The significance of the non-explicit praises


  • salih kathem ajeel Al- Joobory University of Babylon/ College of Arts
  • Safa Abduljabbar Hasan Al-Qasim Green University/College of Science


Positions, non-explicit praise significance


In the Arabic language, there are expressive methods in which the speaker expresses his own emotional feelings, including the method of praise, and the grammarians agree that this method is based on three pillars (the act of praise, its subject and its specific), so they built their rules on these pillars. They called it (standard praise).

       But the matter is not limited to this method and its pillars in the statement of praise among the Arabs, as there are eloquent linguistic structures that express praise in an explicit manner that is understood in the context in which it was placed. A special chapter, and this research deals with an aspect of non-explicit praise in the chapter on “Mansobs” and under the title ((Indication of praise for non-explicit praise)).

     Since its inception, Arabic grammar has focused on meaning in formulating grammatical rulings. “Grammar, according to our early scholars, was an integrated system of symbols and signs that verbally and morally indicate the meaning that the Arab intends to express... and the words of the early grammarians were not the intended ones and their orbit.” Their research, as some researchers imagine, is rather tools for expressing the meanings they intend.)

       In their adherence to grammatical rules, the grammarians did not ignore the relationship that existed between what the Arabs spoke and what they intended of the causes, purposes, and purposes attributed to them. The speaker’s intention affects the control of the grammatical functions and their definition in the way they should be.

      Arabic grammar has largely combined appearance and connotation. Its study was not only based on controlling the last words that make up a sentence according to the laws of syntactic syntax, but rather it went beyond explaining the purposes of speakers in composing sentences and what the words in the sentence should be.

      The ancient grammarians provided worthy observations and sound indications about explicit praise - standard and non-standard - in their study of grammar. They built many grammatical concepts in standard and non-standard praise on the basis of the grammatical rule.