Qur’anic vocabulary with sound and meaning: a semantic lesson when it differs from it in one of the first and second origins

Abstract

There is a phenomenon in Arabic that is defined in many terms, its origins are conflicting and differ in one of them, the meaning of which is not the same, but it is close. Ibn Jinni (dj e) noticed this phenomenon and showed that this type of vocabulary converges its letters to converge its meanings, and it is a broad chapter, beating, has many examples of which were agreed in two origins and differed in the third towards (az and wag) or agreed on the origin and differed in two origins Toward (gilf and offense) or differed in its origins which converged phonetically towards (neglect and distraction) and indicated that this phenomenon is present in most of the speech and the brush of the language, and yet those who provoke it and search for its contents remained.We began to follow this phenomenon in the Holy Qur’an, so we stand on terms in which meanings converge and the origins converge for that, and the sound is one in two of them and differs in the third. The second is more than it, while the different roots in the third origin were the most, and we have led this difference in their numbers to study the third section in an independent research, so we have this research in consideration of the necessities of publication.