Multiple significance of the tool and its impact on Quranic expression A procedural study in the book of al-Amali by Ibn al-Shjari (d. 542 AH)


  • Mohamed Ahmed Zaki Al-Marzouk University of Babylon - College of Basic Education


plurality, significance, performance, Quranic expression, procedural study


Praise be to God. We praise Him, thank Him, seek His help, seek guidance, and seek His forgiveness, and may blessings and peace be upon our Master and our Master, the beloved Messenger Muhammad, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, and upon his good and good family, and those who followed them with goodness until the Day of Judgment. Therefore, the numerous studies came to include the Noble Qur’an and the Prophet’s hadith, and many books were written in language and grammar. Grammarians divided speech into a noun, verb, and letter, and identified all its characteristics and features. It is the third part of the word, and by it the beauty of language is known and by it is the understanding of methods. It has many connotations and meanings. In fact, it has in the different linguistic structures of cults and secrets that do not appear except with it, so scholars turned to study it, and some of them specialized independent books for that, such as the one made by Abu Al-Hasan Al-Ramani in (The Meanings of the Letters), Abu Al-Qasim Al-Zajji in (The Letters of Meanings), and Abu Al-Hassan Al-Harawi in “Azha fi Al-Alam Al-Hroof” and Hassan Bin Qasim Al-Muradi in “Al-Jana Al-Dani fi Al-Hroof Al-Ma’ani” Rather, some of them singled out a single letter in a separate book, such as Al-Zajazi in (Al-Lamat) and Ibn Khalawayh in (Al-Alif). It is known that the grammarians studied (the letters) in their works that research the rules of Arabic, and they referred to them within the topics of which the letter is a part, and participated in the study of letters in their books, linguists, rhetoricians, interpreters, scholars of origins, and commentators of literary and religious texts. The grammatical and literary books of Al-Amali were not immune from this trend, as their compilers addressed the study of letters and clarifying their meanings, types and related matters, despite the difference between them in terms of brevity and length. My choice was signed on the book Al-Amali by Ibn Al-Shjari; Because this book can be considered one of the books of Quranic studies, where Ibn Al-Shjari simplified in it many issues from the interpretation of the Noble Qur’an, its parsing, its omission and its problem. In addition to that Ibn al-Shjari is considered one of the most important who dealt with the study of the meanings of letters, their meanings, their work and evidence, and the entry of some of them in the place of others. Ma), and then held a chapter in the seventieth council to enter the lowering letters, some of them in place of each other, and Ibn Al-Shjari came with many evidences from the Holy Qur’an that are useful in the field of Qur’anic studies. I ended it with a conclusion in which I explained the most important thing I wanted from writing this research