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Let's play an arabic game?
#11

correct karbala... hehehe I knew things would get a bit complicated with that one....


come on... hit me with one here...

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#12

Quote:Thats a hard one. IS the answer سمع - To hear/listen? I think im wrong.

Can I just ask what exacctly is the difference between استمع and سمع? Verbs are not my strength as you can see.


Heres my challenge:


عقيدة


Its a deep one I believe.

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#13

Well, some of the native speakers could correct me here but:


سمع


It means to hear


استمع


Means to Listen...


Not sure how to differentiate it more... but can someone who speaks arabic natively step in here

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#14

Bismillah


Al-Salam alaykom :)


What you wrote is correct brother naseeha


need anything else :)


Salam

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#15

Bismillah


Can I participate????


Alright, karbala's one is really deep and difficult.


عقيدة


من عقد


to tie a knot, that is why the word Aqeedah is derived from this verb. For us, belief should be like tying a strong knot.


Well, it is too late for me to think of something now it is almost 2 am.


:sleep2:

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#16

wow...


ok.. hear's what I think we need....


We need someone knowledgeable to really expound on the meaning of the word 'aqiidah'


from the root verb...


maybe this thread can open the doors to such other threads like...


what's the root word of تقوي

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#17

Bismillah


:conf11: did I put myself into trouble, no I m not claiming to be knowledeable, but Insh aAllah give my sometime I will try my best to do this naseeha. and Taqwa too. I love this word actually and the deep meaning of it.

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#18
I am just intrigued that these words have root words that can help us understand it better and make it easier for us...
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#19

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Quote:wow...

ok.. hear's what I think we need....




We need someone knowledgeable to really expound on the meaning of the word 'aqiidah'




from the root verb...




maybe this thread can open the doors to such other threads like...




what's the root word of تقوي






Bismillah



Assalamu alykom




the root of the word تقوى is وقى




وقى means protected




تقوى

means protection ourselves from going wrong by



Obedience,fearing and love of ِِAllah



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#20

very interesting akh...


thanks for sharing...


what other words are derived from that root?

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