Towards Ibn Kharouf's (609 AH) grammar in the though of Abi Hayyan Al-Andalusi ( 745 AH) - an objection-


  • Duaa Nafeh Badri Kadhum University of Babylon / College of Arts Department of Arabic Language
  • Saleh Kazem Al-Jubouri University of Babylon / College of Arts Department of Arabic Language


Ibn Kharouf, Abu Hayyan, trace, objection, source


Ibn Kharouf is considered one of the most famous grammarians in Andalusia, especially in the seventh century AH. In Andalusia, this research included the views of Ibn Kharouf and the objections of Abu Hayyan to him, as well as presenting his views on the grammatical heritage, and clarifying the position of the grammarians on their views. In my research I dealt with this (Ibn Kharouf's Grammar in the thought of Abu Hayyan as an objection), dividing it into two sections.As for methodical in this research, he was descriptive-analytical approach. This research was not devoid of the researcher's opinion. In each issue, she presented her opinion by balancing the opinions of Ibn Kharouf and Abi Hayyan, and giving preference to one of the opinions they alsueubat alati wajahatni fi hadha albahth fahi sueubat haqiqiatun, waminha: - kathrat mualafat 'abi hyan wakathrat wurud asm abn kharuf fiha mimaa 'akhadh wqtan twylan fi jardiha wastiqsayiha.- wamin alsueubat aydan ann 'aba hyan fi baed mualafatih yastaemil rmwzan lil'aelam mithl (fa) yarmiz biha liabn kharuf, wa(s) lisibuihi, wa(fa) lilfarsi, wa(fi) lilsiyrafi, wa(s) liabn eusfurin, wa(ta) liabn altarawati, waghayriha min alrumuza, bihayth yajeal albahith fi hyrat min 'amrihi, wahi sueubat haqiqiatun. In conclusion, the researcher concluded in this research a set of results, the most important of which are:• That in this research there are interruptions to Abu Hayyan on what Ibn Kharouf went to in the issues that we discussed in this study, and his evidence in his objection is listening and analogy; Because they are the two strongest grammatical assets.• That Abu Hayyan has used a stylistic diversity in many terms, namely: (this is what he went to is false), or (contrary to hearing), or (corrupt), or (what he went to is wrong). And other results reached by the researcher.