لسان العرب کا تعارفی و تحقیقی مطالعہ

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Title لسان العرب کا تعارفی و تحقیقی مطالعہ
 
Creator uddin, Umair Rais
Ansar, Sumbul
 
Description The dictionaries have played a vital role in understating and preserving any language. Arabic is a Semitic language; it has a large, deep and rich history. The Arabs have always tried to keep the Arabic language safe, but all these efforts were verbal, they did not have a tradition of writing in pre Islamic era. After the Islam they focused on writing and began the writing activities such as: exegesis of Quranic verses, Hadith and explanation of some difficult words used in Quranic verses. In the 2nd century, the first initial stage of Arabic dictionary writing began with the efforts of Al-Khalil, who is considered as a founder of Arabic dictionary writing. After that, language scholars created a great work in promotion of Arabic dictionary. Of these scholars Ibn Manzoor who sacrificed his life for the preserving Arabic language through his writing and research. And his valuable and great benefit book (Lisan-al-Arab) which is considered one of the most important source on said subject. In this Paper, we have presented an introductory and detailed study of his said book, So that Urdu readers can benefit from this scholarly investment.
 
Publisher Tehqiq-o-Tafseer Welfare Association
 
Date 2020-03-11
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://al-tafseer.org/index.php/at/article/view/146
 
Source Al Tafseer - Biannual Journal; Vol 35 (2020): Al Tafseer
1816-5389
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://al-tafseer.org/index.php/at/article/view/146/134
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Al Tafseer - Biannual Journal
 

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