- Ejtaal Arabic Almanac: Lane's Lexicon, Hans Wehr, Lisan al-Arab and others
- Perseus: Lane's Lexicon (in text format)
- 1 times as noun AaSfẗ
- 1 times as verbal noun ASf2
- 1 times as active noun AaSfat
- 2 times as active AaSf
- 1 times as adjective
- 1 times as noun
- 2 times as noun ASf
And unto Solomon [We made subservient] the stormy wind, so that it sped at his behest towards the land which We had blessed:* for it is We who have knowledge of everything.
and then storming on with a tempest's force!
He it is who enables you to travel on land and sea. And [behold what happens] when you go to sea in ships:* [they go to sea in ships,] and they sail on in them in a favourable wind, and they rejoice thereat until there comes upon them a tempest, and waves surge towards them from all sides, so that they believe themselves to be encompassed [by death; and then] they call unto God, [at that moment] sincere in their faith in Him alone, "If Thou wilt but save us from this, we shall most certainly be among the grateful!"
hw alźy ysyrkm fy albr walbHr Htya aźa kntm fy alflk wjryn bhm bryH Tybẗ wfrHwa bha jaatha ryH AaSf wjaahm almwj mn kl mkan wZnwa anhm aHyT bhm dAwa allh mKlSyn lh aldyn lan anjytna mn haźh lnkwnn mn alşakryn
[This, then, is] the parable of those who are bent on denying their Sustainer: all their works* are as ashes which the wind blows about fiercely on a stormy day: [in the life to come,] they cannot achieve any benefit whatever from all [the good] that they may have wrought: for this [denial of God] is indeed the farthest one can go astray.*
mśl alźyn kfrwa brbhm aAmalhm krmad aştdt bh alryH fy ywm AaSf la yqdrwn mma ksbwa Alya şya źalk hw alDlal albAyd
and grain growing tall on its stalks, and sweet-smelling plants.
and caused them to become like a field of grain that has been eaten down to stubble*