Measurability: Development and Characteristics in Al Munsif Books Explained by Ibn Ginni

Abstract

The research examines the old morphological model as well as the shift in the morphological lesson in East and West. The concept of measurement in the early stages of its inception is an indicative concept. Early grammarians did not have a logic condition of measuring morphology. The purpose of measurement during the first and second centuries was to establish general provision. In the fourth century it was intended to create a new meaning that Arab have not heard about before.