- Ejtaal Arabic Almanac: Lane's Lexicon, Hans Wehr, Lisan al-Arab and others
- Perseus: Lane's Lexicon (in text format)
- 5 times as noun Trf
- 6 times as noun Trf
[and] that [through you] He might destroy some of those who were bent on denying the truth, and so abase the others* that they would withdraw in utter hopelessness.
And be constant in praying at the beginning and the end* of the day, as well as during the early watches of the night:* for, verily, good deeds drive away evil deeds: this is a reminder to all who bear [God] in mind.
Have, then, they [who deny the truth] never yet seen how* We visit the earth [with Our punishment], gradually depriving it of all that is best thereon?* For, [when] God judges, there is no power that could repel His judgment: and swift in reckoning is He!
Hence, bear with patience whatever they [who deny the truth] may say, and extol thy Sustainer's limitless glory and praise Him before the rising of the sun and before its setting; and extol His glory, too, during some of the hours of the night as well as during the hours of the day,* so that thou might attain to happiness.
faSbr Alya ma yqwlwn wsbH bHmd rbk qbl TlwA alşms wqbl ğrwbha wmn aanaa alyl fsbH waTraf alnhar lAlk trDya
Nay, We have allowed these [sinners] as [We allowed] their forebears to enjoy the good things of life for a great length of time:* but then have they never yet seen how We visit the earth [with Our punishment], gradually depriving it of all that is best thereon?* Can they, then, [hope to] be the winners?
bl mtAna haalaa waabaahm Htya Tal Alyhm alAmr afla yrwn ana naty alarD nnqSha mn aTrafha afhm alğalbwn
the while they will be running confusedly to and fro, with their heads upraised [in supplication], unable to look away from what they shall behold,* and their hearts an abysmal void.
Answered he who was illumined by revelation:* [Nay,] as for me - I shall bring it to thee ere the twinkling of thy eye ceases!"* And when he saw it truly before him, he exclaimed:* This is [an outcome] of my Sustainer's bounty, to test me as to whether I am grateful or ungrateful!* However, he who is grateful [to God] is but grateful for his own good; and he who is ungrateful [should know that], verily, my Sustainer is self-sufficient, most generous in giving!"
qal alźy Andh Alm mn alktab ana aatyk bh qbl an yrtd alyk Trfk flma raah mstqra Andh qal haźa mn fDl rby lyblwny aaşkr am akfr wmn şkr fanma yşkr lnfsh wmn kfr fan rby ğny krym
And with them will be mates of modest gaze,* most beautiful of eye,
having beside them well-matched mates of modest gaze."*
And thou wilt see them exposed to that [doom], humbling themselves in abasement, looking [around] with a furtive glance - the while those who had attained to faith will say, "Verily, lost on [this] Day of Resurrection are they who have squandered their own and their followers' selves!"* Oh, verily, the evildoers will fall into long-lasting suffering,
wtryahm yArDwn Alyha KaşAyn mn alźl ynZrwn mn Trf Kfy wqal alźyn aamnwa an alKasryn alźyn Ksrwa anfshm wahlyhm ywm alqyamẗ ala an alZalmyn fy Aźab mqym
In these [gardens] will be mates of modest gaze, whom neither man nor invisible being will have touched ere then.*