- Ejtaal Arabic Almanac: Lane's Lexicon, Hans Wehr, Lisan al-Arab and others
- Perseus: Lane's Lexicon (in text format)
- 1 times as form II verb yDyf
- 5 times as noun Dyf
And so the two went on, till, when they came upon some village people, they asked them* for food; but those [people] refused them all hospitality. And they saw in that (village] a wall which was on the point of tumbling down, and [the sage] rebuilt it[whereupon Moses] said: "Hadst thou so wished, surely thou couldst [at least] have obtained some payment for it?"
fanTlqa Htya aźa atya ahl qryẗ astTAma ahlha fabwa an yDyfwhma fwjda fyha jdara yryd an ynqD faqamh qal lw şat ltKźt Alyh ajra
And his people came running to him, impelled towards his house [by their desire]:* for they had ever been wont to commit [such], abominations. Said [Lot]: "O my people! [Take instead] these daughters of mine: they are purer for you [than men]!* Be, then, conscious of God, and disgrace me not by [assaulting] my guests. Is there not among you even one right-minded man?"
wjaah qwmh yhrAwn alyh wmn qbl kanwa yAmlwn alsyat qal yaqwm haalaa bnaty hn aThr lkm fatqwa allh wla tKzwn fy Dyfy alys mnkm rjl rşyd
AND TELL THEM [once again] about Abraham's guests* -
Exclaimed [Lot]: "Behold, these are my guests: so put me not to shame,
AND HAS the story of Abraham's honoured guests ever come within thy ken?*
and even demanded that he give up his guests [to them]:* whereupon We deprived them of their sight [and thus told them, as it were]:* Taste, then, the suffering which I inflict when My warnings are disregarded!"