A Grammar of the Classical Arabic Language; Translated and Compiled from the Works of the Most Approved Native or Naturalized Authorities Volume 1
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1883 edition. Excerpt: ... the reading (I A) the single term, but according to the majority of the BB enunc. belongs to the class of the prop., and according to some, among them IM, either one or the other, while Abu Bakr Ibn AsSarraj wrongly holds that the adv. or prep, and %en. is a distinct class: the suppressed word is anomalously expressed in A / A x Mx x X A X A tu AX x x (IA) Thine will be might if thine ally be mighty; and if he be mean, thou wilt be at the centre of meanness, while IJ declares that it may be expressed, because it is original (J): the adv. assumes a pron. transported to it from the XA A suppressed yyix-!, which pron. therefore is corrobo X rated in t/fsS Xa xSx ft x nf ft xax (drinking of) wine; and to-morrow will be (betiding of) business (Sh). 27. The enunciative prop., when not itself logically the inch. (IA), must contain (M, IA, ML) a mention relating to the inch. (M), i.e. a cop. (IA, ML) 3 i Sxx A connecting it with the inch. (IA), lujJj meaning by ArRammah Ibn Abrad, Now would that I knew whether there be a way to Umm Jahdar! for as for patience at separation from her, there is no patience (Jsh): but LXXIX. 40. 41. And as for him that hath feared the bar of his Lord, and refrained his soul from f x x lust, verily Paradise, it shall be his abode, orig. SU, but, ft x&xA-o according to the disallowers, in full J I the abode (for him): (10) the prop's being logically the inch, itself, fjj SI / I X AX / Uf as in &UI VI &JI J 1,3= 7% mid-day custom it' xx q/" 46w Bar;ay to say "There is no god but God," which (ex.), however, is irrelevant, because the enunc., being the expression, is a single term, not a prop. (DM), and in the enunc. of the pron. of the case 167, as...
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