöóŠ

ÉÀŒð«¢÷
À’˜Ë 

ÂäÏ¢È
Àϼ

make conjectures
Ruku'
11th Part

7

v: 10

3/4

12

¸ï°

ÈÀÂÉ° À¬à  Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ 

¨¯

¯ 

Surah 11: Hud

161

3915

my sojourn, my staying 

÷¢Šì÷

3916

vn. reminding, admonishing 

 ï’À«

3917

dubious, hesitating

3917a

those who warn 

úÊ°À ü÷

3918

those who are warned 

úÊ°ÀŠ ü÷

3919

you turn

3920

8

© » ¾

v: 12

3921

lofty, tyrant

3922

dl. (you both) 

ª è’ô«

É –ŽÂ¦ ï

² ¿ ¶

3924

im. harden

3925

pv. is / was accepted

3926

ni. dl. do not follow

3927

overtook

3928

body
9 

®ÿ ɨ°È Ç`

^

(Prophet) Hud :
Surah 11: Hud
3934 

ªø ð·É¢

pv. perfected,

guarded, decisive
3935

expounded

ÌÀ¾Móú ÷

3937

He will give / grant

Ê©š 

Æ ø’×ʦ

3938

they fold up

ÀÈ ü’°

Ì®¾Ëɦ

3939

they cover (with clothing) 

ª¦ Ž³É¢

3940

clothes, garments

¸ï°

(sr.:

3941

we delayed, held back

3942

reckoned time,
definite term

they read

ÀÈ É ’ì

3944

cannot be

3931

avail not 

Žüä«¢÷

3932

warners (sr.:

Ruku'

10

v: 11

15

Ì°ŒÀû
¸ï°

¢û » ¢È
Ǩ®È ̾ à ÷ 
¨÷ É¢

what keeps (it) back 

 Àû)

§¢ ¯

¨ ¥¡È®ú ÷¢÷ÂÈ  Ä³`

^ Part:12

3943

3930

ÀÈ Ìä¬È

Ƨ¯Š)

¢È ¦÷

abode, settlement 

ªôŠ Ќç

pv. explained in detail /

¦ ¦«

À¾¥

3929

¸ï°

16

from near

OÀ–àŽ¦ ¬«¢Šó

14

v: 6

3936

½
È °È Ì®¢È
v: 10

11

M®¡È°

Ǿ¢ß
¦

im. deface, destroy

Ruku'

one who can keep back / repel

Ruku'

¸ï°

13

provide dwellings
3923

3933

ˆ¨ øŒã

greatness, supremacy

Ruku'

Part: 12

Æ 
Ž¦¸ 
¢÷

ú ß ¢†çÌ Р
÷ ÆóŠ

turned away
Ruku'
3945

1

v: 8

is despairing

1

¸ï°

ƲŒ  

Surah 11: Hud

162

Part: 12

3946

thankless, ungrateful

Æ°ŒèïŠ

3947

graces, favors

 È ¢øà û

3948

exulting

ƬŽÂçŠ

3965

abject, meanest

3949

boastful

Æ°¼ 
çŠ

ɾ¯Ê ¦È°¢È

3966

at first thought,

ÊÄ̢ ó¦ÈÄÊ®¢¥

3950

ap. foresaker,

3952.
3953

we repay fully

3954

pv. they will

² ­ §

they contrived/

2

v: 16

apparently 

êŸ ¢Ó

3968

we compel / adhere

Ç©¢Â ¬’è÷

3969

ap. one who drives away

O»û

3970

vn. to drive away, 

ÈÀÈ 
¼ 
¦ ¢Šó 
¦àüÏ 

̧¦Ä· ¢È

clans, sects
(sr.:

Ʈ ׊
ÌÄÊ°®È Ä «

scorn! to hold in
mean estimation

3972

crime, guilt

3973

my guilt, my crime

Ruku'

ƧÄ · )

3957

im. you be not

3958

doubt

3959

pv. they are

î 
«¢Šó
¨Â ÷
µ° ¸

¿¦³ ʤ

witnesses (sr.:

3961

surely, without a doubt

3962

the greatest losers

3963

they humbled / bowed

3

v: 11 

÷¦³ ʤ
¸ï°

3

im. be not distressed,

Æ 
  ¬¦ «¢Šó

don't grieve
3975

Þ üÏ 
ʦ

im. build, make

(to build, to make:

ˆ¨à ü Ï 
)
¢üŽüß ¢È

®¢ Ë ¢È

3976

our eyes

¿È  ³ ¢Šó

3977

ni. speak not

ÀÈ ÌÂÂ È 
» ˜Š’ó¦

3978

will fall / unloose

¦¬¦» ¢È

3979

gushed forth

È°¢Šç

3980

oven

° ü« 

¾ Ž Ë )

3960

3974 

ÈÀÓ 
 à 

brought before

Ʈʰ¢Š×

to track away
3971

¸ À ´

ª 
øß
É¿ŽÄ’ôû

designed
3956

¸ï°

2

made obscure from sight

not be given less,
will not have diminution
3955

Ruku'

3967

straitened
invented, fabricated

ÊÀ¢Ž¬È 


dl. (both of them are)

equal

ƽʰ¢«

one who gives up
3951

3964

¤ 
× ¢¼«¢Šó
Nò¸
 

Surah-11: Hud

163

3981

im. pl. ride / embark

3982

its course / sailing

§ ½ °

Part: 12 

¦¦ïŠ ̰ʦ

3999

denied, opposed

¢ÿ ´÷

4000

arrogant enemy of truth

¢ÿ¢Ç ÷

4001

they were pursued by

¾ ¸ 
³

¦

¾üŽß
¦à Ž¦«ɦ

3983

its mooring / anchoring

3984

aloof, apart

made you to dwell

I will betake myself

ÌÄÊÂ ¦

4002

3985

 ø à ¬Ç ʦ

ap. responsive

came in between

¾È ¢·

4003

3986 

¤ Ž´÷

one in whom people

im. swallow up 

à Šô¥Ê¦

4004

3987

¦ ³ Â ÷

3988

im. hold, cease 

à ô ’ë¢È

4005

loss, perdition

3989

abated, subsided, sank

Ò 
ã

4006

they cut the legs

3990

rested

Ì©¬Ç ʦ

4007

will not be belied

3991

Judi, name of a

OÄÊ®³

4008

blast

4009

they were lifeless

ǾĎ à ÷
¦

Ruku'

5

v: 11

have great expectations

ÂÊȼ 
«
¦ÌÂÂ ìŠ ß
ǧÌŒÀ’ð÷ ÂãŠ
ˆ¨¸ 
Ï 

mountain in Iraq
3992

¦¾à ¥

be away, be cursed

1/4

12th Part

¨ ¥¡È®ú÷ ¢÷ÂÈ  Ä³Þ¥°

3993

I admonish

3994

im. descend, disembark

Ruku'
3995

4

v: 14

· ¸ Â

3997

seized

3998

forelock

Ruku'

6

v: 8

roasted

4013

reach not 

ï Ê°¢«

4014

felt mistrust

¦¬ß ʦ

4015

conceived, felt

ˆ¨Ï
¢û

4016

fear

Prophet Hud was
sent as a messenger
ap. forsakers, deserters

lived not

4012

®¢ß

¦üä öóŠ

they dwelled not /

made no delay

'Aad, a people towards whom

3996

4010

4011

¸ï°

4

ú ø ¯ ¢³

on ground 

ŒÚß ¢È
Ö
’ Ž¦ÿ ʦ

¸ï°

5

6

¸ï°

®
Š Ž¦óŠ¢÷

À üŽ·
ŒòÐ
«¢Šó
 ð û
Æ 
³ Ì¢È
ˆ¨èŠ » 

Surah 11: Hud
4017

fg. laughed

4018

after

4019

Oh! Woe unto me!

4020

Shall?

4021

I (will) bear /

164

Part: 12
4037

we want / desire

 È ¡È°ÂÈ

4038

strong support / refuge

UŠôÂÈ ¢

4039

they cannot reach

 È

4040

part of the night

Žò Mó¦ú÷‰Þ’Øë

¾ ó ¢È

4041

ni. turn not back,

ª 
è ¬’ô¢Šó

give birth (to a child)
4022

old woman

4023

my husband

4024

man of old age

4025

people of this house

4026

departed

4027

fear, alarm

4028

one who often turns

¾ ŽÂû

ª 
ðŠ ¸
Ó 

¾¾ Ë ‰ú’ïÉ°
¦ŒôÐ
úóŠ

look not back

ɱ´ 
ß

4042

upper side of it 

ôà ¥

4043

downside of it, under it

¢ ôŠ ç¢Ç

¢¼Ë

4044

rain of stones

‰ò ´Ç

ª
¦’ó¦Šòÿ ¢È

4045

pp. piled up

¤ 
ÿ ¯È

¢ ó ¢ß

®Ô 
ü ÷

(layer on layer)

ˆ¨÷ È 
÷

ɸÌ ó¦

4046

pp. marked 

¤ Žü÷

4047

far off, far away

Ruku'

7

v: 15

¾à ¥
¸ï°

7

to God again and again
4029

cannot be averted,

®Ç ÌÂɮ ÷ ÂãŠ

12th Part

unavoidable

žŠ Ç

4048

1/2

¨ ¥¡È®ú÷ ¢÷ÂÈ  Ä³æÐû

Æ®ÌÂÉ®ÂÈ

ap. most loving,

4030

grieved, distressed

4031

straitened

¼
È ¢Ó

we do not understand

in heart

¢ßÌ°¯È

4049

4032

your family

dreadful, distressful 

¤ Ð
ß

4050

4033

we (would have) stoned

they came rushing

ÀÈ ß Â  

4051

4034

family

my guests 

èÓ 

4052

4035

more honorable

a right minded man 

¾ Ë M°ˆò³ °È

4053

4036

fountain of love (vn.:

K®ÂÈ )
þ ìŠ ’èû¢÷
î 
ŒØÿ °È
¢üø ³ °È
ˆÖÿ °È
Äß ¢È 

Surah 12: Yousuf

165

4054

behind back

4055

im. pl. watch, wait

4056

watcher

Ruku'

8

¢ ŽÂ Û

v: 12

8

brought / led (them) to

4058

destination, descent

4059

pp. place to descend,

4060

gift, present

4061

pp. that which is gifted/

¸ï°

4074

doubt

4075

unabated, undiminished

4076 

¾’çÊ°

4077

presented 

¾ Ð
·

ruin, perdition, downfall

4064

a day of witness,

wailing, sighing

4068

sobbing

4069

so long as (they)

¸ï°

¦ä ’Ø«¢Šó

ni. pl. transgress not,

be not inordinate

¦üïŠ Â «¢Šó

ni. pl. incline not,

lean not 

çŠ Â׊

4078

dl. two ends

4079

some hours of night,

Žò Môó¦ú÷¢†èóŠÉ±

approaches of night

©¢üÈ 
·

Æ® Ì 
÷ Æ¿

4081

evils, vices

4082

men of understanding

4083

pv. they were given 

ì Ë

Ç´Œìü ÷ ÂãŠ

9

virtues, good deeds

 –ì Ë ¢È)

4067

v: 14

4080

wretched, unhappy

glad, happy (pl.:

9

¨Â ÷ 

¤ ¦Ž¬ «

a day of testimony

4066

Ruku'

Æ®ÌÂÉ°÷
Æ®Œç ÷

4063

î 
«¢Šó

ni. you be not

Ʈ̰ÊÂ

reaped, mown

unfailing, unceasing
4073

®È °È Ì¢È

4062

ǯÌŒÀ´ 
÷ ÂãŠ

never cut off, 

¤ ë °È

place to be led to

(pl.:

4072

¦¦ì «̰ʦ

4057

4065

Part: 12

©¢Š Ç

¨ ì ¥¦ŒóÂÉ¢
¦ŒçŽ «É¢

plenty / luxury

 ¡¾à Ç ) ¾ à Ç

4084

we make firm 

Âç ±È

4085

your heart 

ê Ž Ë
ª 
÷ ¦È®¢÷

endure/remain
4070

one who does / accomplishes

ƾ¢ àçŠ

4071

gifts

Å ¢ŠØß

Ruku'

10

^

ª 
¦°Šû
½È ®È ¦šŒç

v: 14

¸ï°

10 

æÇ ɨȰÇ

`

(Prophet) Joseph :
Surah 12: Yousuf 

Surah 12: Yousuf

166

Â Ì 
ß ¾· ¢È

4086

eleven

4087

vision, dream

4088

interpretation of

1

4104

¢Ì É°

v: 6

11

4089

a strong group

4090

im. pl. cast away /

is sought

will be free / alone

4092

dark depths

4093

well, pit

4094

will find / pick up

4095

some caravan

ÀÈ ŒèÐ
«

you describe / assert

4106

water-drawer / carrier

¸ï°

4107

let down

ˆ¨¦Ð 
ß

DÌ®¢È

4108

bucket 

’ó®È

4109

O! Good luck!

Œò¼ 


4110

boy (boys:

ÆÀ¢ø’ô ã)

Æ¿¢ŠôŒã

ª
¥¢ãŠ

4111

treasure, merchandise

ˆ¨ߢԎ¥ 

¤³

4112

small, mean

‰Æ¼¥

’Öì ¬’ô

4113

Dirhams,

ö ÿ¦È°®È 

· Â ’×ʦ

ʨ°¢ È
ó¦Òà ¥

à ÂÌ¥¢

silver coins of that age
4114

of travelers

¦¾ãŠ

®È Ê°¦ÈÂ

¦

drive away
4091

ÆÀ¢à¬È÷

pp. one whose help,

4105

®
Ê®¢·˜Š’ó¦ŽòÊ’˜«

events
Ruku'

Part: 12

ap. those who renounce / 

ú ¾ ÿ¦È±

attach no value

4096

tomorrow, morning

4097

enjoys, refreshes

Þ «Â 

4115

keep him honorably

4098

wolf 

¤’ŸÊ¯

4116

fg. made (him) yield /

4099

at nightfall

Å ¢Ìß

fg. closed

they weep

ÀÈ Œð¦ 

4117

4100 

ªìŠ MôãŠ

doors

we race / compete 

ꦎ¬È 
û

4118

4101

§¦¥¢È

4119

come on, O you

4120

(I seek) refuge in Allah,

12th Part

¨
¥¡È® ú ÷¢÷ÈÂ

4102

made up

4103

most fitting, pretty 

 Ä³ 

¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯

¯ 

ªóŠ Ç
ˆò ø³

Ruku'

2

v: 14

12

¸ï° 

÷ŽÂ’ï¢È
Ì©®È ÂÈ ¦È°

entreated 

îóŠª ÿ
ʅ¦È¯¢à÷

Allah forbid!
4121

fg. tore

Ì© ¾ëŠ 

Surah 12: Yousuf

167

þÐ øëŠ



Part: 12
Ruku'

4

v: 6

4121a

his shirt

4122

dl. they met

¢èŠ ’ó¢È

4140

prison

4123

her husband

¢ÿ¾Ç

4141

two young men

4124

near, at

¦¾óŠ

4142

I press / squeeze 

ú´ Ç
ÊÀ¢¬çŠ
° ´ ¸

what is recompense for?

É ¦Ä³¢÷

4143

breads

4126

pv. be imprisoned 

ú´È

4144

diverse, sundry (lords)

4127

pv. is torn

¾Œë

4145

pv. will be crucified,

4128

before / front

ò¦Œë

4129

behind / back

¥ɮ

Ruku'

3

v: 9

¦Ä¦»
ÀÈ ŒëÂèŠ ¬÷ 
¤ôŠ Ð 

¤ ôÏ)

(cross:
4146

one who is saved / released

4147

few years

¸ï°

13 

ÂÐ
ߢÈ

(to get juice)

4125

À « ²

¸ï°

14

Ç«¢û 

ú Žü ÇÞԎ¥

4130

women

ƨȎû

4131

fg. seeks to seduce

É®ÂÊ ¦Â«

4148

pl. cows, kine (sr.:

4132

slave-boy

UŠç

4149

pl. fat

4133

inspired, (settled firmly) 

æäË

4150

seven

4134

cushioned couch

†˜ðŠ ¬÷

4151

pl. lean

Ç»¢´ ß

4135

knife

¢ü Oð Ç

4152

pl. dry

©¢Ȏ¥¢

4136

exalted, astonished

ÀÈ Â¦’ï¢È

4153

you interpret / answer

4137

dignity is for Allah!

ʅÊ ȳ¢·

4154

confused / 

üŽ ü¬øŒó

4155

remembered, recollected 

öÐà¬Çʦ

4156

after long time

¨ ÷É¢¾à¥

4157

you (will) cultivate

ÀÈ ß°È Ä«

Ruku'

you blamed me

4139

he proved

¿ ´ ¸

consistent, he abstained

v: 7

(sg:

15

¸ï°

ƨÂìŠ ¥) Ç©¦ÂìŠ ¥ 

ú øÇ)

ÌÀ¢ø Ç 
Þ¦Ç

ÀÈ Ì¦à«

Ç¿¢Šô·¢Èɪ¢äÓ¢È

madly dreams

How perfect is Allah!
4138

5 

ÂïŠ M®Ê¦ 

Surah 12: Yousuf
4158
4158a

4159

168

¢¥È¢È®

as usual

ap. hosts, entertainers

4173

young men

4174

their money / goods

ɪ¢ä

4175

saddle bags

¾¢·Ê°

ÈÀÌÂÂÐ
à

4176

we bring our measure

’ò¬’ðû

4177

what more can we desire?

¸ï°

4178

ɾ¢¥¢÷

we will bring food 

 øû

4179 

θз

a full camel's load

‰Â ॊò Šï

4180

solid oath, firm covenant

4181

I cannot avail (you) 

ö«¾Ð·¢øŠç
that you reap, then what you reap 
you preserve
ÈÀüÐ
¸«

4160

pv. will have abundant water

4161

they will press,

squeeze to get oil and juice

4162
4163

6

v: 7

16

what was the case / matter?
open, manifest,

À¢¬ ç 
ö ¬ߢԎ¥

came to light
4164

ɥ¥ɢ¢÷ ij`

^ Part:13
4165 

ú»È¢öŠó

I betrayed not

ɥ ¥É¢¢÷

I do not exculpate / 

ú ó Ď ü÷

4172

and (the harvests)

Ruku'

Part: 13 

ä¦û¢÷

¢†ì ¯ ÷ 

úߎü’ãÉ¢¢÷

against
4182

†¨³¢·

desire, need, want

Ruku'

8

v: 11

¸ï°

2

absolve / acquit

ƨȰ¢ ÷È¢

4183

lodged, took to stay

à ¦ 

Îô ¼¬ÇÈ¢

4184

drinking cup

†¨¢Šì Ç

4185

saddle bag 

ú ð÷

ˆò·È°

4186

O! caravan 

ú ÷È¢ 

 à’ó¦¢ ¬ È¢

4187

ap. thieves

µÌ°Š˜’ó¦úŸ ¦Ä»

4188

they turned

4189

what is? 

Ä ³

4190

you miss, you find lost

±¢ ³

4191

we miss / have lost

4166

enjoins, incites

4167

I will single (him) out,

° ¿ ¦

I will take (him) specially
4168

of high standing

4168a

fully trusted

4169

treasures of earth

Ruku'
4170
4171

7

v: 8

furnished, provided
provisions

1

¸ï°

¦

¦

¼ ° ² 

ÈÀŒëÊ°¢Ç
¦Œô¦’ëÈ¢
¦È¯¢÷
ÈÀÌÂ¾ì ’è« 
¾ì ’èû 

168 

Surah-13: Ar-Ra'd

169

Part: 13

4192

drinking cup

ȸ¦Ï

4210

I complain, I expose (grief)

¦ŒðËÈ¢

4193

a camel load

‰Â ौòø·

4211

my grief / emotion / distress 

O°¥

4194

guarantor, bound 

ö ßȱ

4212

im. pl. inquire, ascertain

¦È ȸ 
«

4195

began, started

È¢¾¥

4213

soothing Mercy of Allah

ʅ¦ʬÌÂÈ°

4196

luggage, baggage

¨ ßÌÂÈ¢

4214

small, scanty

¨¢³Ä÷

4215

im. bestow in charity

̼ ¾Ð«

¢û¾ ï

4216

preferred / chosen you

î ôø’ó¦ŽúÊ®

4217

no reproach, no fear

Æ ¢ßÊÂ)

(sr.:
4197

we planned

4198

king's law

Ruku'

9

v: 11

¸ï°

3

4199

they (sat) apart, in privacy

4200

to confer, to counsel

4201

I will not go forth /

¦ÐôŠ »

Ruku'
4218

¢ Ž´û
¬Â¥È¢úŠó

10

v: 14

you failed

4203

caravan

4204

made up, contrived

4205

turned away

4

you think me a dotard,

ÊÀ̾üèŠ «

you think that I have
old age madness

1/4

13th Part

ɥ ¥É¢¢÷ ijޥ°

4219

throne

³Âß

 ß

4220

desert

ʾ¥ 

ªŠó Ç 
úߐó «

Alas! my grief! 

èÇÈ¢¢

4207

became white 

ª ԥʦ

4208

you will not cease

4220a. im. join

4222

you desired strongly

Ruku'
4223

11 

ê ¸’óÈ¢ 
öŽ ¾Šó

with them

v: 11 

ªÏ·
5

overwhelming, extensive,

¸ï°

¨ Ë¢Šã

covering
4224

¢Ó·

/ unite (me with)

4221 

Œï’À«¦š¬’è«

remembering
of ruined health,

¸ï° 

ö ¬’× Šç

4206

4209

¦ 

¤ŽÂ’°«¢Šó

leave / move
4202

ȽŠ¯ ¦

†¢³Ê°

men

Ruku'

12

v: 7

6

¸ï°

extremely ill 

169 

Surah-13: Ar-Ra'd

^

170

ŒžÌ
ü 

¾ß Âó¦ ɨ°È Ç`

4240

raises, brings up

Thunder

4241

pl. clouds

§¢¸Ç

4242

pl. heavy

¾¢Šì ¯

4243

thunder

4244

mighty in prowess,

Surah 13: Ar-Ra'd
4225

Part: 13

¾øß

pillars, supports

®¢ø ß)

(sr.:
4226

spread out, stretched out

¾÷

4227

different tracts / regions 

ÞŠØ ë

4228

neighboring,

©¦È°Ê¢´¬÷ 

¾ß Âó¦
ʾ¢¸ ø’ó¦¾ ¾Ë

severe in avenging
4245

ap. one who ¶ ² § 

ˆÖ Ç¢¥

stretches
4246

dl. his two palms / hands

4247

mouth

4248

shadows

4249

flew

4250

valleys, channels,

bordering each other
4229

ÆÀ¦ü Ï

palm trees growing out
of a single roots

4230

À¦ü Ï Šã

plam trees each

growing on its own roots
4231

shackles, yokes

¾¢Šô’ãÈ¢

4232

necks

¼¢üßÈ¢

4233

©¢ŠôŒ°÷

exemplary (punishments)

Ruku'

1

v: 7

7

¸ï°

þ MèŠï 

睌睢Šç
¾¢Šô Û 
ªŠó¢Ç
ˆ¨Ê®ÌÂÈ¢

water courses

Šòø¬·Ê¦

4251

bore

4252

torrent, water course

ˆò Ç

foam, scum

fall short 

Ò ä«

4253

4234

¦¾¥È±

swelling on top

Highly Exalted

¾¢à¬÷

4254

4235

¢Ž¥¦È°

they smelt / kindle

one who hides

æ

¼¬È÷

4255

4236

ornaments

one who walks 

Ƨʰ¢Ç

4256

4237

ˆ¨’ô ·

refuse, scum

guards / watchmen

©¢¦Oìà÷

4257

4238

Å ¢Šè³

4258

remains, tarries, lasts

§ ° ²

(in succession) following
one another
4239

protector, defender

¾¦ÈÂ

Ruku'

2

v: 11

ÈÀÌÂ¾ë  

8

Œ®Œðø
¸ï° 

170 

Surah-14: Ibrahim

171

4259

they join / unite

4260.

they repel / overcome

perpetual, everlasting

ÈÀŒôÐ
 

ö Ÿ¦È®

4277

end, final, (outcome)

ÀÈ ÌÂ É °È ¾

R’ìß

4278

they rejoice

 ¦È°È®)

(vn.:
4261

4276

ɥ ¥É¢¢÷ ijæÐû

13th Part

Ruku'

final attainment of the

°¦ ¾ó¦¦’ìß

(eternal) home 

öàŽû

4262

excellent

4263.

they break / violate

Ruku'

3

Part: 13

v: 8

9

4264

set at rest, get satisfaction

4265

joy, bliss

4266

pv. cause to be moved /

makes to pass away, effaces

4280

original book, source

4268

pv. made to speak

4269

disaster, sudden calamity

4270

cause to settle, befall
4

v:5

4271

I gave respite

4272

im. pl. name (them)

4273

harder, more painful

§¢¬ ð’ó¦N¿É¢ 
Βìû

4281

to reduce, to curtail

¸ï°

4282

borders, sides, outlying parts

4283

none can put back / reverse

ú  ø’Ø«

»¦’×È¢

Ruku'

Ì©ÂÇ

6

^

ˆ¨ßÊ°¢Šë
Nò¸«
¸ï°

4284

protector, defender

Ǽ¦ÈÂ

4275

food, fruits

ŒòŒïÉ¢

¸ï° 

ö ÿ¦Â¥Ê¤ ɨ°È Ç`

1

13
¥
É Â 
¥¢É¢
÷Â

¸ï° 

 Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦

¨¯ 

¯

¢üŠô¦Ç

our ways / paths

ˆò Ž¦Ç)

(sr.:
4286

v: 6

3/4

13th Part
4285

ʅ¦Ê¿¢ È¢

days of Allah

Ruku'

êËÈ¢

4274

12

Surah 14: Ibrahim 

ª Šô÷È¢
¦ øÇ

v: 6

¤ 
Oìà ÷¢Šó

Abraham

ö OôŒï

10

¦¸ø

of ordinance, basis of book 

ªàO،ë

pv. cause to be torn

¸ï°

11

ÈÀԌìü

9Œ×

4267

v: 6

4279

passed

Ruku'

5

ÈÀ·Â ’è

the hurt you caused us,

¢û ø¬ȯ ¦
¦

you are persecuting us
Ruku'

2

v: 6

14

¸ï° 

171 

Surah-15: Al-Hijr

172

4287

disappointed, frustrated

ȧ¢»

4288

tyrant, enemy (of truth)

¾Žüß

4289

pv. made to drink 

ìÈ

4290

liquid pus

¾ ¾Ï

4291

sips in gulps

ˆ¨ß³)

(vn.:
4292

ɸ ´¬
É®¢Šð¢Šó

will not be near

Œâ ÊÈ

4293

swallows

4294

ashes

4295

fg. became hard, furious

4296

®¢÷È°

æ Ï¢ßÇ¿

stormy day

4297

they came forth, appeared

4298

following

4299

Ì© ¾¬Ëʦ
¦ÌÂɱÂ¥
¢à¦«
ÈÀüä÷

you can avail, avert

4300

we be impatient / rage

¢üߎij

4301

place to escape, refuge

Î ¸÷

Ruku'
4302
4303
4304
4305
4306

3

v: 9

15

¸ï°

ƭŽ Ð÷

Part: 14
Ruku'
4307

4

v: 6

firmly fixed
branch
uprooted

ˆòÏÈ¢ 
ªŽ¥¢Š¯
ƸŠç 
ªM°¬³Ê¦

¸ï°

¦Nô·È¢

caused (their people)
to alight

4308

Ê°¦¦’ó¦È°¦È®

house of perdition /
desolation

4309

befriending, making friends

4310

dl. constant in courses

4311

you cannot count /

¾¢Šô »
Žú ¦ Ÿ¦È®

¦Ð¸«¢Šó

compute
Ruku'
4312

5

v: 7

17

¸ï° 

Žü¦ü³É¦

im. save me,

keep me away 

ªüŠðÇÈ¢

4313

I (have) settled

4314

valley

4315

without cultivation

4316

pp. made sacred / inviolable

Æ¿ ¸÷

4317

incline, yearn towards

ÌĎ «

4318

old age

Ruku'

6

Ç®¦ÈÂ
Ǹ̰ȱÌÄʯŽÂŠã 

¦ ï
v: 7

18

¸ï°

4319

stare in horror 

μ 
Ì«

4320

they run in fear 

ú à Ø ÷

4321

heads upraised 

à üŽ’ì÷

4322

eyes, gaze

»Š×

4323

hearts

ap. helper, one who responds

root

16

¨¾  ’çÈ¢ 

172 

Surah-15: Al-Hijr

173 

®¦šŒç)

(sr.:

Part: 14
4337

pv. intoxicated

4338

pp. those who are

Ì©ÂOðÇ

4324

vacant, a gaping void

Æ ¦ÿ

4325

pv. will be changed

ɾ ¾¦«

4326

pp. those bound / tied in 

ú ûŽ ÂìŠ ÷

4339

constellations, big stars

4327

chains, fetters

®¢ŠèÏÈ¢

4340

stole the hearing

4328

shirts, garments

Œò Ž¥¦ÂÇ

4341

fiery comet

4329

pitch, tar

À¦ ؊ë

4342

we spread out

4343

mountains 

ǦÈÂÈ°

4344

in due balance

ÀÌÂɱ÷

4345

those which fecundate / impregnate

Ruku'

7

v: 11 

´ ¸’ó¦ ɨ°È Ç`

Ruku'

Surah 15: Al-Hijr

4331

4346

¢ø¥É°

often

þ’ô

beguile, delude
(vn.:

Æ ¢ ’óʤ)

4332

why not

¢÷ Šó

4333

factions, sects 

Þ Ë

4334

we make it traverse, ½ ¾ ² 

îŒôÈû

we make way, we creep into
4335

they kept on (doing),

Ruku'

1

¦NôŠÛ

2

they ascends / climb

¸ï°

1

¢³ÌÂÂ¥

¼ ° ² 

ȼ¬Çʦ
Ƨ¢ Ë
¢ûÌ®¾÷

ÈÀ³Âà

v: 10

¸ï°

2

¾¢ВôÏ

sounding clay,
crackling clay

4347

ÀüÈ ÷‰œø·

dark transmuted
mud, molded mud

4348

(fire of) scorching wind

4349

portion, class
(pl.:

Ruku'

3

¿øÇ
Ơij

 ¦Ä³È¢ )
v: 19

3

¸ï°

úŽü ÷¡

4350

pl. those in peaceful security

4351

grudge, hidden sense of injury

4352

couches

they continued
4336

v: 15 

¶ 릊ó

The Rocky Tract

4330

bewitched / enchanted

¸ï°

¢ø¥É° Ä³`

^ Part:14
^

19

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ°¸È÷

òK ã
Æ°ÂÇ 

173 

Surah-16: An-Nahl

174 

ÂŽÂÇ)

(sr.:
4353

ap. pl. facing each other

4354

toil, fatigue

4355

im. inform

4356

those who are afraid

4357

to fear, feel uncomfortable,

Part: 14
4371

those who read the signs 

ú ôŽ¥¢Šì¬÷

4372

highway 

¤Ðû

4373

dwellers of wood

’ž¦û

4374

open highway,

ÈÀŒô³Ž ÈÂ
ˆò³È 

ú øÇ ¬÷ 
ö ì ÷ˆò Ž¦Ç

¨ŠðŠ˜’ó¦ɧ¢¸ÏÈ¢
‰ú Ž¦ ÷Ç¿¢÷ʤ

plain to see
Ruku'

5

v: 19

¸ï°

5

4375

they hew / carve 

öŽ¦Šç

4376

oft-repeated 

ú ؎û¢Šë

4377

strain not, cast not

4378

im. lower, keep gentle,

© ¬ À

afraid
4358

then of what

4359

those who despair /
despond

4360

discouraged, despaired

4361

what business is?

4362

those who stay behind

Ruku'
4363

4

v: 16

ŠÖüŠë 
¤’Ø»¢÷

4

uncommon people,

4364
4365

they doubt
im. travel by night

ÈÀÌÂÂðŠ ü÷Æ¿Šë
À̬ø

4381

im. pl. go, take a start

¦Ô÷ɦ

4367

pp. would be cut-off

ƸŒØ’ì÷

4368

ni. pl. do not me

À¸Ô 
’è«¢Šó

disgrace
by (oath) your life !

4370

time of sunrise

ȽÂøà óŠ 
ú ë Ž Ì÷

MÀ ¾ø«¢Šó 
Ò è»Ê¦
Ƭ¢ü³

wings, sides, arms

ˆ¨¸Žü³È¢ )

(pl.:
4380

4366

4369

4379

¸ï°

ŽÂÇÈ¢ 

Žû¢Š°÷

spread low 

úŽÂŽ¥¢Šã

unknown people 

ÈÀ¬¸
ü 

ú øÊȬ’ì÷

those who make
divisions

¢ø¥É° Ä³Þ¥°

1/4

14th Part
4382 

ú Ô ß

parts, bits

̸¾Ïʦ

im. proclaim, promulgate,

expound
4383

that which is certain, death

Ruku'

6

^

v: 20

6

ú ì

¸ï° 

ò¸ üó¦ ɨ°È Ç`
The Bees

Surah 16: An-Nahl 

174 

Surah-16: An-Nahl

4384

175
4398

ap. ploughing, cleaving

4399

that 

ö л

4400

shakes

ˆ¨Šè’Øû

semen-drop

Part: 14

containing sperms

ÌÀÈ¢ 
¾ ø«

4385

one who disputes

4386

warmth, warm clothing

Ơ̻ʮ

4401

landmarks, signposts

4387

pl. you drive them back

ÈÀ¸Ž «

4402

when

to home in evening

Ruku'

ˆ¨·¦È°Ê¤)

(vn.:
4387a pl. you

ÈÀ·Â È«

lead them in

morning for pasture

ˆò »

4388

horses

4389

mules (sr.:

4390

donkeys, asses

ƾ¢䎥 
 ø·

Æ°¢ø ·)

(sr.:
4391

ˆòä¥)

2

©¢÷¢Šôß
ÈÀ¢ È¢

v: 12

¸ï°

8

ƨÂ ð ü÷

refuse to know,
given to denial

4404

no doubt, assuredly

ȿ³¢Šó

4405

fables, stories 

 עÇÈ¢

4406

burdens

Ruku'

3

(sr.:

ư̱ÊÂ)

v: 4

9

°¦È±ÌÂÈ¢
¸ï°

À¢ü¥

4407

building

4408

foundations (sr.:

4409

fell down

4410

roof

ÈÀø ÊÈ«

4411

im. you disputed / opposed

ÆÀ¦’óÈ¢

4412

ap. pl. those who do

Žò Ž¦ Èó¦¾ÐëŠ

right way,

4403 

 »¦÷

ƨ¾ ߢŠë ) ¾ß ¦Šë

straight way
4392

that which turns aside / 

 Ÿ¢³

deviating
Ruku'

1

v: 9

7

4393

you pasture cattle

4394

colors (sr.:

4395

fresh

4396

pl. you bring forth /

ÆÀŠó)

ornament 

æ’ìÇ

¸ï°

ÈÀNë¢Ì« 
ø ó¢ŠÛ

wrong (sinful)

¢ ŽÂŠ×

4413

persons pure / free from filth

¦³ÂŽ ¼¬È«

4414

encompassed, encircled

extract
4397

»

ˆ¨’ô ·

Ruku'
4415

4

v: 9

solemn oaths

10 

ú Ž¦Š×
ȼ¢·

¸ï°

À¢øÈ¢¾ ³ 

175 

Surah-16: An-Nahl
Ruku'
4416

5

v: 6

176

¸ï°

11

ŽÄ’ïOÀó¦ŠòÿÈ¢

those who possess /

Part: 14
4432

expound, utter lie 

æÐ
«

4433

tongues

ˆ¨üÊȒóÈ¢

know the message / admonition
4417

¥ɱ

scriptures, writings
(revealed before Qur'aan)

1/2

14th Part

ÆÀ¢È ó)

(sr.:
4434

ÈÀŒ× ’è÷

those who will be
hastened on (into it),
those neglected

¢ø¥É° Ä³æÐû

Ruku'

8

v: 5 

æÊȼ

4435

refuse, excretion, dung 

¤NôŠì«

4436

milk

Ç» ¼«

4437

palatable,

4418

cause (earth) to swallow

4419

journeys, midst of goings

4420

gradually, moments of alert

4421

they incline / turn around

¦š Šè¬

pl. low, humblest manner

ÈÀÌ» ¦È®

4438

strong drinks

4422

¸ï°

4439

bees (sr.

4440

submissively, humbly,

Ruku'

6

v: 10

12

4423

constantly, perpetually

4424

pl. you cry for help

4425
4426

¢¦ ϦÈÂ
ÈÀÌ Š´«
¦®È÷

darkens 

ö ܊ï

full of wrath, wrath,

¸ï°

14

ƪŠç
¢ü¦Šó
¢ä Ÿ¢Ç

pleasant to swallow

ˆ¨Šô¸û 

ŠðÇ
ˆò¸û

)

†Œóɯ

smoothly
4441

most abject, feeble (age)

4442

so that nothing

Ruku'

9

v: 5

Ⱦȯ̰Ȣ
¢ŠóŠð ó
¸ï°

15

in wardly inward grief
pv. are favored, blessed

hides himself

à °¦¬

4443

4427

¦ôŒ ÔçŒ

ap. those who throw back /

keeps, retains 

îÊÈø

4444

4428

ÌÄO®¡È°

4429

disgrace, contempt

Àÿ

4445

sons

4430

buries, hides

N²¾

4446

grand sons

4431

dust, soil

§¦Â«

¦

Ruku'

7

v: 10

13

¸ï°

hand over

(sr.:
4447 

ú Žü¥
¨¾Šè· 

¾ è·)

ni. pl. do not

§ ° µ 

¦¥ÂŽ Ô«¢Šó 

176 

Surah-17: Bani-Israa'eel

177

coin / invent / strike
4448

¢†ï Œôø ÷¦¾¦ß

a man (slave) who

Part: 15
Ruku'
4464

is a property of others
4449 

ö’ð¥ )

(pl.:
4450

òK Šï

4451

whithersoever, wherever

4452

sends him

Ruku'
4453
4454
4455
4456

10

þ ³ 
v: 6

¸ï°

16

twinkling of an eye

ŽÂЦ’󦎶øŠó

between earth and sky
abode, rest, quiet

¢üŠðÇ 

¾’ôŽ³)

4457

you find light in weight

4458

migrate, travel

4459

wool (sr.:

4460

soft fibers
(sr.: 

³
Æ®Œô³

skins
(sr.:

¢øüÈ¢

Æ»Ï)

ÈÀNè ¼¬È«
úàŠÛ 

ÂàË)

hair (sr.:

4462

house hold stuff, assets,

places of refuge / shelter

ÈÀ¦¬à¬È

¢ø¥É° Ä³¸¢¥°¦¨¯
¯

¢û¢¦ «

explaining all

Ruku'

12

v: 6

¸ï°

18

4466

ratification, confirmation

¾ ï «

4467

one who is

† èŠï

appointed for surety

ƾĊã

4468

to spin thread

4469

untwisted strands

4470

more numerous

9Ì°È¢

4471

will slip

M¾ŽÄ«

4472

passes away,

¢†¯¢ŠðûÈ¢

® » À 

¾èŠ ü

waste away
4473

Ǽ¢¥

(that which) remains /
endures

Ruku'

13

v: 11

19

foreign, i.e. other

¸ï° 

ø´ßÈ¢

than Arabic

°¢àËÈ¢

4475

¢†¯¢Š¯È¢

rich stuff
4463

3/4

8

4474 

Â¥ÈÂ)

4461

4465

»¦ÏÈ¢
°¢¥ÌÂÈ¢

¸ï°

17

pv. they will be allowed

14th Part

burden

v: 7

to make amends / plea 

öðŠ ¥È¢

dumb

11

pv. is forced /

ÈÁŽÂ’ïÉ¢

under compulsion
4476

they chose / loved

4477

pv. they are put to trial,

¢û¢ü’ïÈ¢

¦ ¦¸¬Çʦ
¦ü¬ Œç 

177 

Surah-17: Bani-Israa'eel
subjected to persecutions
Ruku'
4478

14

v: 10

Ruku'

15

v: 9

Part: 15
4489

numerous in man-power

¸ï°

4490

ʸ´’ó¦ɲ¢¦ ó

pl. you did evil

4491

they will destroy /

20

garment of hunger

178

¸ï°

21

¦Â èû 

ö«’˜ÇÈ¢
¦Ì  ¦ ¬ 

will waste

4479

was not 

îöŠó

4492

utter destruction

¦ÂŽ¦¬«

4480

you punished 

ö¬¦Šë¢ß

4493

pl. you repeated / reverted 

ö «¾ß

4481

pv. you were afflicted 

ö¬¦ ë ß

Ruku'

16

^ Part:15

v: 9

¸ï°

22

Ä ÀMó¦ÈÀ¢¸¦Ç Ä³`

(

¦Å®ßžÉ®àžÈ®¢ß )

4494

we will repeat / revert

4495

prison, dungeon

Ruku'

1

v: 10

¢û¾ß
¦Â з

1

¸ï° 

ò Ÿ¦ÂÇʤŽü¥ ɨ°È Ç`

4496

We made dark, we effaced

¢û ¸÷

The Children of Israel

4497

We made (it) to cling /

¢ü÷ĒóÈ¢

^

Surah 17: Bani-Israa'eel

à ÂÇÈ¢

fastened 

 Ÿ¢Š×

¦

4482

4498

fate, actions, deeds

4499

pp. wide open, spread out

É¿¦Â¸’󦾴
Ž Èø ’ó¦

4500

We commanded

mosque,
the inviolable place of
worship, the Mosque in Makkah

4501

destroyed, annihilated 

В늘’󦾴
Ž Èø ’ó¦

4502

utter destruction

¦Â ÷¾«

4503

ap. quick-passing,

ˆ¨ŠôŽ³¢ß

took for a journey

Æ ¦ÂÇʤžÄŽÂȞà ÂÇÈ¢)
¦

(
4483

4484

the sacred

Masjid-ul-Aqsa,

the Mosque in Jerusalem
4485

terrible warfare

4486

they entered

4487

inmost parts of homes

4488

turn

¾ ¾ËDz’˜¥

¦Å°Ìü÷
¢ûÂ÷È¢ 
 ÷È®

which hastens away, (i.e. life)

¢÷ ÷’À÷

¦Ç¢³

4504

pp. one who is condemned

Ê°¢¾ó¦Ⱦ¢Šô »

4505

pp. one who is rejected

¦Å°·¾÷

¨ Šï

4506

pp. grateful, appreciated

¦Å°ŒðÌ÷ 

178 

Surah-17: Bani-Israa'eel
4507
4508

179

pp. that which is closed

preference, excellence,

¦Å°ŒÜ¸÷

pp. one who is forsaken

Ruku'

2

v: 12

2

4510

commanded, decreed

4511

Him alone

4512

dl. both of them

4513

im. do not repel / repulse

4514

generous, gracious

4515
4516

submission, humility
dl. they brought me up /

easy

† Ԓè«

4525

†ÌŒÀ¼÷

4526

merit
4509

Part: 15

¸ï°

chained/shackled

¢÷ Œô÷

pp. one who is

blamed / rebuked
4527 

Ԋë

ˆ¨Šó Œôä÷

pp. that which is

¦Å°È¸÷

pp. impoverished, destitute

Ruku'

3

v: 8

¼¢Šô÷ʤ

ÉÁ¢ ʤ

4528

poverty, want

¢øÿ¢Šô ï

4529

sin, wrong 

 ü«¢Šó

4530

pp. one who is helped /

¢øŽÂŠï
O¾É¯ 
Žû¢ ¥È°

cared (nursed) me

¸ï°

3

†˜’Ø »
¦Å°Ðü÷

aided

̲¢ŠØÈ ë

4531

scale, balance

4532

ni. follow not, pursue not 

æ’ì«¢Šó

4533

ni. walk not

ŽÊø«¢Šó

4517

young age, childhood

¦Â äÏ

4534

exultantly, proudly

¢·Â÷

4518

ap. repentant, those who 

ú Ž¥¦MÂÈ¢

4535

height

†Œ×

4536

hateful

¢ÿÌÂ’ð÷

Ê© ¦

4537

(any) other god

4538

pv. you would be thrown /

turn to Allah in repentance
again and again
¦

4519

im. give

4520

ni. squander not, waste not

Ì°OÀ¦«¢Šó

4521

to be spendthrift, to spend

¦Â À¦«

4522

ap. squanderers, 

úÊ°OÀ¦÷

wasteful people
4523
4524

pl. you hope
pp. made soft and kind / 

ì’ô«

cast
4539

waste-fully, wantonness 

»¡¢ÿȾʤ 
èÏÈ¢

chosen, preferred

Ruku'

4

v: 10

4

¸ï°

¦Å°¬È÷

4540

¦³«

pp. made invisible

4541

¦Å°È ÷

veil, coverings

¨ ü ïȦ

4542

deafness, heaviness

¦’ëÈ 

179 

Surah-17: Bani-Israa'eel

1/4

15th Part

Ä ÀMó¦ÈÀ¢¸¦Ç Ä³Þ¥°

bones

4544

decayed, fragmented

4545

new

4546

they shake (heads)

5

v: 12

5

¢÷¢ŠÜ ß

4560

horses

¢«¢ŠçÉ°

ˆò »

4561

infantry 

¾ ¾³

ˆòŽ³È°

4562

im. share

ÈÀÔä ü

̽ʰ¢Ë

4563

im. promise

4564

makes it go smooth / drives

4565

another time

4566

fierce gale, hurricane of wind

4567

avenger, helper 

ö¬øßȱ

pl. you asserted /

pretended
4549
4550

†Ž¸«

change, transference

à »ɢŨȰ¢«
¦

Ruku'

7

v: 10

¸ï°

7

you were near

M©¾ ï

4569

you incline / lean 

úïŠ «

¦Å°ŒØÈ÷

4570

we made you taste

4571

double

4551

pp. written, inscribed

4552

warning, frighten

¢†èŽ¼«

4553

pp. fg. one who is cursed

†¨û à’ô÷

4554
4555

6

v: 8

6

you honored / exalted

¸ï° 

ª÷ Šï
È© »È¢

you give respite,

Ruku'
4572

I will seize /

½ À ¬ 

úŠðŽü¬·È¢

8

¼ Â ¯ 

¢ü’ëȯȢ
æà Ó

v: 7

going down of

8

¸ï°

ŽÆø Ìó¦ʽŒóÉ®

the sun, declination of the sun
4573

darkness

êȊã

4574

im. keep awake, 

¾ ´ «

you provide a chance
4556

¢†è Ï¢Šë
¢à Ž¦«

be afraid of

Ruku' 

Ž³Ä

4568

¦Å°ÌŒÀ¸÷

pp. something to 

¾ ß

¸ï°

stirs up discords
4548 

¤ ô³È¢

im. urge, summon, arouse

ɹÄü

sows dissension,

Part: 15
4559

Ƶ¢äûʦ)

(vn.:

4547

(sr.: 

ö’Üß)

4543

Ruku'

180

perform Tahajjud
4575

additional, supererogatory

perish / destroy

†¨Šô ç¢û

¦Å®ø¸ ÷¢÷¢Šì÷

4557

full, enough

¦Å°Œç ÷

4576

state of praise / glory

4558

tempt, excite

̱ŽÄ’è¬Çʦ

4577

vanished, disappeared 

êÿȱ 

180 

Surah-18: Al-Kahf

181

4578

bound to vanish

4579

turned, withdrew

4580

side

4581

¢†ëÿȱ

4596

pp. doomed to destruction

¢û

4597

drives them out,

¦

¤Žû¢³
9

v: 7

9

¦Å°¦’°÷ 
öÿ Äè ¬È

removes them
4598

rolled up, gathered up

¢†è èŠó

4599

We divided (into parts)

¢ü’ëŠç

¦ÂŽ ŠÛ

4600

at intervals

ˆ¨Šô ï¢Ë

disposition, way

Ruku'

Part: 15

¸ï°

®

’ð÷

4582

ap. helper, backer

spring, fountain

¢ß ¦ü

4601

4583

they fall down

ÈÀÌÂ Â ¼

to gush forth, rushing out

¦ÂŽ´’è«

4602

4584

in prostration,

¦¾ ´Ç 

ŠÖì È«

4603

chins, faces

¢†èÈ ï

4604

they weep

†Ž¦Šë

4605

whichever

ƻ»ɱ

4606

ni. be not loud (voiced)

you ascend / mount 

ë«

4607

ni. be not low (voiced)

to climb, to ascend 

ëÉ°

4608

in between

4609

these 

î ó ¯

4610

way / path / course

†Ž¦Ç

4585

you make fall

4586

pieces (sr.

4587

face to face

4588

shining gold

4589
4590

Ruku'
4591
4592

10

¶ ¼ ²

ˆ¨ŠèÈ ï )

v: 9

10

¸ï° 

ú ü  ø ’Ø÷

in piece and quiet 

ÂÌ¥

man, mortal

4593

fg. extinguished, abated 

ª¦»

4594

burning flame, blazing flame

¦Â àÇ

1/2

15th Part
4595

fall down upon forehead

Ä
Ì À
óM¦ À
È ¢
¸¦ 
Ç  

 Ä³

miserly person
Ruku'

11

v: 7

11

Ä ½ § 

ÈÀŒð¦
¢ ÷¢ È¢ 
 ´«¢Šó 

ª 碼«¢Šó 
ú ¥
¦

ò¦Ç)

(pl.:
4611

˾ɯ

humiliation, weakness

Ruku'

12

v: 11

12

¸ï°

æÐû

¦Å°¬ëŠ

stingy, niggardly,

À¢Šë̯Ȣ

¸ï°

^ 

æ Šð’ó¦ ɨ°È Ç`
The Cave

Surah 18: Al-Kahf 

181 

Surah-18: Al-Kahf

4612

182

Part: 15

’ž 

will dispose of, 

ú ° ï¢÷

4628 

Þ »¢¥

4629

comfort and ease

4630

fg. rose

°¢Š¯ ¦

4631

fg. declines, moves away

¦Å±Â³¦¾ àÏ

4632

right side

æ Šð’ó¦

4633

fg. set 

ª¥Šã 

ö ëÈ°

4634

fg. turns away

ɵŽÂ’ì«

(sb, pl) those who dwell /

will make easy

remain
4613

ap. one who kills /

frets to death

¢†ìŠç ÷ 
ªàŠôŠ×

¦

4614

foot-steps, following after

4615

barren dust / mound

4616

the cave

4617

inscription

4618

a group of youths

ˆ¨¬ ç

4635

left side

4619

im. facilitate, dispose of

’žÿ

4636

wide space, spacious part

4620

dl. two parties

ú¥Ä ·

4637

ap. person who

4621

best able to 

зȢ

compute (calculate)

É°ÂÈ ¦Ä«

Žú ø’ó¦È©¦È¯

ʾ¢øÌó¦È©¦È¯
ƨ´Šç
¦¾Ë Â÷

guides / leads to right way
Ruku'

2

v: 5

14

¸ï°

4622

they remained

¦Œ°¦ŽóŠ

4638

awake

¢†Û¢ŠìÈ¢

4623

time period

¦¾÷È¢

4639

asleep

Æ®ŒëÉ°

4640

we give turn 

¤OôìŠ û

Ruku'

1

v: 12

13

¸ï°

4624

We braced / made firm

¢ü’إȰ

4641

ap. stretching forth

ˆÖ Ç¢¥

4625

enormity (in disbelief)

¢†ØŠØË

4642

dl. its both forelegs

þ ߦȰʯ

4626

im. pl. you have 

ö¬’óĬßʦ

4643

threshold

4644

you looked at

4645

you turned back 

ª MóÈÂ

4646

in flight

¦Å°¦ ç

4647

pv. you would be filled

ª 
’ ô ÷

forsaken / withdrew
4626a

to forsake ,to separate,

ȾĬßʦ

to withdraw
4627

then take

ÌÂÉ’˜Šç

refuge / accommodation 

¾ ÏÈÂ 
ªàŠôM×ʦ 

182 

Surah-18: Al-Kahf

183

4648

coin, money

4649

let him behave with

Part: 15

¼Ê°ÈÂ

4665

fine silk 

æM؊ô¬ ó

4666

thick silk brocade

4650

discover, make known

4651

we made (it) known

4652

MÀ àÌ
¢ûŠ°ßÈ¢

3

v: 5

refuge

4654

we made (him/it) heedless

4655

beyond all bounds,

exceeding bounds
15th Part 3/4

ÌÄ
ÀM
ó¦ ÈÀ¢¸¦Ç

4656

walls or roofs of a tent

4657

they cry / ask for

Ruku'

pv. they will be

melted brass,

v: 9

16

¸ï°

¢ü’èŠè·

Å ¦Â ÷

4669

dl. both

¸ï°

4670

between the two

¢ø Šó¢Šô »

¦¾¸ 
¬’ô÷

4671

argues, disputes

É°ÂÊ ¢¸

¢ü’ôŠè’ãÈ¢

4672

more powerful and honored

ÄßÈ¢

¢†×Œç

4673

men

¦Šèû

4674

that it will perish

¼Ê®¦ÂÇ

4675

less

¦Œ° ä¬È

4676

thunderbolt (by way

¦Œ¯¢ä

4677

ˆò ÷

4678

dry out, to go underground

¦Å°Šã

4679

protection, patronage

Œ¨¢ŠóÈ 

 Ä³ 

¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯

¢¬’ô ï 

¾ Ž¦«ÌÀÈ¢

¯

dregs of burning oil

MòŠëÈ¢
¢û¢¦È·

of reckoning)

¢†ìŠóȱ¦¾ àÏ

smooth hillside,
slippery earth

helped / given water
4659

4

we surrounded

help / water
4658

î Ÿ¦È°È¢

raised couches / thrones

4668

15

4653

4667

Ê°¢ø«¢Šó

not / argue not

debate, argument

Ruku'

¼Â¦¬Çʦ

inter woven with gold

care and courtesy

4651a ni. debate

̲¾üÇ

4660

will burn / scald

ÌĎÌ

4661

resting place, couch

¢†ìŠè«Â÷

4680

dry stubble, dry twigs

4662

pv. they will be adorned

ÈÀMô¸

4681

expectation, hope

4663

armlets, bracelets

È°Ê¢ÇÈ¢

4682

ap. fg. leveled plain

4664

robes, garments

Ruku'

5

v: 13

17

¸ï°

¢ø Ìÿ
†÷È¢
¨È±Ê°¢¥

¢¥¢ ¯ 

183 

Surah-18: Al-Kahf
4683

184

È°Ê®¢äûöŠó

we did not

Part: 15
4695

leave out / behind

Žú¸¦’ó¦Þø´÷

junction of
two seas

¦ÓŽ ß

4696

I will go on 

Þ ÓÉÂ

4697

for years

ap. pl. fearful, dreadful 

ú ì è Ì÷

4698

fish

does not leave anything

É°®Ê ¢ä¢Šó

4699

as in a tunnel

¢¥ÂÇ

4700

we betook refuge

¦¾Ôß

¢üÈÂÈ¢

4701

rock

¢†ìŽ¥ ÷

¨Â¼Ï

4702

retracing, following

¢ÐЊë

4684

pv. set / brought before

4685

pv. is placed / laid upon

4686
4687

Ruku'

6

v: 5

18

4688

aides, helpers

4689

destruction, barrier

4690

those going to fall

Ruku'

7

v: 4

¸ï°

¦àë ¦÷
19

4691

contentious disputing

4692

they refute /

µ ¬ ®

¸ï°

Ruku'

¢¦Œì·

(pl.:

9 

Ô÷È¢
ÆÀ¢¬ ·)

v: 11

Ruku'
4694

8

v: 6

20

I will not cease / give up

¦Â÷ʤ

grievous, dreadful

†¾³

4704

ni. do not lay / constrain 

¦Ô· ¾

4705

dl. they went on / proceeded

4706

dreadful thing

4706a

a thing prohibited /

† Ÿ ÷

refuge, escape

¸ï°

4703

weaken
4693

21

Æ©·

¸ï°

ɬ¥Ȣ¢Šó 

ê ÿ«¢Šó
¢ŠìŠôŠØûʦ

¦Â÷ʤ¢† Ë
Ŧ’ð û¢† Ë

unheard of 

184 

Surah-18: Al-Kahf

185

Part: 15

two mountains 

öŠóÈ¢Ⱦ¢Šë Ä³`

^ Part:16
4706b

you will not be able to

4707

dl. they asked

4719 

Þ Ø¬È«úŠó

¿ ¸ ¶ 

¢øà’جÇʦ

for food

¦¥È¢

4708

they refused

4709

they entertain (as guest) /

names of two

È«³’˜÷ ÈÂÈ«³’˜

tribes of wild people

¢³Â»

4720

tribute

4721

barrier, rampart

4722

im. pl. you help/assist

¦ŒèÔ

(vn.:

be hospitable

¦ ¾Ç

ˆ¨û¢ßʦ)

4723

strong wall / barrier

4710

wall

°¦¾Ž³

4724

blocks / plates of iron

4711

to seize by force,

¢¦Њã

4725

filled up, 

êÿÈ°

oppressed

Ruku'

10

v: 12

1

¢÷̮Ȱ
¾ ¾¸’ó¦Â¥É±
à ¢Ç
¦

snatch forcibly
4712

¦ü ßÈ¢

made equal, leveled up
4726

¸ï°

Žú Šç¾Ï

dl. (two) steep

mountain sides 

¦¼Œèûɦ

¢¦¦Ç

4727

im. pl. blow

black mud, murky water

¨Š  ø·

4728

molten copper

¦Â’Ø ë

4715

unknown, unheard

¦’ðû

4729

they could not

¦ߢŠØǦ¢÷

4716

covering, shelter, protection

¦Â¬ Ç

4730

they were unable

4717

with him

þ¾Šó

4731

to pierce / dig through

4718

two high walls,

Žú ¾Ç

4732

surges

4713

way, means

4714

­ » À

¦ߢŠØ¬Ǧ¢÷
¢¦’ìû
É«ø 

185

Surah 19: Maryam

186

4733

to present, plain to view

4734

veil, cover

Ruku'
4735
4736

11

v: 19

¢ÓÂß

4749

barren

¦ ë¢ß

Å ¢ŠØ ã

4750

of the same name

¢  øÇ

4751

extreme, last

¢  ¬ ß

4752

easy

úÿ

4753

(you) were not

4754

childhood

¸ï°

2

†Äû

entertainment (for guests) 

úŽÂÈ»Š˜’ó¦

the greatest /

Part: 16 

î«öŠó

worst losers

¢àüÏ

¢ Ž¦Ï

4737

works, deeds

4738

paradise

fg. drew aside / went aside

change, removal

† ·

4755

4739

appeared as,

ink

¦Å®¦¾ ÷

4756

4740
4741

exhausted, consumed

Ruku'

12

²ÌÂÈ® ç

v: 9 

¾ èû
¸ï°

3 

öÂ÷ ɨ°È Ç

^

Ruku'

1

v: 15

Ì©ŠÀ¦¬ûʦ
ŠòM°ø«

assumed the likeness of
16th Part

1/4

4757

distant, remote

4758

pains of childbirth

4759

the trunk of

`

Mary

¸ï°

4

Ȣ Ⱦ 

öŠ
ó 

¢Š
ë 

 Ä³

Þ¥°

¢  Њë
µ¢¼÷
¨Šô¼ üó¦ʸ’ÀŽ³

the palm tree

Surah 19: Maryam

utterly forgotten

in secret, in low voice

¢  è»

4760

¢ ÊÈü ÷¢Èû

4742

rivulet, streamlet

weakened, became feeble 

úÿÈÂ

4761

¢ ŽÂÇ

4743

im. fg. shake

glisten with gray, [fired]

Šòà¬˦

4762

4744

4763

fresh ripe dates

shining white hairs like flames

± ± Á 

ÌÄÄÿ

¢¦Š×É° ¢ Žü³

4745

head

Ʋ̢Ȱ

4764

im. fg. cool, refresh

ÌÄŠë

4746

old age

¢¦ Ë

4765

man, human being

¢ ÊÈûʤ

4747

unblessed, unfortunate,

¢  ìË

4766

amazing, strange,

¢ ŽÂŠç

unsuccessful
4748

my heirs / successors 

ó¦÷

most unusual

Surah 20: Taa-Haa

187

Part: 16 

¾ ÷

4785

assembly, council, company 

ª÷É®¢÷

4786

outward appearance

¢ Ì Ê°

¦ Â¥

4787

resort, return

¦®Â÷

presence, witness-box 

¾ Ì÷

4788

alone, single

¦Å®Šç

4771

how clear a hearer! 

Þ øÇÈ¢

4789

adversary, opponent

¦ ¾ Ó

4772

how clear a seer! 

 Ð¥È¢

4767

cradle

4768

so long as I remained

4769

dutiful, good, kind

4770

Ruku'

2

v: 25

5

v: 17

¸ï°

8

¦±È¢

4790

to incite

¢  ô÷

4791

delegation

¦¾’çÈÂ
¦Å®Ì°ÊÂ

¸ï°

5

Ruku'

¢  ¾û

4773

long time, a good while

4774

affectionate, gracious

¢  è·

4792

thirsty

4775

I separate / withdraw

ɾŽÄ¬ßÈ¢

4793

monstrous, terrible

4794

in utter ruin, crashing

¦ ¾ÿ

4795

affection, love

¦®ÉÂ

4796

contentious

¦ ¾Œó

4797

whisper

Ruku'
4776

3

v: 10

¸ï°

6

¦ߢÓÈ¢

they wasted /

¦®Ê¤

neglected / missed
4777

¢ Šã

destruction, deception,
perdition

4778

sure to come,

Ä © ¦ 

¢  «’˜÷

Ruku'

6

¦ĒïÊ°
v: 16

¸ï°

9

must come to pass

¢ ÊÈû

4779

forgetful

4780

be constant and

° § ´ 

Ž¦ŠØÏʦ

4

v: 15

7

Ȣ Ⱦ 

öŠ
ó 

þ× É¨°È Ç

^

patient
Ruku'

1/2

16th Part

¢Š
ë 

 Ä³

æÐû

`

Taa-Haa

¸ï°

4781

on knees

¢  °Ž³

worthy, most deserving

DÌÂÈ¢

4798

4782

you fall into distress

to be there in fire

¢  ô Ï

4799

4783

high 

ôß

final, fixed, established

¢ø¬·

4800

in depth of earth or anything

à Š¯

4784

Surah 20: Taa-Haa 

ìÌ«
¦

Surah 20: Taa-Haa

188

Part: 16

¦Œ°Œð÷ɦ

4819

im. expand, enlarge

̬ÂËʦ 

ªÈû ¦

4820

im. loosen, remove

’òŒô·É¦

live coal, burning brand 

ƦŠë

4821

knot

¨¾’ìß

4804

im. put off, take off 

ފô»Ê¦

4822

im. strengthen, confirm

Ì®¾Ëɦ

4805

dl. two shoes 

Šôàû

4823

my strength

ÌÄʰ̱Ȣ

4806

name of a sacred valley in the

ÃŒ×

4824

im. associate,

̽ŽÂËÈ¢

4801

im. pl. wait

4802

I have seen / perceived

4803

¦

Sinai peninsula, where Prophet
Moses X received revelation.
4807

make (him) share

ɩ¬»Ê¦

I have chosen

Æ°¢ ¬»Ê¦)

(vn.:

4825

so that, that

4826

im. fg. put, cast, 

Šï
» ¯ ¼ 

ç À’ëʦ

throw

Þ üЫ

É®¢ŠïÈ¢

4827

pv. you may be brought up

I (will) keep it hidden 

è»É¢

4828

My eyes / supervision

4810

you perish

à ®Â«

4829

I show / inform

4811

I lean

¦šMï «È¢

4830

cooled, gladdened

4812

I beat down fodder /

ÊÿÈ¢

4831

to put on trial

¢û ¬Œç 

øüŠã

4832

I have chosen 

ªàü؊ Ïʦ

ɧ°Ê ¢÷

4833

for myself
ni. dl. do not slacken

¢Žü«¢Šó

4808

I (have) almost

4809 

Žü ß
N¾É®È¢

¦

branches / leaves
4813

my sheep

4814

uses

¦

Šì« 

ÊȒèü ó

4815

serpent, snake

ˆ¨ ·

4834

acts hastily

ȶ’è

condition, state

¨Â Ç

4835

4816

gave 

ØßÈ¢

im. draw close, press 

öøÓɦ

4836

4817

È ¢Ô¥

4837

what state, what condition

ɾ¢¥¢÷

4838

various, diverse

4818

white

Ruku'

1

v: 24

10

¸ï° 

¬Ë

Surah 20: Taa-Haa

189

4839

im. pasture, feed

4840

men of understanding

Ruku'

2

v: 30

Part: 16

¦ß̰ʦ

4854

to pursue, to overtake

¢†ïÈ°È® 

üó¦ óÂÉ¢

4855

went down, perished

à ÿ

4856

my track / foot-step

Ìϊ¯È¢

4857

name of a man of tricks

¸ï°

11

4841

second time

à »ɢŨȰ¢«

4842

a place where both

ÃÇ¢û¢Šð÷

¦

NĎ ÷¢Ç

¦

4858

appeared long, seemed long

¨üÄó¦É¿

4859

body, image 

¸Ó

4860

hollow-sound, lowing sound

shall have equal chances / terms
4843

day of the festival / feast

4844

the time when sun is
well up, early forenoon

4845 

ª ¸È

(will) destroy /

Ruku'
4861

extirpate at once
4846

failed, is lost

ȧ¢»

4847

best tradition, 

ô’°÷

v: 13

¦¾È³
¸ï°

13

M¿šü¥¢

O son of my mother,
my brother

¨¸ ó

4863

you did not wait / observe

4864

I took / grasped

ƾ¢¦ ·

4865

handful 

Ð ß

4866

no touch

4867

you remained / continued to 

ª’ôŠÛ

Œò ¼

4868

devoted

¢†è ï¢ß 

ƳÌÂÈ¢

4869

we will burn 

4870

to scatter

¢†èÈû

¸ï°

4871

blear-eyed with terror,

¢†ḛ̈ɱ 

¤Œë«öŠó 
ªÔ¦ëŠ

overcame
4849

ropes (sr.:

4850

rods, sticks

ˆò¦·)

¢Ðß)

(sr.:
4851

appeared, seemed

4852

conceived

3/4

16th Part
Ruku'
4853

3

dry path

v: 22

Ȣ Ⱦ 

öŠ
ó

12

¢Š
ë 

 Ä³

Æ°¦»

beard 

ôà¬Çʦ

gained upper hand,

4

Ⱦ¢Š×

4862

exemplary doctrine
4848

in the era of Prophet Moses X

¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯

¯

¢È¦

¨Ô¦Šë
Ȳ¢È ÷¢Šó

¼ ° ¬ 

úŠë¸û

(used when normal color of eyes is
changed due to severe pain or
terror)

Surah 21: Al-Ambiyaa'
4872

190

ÈÀ¬çŠ ¢¼¬

they will speak with low

Part: 16
4889 

ú¬ ’èû

we may test / try

voice / murmuring / whispering
4873

Œò°Š÷È¢

better

Ruku'

5

v: 15

¢ߢŠë

4874

plain

4875

smooth and leveled

4876

uneven, height

4877

hollow sound of feet

4878

¢¬÷È¢
¢Èøÿ 
ªüß

fg. humbled

to diminish, curtailment

4880

it may renew

4881

firmness, steadiness

Ruku'

6

ɪ ¾¸

v: 11

you shall not

¢øÔÿ
¢÷Äß
¸ï°

15
¸ Â « 

ȸ´«¢Šó

8

v: 7 

Ê –Ž¦ûŠ˜’ó¦ ɨ°È Ç

^

Surah 21: Al-Ambiyaa'

ª¾¸÷

4890

pp. new, fresh

4891

ap. preoccupied, in light

Ä ° ¸ 

à Âà«¢Šó

be naked
4884

you shall not

  ¿ · 

¦šø ’Ü«¢Šó

be thirsty
4885 

¸Ô«¢Šó

you shall not suffer
from the sun

4886

Ruku'
4887

¢†ðüÓ

narrow, shrunken
7

v: 13

16

inevitable,

¸ï°

Ruku'
4892

1

v: 10

4888

splendor

¢üøЊë

We have destroyed /

¦ È·È¢

4893

they felt /perceived

4894

they flee

4895

to flee

4896

did not cease, continued 

ªŠó¦È±¢÷

4897

reaped harvest / mowed

¦¾ з

4898

ap. pl. extinguished 

ú ¾ ÷¢»

4899

they

µ ½ ° 

ÈÀԌï 
ҒïÈ°

° ² ¬  

ÈÀÌÂÂÊȸ¬È¢Šó

weary not, they do not get tired
4900

they flag not,

ÈÀ̬’袊ó

intermit not
4901

ƨÂÿȱ

¸ï°

1

shattered

¢÷¦Ä ó

which comes necessarily

¨ ÿ¢Šó

mood, set on passing delights

¦

you shall not

`

The Prophets

be hungry
4883

¸ï°

17

²¢ üô óȧ¬’ëʦ Ä³`

^ Part :17

¢†èВèÏ

4879

4882

¸ï°

14

Ruku'

dl. (they) disordered,

fallen into ruin

¢«¾Ȋç

Surah 21: Al-Ambiyaa'
4902

191

¦«¢ÿ

im. pl. bring, produce

Ruku'

2

v: 19

Part: 17 

²¢ üô ó ȧ¬’ëʦ

17th Part

¸ï°

2

images

closed up, joined together

¢†ì«È°

4919

4903

pieces, fragments

We parted / cloved / unlocked

¢ü’쬊ç

4920

4904

youth

broad passages

¢³¢´ ç

4921

4905

they speak / talk

roof, canopy

¢†è’ìÇ

4922

4906

pv. were relapsed /

they float /swim

ÈÀ¸¦È

4923

4907
4908

eternity, permanent life

4909

if you die

4910

they shall not be able

4912

to confound,
3

v: 12

4914

guards from, saves from

4915

pv. they will

breath

4917

mustard

4918

light, illumination

Ruku'

4

v: 9

¦Èð û

4925

im. fg. be 

Žû Œï

ÈÀNèŒð¢Šó

4926

cool

ª ¦«

Ruku'
4927 

ª ¥

¦Å®Â¥
5

v: 25

5

great distress,

¸ï°

ƧŠï

awesome calamity
4928

fg. pastured at night 

ú÷

4929

goat, goats, sheep 

šôŠ ’ð

4930

We gave understanding,

¸ï°

ÈÀ¦¸ 
Ð

4 

ÈÀŒìØ ü

confounded 

ª̊èû 
öüŠã
¢üø Šç

We inspired
4931

art of making

¨àüÏ

ˆ¨¸’èû

4932

garments , coats

²¦óŠ

ƾȮ»

4933

protects, guards

ú Ð
¸«

Æ – Ó

4934

violent, strongly raging

¨Šè Ï¢ß

be defended / given company
4916

¼ ¶ À 

ª÷ÌÀ¤Ê

3

who 

¬Šç

¦Œë·

© Á §

4913

¦Å¯¦ŠÀ³

im. pl. burn

to stupefy, to dumb found
Ruku' 

ò ¯¢ø«

4924

to ward off / drive off
will confound / stupefy

Þ¥°

¾’ô»

© Â ¿

4911

¾ ª ¿ 

 Ä³

¸ï°

Surah 22: Al-Hajj

192

4935

they dive

ÈÀÏ ä

4936

the companion of the fish

ÊÀ üó¦¦È¯

(i.e., the Prophet Jonah X)
4937

cured, made sound

¢ü¸ŠôÏÈ¢

4938

fg. preserved 

ªüзȢ

4939

chastity

Ruku'

6

Part: 17
4954

Ruku'

v: 19

1/2

¸ï°

7
²¢ üô ó ȧ¬’ëʦ  Ä³ 

²¸’ó¦ ɨ°È Ç

^

æÐû

`

The Pilgrimage

¸ï°

6

7

17th Part

Æ«Šç
v: 18

ÌÄʰ̮ȢÌÀʤ

I know not

Surah 22: Al-Hajj

4940

rejection, denial

À¦’èŒï

fg. will forget / forsake ¾ Á ¯

mound, hill

§¾·

4955 

Œòÿ ’À«

4941

fg. suckling woman,

hastening, swiftly

ÈÀŒôÊÈü

4956

¨à ÓÂ÷

4942
4943

staring widely (in terror)

¨Ð »¢Ë

4944

fuel, firewood

4945

those who will come,

roaring, wailing

4947

pp. kept far away,

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ®°Ê ¦ÈÂ
 çȱ

slightest sound 

ÞÔ 
«

fg. will deliver /

lay down / drop
4958

pregnant

4959

drunken, intoxicated

4960

rebellious,

‰òø·Ê©¦È¯
à °¢ŠðÇ
¦

ÈÀÌÂ¾à ¦÷

¾ŽÂ÷

obstinately rebellious
4961

removed far
4948

4957 

¤Ð 
·

those who have to come
4946

nursing mother

ÆÊÈ·

turns to (somebody) for

¢Mó «

friendship, be friends

¨ŠìŠôß

ɸĊç

4962

clot

ÌĎ’Øû

4963

lump of flesh, piece of flesh

ˆ¨äÔ÷ 

Š×

4964

pp. shaped, formed,

¨ŠìMô¼÷

4949

supreme horror, great terror

4950

we shall roll up

4951

to roll up

4952

written scroll

òŽ´ Ç

4953

I have proclaimed / warned 

ªûȯ ¦

duly formed
4965

we cause to stay /

 ìû

remain / rest

¦

4966

infant

†’è ×

Surah 22: Al-Hajj
4967

193

Ž øà’ó¦ʾȯ̰Ȣ

feeblest old age,

barren, dry and lifeless

4969

fg. stirred

4970

fg. swelled

4971

beautiful pairs

4972

turning, bending

4973

side, shoulder

Ruku'

1

v: 10

8 

šŒóšŒó

4985

pearls

¨¾ ÷¢ÿ

4986

silk

Ì© Ĭÿʦ

4987

dweller, (local dweller) 

æ ï¢ß 

ª¥È°

4988

visitor, stranger, nomad

®¢¥

‰² Ž ¥Ç«ÌÂȱ

4989

profanity, partiality

abject time of life
4968

Part: 17

Ruku' 

Ž·

3

v: 3

®¢¸’óʤ
¸ï°

10 

Žû¢Š¯

4990

lean camel, lean mount

æ’Ø ß

4991

deep ravine,

¸ï°

 ÷¢Ó
‰ê øß²Šç

distant mountain highways

4974

verge, edge, border

»Â·

4992

beast of cattle

4975

rope, cord 

¤¦Ç

4993

im. pl. eat

4976

beasts, animals (sr.

¨ ¥¡È® ) K§¦ÈÂÈ®

4994

im. pl. feed

¦øà ’×È¢

4977

opponents, antogonists

ÊÀ¢øл

4995

hungry, distressed 

Æ Ÿ¢¦’ó¦

4978

they disputed /

¦øÐ 
¬»Ê¦

4996

they bring to end / complete

¦Ԓì 

ªàO،ë

4997

unkemptness

Ƨ¢ ¯

4998

The Ancient House,

contended

Ê¿¢àûŠ˜’ó¦ ¨ø Ž ¥
¦ŒôŒï

ˆ®Šè«

4979

pv. fg. have been cut out

4980

garments

4981

pv. shall be poured

¤Ð

4999

snatch away, carry off

4982

pv. shall be melted 

 Ð

5000

makes something to fall

4983

maces, hooked rods, 

Þ÷ ¢Šì÷

5001

far, distant, remote

hammers
4984 

¾ ¾·

iron

Ruku'

2

v: 12

9

¸ï°

ê ¬à’ó¦ ª ¦’ó¦

Ka'bah

Ruku'
5002

4

v: 8

ap. pl. humble ones 

æ؊ ¼«
ÌĎ « 
ê ¸Ç

11

¸ï° 

ú ¬ ¦Ž¼÷

Surah 22: Al-Hajj

194

5003

camels

5004

standing in rows, lined up

5005

fell down

5006

ap. contended,

À¾¥

5018

well

Ë»¡Ï

5019

pp. deserted, abandoned 

ª¦³ÈÂ

5020

castle 

ގû¢Šë

beggar

5008

meat, flesh

5009

who betrays his trust, 

ÂЊë
Æ°Ќë)

(pl.:

lofty and well-built, fortified

¾ Ì÷

¿¸Œó

5022

become blind 

øà«

Ruku'

6

v: 10

13

5

v: 5

17th Part
5010

12
²¢
üô ó ȧ¬’ëʦ

desired, hoped

À¦ » 

üø«

5024

submit humbly

ª 
¦Ž¼«

¸ï°

5025

barren, void of all hope 

 Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦

pv. permission is given, 

¨¯

pv. upon whom war

ÀÈ ¯Ê É¢
ÈÀŒô«¢Šì

is made,
who are fought against
5012

pv. would have been 

ª÷¾ÿ

7

v: 9

14

5026

Ruku'

8

v: 7

15

5027

to fall, that (it) may fall

5028

they attack

Ruku'

9

v: 8

16

5030

snatches away 

ÞŽ¥

5031

they cannot release /

5014

churches

5015

synagogues

5016

I gave respite / rein 

ª Šô÷È¢

5017

denial, disapproval, 

 ðû

Æ©¦ŠôÏ

¸ï° 

ފì«ÌÀÈ¢
¸ï°

¢¥¢¥É¯ 

Þ÷ ¦Ï

monasteries, cloisters

¸ï°

ÈÀŒØÈ

fly

5013 

ö ìß
ƨ ÂÔ¼÷

became green

5029

pulled down, demolished

punishment

Ruku'

¯

sanction is granted
5011

¸ï°

5023

treacherous
Ruku'

ˆ¨ôŠ MØà ÷

5021 

ö¸Šó)

(sr.: 

’ Ž¥ 

¬à÷

one who lives in contentment
5007

Part: 17

¤ŒôÈ
¦ÌŒÀì ü¬È¢Šó

rescue
5032

Ư¢Šìü ¬Çʦ

to rescue, to release

Ruku'

10

v: 6

17

¸ï°

Surah 23: Al-Mu'minoon

195 

¶Šô’çÈ¢¾Šë Ä³`

^ Part :18 

ÈÀü÷ šø’ó¦ ɨ°È Ç

Part: 17
5045

¢ü’ç«Ȣ

we had given plenty /
granted ease

»¦Â«Ê¦

5046

to give plenty

The Believers

5047

far, very far

Surah 23: Al-Mu'minoon

5048

rubbish, of dead leaves,

^

5033

private parts relating to sex,
modesty (sr.:

5034

`

Æ«ÌÂŒç

free from blame
5035

¦Â¬«

one after another,
in succession 

ú ÷ Œô÷ Šã

not blame-worthy,

Æ –Š°Œã

wreckage
5049

Æ«Šç)

È©¢ ÿ

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ®¢ß

ap. transgressors,

5050

ƨ¥È°

high ground, height

Ruku'

3

v: 18

¸ï°

3

¦Â¥É±

5051

sects

5052

confused ignorance, error

5053

groan in supplication

5054

pl. you turn

exceeding bounds
5036

ap. those who observe,

ÈÀߦȰ

keeper (literal: shepherds)

ˆ¨Šó¢ŠôÇ

5037

extract, refined, essence

5038

we clothed

¢û Ȋï

5039

paths, roads, orbits 

ê Ÿ¦Š×

(sr.:
5040

ˆ¨ŠìŽÂŠ×)
§¢ÿȯ

to take it away

5041

oil 

úÿÉ®

5042

sauce, color, dye

ˆâ¦ Ï

Ruku'

1

v: 22

1

5043

you boarded / embarked

5044

ap. those who put

¸ï°

2

v: 10 

’ Ž³

´ ½ À 

ÈÀÐð ü«

back on your heels

¦Â ÷¢Ç

5055

telling fables by night

5056

pl. you talk senselessly

5057

those deviating

ÈÀÌ´ « 

È¢ ¾Šë

1/4

18th Part 

¶Šô’ç

§ ½ À 

 Ä³

°

Þ¥ 

ÈÀ¦ï ¢û

from path
5058

¦ ´Šó

persisted obstinately

Ruku'

4

v: 27

4

¸ï° 

ÂŽ´ 

ª¬Çʦ

5059

protects 

ú ô ¬¦÷

5060

no protection

þ ŠôßÉ°¢´¢Šó

is given against him

(others) to test
Ruku'

ƨÂøŠã

2

¸ï°

Ruku'

5

v: 15

5

¸ï°

Surah 24: An-Noor

196

5061

suggestions, whisperings

5062

ap. one who speaks / utters

5063

ties of kinship

5064

scorches, burns

5065

those with their lips

©¦Äøÿ

5077

trifle, light matter

ˆò Ÿ¢Šë

5078

fg. spreads, propagates

Ƨ¢ÈûÈ¢ 
¶èŠ ’ô«
ÈÀ¸ó ¢Šï

displaced in pain 

úO®¢ß

5066

ap. those who count

5067

in vain, mere idle play

Ruku'

6

v: 26

¢†°¦ß
¸ï°

6 

Ê° üó¦ ɨ°È Ç

^

Part: 18

`

Ruku'

5069

flog

5070

pity, compassion

5071

they accuse /

È¢ ¾Šë 

¶Šô’ç

5079

ni. (let them) swear not

5080

to swear

5081

pl. innocent

Ruku'

3

v: 6

5082

pl. you ask permission

5083

houses not used

to lower (gaze) / (sights)

¦Ì¾ô ³Ê¦

Ò 
Šã

5085

fg. (let them) display not

¨¾’ô³ 

ú ¾¦¢Šó

5086

husbands (sr.

ˆ¨Šç̢Ȱ

5087

male servants

òॠ)

who are beyond sexual desire
5088

child

ˆò’è ×

5073

will avert, averts

¦É£È°¾

5090

single (unmarried,

pl. you indulged /

¸ï° 

î’çʤ

pl. you receive / take it up

5091 

ö¬ԊçÈ¢
ÈÀMìŠô«

©¦È°ß 
÷¢È¢

divorced or widowed)
female slaves
(sr.:
5092

Æ ¢÷ʤ

ˆ¨÷È¢)

murmured
5076

¨Šó à¥

¨¥°Žœ’ó¦ óÂÉ¢ŽÂŠã

hidden / private parts

5075

¦ÈûŽ’˜¬È«

¨û ŒðÈ÷ Šã

5089

calumny, slander, lie

¸ï°

9

úŽû¢øŠ¯

5074

Žò«’˜¢Šó

(of accusations)

ÈÀ÷Â

7

æÐû

ÈÀÉ  ¦÷

eighty

v: 10 

 Ä³ 

ô¬’ŸÊ¦

5072

1

¸ï°

8

5084

launch charges

Ruku' 

Þ Ì«

for living

Surah 24: An-Noor
im. pl. flog, scourge

v: 10

1/2

18th Part

The Light
5068

2

¢üÿ

slave girls

Æ©¢¬Šç

Surah 24: An-Noor

197

5093

prostitution, whoredom

5094

chastity, fortification

5095

goods, enjoyments,

Æ ¢䎥

5112

rain

Ƽ̮ÈÂ

¢ü и«

5113

between, midst

ƾ¢Šô »

ƵÂß

5114

hail, cold

Ʈ¥

5115

flashing

¢üÇ

5116

those who come with all

pleasures
Ruku'

4

v: 8

10

Part: 18

¸ï° 

ú üŽß ’À÷

5096

niche

¨ðÌ ÷

5097

lamp

¬¢¦Ð ÷

5098

glass

¨³¢³É±

5099

star 

¤Šï Šï

5100

shining, brilliant, radiant

KÄO°É®

5101

pv. kindled, lit 

¾ëŠ  

5102

oil 

ªȱ

5103

glows forth, gives light

5104

pv. be raised / exalted

5105

turn about, overturn 

¤MôìŠ ¬«

5106

mirage

Ƨ¦ÂÇ

5120

seeks permission

ÉÀ¯Ê ’˜¬È

5107

sandy desert

ˆ¨à ë

5121

to ask leave / permission

ÆÀ¦ŠÀ ¬Çʦ

5108

thirsty

ÉÀ ¢øŠÛ

5122

puberty

5109

deep 

´Œó

5123

pl. you lay aside

5110

can not, hardly 

¾ŠðöŠó

5124

noon time,

Ruku'
5111

5

É  Ô

submissions
5117

will wrong them in judgment
Ruku'

layers, piled up
one upon other

11

5118

v: 10

3/4

12

¶ 
ô
Šç
’ ¢È ¾ 
ë
Š

¸ï° 

 Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦

will give inheritance,

¨¯ 

¯

úŠè ô¼¬È

will make successor
5119 

ÞçŠ Â« 

úĎ ´
Ž à÷

ap. those who

frustrate (others)
Ruku'

¸ï°

¢÷¢ŠïÉ°

6

18th Part

¦

v: 6 

æ ¸

will deal unjustly,

7

v: 7

13

¸ï° 

öŒô·
ÈÀàÔ 
«
ƨÂŽ ŠÛ

middle of the day
5125

children

ƾ¢Šè’×È¢

Surah 25: Al-Furqaan

198 

¾ ߦŠë

old women (who do not

5126

Part: 18
5137

have any longing for marriage)

to raise the dead

©¢³Â¦¬÷

(women) who make

5127

¦Å°Ìû

resurrection,

display of their beauty

5138

helped

ÈÀ¢ßÈ¢ 
ôø«

pv. are dictated / read out

lame

«ÂßÈ¢

5139

5128

walks

pl. paternal uncles

¿¢øßÈ¢

5140 

Ìø

5129

markets

sr. father's brother

ö ß

5141

Ƽ¦ÇÈ¢

5130
5131

paternal aunts

©¢ øß
ˆ¨ øß)

(father's sisters) (sr.:

maternal uncles (mother's

5132

brothers) (sr.:
5132a

mother's sisters

5132b

separately

Ruku'

8

¾¦»È¢

ƾ¢»

5133

matter, affair

5134

they slip away

14

ÆÀ’˜Ë 
ú ÷ÈÀŒôMôÈ 
¬

5135

to slip away secretly from

5136

surreptitiously, hiding
9

v: 3 

ú ÷ŠòMôÈ«
¦Å¯¦ ó

v: 9

`

The Criterion
Surah 25: Al-Furqaan

¸ï°

16

¦Å°Ќë

5142

palaces

5143

fury, rage

¢†Ü ä«

5144

narrow, constricted

¢†ìÓ

5145

pp. pl. bound / 

ú ûŽ ÂìŠ ÷

chained together

¦Å°¦Œ¯

5146

destruction

5147

you led astray / 

ö¬’ôŠôÓÈ¢

misled (others)
5148

destroyed, devoid of all good

Ruku'

2

v: 11

^ Part :19

¸ï°

15 

ÊÀ¢ŠëŒè’ó¦ ɨ°È Ç

^

1

¸ï°

secretly from

Ruku'

Ruku'

¢«¢¬ËÈ¢
v: 4

ƼÇ)

(sr.:

17

¦Å°¥
¸ï° 

ú ÀMó¦Ⱦ¢ŠëÈ ij`

5149

barrier, ban

¦Â´ ·

5150

motes, dust

Å ¢¦ÿ

5151

be scattered

¦Å°Œ°ü÷

Surah 25: Al-Furqaan
5152

199

place of noon day rest /

† ì÷

repose

Part: 19
5168

bitter

Æ«¢³É¢
ƭȱÂ¥

barrier, partition

clouds

Æ¿¢øŠã

5169

5153

relationship (of blood),

shall bite

Òà

5170

5154
5154a.

betrayer

¢†óÌŒÀ»

5155

pp. one who is neglected /

¦Å°´ ÷

¢¦Èû

ties of kinship
5171

¦Â Ï

relationships through
wedlock

Ruku'

5

v: 16

¸ï°

3

discarded
5156

† «Â«

gradually, slow and
well arranged

5157

explanation, interpretation

Ruku'
5158

3

v: 14

1

destroyed completely,

¦ÂÊȒè«

the people of

lamp

5173

following one another

5174

they walk

5175

modestly, gently

5176

they pass / spend the night

ÈÀ¬ Ž¦

5177

anguish,

¢÷¦Šã 

 ÷È®

O² Âó¦ȧ¢¸ÏÈ¢

Ar-Rass
5160

utter ruin / destruction

Ruku'

4

2

ÈÀÌø

¦ZŽ¦¬«

¢û ÿ

complete destruction
5178

¸ï°

¦Ì¬’ì

they spend stingily /
niggardly

òK Û

5179

balanced, just

¢÷¦Šë

guide, pilot

† óÈ®

5180

disgraced, disdained,

¢û¢ ÷

repose, cause of rest

¢«¢¦Ç

5161

shadow

5162
5163
5164

v: 10

¨Šè’ô »

¸ï°

annihilated
5159

«¦ Ç

5172

joined yet separate /

È«Â÷

in ignominy
5181

high places, high stations

¨ŠçŒã

5182

(would) not concern with 

š¦à¢÷

5182a

cleaving, inevitable

independent
5165

sweet

Ƨ’Àß

5166

thirst-quenching

Æ©¦Œç

5167

salt 

¶’ô ÷

Ruku'
19th Part

6

v: 17

¢÷¦Ä ó
¸ï°

4 

¦ Ⱦ¢ŠëÈ 

ú ÀMó 

 Ä³

Þ¥°

Surah 26: Ash-Shu'araa

200 

Ê ¡Âà Ìó¦ɨȰÇ

^

`

The Poets
Surah 26: Ash-Shu'araa
5183 

ú à Ó¢»

ap. those who bow their

necks in humility
Ruku'

1

v: 9

5184

child

5185

pp. prisoners

5186

serpent

Ruku'

2

v: 24

Part: 19
divided, parted, separated

5196

mountain, mound

Æ®Š×

5197

we brought near

¢ü’èŠó̱Ȣ

Ruku'
5198

¸ï°

5 

êŠôŠèûʦ

5195

4

v: 17

¸ï°

8

those who passed before,

ÈÀ÷¾ ’ëÈ¢

fore-fathers

Žú ìÈ

¦¾ óÈÂ

5199

gives me to drink 

ú Žû ´È÷

5200

im. unite, join

ÆÀ¢¦àŒ¯

5201

pv. fg. is brought near 

ªŠè ó̱ɢ

5202

pv. fg. is made manifest,

̩ȱÂ¥

¸ï°

6 

ê ¸’óÈ¢

is placed in full view
5187 

þŽ³Ì°È¢

put off (a while), let (him)

5203

hurled

wait a while
5188

no matter, no harm

Ruku'

3

v: 18

troop, band

5190

ap. those who enraged,

5204

friend

¸ï°

5205

loving, warm (friend)

ˆ¨÷ʯ Ë
ÈÀŒÜŸ ¢Šã

Ruku'

5206

offended (others)
those who are,

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ°¯Ê ¢·

at sunrise

5193

pp. those who

by no means

v: 36

¸ï°

9

those who are meanest /

ÈÀŒóȯ̰Ȣ

5207

Ʈʰ¢Š×

ap. one who

drives away / repulses 

ú ë Ž Ì÷
ÈÀŒïÈ°¾÷

are overtaken
5194

5 

ö ø·

lowest

fore-warned those who are
fully prepared against danger
5192 

ê ¾Ï 

ÂÓ¢Šó
7

5189

5191

¦¦ð ¦Œï

be thrown headlong /

¢MôŠï

5208 

ú ÷ ³Â÷

pp. those stoned

(to death)
19th Part

1/2 

ú ÀMó¦

Ⱦ¢ŠëÈ  Ä³

æÐû

Surah 27: An-Naml
5209

À¸Ì÷

laden, filled

Ruku'
5210

201

6

v:18

ÈÀü¦«

pl. you build 

ÞÊ°

high place

5212

strong holds, castles,

5213
5214

pl. you laid hands, seized

¾÷È¢

aided, bestowed

Ruku'

7

v: 18

5215

here

5216

heavily laden,

11

Ruku'

8

12

5218

males, sons

5219

those who hate / abhor

5220

old woman

Ruku'
5221

9

v: 16

13

5223

5224

10

v: 16

non-Arabs

Ruku'

14

11

v: 36

¸ï°

15 

òø üó¦ɨȰÇ

^

`

19th Part
5230

flame, burning

À¦’ïɯ

5231

borrowed flame,

ú ó¢Šë 

ìŠô«

pv. sg. you are receiving

¸ï° 

ú ÀM
ó¦ Ⱦ¢ŠëÈ 

 Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ 

¨¯

¯

Ƨ¢ Ë 
ƦŠë

burning brand

ÈÀŒô؊ Ы

Ʊ´ß

5232

pl. you may warm

¸ï°

5233.

pv. is blessed

5234

moving, writhing, wriggling

Ĭ «

5235

serpent, snake

KÀ–³

5236

did not look back

5237

bosom, opening at the neck

’Ö ìÇÈ¢

im. make (it) fall

Ruku'

overturning

Surah 27: An-Naml

ˆ¨MôŽ¦Ž³

generations

¤ŠôŠìü÷

place of turning /

ö Ôÿ

tangled times)
5222

[took revenge]

The Ants

ˆ¨ŠðÈ¢

wood (collection of

¬ûʦ
¦ÌÂÂÐ

they vindicated,

¢üÿ¢ÿ 
ú ÿÊ°¢Šç
v: 19

5227

5229

skillful

ÈÀŒóÌÂÄà÷

pp. pl. banished,

removed far, debarred

¸ï°

near to breaking
5217

5226

5228 

ö¬̊Ø¥

¢ü’ðŠôÇ

We made it traverse,
We caused to pass through 

ގû¢Ð÷ 
ÞüÐ÷)

fine buildings (sr.:

5225

¸ï°

10

5211

Part: 19

¸ï° 

ú ø´ßÈ¢

and bosom of a shirt

Ƚʰ¥

¤OìàöŠó
¤³

Surah 27: An-Naml
Ruku'

1

v: 14

202
5255

glance

Æ»ÂŠ× 

ê Øü÷

5256

im. pl. alter, disguise

¦ÌÂÂOðû

ÈÀßȱ

5257

just like this

¦ŠÀŠï¢ÿ

5258

Žòø üó¦Ê®¦ÈÂ

pool, lake

5259

ˆ¨Šôøû

fg. uncovered / bared 

ªŠè̊ï

5260

dl. two shanks (lower 

Šë¢Ç

¸ï°

16

5238

language, speech

5239

pp. those kept in ranks,

set in (battle) order
5240
5241

valley of the ants
ant

5242

may not crush

5243

smiled

úø ظ¢Šó 
ö Ȧ« 

ö Ȧ«)

(vn.:

¢†ð ·¢Ó

5244

laughingly

5245

im. arouse, inspire, dispose

5246

reviewed, took a muster

5247

hoopoe (a bird)

5248

Sheba, name of a country

5249

hidden

5250

im. throw down

Ruku'
5251

2

ap. fg. one who decides /

present, gift

5253

stalwart, giant

5254

returns

Ƽ¢Ç)

(sr.:

5261

paved, smoothly paved

5262

glasses, crystals

Ruku'

3

v: 13

Æ® Âø÷
ÂÊ°¦Šë
¸ï°

18

groups, men 

¾MìŠè«

5264

swear one to another 

¾ÿ¾ÿ

5265

we will surely attack at night

¢¦Ç

5266

destruction

¸ï°

¨à ×¢Šë

resolves
5252

part of leg)

5263 

þ ì’óÈ¢
17

¨ ´Œó

̸ʱÌÂÈ¢

È ¤»
v: 17

Part: 20

ˆ¨ ¾ÿ

Ruku'

5268

Is Allah?

5270

19

¸ï°

Ʌ¡  
êŠô»ú ÷È¢ Ä³`

^ Part :20

orchards, gardens
(sr.:

ú¬¦û 

èŠØÏʦ

chosen

5269

¦øÇ ¢Šì« 
î ô ÷

v: 14

5267 

ªŽÂ’è ß
¾«Â

4

ˆÖÿÈ° 

ê Ÿ¦¾·

ˆ¨Šì ¾·)

beautiful,
of shining beauty

¨´ ¥È©¦È¯

Surah 28: Al-Qasas

203

Part: 20

5271

mountains 

ǦÈÂÈ°

5285

im. fg. trace, follow

5272

barrier, separating bar

¦Ď³¢·

5286

from distance

5273

failed, stopped short

ȽȰ¦M®Ê¦

5287

I point out / direct

Ruku'
5274

5

v: 8

¸ï°

1

ȻʮȰ

close behind (in pursuit)

ú ð«

5275

hide

5276

narrates, recounts

Ruku'

6

v: 16

Όì
¸ï°

2

Ruku'

1

v: 13

1/4

20th Part 

Ќë
¤ü³úß
N¾É®È¢
¸ï°

4

È¢  Ä³ 

êŠô» ú ÷

°

Þ¥

ˆ¨Š¯¢ä ¬Çʦ

5288

to ask / call for help

5289

asked / called for help

Ȫ¢ä ¬Çʦ 
ĊïÈÂ

5277

or what

¦È¯¢ ÷È¢

5290

struck with fist

5278

terrified, smitten,

ȸŽÄŠç

5291

vigilant, looking about

5292

yesterday

5293

cries / calls aloud

5294

stretches hand to seize 

ÊØ ¦

5295

farthest end, uttermost part 

ВëÈ¢

5296

running 

àÈ

5297

they counsel /

stricken with terror
5279
5280
5281 

úŽÂ »¦È®

pl. humbled, in humility

¨¾ ÷¢³

firmly fixed, solid 

ª ¦Œï

pv. are thrown down /

ŽÆ÷È¢
É­ŽÂЬÈ

cast down
Ruku'

7

v: 11

¸ï°

3 

ŽÎЊì’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

` 

¤Më ¬

ÈÀÌÂÂø «’˜

deliberate upon

The Narration

Ruku'

2

v: 8

5

¸ï°

5298

turned his face 

þ ³ «

ÈÀ¢÷¢ÿ

5299

towards

È –Šì’ô « 

à ÓÌ°È¢

5300

fg. dl. keeping back

5301

are driven away /

Surah 28: Al-Qasas
5282

name of a Pharaoh's minister

5283

im. fg. suckle

5283a

picked up, took up

ŠÖŠì¬’óʦ

5284

void (of patience)

¢†ãÊ°¢Šç

taken back

ÊÀ¦È®ÌŒÀ«
È° ¾Ð

Surah 28: Al-Qasas
5302

204

Æ ¢ßÊ°

shepherds, herdsmen 

ߦȰ)

(sr.:

 ¢¸ ¬Çʦ

5303

bashfully, shyly

5304

im. engage on wages, hire 

Ž³’˜¬Çʦ

5305

fg. one

à ¾·Ê¤

5306

dl. fg. these two

5307

years

5308

whichever, which one

¦

Ruku'

Žú «¢ÿ 

(sr.: ˆ¨ ´ ·)

3

v: 7

5309

traveled, journeyed

5310

a brand (of fire),

Part: 20
Ruku'

prolonged

5322

dweller

Ruku'
5323

7

¸ï°

ȾÈ¢Š×
¢Ê¢Š¯

5

v: 8

8

we caused (it) to reach

1/2

20th Part 

êŠô» ú ÷È¢

¸ï°

¢ü’ô ÏÈ 
 Ä³

æÐû 

²´ ·

5324

we do not desire / seek 

䬦û¢Šó

¢ø È¢

5325

pv. we shall be 

æMؼ 
¬û

È°¢Ç
¨È’À³

snatched away
5326

̩ إ

fg. exulted,

rejoice exceedingly
Ruku'

6

v: 10

9

¸ï°

ž ×¢Ë

5327

chooses

É°¢¬¼

¨à’ì¥

5328

choice

¨Â » 

îŽû¦È¯

5329

everlasting, perpetual

these two 

¶Ð 
’çÈ¢

5330

light

more eloquent

a burning coal
5311

side, bank

5312

field, ground

5313
5314
5315

v: 14

5321

¸ï°

6

4

Ţ̮ʰ

helper, support

5316

we will strengthen

5317

arm

5318

they shall not reach

5319

im. kindle / light (fire)

5320

pp. those who are

¾Ìû
¦¾Ôß
ÈÀŒôÐ
¢Šó 
¾ ëÌÂÈ¢ 
ú ·¦’ì÷

hateful / cast away / despised

Ruku'
5331

¦¾÷ÂÇ
Å – Ó

7

v: 15

10

¸ï°

É ü«

weigh down,
to be too heavy a burden

5332

we made (something)

¢ü’èÈ»

to sallow
5333

Ruku'
5334

MÀŠ˜ŠðÈÂ

Ah! it is indeed
8

v: 7

ordained, imposed

11

¸ï°

ȵŠç

Surahs 29-30: Al-'Ankaboot, Al-Rome

205

Part: 21

5335

one who brings back

M®¡È°

5346

earthquake

5336

place of return, home

®¢à÷

5347

ap. keen observers,

5337

you hope / expect

Ruku'

9

v: 6

3/4

20th Part

¦³«
¸ï°

12 
êŠô» ú ÷È¢ 

 Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ 

Ê©¦ðŠ üà ’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

Ç© ¢Šó

5339

pv. made to suffer,

Ä
È ¯Ê ÌÂÉ¢

¦

is afflicted

5340

¸ï°

ŒžÌ
ü

produces, creates,

5341

Æ ¢Ìûʤ)

pv. pl. you will be turned

Ruku'

2

v: 9

14

im. pl. burn

5343

council, assembly, meeting
3

v: 8

ÈÀ¦ôŠ ’ì«

5350

frailest, flimsiest

15

þ¸ Ï
©¦ðŠ üß

4

úÿÌÂÈ¢

v: 14

¸ï°

16

It is surely a favor of Allah who enabled
you to memorize the meanings of the
Qur'aanic words up to this point. So far,
we have given the marks of "Ruku' 

¸ºººï°"

fg. forbids, restrains

5352

you do not write /
transcribe (vn.:

5345

in self, within oneself,

¢ß̰ȯ 

ü«
NÖ¼«¢Šó

Ö
K ») 

Ê¿Ì Âó¦ɨȰÇ

^

¸ï°

Šž Ç 

·ÌÂÉ¢–÷Œò«É¦ Ä³`

5351

ÄÊ®¢û

grieved, troubled

but hence forward the

practice is discontinued as the number of
words will be smaller in each Ruku.
Other marks such as those of 1/4th, 1/2
and 3/4th Part (Parah) will be retained.

¸ï°

5344

in heart

spider

¦Œë·

5342

Ruku'

5349

^ Part :21

brings forth
(vn.:

blast, awful cry

Part 20th ends

sure to come

13

5348

Ruku'

`

5338

v: 13

those with insight

¯

Surah 29: Al-'Ankaboot

1 

úŽÂ Ц¬È÷ 

¨¯

The Spider

Ruku'

ˆ¨Šè³È°

`

The Romans
Surah 30: Ar-Room
5353

pv. have been overcome/

defeated 

ª¦ô Œã

Surah 31: Luqman

206

Part: 21

ʵ̰Š˜’ó¦û̮Ȣ

5370

they make provision

ÈÀ¦ô äÇ

5371

fg. raises

5354

nearby land

5355

soon they will overcome,
be victorious

ÈÀ̾ ø 
° «
Ƽ̮ÈÂ

rain

tilled, dug

¦ÌÂÉ°¢Š¯È¢

5372

5356

yellow (colored),

populated, built upon it

¦ÌÂÂø ß

5373

5357
5358

garden, mead

ˆ¨ÓÌÂÈ°

5374

weakness

5359

pv. pl. will be made happy

ÈÀ̦¸

5375

gray hair due to old age

ˆ¨¦ Ë

5360

you enter night

ÈÀÈø«

5376

those who make amends

ÈÀ¦¬à¬È

5377

let not them make

(evening:
5361

Æ ¢È÷)

(afternoon: 

À¢ø’ìŒóɨȰÇ

^

you are scattered

ÈÀÌÂÂÌ
¬ü«

5363

most easy, easier

ÉÀÿÈ¢

1/4

5365 

ú Ž¦ üŽ÷
ʅ¦þ³ÈÂ

countenance / face

5378

® ¾¸’ó¦ Šó

idle tale,
pastime discourse 

¾øß

pillars

21th Part

1/2 

ÌÂÉ¢ –÷ Œò«É¦  Ä³ æÐû 
·

5380

mustard

¾È®Â»

¢¥Ê°

5381

rock

ƨÂ¼Ï 

¥Â

5382

firmness of purpose,

of Allah, pleasure of Allah
5366

usury

5367

increases

5368

does not increase

5369

they are
separated / divided

`

Surah 31: Luqmaan 

·ÌÂÉ¢–÷Œò«É¦ Ä³Þ¥°

ap. those who turn to

úMè ¼¬È¢Šó

Luqmaan (The wise)

5379
5364 

æàÓ

(you) impatient or excited 

 ŒÛ)

5362

21th Part

turned to yellow

ÈÀÌÂŽ ’Ü«

you enter the morning

¦ ŠèÐ÷

¦¥Â¢Šó
ÈÀß ¾ Ð

°÷Œ˜’ó¦Ê¿Äß

firmness in affairs
5383

ni. do not turn, 

ÂàЫ¢Šó

do not swell
5384

cheek

¾ »

Surahs 32-33: As-Sajdah, Al-Ahzaab
5385

braggart, vainglorious

5386

im. be moderate

5386a

harshest abominable

5387

voice (pl.:

Æ©¦ÏÈ¢)

207

Part: 18

¾¢¬¼÷

5397

inside of body, breast 

¾ Вëʦ

5398

nearer, closer 

ŠðûÈ¢

5399

pv. written

©Ï

5388

made it flow, completed

5389

kept to the middle course,

DÌÂÈ¢
° ¶ ²

in lines 

Ž³¢ü·

Šâ¦ÇÈ¢

throats 

¾Ð
¬’ì÷

5401

pv. were / was tried 

ô ¬¥É¦

5402

old name of Al-Madinah

̧ŽÂ’° 

’،ë)

sides (sr.:

traitor, perfidious

°¢ ¬»

5403

5390

did not stay

one who can be of

DZ¢³

5404

5391

5405

those who keep back /

avail to another

®Šã

rain

5393

tomorrow

5394

fg. knows not 

ʨ¾´ Èó¦ɨȰÇ

¦¾Šã

5406

come along

ÌÄÊ°¾«¢÷

5407

being sparing of

The Prostration
Surah 32: As-Sajdah
5395
5396

ɼÈû

we lead / drive

21th Part

3/4 

ÉÂÉ¢ –÷ Œò«É¦   
· 

ʧ¦Ä·Š˜’ó¦É¨È°Ç

^

ij

¸¢¥°¦

`

The Confederates
Surah 33: Al-Ahzaab 

ú ë à ÷
öŒôÿ
†¨ ¸ ËÈ¢

5408

roll, revolve

ɰ̾«

5409

sharp

®¦¾ ·

5410

pl. inhabitants of desert,

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ®¢¥

[those living outside towns /cities]
(sr.
5411 

¨¯

¦Œ° ¦ôŠ «¢÷

their help, niggardly

>¢´¬«

forsake, leave off

Æ°¢ŠØ’ëÈ¢

hinder

`

^ 

¦Å°ŒØÈ÷

5400

he who compromises /
stops in between

5392

Æ»³

®¢¥ )

Wandering Arabs,

̧¦ÂßÈ¢

Bedouins

¯

5412

vow, pledge

5413

fortress, strongholds

5414

past tense cast, [put in] 

¤¸û 
Ï¢Ï
È»ŠÀŠë

Surah 34: Saba

208

5415

you tread, set foot

5416

release

^ Part :22
5417 

Œ ØŠ «

5434

salutation

¢·¦ÂÇ

5435

fg. they draw close

5436

outer garments, 

ªü’ì ú÷È ij`

bedizenment, to make

« ¦«

dazzling display
5418
5419

want
we gave in marriage

5420

adopted children

5421

fathers

5422

sends blessings

5423
5424

im. disregard

returned, gave as

¦Š×ÈÂ
¢ü³MÂȱ
 ¢ ß̮Ȣ
 ¢¥ ¦
¦ 

OôÐ
̸Ȯ
È ¢ŠçÈ¢

spoils of war
you may put off / defer 

³Ž «

5426

you may take / receive

ÌĎ’ «

5427

you set aside

5428

watcher

5429

preparation (of food)
those who sit

5437

they send blessing

5432

im. pl. send blessing

5433

im. pl. salute 

¤ Ž¥¢Šô³
ÈÀŒè³Ž Â÷

those who stir up

5438

we will setup against them

5439

they will not be

úŽ äû

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ°ÂÊ ¢´¢Šó

(able to stay as) neighbors
5440 

ú Žû à’ô÷

pp. accursed,

those who are cursed
5441

they are found

¦Œèì Œ¯

5442

slain with fierceness,

† ¬’ì«

fierce slaughter

1/4

5443 

ªü’ì ú÷È ijޥ° 

îÊ°¾¢÷

what will make
you understand 

ª’óÄß

5444

our leaders / chiefs

¢¦ ëÈ°

5445

our great ones

¢ûʤ

5446

straight (to the point),

¢ü«È®¢Ç
¢û È ¦¦Œï
¦¾ ¾Ç

justly appropriate 

ú ÊȎû’˜¬È÷ 

˜¦ÇɨȰÇ

^

ÈÀNôÐ

`

The City of Saba
Surah 34: Saba

¦NôÏ
¦øOôÇ 

ú Žû¾

sedition, spreading false rumors

whole-heartedly
5431

¢ø ôÈ«

wrapping garments

22nd Part

5425

5430

Part: 22

5447

escapes not, hidden not

ɧÄࢊó

Surah 35: Al-Fatir

209

5448

scattered to pieces

5449

echo with me,

Part: 22

̼ Äø÷

5467

fruits, food 

Ž¥ÂO È¢

5468

bitter

ò‰ ŒïÉ¢

Öø»

tamarisk

we made soft

¢ üŠóÈ¢

5469

ò’¯È¢

5450

lote tree

coats of mail

Æ©¢䎥¢Ç

5470

Æ°¾ Ç

5451

fear is removed

measure

Ì°¾Šë

5471

ȸČç

5452

you joined

links

Æ®ÂÇ

5472

5453

repeat with me

5454

its morning stride / course

5455

its evening stride / course

5456

we made it flow

5457

fount of molten copper

5458

arches, fortresses

5459

images (sr.:

5460

large dishes

5461

tank, reservoirs

5462

cauldrons, huge pots
(sr.:

5463

¢ÿN¾Œã
¢ ·¦ÈÂÈ°

5473

5465

flood (released)

made to stand

of, having

©¢ŠçŒã

lofty halls, mansions

ŽÂ’Ø ì’ó¦ú ß

5475

he replaces 

æ ô¼ 

¤Ê°¢¸÷

5476

one tenth (1/10th)

°¢Ìà ÷

Œò ¯¢ø«

5477

hurls, casts

É» À’ì

À¢ŠèŽ³

5478

they are terrified

¦ßĎ çŠ

§¦³

5479

no escape

ư̾Œë

5480

to reach

³É¢ü«

5481

people of their kind,

¸¢ËÈ¢

þ«Š˜Èü ÷

Ê¿ŽÂà’ó¦Šò Ç 
«¦ÈÂȯ

È©Šç¢Šó

partisans

©¢ ǦȰ

from the dams
5466

æÐû

ÈÀŒç Œë ÷

pp. pl. those 

‰Â ×¢ŠçɨȰÇ

^



his staff 

 Ä³

5474 

Æ°¾ ë)

5464

ÈÂ 

ªü’ì ú÷

¢ü’ôÇÈ¢ 

¾¢Š°ø «)

fixed, set firm

1/2

22nd Part 

ö¬’츒óÈ¢

`

The Originator of Creation
Surah 35: Fatir
5482

with wings
(sr.:

Ƭ¢ü³)

¨¸Žü³È¢ óÂÉ¢

Surah 36: Yaa-Seen

210 

¾à Ð

Part: 23

5483

ascends, mounts up

5484

shall perish, will be void

5485

sweet, palatable

Ƨ’Àß

5486

pleasant to drink

Æ©¦Œç

Yaa-Seen

5487

fresh

¢ ŽÂŠ×

Surah 36: Yaa-Seen

5488

husk of a date stone

22nd Part

É°¦ 

 ø’Ø ë
ÈÂ

3/4 

ªü’ì ú÷

5502 

 Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ 

¨¯

dl. (they two) moved away /

deviated / ceased to function 

ÆɨȰÇ

^

`

5503

pl. stiff necked (people)

ÈÀ¸ø ’ì÷

5504

foot prints, what (they)

°¢Š¯ ¦

¯

¦

left behind

ˆ¨ôŠ ìŠ ’°÷

5505

we have taken account

sun's heat

Æ°Ì·

5505a

clear book, clear register

5491

has passed

¢Šô»

5506

we strengthened

5492

tracts, streaks

Æ®¾ ³

5493

white 

ÒŽ¥

5489

pp. heavily laden

5490 

Âø·

5494

red

5495

intensely black, raven black

5496

black

5497

will not perish / fail

5498

weariness

5499

¢¬Šó¦È±

they will cry aloud /

^ Part :23
5507 

ó¢÷È ij`

they cannot 

¤ Ž¥¦Šã

5508

before us

®Ç

5509

we strip, we withdraw

È°¦«úŠó

5510

they are plunged

ÈÀ»ÂŽ ؊ Ð

5512

became, returned

¢¬’ì÷

5513

branch, stalk of palm tree

¢ŠóÌÂÄ«ÌÀÈ¢

5514

old

shriek

dl. lest they move away / 

deviate / cease [to function]

¢ü¾Šó 
ºôŠ Èû
ÈÀøô ’Ü÷

in darkness
measuring, decree

5501

ÊÀÌŒÀì ü¢Šó

save / deliver me

5511

hatred, odium, abhorrence

‰ú Ž¦ ÷Ç¿¢÷ʤ
¢û̱ Äß

ƧäŒó

5500

¢ü зȢ

 ¾’ì«
È®¢ß
ÆÀ³Âß
ö ¾Šë

Surah 37: As-Saaffaat
5515

they float / swim

5516

helper (to hear their cry),

211

ÈÀ¸¦È

5534

decomposed, decayed 

ºŽÂÏ

5535

dark green

5536

pl. you kindle

shout
5517

they will be disputing /

Part: 23

ÈÀøм

ˆ¨ Ï«

will, disposition

5519

graves, tombs

ª¦¾³È¢

5520

they shall hasten /

ÈÀŒôÊÈü

ÈÀÌÂ¾ë  «
`

^

Those Ranged in Ranks
Surah 37: As-Saaffaat
5537

rush forth

ÂԻȢ 

Ê©¢Mç– Ðó¦ɨȰÇ

contending
5518

ö ÷È° 

¾ŠëÂ÷

©¦Ž³¦È±

fg. those who check /

repel / restraint

5521

grave bed / sleeping

to check / restraint / repel

in occupations

ò‰ äË ç

5538

5522

fg. those who recite

happy, joyful

ÈÀ ç

5539

©¢ ó¢«

5523

outcast, driven away

fruit

ˆ¨ ç

5540

¦Å°·É®

5524

lasting, perpetual

im. pl. be apart, aside

¦ÌÂɱ¢¬÷ʦ

5541 

¤ ϦÈÂ

5525

glistening, bright

multitude, great numbers 

Ž¦Ž³

5542 

¤ 뢊¯

5526

sticky

im. pl. enter

¦ŠôÏʦ

5543

Ƨʱ¢Šó

5527

pl. disgraced, humiliated

quenched, blot out 

ÆøŠ×

5544

5528
5529

to transform / 

ºÈ÷

23rd Part

5530

ÈÀÌ »¦È®
ÈÂ

1/4

efface / deface / deshape

¦Â³È±

ŠD¢÷ 

ÂŽÂÇ) 

 Ä³

Þ¥°

Æ°ÂÇ

5545

couches (sr.:

5546

pl. facing one another 

䎦ü¢÷

5547

cup

Ʋ’˜Šï

¢ü’ôMóȯ

5548

headache

ƾŠã 

ÆOðüû

we cause (him) to bend
(from straightness)

5531

it is not fit

5532

we have subdued / subjected

5533

pl. riding

ƧŒïÉ° 

ú ôŽ¥¢Šì¬÷

Surah 37: As-Saaffaat
5549

they get intoxicated

5550

fg. pl. women

212

Part: 23

ÈÀŒçÄ ü

5567

then (he) turned

Æ©¦ ϢŠë

5568

hastening, hurriedly

Æ»Š×

5569

pl. you carve

5570

dl. they submitted /

who restrain

ȹ¦Šç
ÈÀNçŽÄ
ÈÀ¬¸
ü«

5551

gaze, glance

5552

[delicate like] eggs 

Ò¥

5553

pp. closely guarded

Àü’ð÷

5571

flung down, laid, prostrated

5554

pl. be brough to judgment,

ÈÀü ¾÷

5572

forehead, temple

5573

that makes (things) clear

5574

name of an idol

†à¥

5575

ran away, fled 

ê¥È¢

5576

joined to cast lots

5577

those who are

be brought to book
5555

you cause me to ruin / 

úʮ«

perish
5556

pp. (those) brought 

úŽ Ô 
¸÷

¢øŠôÇÈ¢

surrendered

Mò« 
ú Ž¦³
ú¦Ž¬È÷

forward
5557

name of a bitter tree with

¿Nëȱ

thorns in hell
5558

ap. pl. those who shall fill

5559

mixture

5560

boiling water

5561

they hasten / rush down

5562
5563

ap. pl. warners
pp. those who have

ÈÀŒ ó ¢÷
5578

swallowed 

ö ø·

5579

fish (pl.:

ÈÀß  

5580

bare desert 

úÊ°ÀŠ ü÷

been warned
5564

ap. those who respond /

ÈÀ¦ ´
Ž ÷

answer 

ú Ô
· ¾÷

condemned / rejected / rebutted

¢¥ Ë 

úÊ°À ü÷ 

öÿ¢Ç

23rd Part 

öŠì¬’óʦ
ÆÀ¢¬ ·)

1/2

Æ©·
 ¡Âß 
È  Ä³ æÐû 
ó¢÷ 

ú ؒì

5581

tree of gourd

5582

those who can tempt (anyone) 

ú Žü «¢Šç

to rebel
5582a

one who is going to

ƾ¢Ï
ÈÀNç¢Ï

5565

calamity, distress

ƧŠï

5583

pl. arranged in ranks

5566

sick, off-mooded 

ö ìÇ

5584

courtyard

¨·¢Ç

Surah 38: Saad

213 

´ɨȰÇ

`

^

Saad
Surah 38: Saad
5585

(it was) not

È©¢Šó

5586

time 

ú ·

5587

escape, flee away

5588

´¢ü÷
¼¢Šô ¬»Ê¦

invention

Part: 23
5603

im. entrust me

5604

overcame

5605

partners
(sr.:

5606 

Žü’ô è’ïÈ¢
Äß
 –ŠØŠô»

ˆÖ ô»)
°¢ ´Œç

those who turn aside
from right, wicked

5607

pv. was / were presented

5608

coursers of the

ȵŽ ß

®¢Ž´’ó¦É©¢ü ç¢Ï

5589

they ascend

¦Œì«Â

5590

pp. one who is defeated

¿ÌÂÄ ÷

5609

fg. gone out of sight

Ì©È°¦«

5591

stakes, tent-poles

Æ®¢«ÌÂÈ¢

5610

to pass / rub hand

¢¸È÷

5592

doom, punishment

Ƨ¢Šì ß

5593
5594
5595
5596

¼¦Šç

delay, deferment

Ö ë

portion, fate
(man) of strength / hands
decisive speech

¾Š˜’ó¦¦È¯

ʧ¢ŠØ ¼’ó¦ŠòЊç

highest breeding and swift of foot

over (lightly)
5611

shanks, lower part of leg

¼Ç

5612

necks

¼¢üßÈ¢

5613

body

¦¾È³

5614

gently

 ¢»É°

5615

whithersoever (he)

5597

they climbed over wall

¦ÌÂÉ° È«

5598

private chamber

Ƨ¦Â¸ ÷

5616

builder

5599

terrified

ȸŽÄŠç

5617

diver

5600

be not unjust

’Ö ØÌ«¢Šó

5618

nearness

5601

ninety-nine

ÈÀàÈ« ÂM ÞÈ «

5619

beautiful place of

5602

ewe, young female sheep

ˆ¨´àû

ȧ¢ÏÈ¢Œ® ·

willed, witherwhat (he) directed

 – ü¥
Ì´¦ Šã 
è’óɱ
§ ¢÷úÈ·
¦

(final) return
5620

distress, affliction

¤Ðû

Surah 39: Az-Zumar

214

Part: 23

5621

im. strike, stamp 

Ҍḭ̈ɦ

5637

bestowed, granted

Ⱦ »

5622

water to wash (bath)

ˆòÈ 
¬ä÷

5638

built

ˆ¨ Žü¦÷

5623

handful of twigs,

¢†°ä Ó

5639

led through,

a little grass

caused to penetrate

’®ü¸«¢Šó

5624

ni. break not oath

5625

pl. chosen / excellent ones

5626

pl. well matched

3/4

Ƨ¦Â«È¢ 
ÈÂ   
ó¢÷

5640

Æ°¢»È¢

ÞŽ¥¢ü

springs
(sr.:

Ƹ¦ü)

5641

withers up, turns yellow 

² Ž 

5642

chaff, crumbled to dust

¢÷¢ŠØ·

®¢Šèû

5643

consistent, con-similar

¢ Ž¥¢Ì¬÷

companions
23rd Part 

ij ¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯

¯

5627

end, ceasing, exhaustion

5628

dark / murky fluid, pus

¼¢ Ȋã

5644

repeated, paired

5629

rushing headlong / 

ö¸
¬’ì÷

5645

fg. trembles, shivers

5646

fg. softens

5647

without any

blindly
5630 

îŠôÇ

¢¦·Â÷¢Šó

no welcome

5631

they will burn / roast

¦Œó¢Ï

5632

pl. wicked, bad ones

°¦ÂËÈ¢

5633

mockery, ridicule, derision

5634

exalted chiefs, 

Žû¢Š°÷
 à̒ì« 
ú ô«
Ç« ßÌÄʯŠã

crookedness
5648

pl. quarreling among

ÈÀÈï ¢Ì¬÷

themselves

¢ ŽÂ¼ Ç

5649

entirely 

ôߊ˜’ó¦Ê ¢Šô÷

¢øŠôÇ

5650

ap. one who is to die 

ª÷

5651

ap. those who are to die

chiefs on heights
5635

pl. impostors, pretenders 

ŽÂ÷ Äó¦ɨȰÇ

^ 

ú è OôðŠ ¬÷

^ Part :24

` 

öŠô’ÛÈ¢úøŠç Ä³`

The Groups
Surah 39: Az-Zumar
5636

overlaps, rolls

5652

É°Šð

are filled with disgust /
aversion

ÈÀ¬÷

Ì© Ċ øËʦ

Surahs 40-41: Al-Mu'min, H.M. Sajdah 215
5653 

«ÂÈ·¢

woe is me!,

Part: 24

come forth / appear

Alas! my grief!
5654

neglected, remised

5655

towards Allah

5656

keys

ÀÈ ÌÂɱ°Ê ¢¥

ap. those who will

5669

ȶ Šç

5670

pv. one who will be heard

ʅ¦Ž¤ü³

5671

drawing near,

¾ ó¢Šì÷

ɸ¢ŠØ
¨Šçʱ ¦
¦

approaching near

¼¦ÈÂ

Æ©¢ Ž’Ø÷

5672

ap. protector, defender 

ê àÏ

5673

pl. uppermost, triumphant 

ªŠëÂËÈ¢

5674

day of mutual calling /

5657

pl. rolled up

5658

swooned, fell senseless

5659

fg. shone

5660

pv. is set up / laid

5661

are brought

5662

are driven / led 

ê Ç

5676

I entrust / confide

ɵŠçÉ¢

5663

troops, throngs, groups

¦Â÷ɱ

5677

evildoer, wicked

ŒžÊÈ÷

5664

warder, keeper

ˆ¨ûÄ»

5678

chains

5665

you have well done 

ö¬¦ ×

5679

pv. pl. they are dragged

ÈÀ¦¸ 
È

5666

pl. surrounding / 

ú O碷

5680

pv. pl. are thrust /

ÈÀÌ´ 
È 

Þ ÓÉÂ
ȠĒ¢Ž³

È¢ úøŠç

24th Part

È¢ úøŠç

24th Part 

öŠô’Û

ŒòÇ ¢ŠôÇ

Þ¥°

`

`

Haa-Meem Sajdah
Surah 41: Haa-Meem
Sajdah

Surah 40: Al-Mu'min

ʾMØó¦Äʯ

24th Part

3/4

bountiful
meeting

æÐû

stocked 

 Ä³

The Believer

5668 

 Ä³ 

¨¾´ Èó¦ö·ɨȰÇ 

ú ÷šø’ó¦ɨȰÇ

one (who is) all

§¢¦«

ruin, perdition

5675

^

^

5667

®¢ü ¬ó¦È¿

summoning

encircling / thronging around 
öŠô’Û

úŽÂ ÿ¢ŠÛ

¼¢Šô«

5681

unending

È¢ úøŠç 

öŠô’Û 

 Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ 

¨¯

¯

Àüø÷ Šã

Surah 42: Ash-Shoora
5682

pl. sustenance

5683

smoke

5684

216

©¦’ëÈ¢
À¢»É®

those who are obedient,

ú à Ÿ¢Š×

willingly

Part: 25

N®Â þ Šóʤ Ä³`

^ Part :25

coverings, sheaths

5701

we assured / confessed

5685

furious, roaring (wind)

¦ÂÏÂÏ

5702

prolonged

5686

pl. marched in ranks

ÈÀßȱ

5703

utmost horizons,

5687

pl. you try to hide

ÈÀ̬ ¬È«

5688

they ask for favor /

¦¦¬à¬È

those who are favored

¦ 

æ° Ìó¦ɨȰÇ

`

The Consultation
Surah 42: Ash-Shoora

ÈÀÂM؊è¬

they rent asunder

 ¢ûŒë

5705

multiples

É£°È ’À

companions, comrades

¦ä’óʦ

5706

ordained, established

ȸÂË

im. pl. babble,

5707

hard, grievous, dreadful

È¢ÇÈ¢

5708

futile, void, of no weight

ˆ¨Ô ·¦È®

ú ôŠèÇÈ¢

5709

they dispute / debate

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ°¢ø 

Ž ¬Ì«¢÷

5710

loving kindness, affection

ƹÄû

5711

blots out, effaces, wipes out

5712

rain

5691
5692

drown the hearing
5693

worst

5694

those who are the 

nethermost / lowest
5695

that (they) desire

5696

whisper, incitement,
prompting
they do not get tired /

ÈÀø ŠÈ¢Šó

weary

5699

¼¢Šç ¦

5704

we have assigned

5698 

ÒŽÂß

¢üÔŠë

5690

5697

¦

^

ú¦Ž¬ à÷

/ pardoned

¢ ûȯ ¦

farthest regions

pardon
5689

Æ¿¢ø’ïÈ¢

5700

lowly, lying desolate
of punishment

ˆ¨à Ë¢»
ǧ¢Šì ßÌÂɯ

25th Part

 ¦ïŠ

ƨM®÷ 
¶ø
ˆ® Šã

1/4

®

ʤ  Ä³

N Â þ Šó

Þ¥°

5713

(smoothly running) ships

°¦³

5714

higher mountains / banners

¿¢ŠôßÈ¢

5715

they will become 

ú’ôŠô’Ü

Surah 43: Az-Zukhruf

217 

¾ ï¦ÈÂÈ°

5716

still, motionless

5717

caused to perish / destroy 

ꎥ 
à °Ë
¦

Part: 25
5733

ÈÀ̾¬’ì÷

followers

25th Part

1/2

®

ʤ

N Â þ Šó 

 Ä³

æÐû

Æ ¡Â¥

5718

consultation, counsel

5719

denial, refusal

5720.

mingles , gives in pairs

É«OÂÄ

5721

barren

¢ø ìß

5736

dl. two towns, two cities

5722

turn / tend (towards ) 

 Ы

Žú ¬Šë

5737

to be under subjection

¢ Ž ¼Ç

5738

roofs

¢†èŒìÇ

5739

silver

ˆ¨ Ô ç

5740

stairs

«Ê°¢à÷

5741

they ascend / go up

5742

ornaments /

 ðû 

ʻ » Äó¦ɨȰÇ

^

`

The Gold Ornaments
Surah 43: Az-Zukhruf
5723

original book,

§¢¬ ð’ó¦N¿É¢

mother of the book
5724

to take / turn away

5725

vn. prowess

5734

(of doing wrong)
5735

created, brought into being,

ÈÀÌÂÂ ’Ü
¢†ç»ɱ

adorments of gold
5743

withdraws, 

Êà

chooses to remain blind 

Ô÷

5744

distance

pl. you mount / sit firmly

¦Ìš¬È«

5745

partners, sharers

those capable of subduing, 

ú ûŽÂŽ ’ì÷

5746

those in procession

úûŽÂŽ ¬’ì÷
漬Çʦ

5726

gone forth, passed

5727
5728

mastering over something
share, portion

¦ Šij

5747

made fool, made light

5730

pv. is bred up, reared

¦š Ìü

5748

they provoked, angered

5731

ornament, adornment

ˆ¨’ô ·

5749

they raise a clamor /

5732

those who hold fast

5729 

Š؊ç

originated

¢¸’èÏ
¢̒Ø¥

clear / innocent

ÈÀŒðÊÈø¬È÷

cry out

¾à¥
ÈÀŒïŽ ¬Ì÷

¦ŒèÇ ¦
¦

ÈÀÌÂ ¾ Ð

Surahs 44-45: Ad-Dukhaan, Jathiyah
5750

218

ÈÀŒèŒô¼

they succeed each other,

5752

ni. have no doubt

friends

ʤ  Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯¯

®

N Â þ Šó

MÀ¬ø«¢Šó

im. take away

ŽÂÇÈ¢

5766

 –Mô »È¢

at rest, as it is

¦ÿÈ°

5767

those taking delight,

ˆò ô»)

(sr.:

3/4

25th Part
5765

viceroys
5751

Part: 25 

ú Ž ç

enjoying

5753

dishes, trays

Æ»¢¸ Ï

5768

fg. did not weep

5754

goblets, cups

Ƨ¦’ïÈ¢

5769

pp. those who shall

5755

fg. takes delight in

5756

pv. will not be abated / 

ªŠð¥¢÷ 
úŽ Ì 
ü÷

be raised again

NÀŠô«

5770

friend 

 ¬èŠ ¢Šó 

†ó ÷

5771

molten brass, dregs of oil

ˆò ÷

¦÷ ¥È¢

5772

will boil, will seethe 

ôä

ÈÀ÷Ž ¦÷

5773

boiling, to boil, to seethe 

’ôŠã

5774

im. pl. drag

5775

midst of hell /

lightened / relaxed
5757

they determined / settled

5758

those who determine /
settle 

ÊÀ¢» ¾ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

`

Surah 44: Ad-Dukhaan
pv. made distinct / clear

5760

im. wait, watch

5761

smoke

5762

pp. one who is taught /

ɼ’è

ap. those who revert /

im. pl. restore, give in

im. pl. pour

5777

im. taste
^ 

öMôà÷
ÈÀ̾Ÿ ¢ß
¦ÌÂN®È¢ 

¨ ¯¢´’ó¦ɨȰÇ

¦ ¦Ï
̼ɯ
`

The Kneeling

ÌÀ¢»É®

return
5764

5776 

¤ ì«Ì°Ê¦

tutored
5763

ö ¸´’ó¦Ê ¡Ç

blazing fire

The Smoke
5759

¦Œô¬ ßʦ

Surah 45: Al-Jathiyah
5778

persists, continues to

 Ð

be obstinate
5779

they commit / seek / earn

5780

time

¦·Â ¬³Ê¦ 
ÂÿÈ®

Surahs 46-47: Al-Ahqaaf, Muhammad

5795

valleys

ˆ¨Ê®ÌÂÈ¢ 

ºÊÈü¬Èû

5796

means of access, approach

¢û¢¥Œë

5797

company, group

5798

guards / delivers /

fg. bowing the knee, kneeling

5782

we put on record

­¢Èü ¬Çʦ )

5783

we know not

5784

those who are

ÌÄÊ°¾û¢÷ 
ú Žü ì ¬È÷

convinced / having firm assurance
5785

vn. to be sure / convinced

^ Part :26

Part: 23

ˆ¨ ¯¢³

5781

(vn.:

219

ÆÀ¢Šì ¬Çʦ 

Ê»¢Šì·Š˜’ó¦ɨȰÇ 

öŒïŽ´

shields you
5799 

àöŠó

he wearied not,
did not fatigue

ö·  Ä³ Þ¥°

26th Part

ö· Ä³`

^

¦Šèû 

¾ ø¸ 
÷ɨȰÇ

^

`

Muhammad (peace be
upon him)

`

The Winding Sand-Tracts

Surah 47: Muhammad

Surah 46: Al-Ahqaaf

rendered astray, let go waste

trace, vestige, remnant

ƨȰ¢Š¯È¢

5800

5786

MòÓÈ¢

removed, ridded of, expiated

new, innovation

¢ß¾Ž¥

5801

5787 

ÂMèŠï

improved

in pain, reluctance

¢ÿŒï

5802

5788

condition, state

thirty

ÈÀŒ¯¢ŠôŠ¯

5803

5789

smite / strike

we will overlook / pass by

ɱÂÈ ¢´¬û

5804

5790
5791

pl. you squandered / took 

ö¬¦ÿ̯Ȣ

5792

winding sand tracts
cloud, dense cloud

¢ÓÊ°¢ß

5794

advancing towards,

ˆòŽ¦’ì¬È÷

approaching

Ⱦ¢¥
ʧ¢ŠëÂó¦ȧÂÓ

at necks
5805

Ì»¢Šì·È¢

5793 

¶ŠôÏÈ¢

you thoroughly subdued / 

ö¬ü¼’¯È¢

routed / slain them greatly
5806

to make a great slaughter, 

ú¼Š¯

to subdue, to rout out
5807

bonds

¼¢Š¯ÈÂ

Surah 48: Al-Fath

220

Part: 26

Å ¦¾ ç

5808

ransom

5809

made known

5810

destruction, perish 

Ž¶¬Šè’ó¦ɨȰÇ

È» Âß

The Victory

¢Èà«

Surah 48: Al-Fath
5827

past, gone before

È¿ ¾Šì«

5828

(which is) to come / follow 

 »Š˜«

by stumbling
5811

ú Ç ¦ŽÂŠã
¦

unpolluted,
incorruptible, not stale

`

^

5812

wine

Âø»

5829

thinkers

5813

honey

ˆòÈß

5830

im. pl. you may assist

¦ÌÂÉ°Äà«

5814

entrails, bowels

 ¢à÷È¢

5831

im. pl. you honor / revere

¦ÌÂÂOë«

5815

just now

¢†èŽû ¦

5832

war booty, war gains

5816

portents, tokens

¶¦ÂËÈ¢

5817

one who swoons / faints 

Ìä÷

5818

fitting, woe, alas

5819

locks
(sr.:

DÌÂÈ¢
¾¢Šè’ëÈ¢

ˆò’èŒë)

26th Part
5833

overcome
5834

the animals of sacrifice

5835

detained, debarred

5836

pl. you tread (them)

Ⱦ Ç

5821

gave false hope 

ô÷È¢

5837

guilt

5822

secrets

°¦ÂÇʤ

5838

they separated /

5823

pl. (secret) hates, rancor

5824

mode / tone

À¢äÓÈ¢

¢†çŒðà÷
¦Œ ØŠ «
ƨ Âà÷
¦Œô Ä« 

 ¬ úŠó

5840

zealotry, pride and

ˆ¨ ø·

haughtiness, heat and cant

of speech

æ¸

Èľ ’ó¦

became apart
5839

urge, press, importance 

Šè’ÛÈ¢

under foot / trample down

ʾŠì’ó¦Žú¸Šó

will never put (you) in loss

ö·  Ä³ æÐû

gave victory, made (you)

instigated, beautified

5826 

öŽû¢ä÷

¦

5820

5825 

ú û¢ŠÛ

imposed, made (somebody)
stick close

È¿ĒóÈ¢

Surahs 49-51: Al-Hujuraat, Qaaf, ..
5841

ap. those who

¼ ¾ ¬

221

Part: 26 

ú ì Oô¸÷ 

¼ɨȰÇ

^

get their heads shaved
5842

ap. those

° ´ ¼

`

Qaaf 

úŽ ÐìŠ ÷

Surah 50: Qaaf

who get their hair cut short
5843

marks

¢ø Ç

5844

shoot, blade

È ’ÖË

5845

strengthened

Ȱȱ ¦

5846

became thick

ŠÚŠôä¬Çʦ

5847

stem, stalk

to differentiate

5856a

shoots of fruit-stalks

5857

tall, lofty

5858

piled up one over another

¾ Ôû

5859

we were weary / worn out

¢ü Žß

5860

jugular vein

5861

ready 

ú¸¬÷ʦ

5862

agony, stupor

È  è«

5863

you escape, you shun 

¾ ¸«

5864

veil, covering

 ¢ŠØ ã

5865

fg. are you filled up?

5866

they wandered / traversed

`

The Inner Apartments
Surah 49: Al-Hujuraat
5848

tested

5849

fg. returns to, complies with

26th Part

3/4

ö·  

ij

¸¢¥°¦ 

¨¯

¯

5850

ni. pl. do not defame

¦ÌÂÄø ’ô«¢Šó

5851

ni. pl. do not (call

¦ÌÂÄ¥¢ü«¢Šó
¦È È´ 
«¢Šó

ni. pl. do not spy

5853

ni. do not back-bite

5854

will not diminish, belittle 

¤¬ä¢Šó 
ª ô¢Šó 

ޒôŠ×
©¢Šì Ç¢¥

¾Ê°’ó¦Žò¦·
¾ ¬ß
ƨ’ðÇ

Ê©’˜Šô¬÷¦Žòÿ 

Ê©¢Ê°¦MÀó¦ɨȰÇ

^

each other) by nickname
5852

Æ«ÌÂŒç

rifts, flaws, faults

¼Ç 

Ê©¦Â´¸’ó¦ɨȰÇ 

²ŽÂ÷

confusing, not able

5856

¦

^

5855

¦¦Mìû
`

The Winds That Scatter
Surah 51: Adh-Dhaariyaat
5867

fg. those that scatter

5868

to scatter

©¢Ê°¦È¯
¦ÅÂ̰ȯ

Surahs 52-53: At-Toor, An-Najm

222

¦’ëÊÂ

5869

burden, load

5870

fg. those that flow / glide

5871

fg. those that distribute

5872

starry ways / paths

5873

those who conjecture/

to thrust / push



5887

we diminished /

pv. will be tried / tormented

5875

they used to sleep

ÈÀü¬’è
ƨ ÂÏ 
ªMðÏ

fg. smote, struck

5888

held in pledge

5889

calamity (hatched)

might, power

ú’ïÉ°

5879

portion, share

¢¥ûȯ

¢ü¬ŠóÈ¢¢÷ 
ú ÿÈ°
ÊÀüø ’ó¦¤È°

by time, accident of time,
adverse turn of fortune
(accident: 

¤È° ;

death:

5890

intellects, minds, reasons

5891

ap. those transgressing

Àü÷ )
Æ¿¢Šô·È¢
ÈÀŒã¢Š×

beyond bounds, outrageous 

öŒð¦’Ø» ¢øŠçȾ¢Šë Ä³`

5878

¢ ßÈ®

deprived not

ÈÀà´ 
 

loud cry, clamor

^ Part : 27

shaking
5886

ÈÀϦ »

¦Å°÷

commotion, heaving,

©¢øȊì÷

5874

5877

5885

©¢Ê°¢³

speculate

5876

Part: 26

5892

Ⱦ Šì«

composed / fabricated /
forged

5893

pl. controllers,

ÈÀÌÂÂØ  Ð 

dispensers, those incharge 

Ê°NØó¦ɨȰÇ

^

5894

`

ladened

The Mount
Surah 52: At-Toor
5880

K¼È°

fine parchment

5881

pp. unrolled, unfolded

5882

the Much

5895

our eyes

¢üŽüßÈ¢

5896

retreat/ setting /

Æ°¢¥Ì®Ê¤

decline of the stars

°Ìü÷ 

Žö´ üó¦ɨȰÇ

Ê°øàø’ó¦ ª ¦’ó¦

^

5884

pv. kept filled
ap. one who can avert /

ward off

`

The Star

Frequented House
5883

ÈÀŒôìŠ ’°÷

pp. those burdened /

°´È÷ 
Þ ç¦È®

Surah 53: An-Najm

à ÿ
¦

5897

went down, set

Surah 54: Al-Qamar
5898

223

Ǩ  ÷ÌÂɯ

5915

poured forth

Xø«

¢ûÈ®

5916

bringing forth, creation

¨Š˜Ìû 

ó¾«

5917

gave wealth, enriched

X’ãÈ¢

úÇŠëȧ¢Šë

5918

made possessor,

X’ëÈ¢ 

¬üø’ó¦ɨȰ¾ Ç

5919

the one free from any
defect in body or mind

5899

drew near

5900

came down / closer

5901

measure of two bows

farthest lot-tree

(The distinctive mark between
the boundary of the physical world
and the heavenly world which
none can pass).
unfair, unjust

5904

naming

5905

attainment, highest point,

Sirius
5920

5921

overthrown cities

ˆ¨ øÈ«

5922

threw down, overthrew,

âŠô¦÷

1/4

ö 
ð
Œ ¦ 
Ø
’ » 
¢
øç
Š ¾
È ¢Š
ë 

 Ä³ 

ä’×È¢

more in transgression,
more rebellious

¨Šð è«š÷
à ÿÈ¢
¦

destroyed
5923

(that one can reach)
27th Part

à Âà Ë

name of a mighty star,

à Ä Ó
¦

5903

gave satisfaction / contentment
¦

[indicates closeness]
5902

Part: 27

those involved in vanities 

ŽÂøŠì’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

Þ¥° 

öøŠó

ÈÀ̾÷ ¢Ç

`

The Moon

5906

minor / little offenses

5907

pl. hidden, embryos

5908

sr. embryo

5909

hardened, stopped, grudged

5910

complete, full

5911

made (others) laugh 

î¸ÓÈ¢

5926

im. turn away, withdraw

M¾«

5912

made (others) weep 

ð¥È¢

5927

unacquainted, terrible 

Œðû

5913

caused death

È©¢÷È¢

5928

pv. repulsed, driven out

5914

gave life

\·È¢ 

Ž³É®Ì±É¦

5929

poured out abundantly 

 ø ü÷

Surah 54: Al-Qamar

ˆ¨ üŽ³È¢
úŽü³

5924

continuous, constant

 ø ¬È÷

à ¾’ïÈ¢

5925

deterrent, (enough 

³ȮÄ÷

¦

warning) to check (them
from evil)

>ÌÂÈ¢

affair / thing

Surah 55: Ar-Rahman

224

Part: 27

5930

nails, palm-fibers

ÂÇÉ®

5948

twinkle of an eye

5931

pv. was ungratefully rejected

Â è Œï

5949

groups, parties

5932

one who receives 

Â ï ¾÷

5950

pp. written, recorded,

admonition, one that remembers
5933

fg. sweeps away, plucks out

5934

trunks

5935

uprooted, torn-up

5936

ÂЦ’󢎥‰¶øŠó
Ƹ¢ËÈ¢ 
Â؊ ¬È÷

line by line

ɸŽÄü«

5951

±¢´ßÈ¢

seat of truth /

Ǽ¾ Ï ¾à’ì÷

true honor 

Âà ìŠ ü÷

5952

King

î ô÷

刂

5953

fully powerful, sovereign

° ¾¬’ì÷

madness

5937

insolent, rash, boastful 

 ËÈ¢

5938

brought forward 

ÂÔ 
¬¸÷

took

5940

ham-strung, slew

5941
5942

ÆÀ¢¦È· 

Šìß

5954

punctual, course computed 

ö Ìÿ

5955

creatures, living beings

dried-up, crumbling twigs

 Ü¬¸÷

5956

husked grain, fodder

fence, enclosure, (thorny

5957

sweet smell, fragrance

5958

bounties, favors, benefits

5958a

sounding clay

5959

clay (like that of pottery)

Æ°¢ ¼Šç

5960

dl. they get / join together 

ÿ̮Ȣ

ÊÀ¢ 쬒ô

5961

barrier

Â÷È¢

5962

dl. they can/do not

stone-storm,

¢¦ Ï¢·

tornado showering
stone
5944

The Most Gracious 

×¢à«

enclosure used by herdsmen
for their cattle stock)
5943

`

Surah 55: Ar-Rahmaan

(by suitable turns)
5939 

Žúø· Âó¦ɨȰÇ

^

time before day-beak, 

¸Ç

last hour of night
5945

most grievous

5946

most bitter

5947

scorching-fire

ŠìÇ

Ì¿¢ûÈ¢
æÐà’ó¦Âɯ
À¢¸È°
 –Šó ¦
¦

¾¢ВôÏ

ƭȱÂ¥ 

transgress / pass / mix

ÊÀ¢ 䦢Šó

Surah 56: Al-Waaqi'ah
5963

pearl

5964

coral stones, gems

5964a.

boats, ships

5965

ships, vessels

5965a.

like mountains

27th Part
5966 

öŒð¦’Ø»¢øŠç

full of Majesty,

225

Part: 27 

šŒóšŒó

5979

boiling

À¢³Â÷

5980

spreading two branches

°¦³

5981

inner lining

ú Ÿ¢ŠØ¥

©¢Š Ìü÷

5982

silk brocade

Ƽ¦¬Çʦ

¿¢Šôߊ˜’󦢊ï

5983

(selected) fruit

¢ü³

5984

at hand, easy to reach,

ÇÀ¦È®

Ⱦ¢Šë 

 Ä³

æÐû

ʾ¢Šô´’ó¦Âɯ

ÌÀ ¦
¦

À¢ü’çÈ¢¢«¦ÈÂȯ

easily accessible
5985

touched, got nearer

5986

ruby, jacinth,

Š®øŠ×

full of Glory, full of Honour
5967

work, (momentous) affair

ÆÀ’˜Ë

5968

dl. (two) heavy (creations)

ÊÀ¢ŠôŠìŠ¯

5969

pl. you pass out / penetrate

¦ÌŒÀŒèü«

5970

regions, zones

5971

sanction, authority
fire-flames (without smoke)

Æ·¦Ë

5989

pomegranates

5972

flash of brass

Ʋ¢¸û

5990

virtuous and

5973

°¢ŠØ’ëÈ¢

©Œë¢

precious stone
5987

ÊÀ¢¬ ÷–ÿ¾÷

two gardens of
well watered
dark green trees

5988

ÆÀ¢ŠØ’ôÇ

ÊÀ¢¬»¢ Ôû

two pouring forth
springs

ÆÀ¢ ÷É°
ÆÀ¢È ·Æ©¦Â»

good looking (ladies)

5974

red like

ƨȮ̰ÈÂ

5991

carpets

5975

red oil, burning oil,

ÆÀ¢ÿÊ®

5992

green

5993

beautiful mattress

»’çÈ° 
ÂÔ»

ointment
5976

forelocks, foreheads
(sr.: 

Ϧû 

¨à 릒ó¦ɨȰÇ

ˆ¨ Ï¢û)

^

5977

feet

Æ¿¦¾’ëÈ¢

5978

boiling water 

ö ø·

Kϊì¦ß
`

The Inevitable Event
Surah 56: Al-Waaqi'ah
5994

ap. fg. inevitable event

ˆ¨à ë¦ÈÂ

Surah 56: Al-Waaqi'ah

226

5995

fg. abasing, bringing low

5996

fg. exalting

5997

pv. fg. is shaken

5998

ˆ¨Ô 碻

Part: 27
6012

ˆ¨à ç¦È°

shock

Æ®Ôü÷

pp. clustered, piled

up one above another

®Ì¾ø÷ 

ª ³É°

6013

pp. outspreading shadow

¢ ³È°

6014

pp. gushing

§ŒðÈ÷

¢ È¥

6015

ever virgins

¦Å°¢Šð¥È¢

6016

virtuous,

5999

to crumble and scatter

6000

dust particle

Å –¦ÿ

6001

scattered

¢°¦ü÷

6017

equal age

6002

companions of

¨üø ø’ó¦ɧ¢¸ÏÈ¢

6018

black smoke

¿ø¸

6019

they persisted

ÈÀÌÂ Â Ð

6020

sin, wickedness

6021

to drink like

right hand,
i.e., good people
6003

companions of

¨øŠ Ìø’ó¦ɧ¢¸ÏÈ¢

the left hand, i.e., bad people
6004

multitude, majority

6005

thrones in or wrought

ˆ¨MôŒ¯
ˆ¨û Ó ÷

with golden threads
and precious stones
6006

pl. immortal

ÈÀ̾Mô¼ 

6007

goblets, jugs

êÊ°¢¥È¢

6008

they will not

ÈÀß ¾Ð 
¢Šó

6009

recrimination,

pp. made thornless

6011

bananas
(sr.:

¨¸’ôŠ×)

ˆ®ü ·
öŽ ’ó¦ȧÂË

6022

chaff, broken into pieces

6023

pl. you would be left

¢÷¢ŠØ·
ÈÀ MðŠè«

in wonderment
6024

ÈÀ÷ ä÷

pp. those burdened

with debt

ÀÄ÷

¢ø ¯’˜«

6026

pl. you kindle /

ƮԼ÷

6027

‰¶’ôŠ×

¢¥¦Â«È¢

thirsty camels

cloud

sinful discourse
6010

loving their husbands

6025

get headache

¢¥Âß

ÀÈ ÌÂÉ°«

strike-out fire

úŽ’ì÷

travelers,
dwellers in wilderness

27th Part
6028

3/4

setting of stars

ö 
ð
Œ ¦ 
Ø
’ » 
¢
øç
Š

¾È ¢Šë  Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯¯

¿´ üó¦ŽÞ ë¦÷

Surahs 57-58: Al-Hadeed, Al-Mujdlh.
6029

227

ÈÀÌ ؊ ÷

pp. pl. those who

extensiveness

6047

we bring in existence

6048

ni. pl. grieve not

6049

escaped, lost, missed

È©¢Šç

ƬÌÂÈ°

6050

we made to follow

¢ü MèŠë

ÈÀüÿ ¾÷

those who take message

in light esteem / look with disdain
6031

those who will

ƵÂß

6046

are purified
6030

Part: 27 

ú Žü ¾÷Šã

Ȣ¦û
¦ǒ˜«¢Šó

not be accountable
6032

happiness

monasticism, monkery

aromatic, fragrance

ÆÀ¢¸È°

6051

6033

observe

vn. roasting

¨ ôЫ

6052

6034

dl. two-fold /

blazing fire, burning hell

ö ¸³

6053

6035 

¾ ¾¸’ó¦ɨȰÇ
The Iron

pp. made successors

6037

we may borrow

6038

im. pl. seek

6039

wall, barrier

…¦Þ øǾŠë Ä³` 

¨ŠóÊ®¢´ø’ó¦ɨȰÇ

úè ôŠ ¼¬È÷ 
ƦŽ¬’ìû
¦Èø ¬’óʦ
Æ°Ç
Šò¦ ë

6040

before

6041

Is it not high time that ...?

6042

prolonged

6043

time, (a length of) time

6044

vn. to boast, to pride 

»¢Šè«

vn. to multiply 

Œ¯¢Šð«

6045

Žú Šô’è ï

^

Surah 57: Al-Hadeed
6036

¨¢ßÊ°

double portions / parts

^ Part :28

`

^

`

The Woman who pleads
Surah 58: Al-Mujaadilah
6054

fg. complains

6055

contention, discourse

6056

they do zihar 

ð¬Ì«
°É¢¸«
ÈÀÌÂÂÿ ¢ŠÜ

Zihar: to say to one's wife, "You

are to me as the back of my
mother." In the days of ignorance,
this utterance
from husband implied that he has
divorced his wife.

ÊÀ’˜öŠóÈ¢
Ⱦ¢Š×
¾÷È¢

¨ Žû¢¦ÿÈ°

6057

(rel. pronoun) 

ŸMó¦

those (women) who
6058

dl. they touch each other

¢ Ç¢ø¬

Surah 59: Al-Hashr
6059

dl. two months

6060

dl. successively,

228

Part: 28

ŽúÂ Ë 

ŽÂ̸’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

ŽúàŽ¥¢¬¬÷

The Gathering
Surah 59: Al-Hashr

continuously
6061

sixty

6062

they oppose / contend

6063

pv. be humbled to dust / 

ú ¬ Ç
ÈÀÌÂN®¢¸

6076

protection, defence

¦¬¦ŽŒï

6077

fortresses, strongholds

pv. were disgraced,

ª 
¦ŽŒï

6078

cast

ˆ¨àŽû¢÷
ÆÀз 

úÐ ·)

(sr.:

abased
6064

`

È»ŠÀŠë

made abased
they ruin / demolish

recorded, kept account 

зȢ

6079

6065

ÈÀ¥ÂŽ ¼

im. pl. learn a lesson

disobedience

¨ Ðà÷

6080

6066

¦Ì¦Ž¬ßʦ

exile, migration

they greeted

¦ ·

6081

6067

palm-tree

im. you make room,

¦¸ ÈèŠ «

6082

6068

6083

you made expedition

¶ Ȋè«

6084

a circuit

sit comfortably

Æ –Šô³
¨ü ó 
ö¬’è³ÌÂÈ¢
†¨ŠóÌÂÉ®

6069

to make room for

6070

im. pl. rise up

¦ÌÂÄÌûɦ

6085

rich

6071

cover, shield

¨ ü³

É ¢Žü’ãÈ¢

6086

malice, spite, need

6072

gained mastery,

ȯ¸¬Çʦ

ˆ¨³¢·

6087

they prefer, give preference

engrossed

ÈÀ̯ š

ˆ¨Ï¢Ð»

6073

party, company, group

ƧÄ ·

6088

poverty

6074

pl. most abased, lowest 

ú OóȯȢ

6089

pv. is saved

ȼ

6075

they make friend

ÈÀÌÂN®¦

6090

niggardliness

¶ 

28th Part
6091

1/4

…¦Þ øǾŠë Ä³Þ¥°

they became hypocrites

¦ŒìçŠ ¢û

Surahs 60-63: Al-Mumtahanah, ..
6092

great fear

6093

fortified towns,

229

¨¦ÿÈ°
¨ü и ÷ÃŒë

Part: 28
6107

28th Part

fenced cities
6094

disunited, diverse 

¬Ë

6095

evil or ill effects

¾¢¥ÈÂ

6096

falling down,

6097
6098
6099

…¦ Þ 
ø
Ç 
¾ 
ë
Š 

æ Ðó¦ɨȰÇ 

 Ä³

æÐû

`

The Battle Array
Surah 61: As-Saff

¢¬’ì÷

6108

¢ß¾Ð¬÷

hateful, odious

6109

ÆÀ¢ü¥

guardian 

ú ø  ÷

building, structure

6110

Æ´ÏÂ÷

superb, possessing

¦Šð¬÷

pp. compact, solid

splitting, bursting 

¨à ø´’ó¦ɨȰÇ

every greatness

^ 

¨ü¸
¬øø’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

Surah 62: Al-Jumu'ah

Surah 60: Al-Mumtahanah
pl. you show / encounter /

`

The Assembly (Friday)
Prayer

`

The Woman to be
Examined

6100

1/2

^

¢à Ë¢»

that which is humble

È©¢Šç

passed away, gone

ÈÀŒì’ô«

6111

books (sr.:

6112

they dispersed

meet 

’è Ç )

¦Å°¢ŠèÇÈ¢
¦ Ԋèûʦ 

ÈÀŒì ç¢üø’ó¦ɨȰÇ

6101

are clear, guiltless

¦É£¡ Â¥

6102

you are at enmity 

ö¬È®¢ß

The Hypocrites

they backed up / helped

¦ÌÂÂÿ ¢ŠÛ

Surah 63: Al-Munafiqoon

6103
6104

im. pl. examine

¦ü¸
¬÷ʦ

6113

bodies (sr.:

6105

ni. pl. hold not

¦ŒðÊÈø«¢Šó

6114

timber, wood 

¤Ì»

6106

ties (of marriage)

ŽÂ 禎Šð’ó¦ŽöÐ ß

6115

fg. pp. propped up

¨¾ üÈ 

with disbelieving women

^ 

öȎ³)

`

Æ¿¢È³È¢

Surahs 64-66: At-Taghabun, ..
6116

cry

6117

they turn

6118

they breakup / disperse 

Žú¥¢ä ¬ó¦ɨȰÇ

230

ˆ¨¸ Ï

6127

shall suckle / milk 

ÞÓ
«

¦Ì Šó

6128

fg. another

à »ɢ

¦ Ԋèü

6129

one who has capacity

6130

fg. rebelled, revolted

¦ 

ŽöŽÂ¸ ¬ó¦ɨȰÇ

The Mutual Loss
and Gain

^

…¦ Þ øǾŠë 

 Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ 

ʼ¢ŠôMØó¦ɨȰÇ 

¨¯

¯

6131

you seek 

䬦«

6132

absolution (from oath),

¨Mô ¸«

`

^

expiation

The Divorce

secretly told or communicated

6134

disclosed 

 ’ÛÈ¢

̪ ¾¸

6135

made known

È» Âß

¦ŒëÊ°¢Šç

6136

avoided

ȵÂßÈ¢

Ǿ¾ßÄÈÂȯ

6137

fg. inclined 

ªäÏ

Œâó ¢¥

6138

dl. you back each other

¦Âÿ¢ŠÜ«

‰òø·Ê©¢ŠóÂÉ¢

6139

repentant or

Æ©¢¦ Ÿ¢«

6120

brings a new thing

6121

im. pl. separate (them)

6122

two honest men

6123

ap. one who attains / reaches

6124

fg. those

penitent women

having pregnancy
means, capacity

6125a fg. they deliver (the child)
6126

pl. you disagree among
one another

ÂÇÈ¢

6133

Surah 65: At-Talaaq

6125

`

Surah 66: At-Tahreem 

ú¥¢ä«

to show or to be in loss and gain

3/4 

ª¬ß

Holding (something) to
be Forbidden

Surah 64: At-Taghabun

28th Part

¨àÇÌÂɯ

`

^

6119

Part: 28

¾³ÉÂ

6140

fasting women 

úàÔ

6141

widows / divorced / 

ö«ÂÇ¢à«

Æ©¢¸ Ÿ¢Ç
Æ©¢¦Š¯

previously married (women)
6142

virgins

¦Å°¢Šð¥È¢

Surahs 67-68: Al-Mulk, Al-Qalam
6143

stern

6144

sincere

6145

im. build

6146

chastity, chaste body

^ Part :29

231

Æ·¢Šô ã

6158

subservient, smooth, level

¢· Ðû

6159

paths, sides, tracks

Žú¥Ê¦

6160

fg. shall quake

°ø«

Æ«Šç

6161

persisted in, set in

¦ ´Šó

6162

headlong, groveling

¢ ¦ ð÷

6163

better guided

6164

near, close

6165

grieved

6166

will protect

¢†ë¢¦ ×

6167

became

6168

sink away, get lost in the

ÌÄ ÀMó¦ȽȰ¢¦« Ä³` 

î’ôø’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

Part: 29

`

The Dominion
Surah 67 : Al-Mulk
6147

one above another

6148

oversight, fault

©É¢Šè«

6149

rifts, disorders

°ŒØŒç

6150

two times, again and again

Žú « Šï

6151

low, disgraceful

¢†  Ç¢»

6152

fatigued

ÂÊÈ·

6153

missile, something to

¢÷ ³É°

¤ ï¢ü÷

à ¾ÿÈ¢
¦ 

è’óɱ 
ªŠ  Ç 
ÂŽ´ 
¶¦ÏÈ¢

loud moaning, roaring,

¢†ì Ž Ë

braying

¦Å°Šã

underground
6169

ú à÷

flowing, gushing 

ŽöŠôŠì’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

`

The Pen
Surah 68: Al-Qalam
6170

by (oath) the pen

6171

they write

6172

sublime morals

ŽöŠôŠì’ó¦ÈÂ

stone with
6154

†Œóȯ

ÈÀÌÂŒØÈ
‰ö Ü߉êŒô»

6155

fg. boils

É°Œè«

6173

pp. afflicted with madness

6156

will burst 

Ä ø«

6174

you become soft / suppliant,

6157

remote, far off from mercy

¢†ì¸Ç

you compromise

À¬’è÷ 
úÿ ¾«

Surah 69: Al-Haaqqah
6175

232

»¢Mô·

xg. who swears [uselessly],

Part: 29
6194

Ê©¸’󦤷 ¢Ï

companion of

the fish (i.e., Prophet Jonah X )

oath monger
6176

xg. slanderer, defamer

±¢ øÿ

6177

xg. going about

 ¢ Ì÷

reached, obtained

calumny, slander

ö øû

6196

6178

pv. is cast

cruel, violent

ò¬ß

6197

6179

barren land, wilderness

of a doubtful birth

öŽûȱ

6198

6180

they had all but killed

we will brand him

þøÊÈû

6199

6181
6182

trunk, snout

6183

they do not say



¿Œ×»

6195

agony / despair

29th Part

ÈÀü’°¬È¢Šó

 ¦Âß
ÈÀŒìó Ä

ÌÄ ÀMó¦ȽȰ¢¦« Ä³Þ¥° 

¨Më–¸’ó¦ɨȰÇ

`

The Sure Reality 

æ Ÿ¢Š×

one that encompasses /

1/4

ȽȰ¦¾«
ÀŠ ¦Žû

^

"if Allah wills,"
make no exception
6184

¿ŒÜ’ð÷

the one in anguish /

Surah 69: Al-Haaqqah

encircles

ÈÀøŸ ¢û

6200

sure reality

¨M뢸’ó¦

plucked, barren and bleak 

öŽÂÏ

6201

violent upheaval, outburst

ˆ¨ 㢊×

6187

they called unto one another

¦ÌÂÈ®¢ü«

6202

cut out from root

¢÷ È·

6188

those who cut or 

ú ÷Ê°¢Ï

6203

laid low 

ßÂÏ

®Â·

6204

fg. exceeding, increasing

ÖÇÌÂÈ¢

6205

remember

ÈÀ÷È¢Šô¬

6206

fg. the one who remembers

¨ ߦÈÂ

6207

blow

ˆ¨¼’èû

6208

to crush

6185

ap. sleepers

6186

pluck (fruits)
6189

withholding

6190

most moderate, best

6191

they reproach
one another

6192

pv. is bared

6193

shanks, lower part of leg 

æÌ 
’ð
¼¢Ç

¨Ž¥¦È° 
à«

ˆ¨MïÈ®

Surah 70: Al-Ma'arij

233

Part: 29

6209

fg. frail, flimsy

ˆ¨ ÿ¦ÈÂ

6230

washing of wounds

ú ôÈ ã

6210

sides

 ¢³Ì°È¢

6231

soothsayer, diviner, 

ú ÿ¢Šï

6211

hidden

¨ 碻

6212

come you all!

[fortune-teller]

É¿É£¢ÿ

6232

invented / fabricated sayings

Ⱦ Šì«

sayings

òÊ¢ŠëÈ¢

6213

my book

¨Ž¥¢¬ ï

6233

life-artery, artery of heart

life

¨Ì ß

6234

6214

Æ»ŒØŒë

6235

those who withhold 

ú «ÈÂ
úŽÄŽ³¢·

6215

clusters

6216

near at hand

¨Žû¦È®

6217

(that are) gone

¨ ó¢»

The Ways of Ascent

pv. I was not given

©
È ÌÂÉ¢öŠó

Surah 70: Al-Ma'arij

6218
6219

I had not known

ʰ̮ȢöŠó

6236

fifty

6220

making end, decisive, dead

¨ Ó¢Šë

6237

thousand 

æ’óÈ¢

6221

my authority / power

¨Žû¢ŠØ’ôÇ

6238

year

¨üÇ

6222

im. pl. put chain, shackle

¦ Nô Œã

6239

flakes (tufts) of wool

6223

im. pl. let (him) enter, roast

¦NôÏ

6240

kinsfolk, kindred

6224

chain

¨ŠôÊȒô Ç 

Ê«Ê°¢àø’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

`

úÊÈø» 

ú ß
ˆ¨Šô Њç

[relatives]
6241

gives / will give him

þŽ’ «

6225

its length

¢ ß̰ȯ

6226

seventy

ÈÀà¦Ç

6242

blazing fire, raging flame

6227

cubit (length of a hand

¢ߦȰʯ

6243

fg. tearing away

†¨ߦ Äû

measuring approximately 18 inches)

6244

skin (of face)

à Ë

6245

withheld, hid 

ßÌÂÈ¢

6228
6229

im. pl. thrust, insert, fasten

does not urge

¦ŒðŒôÇɦ
Ò¸¢Šó

a shelter 

܊ó
¦

Surahs 71-72: Nooh, Al-Jinn

234

6246

xg. impatient

6247

fretful, bewailing

6248

xg. niggardly, begrudging

¢ß Œôÿ

6262

dweller

¦Å°¢ È®

¢ßÌÂij

6263

destruction, perdition, ruin

¦Å°¢¦«

¢ß ü÷
ÈÀøŸ ¦È®

6249

(always) constant

6250

in groups, in crowds

úŽÄ ß

6251

those who are outrun 

ú ë ¦È÷

6252

they rush / hasten

ÈÀÔç  

ǬûɨȰÇ

^

Part: 29

1/2

29th Part

Ä
Ì À
óM¦ ½
È °
È ¢¦«  Ä³ 

úŽ´’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

æÐû

`

The Jinn
Surah 72: Al-Jinn

¢†ØŠØË

6264

utter extravagant lie

6265

perversion

¢†ìÿÈ°

6266

pv. fg. filled 

ª Šô ÷

6267

guards

¦Ì ÂÏÈ¢

¢Ç·

6268

sitting places, stations 

¾ ߢŠì÷
¦¾ÏÈ°

`

Noah
Surah 71: Nooh
6253

they persisted

6254

dignity, majesty

°¢ŠëÈÂ

6269

(watching in) ambush

6255

(diverse) stages

°¦’×È¢

6270

different, divergent

6256

wide expanse, carpet

¢†×¢Ȏ¥

¦Å®¾ ë

6271

flight

6257

Wadd

Ë®ÈÂ

¢¥Âÿ

6272

loss, diminution

6273

pl. unjust (people),

(This and the following four are
the names of five pious persons of
Prophet Noah's era. After their
death, people used to worshipped
them)
6258
6259
6260
6261

Suwaa'
Yaghooth
Ya'ooq
Nasr

¢ß¦Ç
ªä
¼à
¦ÂÈû

¢È¼¥
ÈÀŒØÇ ¢Šë

deviators
6274

they sought out

¦Ì Â¸«

6275

fuel, firewood

¢¦ŠØ·

6276

abundant (water)

¢†ë¾Šã

6277

ever-growing

¦¾àÏ

Surahs 73-74: Al-Muzzammil, Al-Mdthr.. 235
6278

crowded

6279

will not protect / deliver

6280

lesser, fewer

6281

guard 

Žò÷ Äø ’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

Part: 29

¦¾¦ ó

6294

left asunder, split 

ÂŽ´ úŠó

6295

two-thirds 

°ŠŒôŒ¯

NòŠëÈ¢

6296

they travel

ʵ̰Š˜’ó¦ çÈÀ¥ÂŽ Ô

¦¾ÏÈ° 

ÂØ èŠ ü÷

in the land 

ŽÂO¯ ¾ø ’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^
`

`

One Wrapped Up

Folded in Garments

Surah 74: Al-Muddath-thir

Surah 73: Al-Muzzammil
6282

wrapped one,

ˆò÷ Ä÷

6297 

ÂO¯ ¾÷

one who envelops
(in garments or sheet of cloth)
im. arise

rising by night

ˆ¨Š  Ë¢û

6298 

öŒë

6283

im. warn

to tread upon

¢† ’×ÈÂ

6299

Ì° ÀûÈ¢

6284

im. magnify, glorify

correct in speech

† ëÉ¿’ëÈ¢

6300 

¦Šï

6285

pollution, uncleanness,

occupation, business

¢¸¦Ç

6301

6286
6287

to cut off from others

† ¬¦«

folded in garments

im. give respite

6289

fetters

6290

that chokes [throats]

6291

heap of sand

painful, crushing

6293

gray headed /
old aged (people) 

´ÿɦ

im. shun, keep off

’ò ÷

6303

pv. is sounded

†¢ŠðûÈ¢

6304

trumpet

6304a

I made smooth

N©¾ ÷

6305

to make smooth

¦¾ Ž ø«

6306

I will impose

†Ž¥ÈÂ

6307

painful uphill climb

¢¦ Ë

6308

frowned

¨
Ќã¦È¯
†Ž ÷¢¦ °Šï

poured out and flowing down
6292

abomination
6302

and devote exclusively
6288

ijɰ
 ì û
°Œë¢û 

ê ÿÌ°É¢
¦Å®àÏ  

Ʀß

Surah 75: Al-Qiyamah
6309

236 

ÂÈ¥

scowled,

6323a

tips of fingers

ÆÀ¢ü¥

Š¯š

6324

dazed, confounded

ȼŽÂ¥

ˆ¨·¦ Šó

6325

eclipsed, darkened, buried

showed displeasure, glared
6310

pv. derived from old

6311

xg. scorching, shriveling

6312

nineteen

6313

Part: 29 

æÈ»

in darkness

ÂÌߊ¨àÈ «

6326

place to flee to, refuge

shone forth, brightened 

ŠèÇÈ¢

6327

no refuge, no safety

̰ȱÈ¢Šó

6314

held in pledge

ˆ¨ü ÿÈ°

6328

excuses, pleas 

Âʯ¢à÷

6315

we enter in vain discourse

ɵ¼û

6329

fg. radiant, resplendent,

¨Â Ó¢û

6316

those who talk vanities 

ú Ô Ÿ¢»

beam in brightness and beauty
6330

with vain talkers
6317

pl. asses, donkeys (sr.:

6318

fg. frightened, wild

6319

fg. fled

6320

lion

6321

Fount of all

°¢ø ·)Âø·
¨Âè ü¬È÷

overcast with despair
6331

Ì© Šç

6332

throat, collar bone

¨È°Ȋë

6333

ap. wizard, enchanter

à ’ì ¬ó¦ŒòÿÈ¢

6334

fg. entangled,

3/4

¨ èäø’ó¦ŒòÿÈ¢
ÌÄ ÀMó¦ ȽȰ¢¦«  Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯¯ 

¨÷¢ ì’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

`

The Resurrection

¼¦È°
ªM謒óʦ

xg. fg. accusing, reproaching

ˆ¨÷¦ Šó

¼¢Ç

6335

shank, lower part of leg

6336

vn. to drive, driving

¼¢È÷

6337

arrogantly, conceitedly 

MØø¬

6338

woe, nearer (to doom)

6339

uncontrolled,

DÌÂÈ¢
þÇ

without purpose

Surah 75: Al-Qiyamah
6323 

ë¦Â«

joined with another

all forgiveness
29th Part

¨ 뢊ç

fg. waist-breaking [matter]

i.e., great calamity or disaster

God-consciousness
Fount of

¨ Ǣ¥

fg. sad, dismal, despondent

¦

6322

Šè÷

6340

pv. emitted, gushed forth

Xø

Surahs 76-77: Ad-Dahr, Al-Mursalaat 

ŽÂÿ ¾ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

237

`

The Time
Surah 76: Ad-Dahr
6341

long / endless period of time

6342

pp. remembered, 

ÂÿÈ®

¦Å°Œï’À÷

mentioned
6343

mingled

«¢Ì÷È¢
ò Ç¢ŠôÇ

6344

chains

6345

shackles, collars, yokes

¾¢Šô’ãÈ¢

6346

admixture

«¦Ä ÷

6347

wide spreading

6348

captive

6349

frowning

6350

distressful

6351

¦ÂØ ¬È÷

Part: 29
6358

glasses, crystals

6359

measure

6360

ginger

6361

name of a fountain

¦ÂÊ°¦Šë
¦Â ¾’ì«
† 
Ž¦´ûȱ
† 
Ž¦ȒôÇ

in heaven
6362

¦Å°Œ°ü÷

pp. scattered,

unstrung [pearls]
6363 

ÂÇÈ¢

frame, make 

Ê©¢ŠôÇÂø’ó¦ɨȰÇ

`

^

Those Sent Forth
Surah 77: Al-Mursalaat

©¢ŠôÇÂ÷

¦Â ÇÈ¢

6364

fg. those sent (winds)

¢Ç ¦ß

6365

one after another, goodness

¦ÂŽÂŠØøŠë

6366

storming

pleasure, joy

¦Å°ÌÂÂÇ

6367

separation

6352

(heat of) sun

¢ÈøË

6368

fg. those who

Ê©¢ì ’ô÷

6353

bitter cold

¦ÂŽÂ ÷ȱ

6369

pv. fg. dimmed, put out 

ªÈ 
ø Œ×

6354

lowered ones,

¨Žû¦È®

6370

pv. fg. rent asunder, cleft 

ª³ Ž Œç

6371

pv. fg. blown away, 

ªŠèÊÈû

close upon, near
6355

bunches of fruits

6356

within reach, lowered

6357

vessels, goblets

»ŒØŒë
† 
ó’À«
¨Žû ¦

¢†çÂß
¢†èÐß
¢†ëŠç

scattered to wind as dust
6372

pv. fg. brought unto 

ª¬OëÉ¢

appointed time

¦

6373

pv. fg. deferred, set 

ªŠô³É¢

Surahs 78-79: An-Naba, An-Nazi'aat
6374

238

¢«¢Šè ï

place to draw together,

lofty, high, tall

6376

sweet (water)

6377

im. pl. be gone, depart

6378

three

¢³¢ ÿÈÂ

6389

dazzling, blazing

6390

rainy clouds

Æ©¢¼ ÷¢Ë

6391

xg. abundantly

¢«¦Œç

6392

dense, of thick foliage

¢†ç¢Šè’óÈ¢

¦Œìô ؊ ûʦ

6393

mirage

¢¥¦ÂÇ

¤
‰ à Ëʪ¢ŠôŠ¯

6394

place of ambush

ò ôŠÛ¢Šó

6395

resort, destination

receptacle
that holds within itself
6375

Part: 30

©¦ÂÐ
à÷
¢³¢ ´Š¯

®¢Ï ÷

branches / columns, three fold

¢¥ ¢÷
¦

6379

will not shade

dwellers, those who abide

flame, blaze 

¤ Šó

6396

6380 

ú °Ž¥¢Šó

for ages

fg. throws 

÷«

6397

6381

¢¥¢Šì·È¢

dark murky fluid, [pus]

sparks

Æ°ÂË

6398

6382

¢†ë¢ Ȋã

proportioned, fitting

(a string of) camels, 

ªŠó¢øŽ³

6399

6383

6400

gardens

marching camels
6384

’èÏ

yellow

^ Part :30

öߠij` 

˜¦ üó¦ɨȰÇ

^

(sr.:
6401

¢†ë¢ŠçÊ 
ê Ÿ¦¾·

ˆ¨Šì ¾·)
¢†ë¢ÿÊ®

full, brimming over,
overflowing

6402
`

The (Great) News 

Ê©¢ßʱ¢ üó¦ɨȰÇ

^

Surah 78: An-Nabaa

¢¥¦Ï

right

`

Those Who Tear Out

6385

about what? concerning what?

öß

6386

sleep

Æ¿û

6403

ap. those who drag forth

6387

repose, rest

¢«¢¦Ç

6404

submerging

6388

covering, cloak

¢Ç¢¦ ó

Surah 79: An-Nazi'aat

©¢ßʱ¢û
¢†ëŠã

Surah 80: 'Abasa
6405

239

Part: 30

¢†ØÌû

to loose knot,
to release (gently)

6406

float, glide, [swim]

¢¸¦Ç

6407

to press forward /

¢†ì¦Ç

what have you got to do with?
6424

an evening

6425

a morning of it 

ƦßɨȰÇ

^

ˆ¨ŠèŽ³¦È°

the quaking one

6409

fg. happens after, follows

6410

fg. the one that follows after

6411

throbbing,

ˆ¨ŠèŽ³¦ÈÂ

Surah 80: 'Abasa
6426

you pay regard /

those who are restored /

ÈÀÌÂÉ®ÌÂÉ®Â÷

returned
6413
6414

¨ ç¢·

first state, former state

¨Â ¼û

decayed, rotten, crumbled

6415

open surface

¨Â ÿ¢Ç

6416

height, canopy 

îøÇ

6417

made dark,

6418 

¸Ó

sunrise, morning 

Šô«

6427

you neglect / disregard

6428

hands of scribes

6429

noble

Ç¿¦ ï

6430

virtuous, righteous

¨È°Â¥

6431

pv. is destroyed,

¨ŠèÇÄ ¾È¢

òŠ ¬ Œë

perished, woe to
6432

How ungrateful (he is)?

ÁŠè’ïÈ¢¢÷

What has made (him)
reject Allah? 

ʊؒãÈ¢

covered with darkness

þЫ

whole attention

beating painfully
6412

`

(He) Frowned 

Þ¦¬«
¨ŠçÊ®¦È°

¢ÿ¢¸Ó

(that follows the evening)

speed [as in a race]
6408

ˆ¨ Ìß

6433

put in grave 

¦’ëÈ¢

6434

not fulfilled,

ŽÒ’ì¢ øŠó

6419

spread it out, stretched it out

¢ÿ¢·È®

6420

pasturage 

ßÂ÷

6435

pour forth, pouring

¢ ¦Ï

6421

set firm, fixed firmly 

ÇÌ°È¢

6436

cleaving

¢ìË

6422

grand calamity, great disaster

¨ ÷¢Š×

6437

vegetables, vegetation

6423

how could you be 

ªûÈ¢ö ç

6438

dense, thick

concerned with?

did not perform

¢¦Ԋë
¢¦’ôŒã

Surahs 81-83: At-Takweer, ...

240

Part: 30

¢ ¥È¢

6455

breathed 

ÆMèü«

¨ »–Ï

6456

held in honor, of high rank

ú ð÷

laughing

ˆ¨Šð ·¢Ó

6457

pp. one who is obeyed

¸¢ŠØ÷

rejoicing

¨ÂÌ
¦¬È÷

6458

there

6459

unwilling to give,

6439

herbage, fodder

6440

deafening cry / noise

6441
6442 

ŽÂŽ’ð ¬ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

`

Surah 81: At-Takweer
pv. fg. is folded up,

Ì©È°Œï

is wound round
6444
6445

fg. fall, losing the luster

she-camels which

Ì©È°¾Šðûʦ
Æ°¢Ì ß

are ten-months-pregnant
6446

pv. fg. left unattended, 

ªŠôOØß 

Ê°¢ŠØ èû ¢’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

pv. fg. be filled,

`

The Cleaving Asunder
Surah 82: Al-Infitaar
6460

dispersed, scattered

Ì©Š°¬ûʦ

6461

burst forth

Ì©Â ´Œç

6462

overturned, ransacked

Ì©Â ° à¥

30th Part

1/4

abandoned
6447

úŽüԎ¥

withhold grudgingly

The Folding Up

6443

öŠ¯

Ì©Â ´Ç

öߠijޥ°

^úè Oè؊ ø’ó¦ɨȰÇ `

boil over with a swell
6448

pv. fg. paired, united 

ª³ÂO ɱ

Dealing In Fraud

female (child) buried alive

¨È®É ÷

Surah 83: Al-Mutaffifeen

6449
6450

pv. fg. stripped off, 

ªØŠ Ì
Ε

6463 

Æ ü»

6464

torn away
6451

that recedes

6452

swiftly moving

6453

hiding

6454

departing, dissipating

those who give less in 

ú è Oè؊ ÷

measure and weight / defraud
they demanded / received by

¦Œó¢¬’ï¦

measure

°¦´’ó¦

6465

they take full measure

ÈÀŒç ¬È

Æ üŒï

6466

they gave by measure

¦Œó¢Šï 

ÆàÈß

(to others)

Surahs 84-86: Al-Inshiqaaq, ..
6467

they give less

6468

pp. written

6469

rusted , stained

6470

those who are

241

Part: 30

ÈÀÌÂÂÊȼ

6483

fg. needed (to do so) 

ªMì·

Æ¿ŒëÂ÷

6484

fg. stretched out, spread out

Ì© ¾÷

ÈÀ¦È°

6485

fg. become empty 

ªMô¼«

ÈÀ¥ ´¸÷

6486

toiling, working

Ƭʮ¢Šï

ê ·È°

6487

to toil, to work

¢·¾Šï

Æ¿¬¼÷

6488

shall never return

covered / veiled
6471

pure drink (wine)

6472

pp. is sealed

afterglow of sunset

seal

Æ¿¢¬ »

6489 

êŠèË

6473

brought together

musk 

îÈ ÷

6490 

êÇÈÂ

6474

became full

those who have

ÈÀÈ ç¢ü¬÷

6491 

êÈ «¦

6475

6492

they hide in chest, they

aspirations, those who hasten
earnestly to the obedience of Allah
6476

(vn.:

in the Heaven
6477

they wink /

Àß 

gather (of good and bad deeds)

öŽüÈ«

name of a spring

È°¸ úŠó

Æ ¢àʦ) 

ʫ̦’ó¦ɨȰÇ

ÈÀÌÂÄ÷ ¢ä¬

^

`

The Zodiacal Signs

signal with eyes (in mockery)
6478

jesting, joking

úŽ ðŠç

6479

what? is? are?

’òÿ

6493

pits, ditches

Ʈ̾»É¢

6480

pv. are rewarded / paid back

ȧŒ¯

6494

those seated

®àŒë

6495

ap. xg. full of loving kindness 

ʼ¢Šì Ìû ¢’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

Surah 85: Al-Burooj 

ʼʰ¢MØó¦ɨȰÇ

`

^

The Rending Asunder

fg. split

6482

fg. listened 

ªMìÌûʦ 
ªûʯȢ

`

The Night-Visitant

Surah 84: Al-Inshiqaaq
6481

Æ®ÌÂÉ®ÈÂ

Surah 86: At-Taariq
6496

nightly visitor,
(star) coming at night

¼Ê°¢Š×

Surahs 87-89: Al-A'alaa, ..
6497

242

ê ç¦È®

ap. gushing

Part: 30

6512

6498

loins, backbone

¤’ôÏ

6499

chest-bones, ribs 

¤ Ÿ¦Â«

6513

ap. fg. weary, fatigued

6500

pv. will be tested / searched out 

ô¦«

6514

ap. fg. boiling

6501

secrets 

Ÿ ¦ÂÇ

6515

bitter thorn-fruit

6502

the one that returns

ŽÞ³ Âó¦É©¦È¯

6516

shall not nourish /

overwhelming

6505

¨Žû ¦
¦ 

ÞŽÂÓ 
úø È¢Šó

ʸ¾ Ðó¦É©¦È¯

¨ß Ó ÷

6517

pp. fg. placed, set

6518

cushions

6519

pp. fg. set in rows, ranged

6520

silken carpet 

Ž¥¦È°È±

`

6521

pp. fg. those spread out

¨Š¯ Œ°¦÷

The Most High

6522

pv. are set up,

the one that splits/
opens out

6504

¨¦ Ï¢û

give strength

(the rain)
6503

¨ Ë¢Šã

ap. fg. enveloping,

ƾÄÿ

amusement, pleasantry

¦¾ÂÈ É°

for a little while 

ôߊ˜’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

Surah 87: Al-Aala
6523

pv. fg. is spread out

 –Š°Œã

6524

warden

à ·È¢

6525

dusky, rust-brown, swarthy

return

6509

avoids, shuns 

¤ ü´ 
¬

6510

more wretched, unfortunate 

ìËÈ¢

6511

enters, shall roast 

ôÐ

pasturage

6507

stubble, dry grass

6508

¦ 

¨ Ë¢ä’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

ˆ¨Šç ŒèÐ÷ 

ª¦Ð

fixed firm rooted 

ßÂ÷

6506

ɼ°Ê ¢øû

30th Part

Surah 88: Al-Ghashiyah 

 Ø Ð 

§¢ʤ
1/2 

ŽÂ´Šè’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

öß 

 Ä³

æÐû

`

The Dawn
Surah 89: Al-Fajr

`

The Overwhelming Event 

ª¸ 
Ø Ç

6526

even (number such as 2,4,6,8) 

ޒèË

Surahs 90-91: Al-Balad, Ash-Shams
6527

odd (numbers such as 1,3,5,9)

6528

those who

243

«ÈÂ

name of a nation

6530

having pillars,

6542

´ ·ÌÄʯ

¾¦Šï

someone put in
toiling struggle

¦¾¦Œó

6543

abundant

ȿȰʤ

6544

dl. two lips

ú¬ŠèË

®¢ø à’ó¦Ê©¦È¯

6545

dl. two highways

ú¾´û

understand / have sense
6529

Part: 30

possessing lofty columns 

ö¸¬’릢Šó

did not attempt / hasten

they hewed / cut out

¦¥¢³

6546

6531

ascent, steep up-hill road

poured down, inflicted

¤Ï

6547

6532

freeing

scourge, disaster

ƶÇ

6548

6533
6534

you don't urge,

6549

of hunger, hungry

6550

of kin, of relationship

¨¥’ì÷¦È¯

6551

of dust, (lying low)

¨¥Â¬÷¦È¯

ÈÀ Ӗ¸«¢Šó

one another you don't
encourage one another

ª¦Â«

6535

inheritance, heritage

6536

devour greedily

¢ øMó†
’ïÈ¢

6537

love exceedingly,

¢ ø³¢ ¦·

ˆ¨¦Šìß
îŠç

¨¦äÈ÷ÌÄʯ

in dust
6552

¨¾Ï 
š÷

closing around,
vaulted over

boundless love
6538 

ŽÆø Ìó¦ɨȰÇ

ȠĖŽ³

pv. would be brought,

^

is brought

The Sun

ȼ¢Š¯ÈÂ

6539

to bind

6540

satisfied, at peace 

¾Šô¦’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

Surah 91: Ash-Shams

¨ ü  ø’Ø÷
`

The City

6553

followed her

¢ÿ¢Šô«

6554

showed up light 

ô³

6555

spread, expanse 

¸Š×

6556

corrupted, buried 

ÇÈ®

6557

drink

\’ìÇ

Surah 90: Al-Balad
6541

inhabitant, not prohibited,
free to do

òK ·

`

Surahs 92-95: Al-Layl, ..

244

6558

destroyed, doomed, crushed

È¿¾÷È®

6559

sequel, consequence

R’ìß 

ŽòMôó¦ɨȰÇ

^

`

Part: 30
6571

oppress / coerce
6572

ni. do not chide / repulse 

 ü«¢Šó

6573

im. proclaim, speak

̪¾·

The Night 

̬ Ìó¦ɨȰÇ

`

^

Surah 92: Al-Layl
6560 

 ’ì«¢Šó

ni. do not be harsh /

The Expansion 

¬Ë

diverse, dispersed

à ÂÈß

Surah 94: As-Sharh

¦

6561
6562

hardship, adversity

Ãˮ«

perished, fell headlong,
went down [to grave]

6563
6564
6565 

ÜŠô«

blazing fiercely
most wretched, unfortunate
most pious, God-conscious 

¸ Ôó¦ɨȰÇ

^ 

ìËÈ¢ 
ì«È¢

6574

We removed / took off

6575

galled, weighed 

úߢüàÓÈ 
ҊìûÈ¢

down heavily
6576

your back

ȽÂ ŠÛ

6577

im. labor hard, 

¤Ðûʦ

toil [for worship]
6578 

¤Šã̰ʦ

im. turn with love

` 

Žú¬ó¦ɨȰÇ

The Glorious
Morning Light

^

`

The Fig

Surah 93: Adh-Dhuha

Surah 95: At-Teen

ú «

6566

brightness of morning 

¸Ó

6579

fig

6567

grew still and dark 

´Ç

6580

stature, conformation, mold

öŽ’ì«

6568

have not forsaken

ȸM®È¢÷

6581

lower

òŠèÇÈ¢

6569

not displeased 

ôŠë¢÷

6582

pl. those who are low

6570

destitute, in need

†
Ÿ¢ß

ú ô ç¢Ç

Surahs 96-100: Al-'Alaq, ..

245 

ŽêŠôà’ó¦ɨȰÇ

Part: 30
depart

`

^

6592

straight, right, correct

ˆ¨øŠë

6593

worst of the creatures

¨ ŽÂ¦’ó¦ ÂË

6594

best of the creatures

¨ ŽÂ¦’ó¦Â»

The Leech-like Clot
Surah 96: Al-'Alaq 

êŠôß

6583

clot [of blood]

6584

the most bountiful

¿’’ó¦

^

6585

return 

à³É°

The Convulsion

6586

we will drag along

¢àŠèÈû

6587

forelock, forehead

¨ Ï¢û

6595

quake, shaking, convulsion

¾¦Ēóʱ

6588

council, assembly

ÈÄÊ®¢û

6596

what has happened to her?

¢ Šó¢÷

6589

angels of punishment,

¨Žû¢¥È±

6597

speaks out, recounts, 

ʾ¦ĒóŽÄ’ó¦ɨȰÇ

Surah 99: Al-Zilzaal 

Ê°¾Šì’ó¦ɨȰÇ

`

6598

issue forth, proceed

É°¾Ð

6599

scattered groups,

¢«¢¬ËÈ¢

cut off from one another

The Night of
Power (honour) 

Ê©¢Ê®¢à’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

Surah 97: Al-Qadr
6590

night of power / destiny

3/4

30th Part

öß 

¨ü¦’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

Surah 100: Al-'Adiyat

Ê°¾Šì’󦌨ôŠ  Šó

 Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ 

¨¯

6600

pl. running

6601

vn. panting, snorting

6602

those who strike sparks

¯

`

Surah 98: Al-Bayyinah
those who abandon /

`

Those That Run

úOðŠèü÷

©¢Ê®¢ß
¢¸¦Ó
©¢Ê°÷

[with their iron -shoes]

The Clear Evidence
6591

ɪ¾¸«

relates

forces of heavenly chastisement

^

`

6603

tramp of a horse-foot

6604

those raiding

¢·¾Šë
©¦Âä ÷

Surah 101: Al-Qari'ah

246

6605

pl. fg. raised

6606

clouds of dust

6607

pl. fg. stormed into

6608

ungrateful, ingrate

6609

pv. is raised and brought out

6610

pv. is brought [to light]

ÈÀŠ¯È¢

6612

moths

¢à’ìû

6613

pp. be scattered 

ú’ØÇÈÂ

6613a

will be

ÉÀŒð«

®üïŠ

6613b

mountains

ɾ¢¦Ž³

 ° à¥

6613c

wool

Žú ß

6614

pp. carded [wool]

6614a

but

¢ ÷È¢

6614b

whose 

ú÷

6614c

heavy 

ªôŠ Œì¯Š

6614d

scales 

úʱ¦÷

6614e

pleasant life

6614f

light

6615

his abode (mother:

6615a

abyss

ˆ¨Ê¢ÿ

6615b

what she is

’¨ ÿ¢÷

6616

raging / blazing fire

òŠ з

FROM THIS SURAH ONWARDS,
MEANINGS OF ALMOST ALL THE
WORDS OF EACH SURAH, WHICH
ARE RECITED DAILY, ARE
PROVIDED. THE TRANSLATION OF
THE SURAHS IS ALSO GIVEN SO
THAT YOU DON'T HAVE TO LOOK
FOR ONE WHILE MEMORIZING THE
MEANINGS OF THESE SURAHS. 

¨ßÊ°¢Šì’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

`

The Day of Clamour
Surah 101: Al-Qari'ah
6611
6611a

ap. fg. the sudden calamity

¨ßÊ°¢Šì’ó¦
¢÷

what

Ƚ°̮Ȣ–÷
¦

6611b

what will
explain to you

6611c

day

6611d

will be

6611e

mankind, men

6611f

like

Part: 30

È¿
ÉÀŒð
ʲ¢û
Ƚ

³¦Šç
ªŒ°¦÷

³Œèü÷

¨ Ó¦M°
¨Ì ß 
ªMè»
K¿É¢)



þ ÷É¢

¨ ÷¢·Æ°¢û

The (day of) clamor: What is the (day of)
clamor? And what will explain to you what
the (day of) clamor is? (It is) a day where
on men will be like moths scattered about,
And the mountains will be like carded wool.
Then, he whose balance (of good deeds) will
be (found) heavy, Will be in a life of good
pleasure and satisfaction. But he whose
balance (of good deeds) will be (found) light,
- Will have his home in a (bottomless) pit.
And what will explain to you what this is? (It
is) a fire blazing fiercely!

Surahs 102-103: At-Takathur, Al-Asr 

ŽÂŒ¯¢Šð ¬ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

247

`

The Piling Up
Surah 102: At-Takathur 

’óÈ¢

6617

diverted, distracted

6618

(greed for) more and more

6618a

until 

¬·

6619

you visited / reached 

ö«Ì°É±

6620

graves

6620a

nay

6620b

soon

6620c

you will know then

Œ¯¢Šð«

Ž¥¢Šì÷
¢MôŠï
È»Ç
ÈÀøôŠ à«

6620d

but (again)

öŒ¯

6620e

if, would that 

Šó

6620f

knowledge

6620g

you will behold (see)

6620h

hell

6620i

vision 

ö’ô ß
ÈÀÌ« 
ö ¸³ 
ú ß
úŒô ŠÈ«

Part: 30
more serious things), Until you visit the
graves. But nay, you soon shall know (the
reality). Again, you soon shall know! Nay,
were you to know with certainty of mind,
(You would beware!). You shall certainly
see Hell-fire! Again, you shall see it with
certainty of sight! Then, shall you be
questioned that day about the joy! (you
indulged in!) 

ŽÂÐà’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

Time Through the Ages
Surah 103: Al-Asr
6621

ÈÂ

by (particle used
for swearing, for e.g., by God)

6622

[flight of] time,

ÂÐß

declining day
6622a

man

6622b

in

6622c

a state of loss

6622d

except, save

6622e

(those) who believe

6622f

do

6622g

good (works)

6623

they exhort / enjoin upon

ÈÀ¢Èûʤ 
èŠó
‰ È»
¢Móʤ
¦ü÷ ¦
¦

6620j

you will be asked

6620k

that day

À  ÷ 

6623a

truth

6620l

pleasure

Žö àû

6623b

endurance, patience

The mutual rivalry for piling up (the good
things of this world) diverts you (from the

`

¦Œôø ß
Ê©¢¸ ó¢Ï 
Ϧ«

one another 

ê·
ŽÂ¦Ï

By the time, Verily Man is in loss, Except those
who have faith, and do righteous deeds, and
(join together) in the mutual enjoining of truth,
and of patience and constancy.

Surahs 104-105: Al-Humazah, Al-Feel 

ʨÄø ’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

248

Part: 30
6630

fg. rises over, leaps up over 

Þô MØ«

6631

hearts

¨¾  ’çÈ¢

`

The Scandal-Monger

Æ®¦šŒç)

(sr.:

Surah 104: Al-Humazah

ƨ¾ Ï 
š÷

OòŒï

6631a

closed

¨Äø ÿ

6631b

columns

6632

pp. outstretched, endless

6623a

every, all

6624

scandal-monger, slanderer

6625

backbiter, fault-finder, traducer

6625a

gathered 

Þø³

6625b

counted

È® ¾ß

6625c

thinks

6625d

that

6626

made him live forever

6626a

nay

6626b

verily, surely

6627

pv. be thrown, flung

MÀŠÀ¦ü

6632a

you have seen

6628

crushing (torment),

¨øŠØ·

6632b

how

ð̮Ȣ

6632c

dealt with

Ƚ°̮Ȣ–÷

6632d

owners,

¨Äø Œó 

¤È 
¸
MÀÈ¢

¾øß
¨È® ¾ø÷

Woe to every (kind of) sandal-monger and
backbiter, Who piles up wealth and lays it by,
Thinking that his wealth would make him last
forever! By no means! He will be sure to be
thrown into that which breaks to pieces. And
what will explain to you that which breaks to
pieces? (It is) the Fire of Allah kindled (to a
blaze), That which does mount (right) to the
hearts. It shall be made into a vault over them,
In columns outstretched. 

¾Šô»È¢ 

Žò è’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

`

¢MôŠï

The Elephant

Ⱦ

Surah 105: Al-Feel
Ä ¦ ° 

æ Šï

which breaks (others) to pieces
6628a

convey

6628b

Ah, what will

¦

¦

¾ ¸ »

§ ¬ ´

what

6629

pp. kindled

6629a

which

¢÷
¨¾Šë ÷ 
¬Mó¦

ŠòàŠç

ʧ¢¸ÏÈ¢

companions

convey unto you
6628c 

«

6633

companions of the

Žò è’ó¦ɧ¢¸ÏÈ¢

elephants
6634

the elephant

6634b

brought (made)

Œò è’ó¦
¾ ¸ «

’òà´

Surahs 106-107: Quraish, Al-Ma'oon
6634c

stratagem

6635

to let go astray,

249 

¾ Šï
¾ ¾ µ

Part: 30
6639a

Quraish (name of a tribe)

‰Ê Œë

6640

journey 

ˆ¨Šô·Ê°

ŠòÇÌ°È¢

6641

winter

¦ÂŠ×

6642

summer

6642a

so they must 

ò ôÔ«

brought to naught

¾ ¬ °

Æ ¢¬ Ë

6635a

sent

6635b

birds, flying creatures

6636

swarms / flocks (of birds)

òŽ¥¢¥È¢

6636a

pelted 

÷«

6642b

this

¦ŠÀÿ

6636b

stones

ǨȰ¢´ ·

6642c

house (Kaabah)

ª ¥

6636c

baked clay

‰ò ´ Ç

6642d

fed them

6636d

made

Šòà³

6642e

fed them

6636e

like

6637
6638

¾ ² °

Ä ¿ °

¾ ¸ «

Ƚ

(field of) stalks and straws
pp. eaten up,

¾ ½ ¦ 

æÐß 
ƾŒï’˜÷

devoured
Have you not seen how your Lord dealt with
the companions of the elephant? Did He not
make their treacherous plan go astray? And
(He) sent against them flight of birds, Striking
them with stones of baked clay. Then did (He)
make them like an empty field of stalks and
straw (of which the corn has been eaten up). 

æ Ï
® § ¸

worship 

‰Ê ŒëɨȰÇ

ö øà’×È¢

¿ ¸ ¶

Ǹ³ú ÷ö øà’×È¢

against hunger
6642f

made them safe

6642g

made them 

ö ü÷ ¦
¦

À ¿ ¦

Ç»»ú ÷ö ü÷ ¦
¦

safe from fear
For the familiarity of the Quraish, Their
familiarity with the journeys by winter and
summer, - Let them worship the Lord of this
House, who provides them with food against
hunger, And with security against fear (of
danger). 

ÊÀߢø’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^
^

¦Ì¾¦à’ôŠç

`

Neighborly Needs

`

The Quraish (Custodians
of Ka'bah)

Surah 107: Al-Ma'oon
6642h

have (you)? did (you)?

6642i

you observed

6642j

belies

È¢

Surah 106: Quraish
6639

familiarity, taming
protection, 

Æ»¢Šôʤ

Ä ¦ °

§ ¯ ½ 

ªȢȰ

ɧOÀŠð

Surahs 108-109: Al-Kauthar, Al-Kfrun

250

Part: 30

6642k

requital

Žú¾ó¢Ž¥

The Abdundance

6642l

that is he 

î ó¦È¯

Surah 108: Al-Kauthar

6643

repels, thrusts,

¸ ¸ ®

N¸¾

pushes away
6643a
6643b
6643c
6643d
6643e
6643f 

ö ¬

orphan (n)
urges, encourages

µ µ ¬

feeding

Ò¸

¿ ¸ ¶

Ê¿¢àŠ×

Žú ðÈ ÷

needy

ˆòÈÂ

woe 

ú OôÐ÷

the praying ones 

öÿ

6643g

those

6643h

their prayer

6644

pl. neglectful, careless

6644a

pretend

6644b

stop others 

öŽ «ôÏ
ÈÀÿ¢Ç 
ÈÀÌÂÉ ¡Â

Ħ°

¸ À ¿

6645

ÈÀߢ÷

small things of daily use

small kindness, neighborly needs
Have you seen him who denies the judgment
(to come)? Then such is the one who repulses
the orphan, And encourages not the feeding of
the indigent. So woe to those performers of
Salah who are neglectful of their prayers,
Those who (want but) to be seen, But refuse
(to supply) (even) neighborly needs. 

ŽÂŠ¯ Šð’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

verily we

6645b

we have given

¢ü ŠØßÈ¢

6646

the abundance 

Š¯ Šð’ó¦

6646a

therefore

6646b

im. pray

6646c

unto your Lord

6647

im. sacrifice

6648

[your enemy] who hated /

`

È»
OòÏ 
î¥Â ó
° ¬ À 

¸û¦ 

Žû¢Ë

insulted / traduced you
6649

cut off, one without posterity 

¬¥È¢

To you have we granted abundance.
Therefore to your Lord turn in prayer and
sacrifice. For he who hates you, he will be cut
off (from every good thing in this world and
Hereafter) 

ÈÀàüø

from doing

¢ ûʤ

6645a 

ÈÀÌ 碊ð’ó¦ɨȰÇ

^

`

Those Who Reject Faith
Surah 109: Al-Kaafiroon
6649a

Oh! Disbelievers

6649b

I worship

6650

I do not worship

ÈÀÌÂÂç ¢Šð’ó¦¢ È¢–
® § ¸ 

¾¦ßÈ¢ 

¾¦ßÈ¢¢Šó

Surahs 110-111: An-Nasr, Lahab
6650a

that (which)

6651

pl. what you

251

¢÷
® § ¸

you

6651b

shall worship

entering

6655

in troops 

ö¬ûÈ¢

6655a

then

ÈÀ̾¥Ž¢ß

6655b

hymn the praise 

¾¦ßÈ¢¢÷

6655c

praise of

¢ûÈ¢

6655d

your lord

6656

im. seek forgiveness ° » ¹

6656a

verily 

ÈÀ̾¦à«¢÷

6652

that which I worship

6652a

I

6653

that which you have

® § ¸

ÈÀŒô»¾

6654h

worship
6651a

Part: 30 

ö «¾¦ß¢÷

worshipped

¾ ­ ®

¢³¦’çÈ¢
È» 
¶¦Ç

¬ § ²

® ¿ ¬

¾ø¸Ž¥ 
î¥È° 
 èä¬Çʦ
þ ûʤ



6654

ap. worshipper 

¾Ž¥¢ß

6656b

is

ÈÀ¢Šï

6654a

unto you 

öŒðŠó

6656c

ever ready to

¢¥¦ «

6654b

your religion

6654c

unto me 

öŒðüÊ® 
ó

Say: O you who reject faith! I worship not that
which you worship, Nor will you worship that
which I worship, And I will not worship that
which you have been wont to worship, Nor will
you worship that which I worship. To you be
your way, and to me mine. 

ŽÂÐ üó¦ɨȰÇ

^

show mercy, oft-returning
When comes help of Allah, and victory, And
crowds, Celebrate the praises of your Lord,
and pray for His forgiveness. For He is oftreturning (in forgiveness). 

¤ ŠóɨȰÇ
The Flame

Surah 111: Al-Lahab

`

The Help

6657

fg. perished, doomed

È –³

6657a

both hands 

ÂÐû

6657b

Abu Lahab (name)

6658

perished, doomed

6658a

not

Surah 110: An-Nasr
6654d

came

6654e

help

° ´ À

6654f

triumph

¬ © »

6654g

you have seen

Ä ¦ °

`

^ 

¶¬çŠ 

ªȢȰ

§ § © 

ª ¦«
¦¾

‰¤ ŠóŽ¥È¢
§ § © 

¤«
¢÷

Surah 112: Al-Ikhlaas
6659

availed not,

252

Part: 30 

X’ãÈ¢¢÷ 

Ê´¢Šô»Žœ’ó¦ɨȰÇ

Ä À ¹

^

did not profit
6659a

from

6659b

him

6659c

his wealth

6659d

that which

6659e

earned

6659f

soon

6659g

he will be plunged

6659h

fire

6660

of blazing flame

6660a

woman, wife

6661

fg. carrier

6662

wood, (fire wood)

6663
6663a

The Purity (of Faith) 

úß

Surah 112: Al-Ikhlaas

ÉÁ
þŠó¢÷



¢÷
§ ² ½ 

¤Ȋï 

¾·È¢

6665

the one

6665a

begets not

6665b pv. (he) 

¾ ôöŠó

is not begotten

Ȳ

6665c

comparable, co-equal, like 

ôÐ

6665d

he

¦Å°¢û

6665e

the one

6666

the Eternal, the Absolute, 

ˆ¨Šó¢ ø·

6666a

not 

¤ŠØ·

6667

begets not 

¾ Ž³

6668

was not begotten

neck

¢ÿ

6668a

there is none

her

unto him
comparable

6663b

rope, halter

ˆò¦·

6668b

palm-fiber 

¾È÷

6669

6664

Perish the hands of the father of flame! Perish
he! No profit to him from all his wealth, and all
his gains! Burnt soon will he be in a fire of
blazing flame! His wife shall carry the
(crackling) wood - as fuel! A twisted rope of
palm-leaf fiber round her (own) neck!

¦ŒèŒï 
¾·È¢ 
¾ø Ðó¦

Besought of all, One who needs
none but all need Him

ɨ¢ÈÂ÷ʦ
¾ ¿ ¬ 

¾Šó öŠó 
ÿ

Ä ¾ ´

‰¤ ŠóÈ©¦È¯

` 

öŠó 
¾ ôöŠó
® ¾ Â

À ¦ ½ 

¾Šó öŠó 
úŒðöŠó
þŠó



¦ŒèŒï

Say: He is Allah, the One; Allah, the eternal,
absolute; He begets not, nor is He begotten;
And there is none like unto Him.

Surahs 113-114: Al-Falaq, An-Naas 

ŽêŠôŠè’ó¦ɨȰÇ

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Part: 30 

ʲ¢ üó¦ɨȰÇ

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^

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^

The Dawn

The Mankind

Surah 113: Al-Falaq

Surah 114: An-Naas

6670

I seek refuge

6670a

to take refuge,

¯ Â ¸

ɯßÈ¢

6675c

say 

Ưß

6675d

mankind

to seek protection

¾ Â ¼

՘Α

ʲ¢û 
î ô÷

God

daybreak, rising dawn 

êŠôŠç

6676a

ÊÁ¢Šóʤ

6671

from

evil 

ÂË

6676b

6671a 

ú ÷

evil

which

¢÷

6676c

6671b 

ÂË

whishperer

he created 

êŠô»

6676d

6671c

6677

the one who

6672

darkness

6672a

when

6673

overspread, came

6674

fg. pl. blowers

(sr.:

¼ ¾ ­

‰ê Ç¢Šã

¼ ² ¹

¦È¯Ê¤ 
¤ŠëÈÂ

§ ¼ Â

ª » À

Ê©¢Š¯¢Mèû

¨Š¯¢Mèû)

6675

knots

6675a

envier

® ² ¬

6675b

envies

® ² ¬

® ¼ ¸

¾ ìŠ ß

¾ Ç¢· 
¾È·

Say: I seek refuge with the Lord of the Dawn,
From the mischief of created things; From the
mischief of darkness as it overspreads; From
the mischief of those who blow the knots; And
from the mischief of the envious one as he
practices envy.

(pl.:

ƽŒô÷)

King

Lord, Sustainer

O§È°

6676

6670b

² Â ² Â

ʲ¦ÇÈÂ
²¢ ü¼’ó¦

sneaks / withdraws

ÌÄ ÀMó¦

6677a

who

6678

whispers

6678a

in

6678b

breasts, (hearts)

6678c

Jinn

² Â ² Â

ɲÇ  
ç
ʰ̾Ï

À À «

¨ ü³

Say: I seek refuge with the Lord and cherisher
of mankind, The king of mankind, The God of
mankind, From the evil of the whisperer, who
withdraws (after his whisper), who whispers in
the breasts (hearts) of mankind, of jinns and
men. 

Lughatul-Qur'aan

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Where Do I Go From Here?

!
Where Do I Go From Here?
Well! You can start studying the second
main source of Islam, i.e., Hadith. There
are plenty of Hadith collections available
which contain the Arabic text alongside the
English translation. You can start with any
of them. By now, insha-Allah, you must
have developed the capability to identify the
meanings of new words in the translation.
*****

A徺ò¥è äÍÁèdä jè îKh
â ò»±ñÉâ
And say: "O My Lord!
Increase me in
knowledge."

Lughatul-Qur'aan

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