Significance of cracking plurals in the Qur’anic text (language study)


  • Anwar Rahim Jabr Al-Hasnawi University of Babylon / College of Education for Human Sciences / Department of Arabic Language


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Morphology is one of the most important topics in preserving the Arabic language from corruption, decay and melody, and it has a direct and clear impact on all Arabic sciences. The search came about the important morphological topics that are frequently circulated, represented in the plurals of the few and the plurals of many, and the collective gender noun towards the word (nigger, nigger), and (and Jews, Jew). Which the research concluded with a fact revealed by the Holy Qur’an to the effect that the word denotes the name of the tribe, as it is said, he is from the tribe of the Jews, and so on. Morphology is one of the important linguistic morphological sciences that deals with morphological formulas, their movements, and their impact in the context of the Qur’anic text, in terms of the examples contained in the Qur’anic text and the statement of their morphological and semantic connotations at the same time. And since we had to understand the Qur’anic text and its various meanings, especially after the entry of non-Arabs among foreigners into the true Islamic religion and their mixing with Arabs in a great way, which necessitated the influence of the Arabs’ language among them, hence the importance of this science in relation to the language of the Holy Qur’an. The Holy Qur’an is the decisive factor in the nature of word pronunciation and its weight, and thus we notice how Arabic scholars deal with morphological words in the Qur’anic text or other Arabic books.