Following and intermarrying in the book "The Legislation of the Language " by Youssef Bin Ismail Bin Ibrahim (d: After 812 AH) the chapters (Al Jeem , Al Ha’a, and Al khaa) Models
Keywords:Following and intermarrying– book "The Legislation of the Language–Youssef Bin Ismail
The research aims to View One of the Phenomena of Arabic language which is Follow –up and mating. We do not forget that one of the greatest Scientific gifts is that you are absorbed in one aspect of a Science, and if you are guided to another aspect of it, then you draw from what other Scholars have invented, and this is what I am in the process of exposure to it. While I am Searching in specific field , I find myself standing on a sub-topic for which effort and time deserve to be exerted , namely following and mating in Yousef Bin Ibrahim Ibn Ismail’s book (d: After 812 AH) a linguistic lexicon in which the author followed the approach of authenticity and its School of writing, So I explained the limit of following, and mating each separately, and the types of following and mating in the chapters (Al Jeem Al Haa and Al khaa) 3. Following and pairing are two of the original and common phenomena in our Arabic language in the past. This importance lies in the way linguists have dealt with it, and they have dedicated books to it and divided chapters for it in their works, including following and pairing: by Abu al-Tayyib al-Lughuqi, following and pairing: by Ahmad Ibn Faris, and following: by Abu Ali. Al-Qali and Al-Ittiba’ by Al-Suyuti Jalal al-Din, this is with regard to complete books. As for those who devoted chapters to them and devoted parts of their books to them, it is like the anteater in the chapter “Al-Ittiba’” from his book Al-Mukhtab from the Kalam of the Arabs, Ibn Duraid in his book Al-Jumhara, and Ibn Qutaybah Al-Dinawari in his book Adab Al-Katib. And the book Al-Sami fi Al-Asami by Abu Al-Fath Ahmad Al-Maidani, and many others. so I have succeeded in that way.