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      Morphological Homonymy in the Qur'anic Text: A Semantic Overview

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      Journal of Qur'anic Studies
      Edinburgh University Press

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          Abstract

          This study discusses the presence of two different type of homonyms, al-mushtarak al-ṣarfī and al-mushtarak al-lafẓī, in the Qur'an and distinguishes these from other kinds of homonyms. Al-Mushtarak al-ṣarfī relates to the field of morphology, whereas al-mushtarak al-lafẓī belongs to the lexicographical facet of language. The article then goes on to discuss homonymy in terms of alternative forms, derived forms, and the effect of morphological features such al-iʿlāl (‘defectiveness in verbs and nouns’), al-ibdāl (‘substitution’), al-ḥadhf (‘omission’), and al-jamʿ (‘combination’), as well as the multiplicity in meanings of some prefixes and suffixes.

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          Journal
          Journal of Qur'anic Studies
          J Qur'anic Studies
          Edinburgh University Press
          1465-3591
          1755-1730
          April 2009
          April 2009
          : 11
          : 1
          : 246-199
          Affiliations
          [1 ]Birzeit University
          Article
          10.3366/E1465359109000709
          6ab4e1ac-ef47-4f60-b363-a00f98c95d7c
          © 2009

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