- Ejtaal Arabic Almanac: Lane's Lexicon, Hans Wehr, Lisan al-Arab and others
- Perseus: Lane's Lexicon (in text format)
- 1 times as noun aTwar
- 10 times as noun Twr
seeing that He has created [every one of] you in successive stages?*
AND LO! We accepted your solemn pledge, raising Mount Sinai high above you,* [and saying;] "Hold fast with [all your] strength unto what We have vouchsafed you, and bear in mind all that is therein, so that you might remain conscious of God!"
And, lo, We accepted your solemn pledge, raising Mount Sinai high above you, [saying,] "Hold fast with [all your] strength unto what We have vouchsafed you, and hearken unto it!" [But] they say, "We have heard, but we disobey"* - for their hearts are filled to overflowing with love of the [golden] calf because of their refusal to acknowledge the truth.* Say: "Vile is what this [false] belief of yours enjoins upon you-if indeed you are believers!"
waź aKźna myśaqkm wrfAna fwqkm alTwr Kźwa ma aatynakm bqwẗ wasmAwa qalwa smAna wASyna waşrbwa fy qlwbhm alAjl bkfrhm ql basma yamrkm bh aymankm an kntm mamnyn
raising Mount Sinai high above them in witness of their solemn pledge. And We said unto them, Enter the gate humbly";** and We told them, "Do not break the Sabbath-law"; and We accepted from them a most solemn pledge.
wrfAna fwqhm alTwr bmyśaqhm wqlna lhm adKlwa albab sjda wqlna lhm la tAdwa fy alsbt waKźna mnhm myśaqa ğlyZa
And [remember how] We called upon him from the right-hand slope of Mount Sinai* and drew him near [unto Us] in mystic communion,
O children of Israel! [Thus] We saved you from your enemy, and [then] We made a covenant with you on the right-hand slope of Mount Sinai,* and repeatedly sent down manna and quails unto you, [saying,]
as well as a tree that issues from [the lands adjoining] Mount Sinai,* yielding oil and relish for all to eat.
And when Moses had fulfilled his term and was wandering with his family [in the desert], he perceived a fire on the slope of Mount Sinai;* [and so] he said to his family: Wait here. Behold, I perceive a fire [far away]; perhaps I may bring you from there some tiding,* or [at least] a burning brand from the fire, so that you might warm yourselves.
flma qDya mwsy alajl wsar bahlh aans mn janb alTwr nara qal lahlh amkśwa any aanst nara lAly aatykm mnha bKbr aw jźwẗ mn alnar lAlkm tSTlwn
And neither wert thou present on the slope of Mount Sinai when We called out [to Moses]:* but [thou, too, art sent] as an act of thy Sustainer's grace, to warn people to whom no warner has come before thee, so that they might bethink themselves [of Us];
CONSIDER Mount Sinai !*
and Mount Sinai,