The probabilistic grammatical significance in the nominative sentence
Keywords:grammatical significance, probability, constructed nouns, declarative, interrogative, al-Baydawi's interpretation
The diacritical sign is of great importance, as it is one of the grammatical clues specific to the function of the word in the sentence, and this clue may be absent from the words that build the grammatical structure, which leads to multiplicity in the grammatical analysis, and also the absence of this sign leads to difficulty in understanding the intended meaning and thus Syntactic clues are resorted to to define functions, and there is no doubt that the absence of this sign increases the circle of possibility and the multiplicity of grammatical faces, and therefore it is natural that the opinions of scholars and commentators in this section multiply. Ibn Al-Nazim believes that one of the reasons for building the noun is its similarity to the letter in the mode, so if someone says: (hand) and (blood) on two letters, and we see it as an expression, then the answer is; Because it is originally composed of three letters, ... As for building the name due to its resemblance to the letter in meaning, then if the name includes a meaning from the meanings of the letters, it is necessary for the pronunciation, or the place is not opposed to what necessitates the syntax, then it is built, and its saying (because of the similarity of the letters is civil) i.e. For a close resemblance to letters.The research was divided into two sections: the first section in which I studied the probabilistic grammatical significance in the built noun and it has only two possibilities, and the second section studied the probabilistic grammatical significance in the built noun and it has three possibilities, and I followed the analytical descriptive approach to clarify the probabilistic grammatical significance.