Semantic Employment of Arabic Dialects in the Holy Qur'an
|Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature|
|Article 6, Volume 15, Issue 1, March 2023, Pages 60-78 PDF (2.54 M)|
|Document Type: Research Paper|
|Dr. Mahmoud Suleiman Alawi Al-Subaihi Suleiman Al-Subaihi*|
|Fallujah University College of Islamic Sciences, Department of Arabic, Anbar, Fallujah|
|This study dealt with some Quranic vocabularies that have a well-known general and a distinct meaning that belongs to some of the eloquent Arabic dialects expressed in the linguistic heritage of the languages. On the lexical side, the study aims to proven, according to the sources of language and interpretation, that the Holy Qur’an used vocabularies from most of the Arab tribes, if not all of them, and it was not limited to a specific tribe, which is Quraysh, as is common among many scholars. It was possible to say through the research that all Arabs are present in their different languages. The Holy Qur’an, in these sources and references found in many texts that include a clear indication that a specific Qur’anic usage is in the dialect of the specific Arab tribe. It has a specific meaning that approaches or moves away from the general meaning, but does not contradict it. Among the dialectical uses of some Arab tribes through the Qur’anic texts in which these terms were mentioned, we found that these terms have a general and common meaning. A special meaning for those tribes, and that the specific meaning may be more appropriate in context than the general meaning, although we do not deny all of this the general or well-known meaning, and all this is through chronic to the sources of language, strange and interpretation. The study aims to achieve ethe following objectives:|
1- The Quranic structures in terms of usage refer to Arabic dialects in which the word of Almighty was revealed.
2- A statement of the linguistic proportionality between the eternal miracle (Holy Qur’an) and the speech of the Arabs represented by the standard of Arabic dialects.
3- The lexical effect has its constants in explaining the intent of the dialects according to the approved transmission.
4- Extracting Arabic dialects from the books of interpretation, language, and others.
5- The status of dialects, especially Quraysh and others, has its origins and its connection to the phenomena and clarifications deposited in the Holy Qur’an.
6- Introductory words: (employment, statement, dialect, Arabic, Quran).
|Usage; Explain; Dialect; Arabic; Holly Quaran|
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