RIMAK International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 6 Area: Religious sciences

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Doaa Abdulkareem ABDULLAH & Allawi Sadir Cazea AL-DARRAJI
DAY AND NIGHT HOURS IN THE QUR'AN
 
The research dealt with the names of the times in the Quran with their semantic aspects, then we restricted these names, and these were placed alphabetically in the dictionary letters that indicate how many times they appeared in the Quran. Later it was divided into semantic groups and analyzed within these groups, this analysis focuses on the presentation of the lexical concept and semantic content for each. Then the names of these names appear in the verses of the Quran.The function of the times is to provide harmony by regulating the prayers. Allah reminds us of the great signs that He created, including the alternation of the night and day, so that people may rest at night, and go out and earn a living, do their work, and travel during the day, and so that they may know the number of days, weeks, months and years, so they will know the appointed times for paying debts, doing acts of worship, dealing with transactions and so on.

Keywords: Quran, Translation of The Quran, Part, Sura Index, Evening, Twiligh, Morning, Midmorning.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.6-3.42
 
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