Morphological structures in Qur’anic texts Contained in the commentary on the collection of Hamasa Abu Tammam by Al-Marzouqi (421 AH)


  • وسام حسين هادي جامعة كربلاء/ كلية العلوم الاسلامية
  • Prof. Dr. Abbas Ali Ismail



morphological level, explanation of Hamasa Abi Tammam, Quranic evidence, poetic evidence, Marzouki,


This study shows Sanea Al-Marzouqi in explaining the enthusiasm of Abi Tammam, as it is the best example of the strong link between literature and grammar.  Because the Qur’anic witness is the best evidence to prove the validity of this linguistic rule, and through the commentator, Al-Marzouqi shows the construction of profanities and the meanings of readings and inclinations, as well as the departure of the composition from the morphological analogy in accordance with the habit of the eloquent Arab poets in borrowing the buildings of the meanings and measuring the eloquence of all of this on the words of the Arabs.


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2024-04-08 — Updated on 2024-04-10


How to Cite

هادي وسام حسين, and Prof. Dr. Abbas Ali Ismail. “Morphological Structures in Qur’anic Texts Contained in the Commentary on the Collection of Hamasa Abu Tammam by Al-Marzouqi (421 AH)”. 2024. Faculty of Jurisprudence Journal , vol. 1, no. 46, Apr. 2024, pp. 295-1, doi:10.36324/fqhj.v1i46.15815.



Arabic language and its literature


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