- Ejtaal Arabic Almanac: Lane's Lexicon, Hans Wehr, Lisan al-Arab and others
- Perseus: Lane's Lexicon (in text format)
- 1 times as noun HSad
- 1 times as verb HSd
- 4 times as noun HSyd
For it is He who has brought into being gardens-[both] the cultivated ones and those growing wild* -and the date-palm, and fields bearing multiform produce, and the olive tree, and the pomegranate: [all] resembling one another and yet so different!* Eat of their fruit when it comes to fruition, and give [unto the poor] their due on harvest day. And do not waste [God's bounties]: verily, He does not love the wasteful!
whw alźy anşa jnat mArwşat wğyr mArwşat walnKl walzrA mKtlfa aklh walzytwn walrman mtşabha wğyr mtşabh klwa mn śmrh aźa aśmr waatwa Hqh ywm HSadh wla tsrfwa anh la yHb almsrfyn
[Joseph] replied: "You shall sow for seven years as usual; but let all [the grain] that you harvest remain [untouched] in its ear, excepting only a little, whereof you may eat:
The parable of the life of this world is but that of rain which We send down from the sky, and which is absorbed by the plants of the earth* whereof men and animals draw nourishment, until -when the earth has assumed its artful adornment and has been embellished, and they who dwell on it believe that they have gained mastery over it* -there comes down upon it Our judgment, by night or by day, and We cause it to become [like] a field mown down, as if there had been no yesterday.* Thus clearly do We spell out these messages unto people who think!
anma mśl alHywaẗ aldnya kmaa anzlnah mn alsmaa faKtlT bh nbat alarD mma yakl alnas walanAam Htya aźa aKźt alarD zKrfha wazynt wZn ahlha anhm qadrwn Alyha atyaha amrna lyla aw nhara fjAlnaha HSyda kan lm tğn balams kźalk nfSl alaayat lqwm ytfkrwn
THIS ACCOUNT* of the [fate of those ancient] communities - some of them still remaining, and some [extinct like] a field mown-down - We convey unto thee [as a lesson for mankind]:*
And that cry of theirs did not cease until We caused them to become [like] a field mown down, still and silent as ashes.
And We send down from the skies water rich in blessings, and cause thereby gardens to grow, and fields of grain,