- Ejtaal Arabic Almanac: Lane's Lexicon, Hans Wehr, Lisan al-Arab and others
- Perseus: Lane's Lexicon (in text format)
- 3 times as form VII verb anfD
- 6 times as noun fDẗ
And it was by God's grace that thou [O Prophet] didst deal gently with thy followers:* for if thou hadst been harsh and hard of heart, they would indeed have broken away from thee. Pardon them, then, and pray that they be forgiven. And take counsel with them in all matters of public concern; then, when thou hast decided upon a course of action, place thy trust in God: for, verily, God loves those who place their trust in Him.*
fbma rHmẗ mn allh lnt lhm wlw knt fZa ğlyZ alqlb lanfDwa mn Hwlk faAf Anhm wastğfr lhm wşawrhm fy alamr faźa Azmt ftwkl Aly allh an allh yHb almtwklyn
Yet [it does happen that] when people* become aware of [an occasion for] worldly gain* or a passing delight, they rush headlong towards it, and leave thee standing [and preaching].* Say: "That which is with God is far better than all passing delight and all gain! And God is the best of providers!"
waźa rawa tjarẗ aw lhwa anfDwa alyha wtrkwk qaama ql ma And allh Kyr mn allhw wmn altjarẗ wallh Kyr alrazqyn
It is they who say [to their compatriots* ], "Do not spend anything on those who are with God's Apostle, so that they [may be forced to] leave."* However, unto God belong the treasures of the heavens and the earth: but this truth the hypocrites cannot grasp.
hm alźyn yqwlwn la tnfqwa Alya mn And rswl allh Htya ynfDwa wllh Kzaan alsmawat walarD wlakn almnafqyn la yfqhwn
ALLURING unto man is the enjoyment of worldly desires through women, and children, and heaped-up treasures of gold and silver, and horses of high mark, and cattle, and lands. All this may be enjoyed in the life of this world - but the most beauteous of all goals is with God.
zyn llnas Hb alşhwat mn alnsaa walbnyn walqnaTyr almqnTrẗ mn alźhb walfDẗ walKyl almswmẗ walanAam walHrś źalk mtaA alHywaẗ aldnya wallh Andh Hsn almab
O you who have attained to faith! Behold, many of the rabbis and monks do indeed wrongfully devour men's possessions and turn [others] away from the path of God. But as for all who lay up treasures of gold and silver and do not spend them for the sake of Gods* - give them the tiding of grievous suffering [in the life to come]:
yaayha alźyn aamnwa an kśyra mn alaHbar walrhban lyaklwn amwal alnas balbaTl wySdwn An sbyl allh walźyn yknzwn alźhb walfDẗ wla ynfqwnha fy sbyl allh fbşrhm bAźab alym
And were it not that [with the prospect of boundless riches before them] all people would become one [evil] community,* We might indeed have provided for those who [now] deny the Most Gracious roofs of silver for their houses, and [silver] stairways whereon to ascend,
And they will be waited upon with vessels of silver and goblets that will [seem to] be crystal
crystal-like, [but] of silver - the measure whereof they alone will determine.*
Upon those [blest] will be garments of green silk and brocade; and they will be adorned with bracelets of silver.* And their Sustainer will them to drink of a drink most pure.*