Quranic Grammar App

Quranic Grammar

 

Quranic Grammar (إعراب القرآن الكريم)

The grammar section of the website provides a set of guidelines for annotators who wish to contribute to the project. In the Quranic Arabic Corpus, the traditional Arabic grammar of iʿrāb (إعراب) is used to visualize Quranic syntax through the use of dependency graphs. This description of Quranic grammar is useful for further computational analysis, as well as for linguists researching the language of the Quran, and for those with a general interest in the Arabic language. The syntactic treebank contains verses of the Quran annotated using dependency grammar.

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Nominals

Gender الجنس
Adjectives  صفۃ
The Possessives Construction اضافۃ
Apposition  بدل
Specification تمیز
Numbers  ارقام

Verbs

Verb forms
Subjects and objects
The verb kāna (كان)
Verb moods
Imperative verbs

Phrases and Clauses

Preposition phrases  جار مجرور
Conjunction عطف
Subordinate clauses صلۃ
Conditions  شرط

Adverbial Expressions

Circumstance  حال
Cognate accusatives  مفعول مطلق
Accusatives of purpose  مفعول لاجلہ
Comitative objects مفعول معہ

Particles

The particle alif (أ)
The particle inna ان و اخواتھا
The particle fa (ف)
Vocatives
Exceptives

 

 

Word by Word

Welcome to the Quranic Arabic Corpus, an annotated linguistic resource which shows the Arabic grammar, syntax and morphology for each word in the Holy Quran. Click on an Arabic word below to see details of the word’s grammar, or to suggest a correction.

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Quran Dictionary

The triliteral root sīn mīm wāw (س م و) occurs 381 times in the Quran, in six derived forms:

eight times as the form II verb sammā (سَمَّىٰ)
39 times as the noun is’m (ٱسْم)
310 times as the noun samā (سَمَآء)
twice as the noun samiyy (سَمِيّ)
once as the form II verbal noun tasmiyat (تَسْمِيَة)
21 times as the form II passive participle musamman (مُّسَمًّى)
The translations below are brief glosses intended as a guide to meaning. An Arabic word may have a range of meanings depending on context. Click on a word for more linguistic information, or to suggestion a correction.

Quran Dictionary
Verb Concordance
Lemma Frequency
Morphological Search

Quranic Syntax

Welcome to the Quranic Arabic Corpus, an annotated linguistic resource which shows the Arabic grammar, syntax and morphology for each word in the Holy Quran. Click on an Arabic word below to see details of the word’s grammar, or to suggest a correction.

Syntactic Treebank
Dependency Graphs
Grammar (إعراب)

Ontology of Quranic Concepts

The Quranic Ontology uses knowledge representation to define the key concepts in the Quran, and shows the relationships between these concepts using predicate logic. The fundamental concepts in the ontology are based on the knowledge contained in traditional sources of Quranic analysis, including the hadīth of the prophet muhammad , and the tafsīr (Quranic exegesis) of ibn kathīr. Named entities in verses, such as the names of historic people and places mentioned in the Quran, are linked to concepts in the ontology as part of named entity tagging. The diagram below shows a visual representation of the ontology. The graph is a network of 300 linked concepts with 350 relations.

Ontology of Concepts
Overview
Concept map
Topic index

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