Thorough familiarity with the Koran is essential to the study of Arabic thought and literature. All readers attest to its purity of style and elegance of diction, and its authority among believers is so great that most works by Muslim writers abound in quotations from the Koran or allusions to its precepts. This helpful guide lists each word under its verbal root, grouping words without roots alphabetically, and provides numerous explanations of the text.
Reprint of A Dictionary and Glossary of the Koran, with Copious Grammatical References and Explanations of the Text, H. S. King, London, 1873 edition.
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