(Sound connotation of Surat Al-Fajr)


  • Fatima Abdul-Hussein Sihoud University of Kufa / College of Education for Girls.


Surat, Al-Fajr, Sound, connotation


This research seeks to clarify a type of signification, which is the phonetic signification in a specific surah of the Holy Qur’an, which is Surat Al-Fajr, the definition of sound by the narrators, and the opposing qualities of the letters, including loudness and whispering, intensity and softness, opacity and openness, eloquence and silences, amplification and thinning, and others. And the application of these qualities to the surah, also to the matching of the qualities of the letters to their meanings, the phonemes above the compositional, and it included: the comma linguistically and idiomatically, the types of commas in terms of the letter rawi, and in terms of weight and its application to some of its verses, and the forms of realizing the commas, and it was for deletion, introduction and delay A share of them, and the division of commas taking into account the amounts of evidence, and then highlighted the findings. The letters have nineteen qualities, and these qualities in turn are divided into two types: opposing qualities, non-opposing qualities, and we dealt in the research with antagonistic qualities, and we found that all the voices of the whispered are present in Surat Al-Fajr, and all the vowels are present except for (Al-Zaa). With regard to the thalaqa and the asamat, the letters of the thalaqa are more frequent in Surat al-Fajr than the letters of the asamat. And the letter R, the letter D, the cliff of the Qaf. The research section commas according to the letter al-Rawi, and it was found that similar commas with their images in Surat al-Fajr prevailed over other commas, and that the most common symmetry is the omission of the last letter, which is the ya’, and it was omitted in the noun and verb in two places of the surah, verses 4 and 9, “and the night when it becomes easy” al-Fajr : 4, as for the name, the word Al-Wad, in the Almighty’s saying: “And the Thamud who hewed the rock in the valley” Al-Fajr: 9, and the aim was to achieve the commas. The commas have a role in understanding the meaning, as well as their role in the rhythm generated from the syllables. The research found that the commas were mentioned in which the weight was taken care of, as they were distributed between parallelism and balancing. Submission, delay, and deletion were a form of achieving the commas, and it was reported that the subject was delayed in Two places in the surah, in verses 25 and 26, including the deletion of the ya’ from the verb and the noun. The difference in the clues in length and shortness, and the equal number of its words has a great impact on dividing the commas, as it was mentioned equal in the surah in the two verses: 2, 3, and different in all the other verses, taking into account the type of difference.