Qur'anic Vocabulary: all word forms, translations & examples1.42MB. 0 audio & 0 images. Updated 2017-06-05.
Sample (from 15634 notes)
|translations||understandingthose of understandingfor those of understandingthe men of understanding|
|translations||with the right handby the right hand|
|translations||and indeed you|
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It would have been great, had you added card in the order they appear in Quran. So memorisation of Quran with meaning would become very easy and efficient.
I finally found a source that shows the words within the context of sentences, which make memorization a lot easier! How many times have you not been able to recall the meaning of a word but when you read it within the context of a sentence you recall its meaning?
With that said, a deluxe version would have an example from the Quran below the word. And it would be wonderful to have the root in Arabic. (Sometimes finding the roots in Hans-Wehr is painful.)
Overall, outstanding. Five humongous stars. Barakallahu feekum wa jazakallahu khayr...
Things I like about it
- Goes from most common to least common
- tells you how many times each word appears in the qur'an after you answer it. coolfactz.com
- with each word, has a list of alternative meanings from elsewhere in the qur'an. E.g did you know Ad Deen can mean "the religion" but also "the judgement"? "Sultan is "authority" but also "evidence", depending on where it's used? If I did know before, this helped to reinforce it. I might think I know a word, but I don't know ALL its meanings as they come up in the qur'an.
- I think it might be from the actual word to word translation that I use!! So somebody uploaded a deck of a book I reallllly wanted to go back over for years, and it's reliable source.
-loads of cards. Unlike a lot of these decks, I won't finish it in a day!
Things I don't like about it
- it's clearly computerised - one of the meanings of 'bayt' does NOT mean 'the women gathered at the houses'. Perhaps beginners should only focus on the shorter alternative meanings.