Horizons of grammatical semantics in the first part of the Holy Quran


  • Fereydun Inanlomranlu Department of Arabic Language and Literature - Arak University - Iran
  • Abolfadhl Sajjadi Associate Professor, Department of Arabic Language and Literature - Arak University - Iran
  • Ibrahim Anari Associate Professor, Department of Arabic Language and Literature, University of Arak, Iran
  • Qassem Mokhtari Associate Professor, Department of Arabic Language and Literature - Arak University - Iran




The Holy Quran, Transcend the grammatical semantics, Verbal participation, pronouns, meaning letters


It is not possible to know the aesthetics of a literary piece without addressing the issues that determine its characteristics such as syntax, rhetoric and vocabulary. The great Qur'an, which includes the most beautiful expressions and literary compositions, includes a wide breadth of meaning. The grammatical semantics of the noble verses includes a comprehensive breadth of issues that want to open a new white page for those interested in Quranic research and introduce to researchers another aspect of the aesthetics of the Noble Qur’an. This is the method used by commentators in interpreting the words of revelation. In this study, which relied on the descriptive-analytical approach, we dealt with the study of various topics such as semantics and their divisions, and the indications of the breadth of grammatical connotations in the Qur’anic meanings through careful and follow-up in some verses of the Qur’an. The study reached a number of results, the most important of which are: that the interpreters meant meanings more than words, and that the meaning of names was more extensive in interpretation than the meaning of verbs and the letters of meanings, because the Qur’anic literature has different faces, and that the end of the Qur’anic verses are more broad in terms of concepts than the beginning.


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Inanlomranlu, Fereydun, et al. “Horizons of Grammatical Semantics in the First Part of the Holy Quran”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 44, Oct. 2021, pp. 223-40, doi:10.36317/kaj/2020/v1.i44.1496.

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