- Ejtaal Arabic Almanac: Lane's Lexicon, Hans Wehr, Lisan al-Arab and others
- Perseus: Lane's Lexicon (in text format)
- 2 times as noun ndamẗ
- 5 times as active noun nadmyn
And all human beings that have been doing evil's* would surely, if they possessed all that is on earth, offer it as ransom [on Judgment Day];* and when they see the suffering [that awaits them], they will be unable to express their remorse.* But judgment will be passed on them in all equity; and they will not be wronged.
wlw an lkl nfs Zlmt ma fy alarD laftdt bh wasrwa alndamẗ lma rawa alAźab wqDy bynhm balqsT whm la yZlmwn
But those who had been weak will say unto those who had gloried in their arrogance: Nay, [what kept us away was your] devising of false arguments, night and day, [against God's messages- as you did]* when you persuaded us to blaspheme against God and to claim that there are powers that could rival Him!"* And when they see the suffering [that awaits them], they will [all] be unable to express [the full depth of] their remorse:* for We shall have put shackles around the necks of those who had been bent on denying the truth:* [and] will this be aught but a [just] requital for what they were doing?
wqal alźyn astDAfwa llźyn astkbrwa bl mkr alyl walnhar aź tamrwnna an nkfr ballh wnjAl lh andada wasrwa alndamẗ lma rawa alAźab wjAlna alağlal fy aAnaq alźyn kfrwa hl yjzwn ala ma kanwa yAmlwn
Thereupon God sent forth a raven which scratched the earth, to show him how he might conceal the nakedness of his brother's body. [And Cain] cried out: "Oh, woe is me! Am I then too weak to do what this raven did,* and to conceal the nakedness of my brother's body?" - and was thereupon smitten with remorse.*
fbAś allh ğraba ybHś fy alarD lyryh kyf ywary swaẗ aKyh qal yawyltya aAjzt an akwn mśl haźa alğrab fawary swaẗ aKy faSbH mn alnadmyn
And yet thou canst see how those in whose hearts there is disease vie with one another for their good will,* saying [to themselves], "We fear lest fortune turn against us." But God may well bring about good fortune [for the believers] or any [other] event of His own devising,* whereupon those [waverers] will be smitten with remorse for the thoughts which they had secretly harboured within themselves-
ftry alźyn fy qlwbhm mrD ysarAwn fyhm yqwlwn nKşya an tSybna daarẗ fAsy allh an yaty balftH aw amr mn Andh fySbHwa Alya ma asrwa fy anfshm nadmyn
[And God] would say: After a little while they will surely be smitten with remorse!''*
But they cruelly slaughtered her - and then they had cause to regret it:*
O YOU who have attained to faith! If any iniquitous person comes to you with a [slanderous] tale, use your discernment,* lest you hurt people unwittingly and afterwards be filled with remorse for what you have done.*