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    Assalamun alaikum

    I learning Arabic and learnt about jumlah ismiyyah - nominal sentence.

    I read here http://muslimmatters.org/2008/01/07/...-of-the-quran/

    that Alhamduilah is jumlah ismiyyah
    What i wanted to ask is:-

    Alhamdu illah

    Is Alhamdu- mubtadah
    for Allah - illah - khabar

    Isnt Allah a noun so how can alhamdu be a noun isnt alhamd it a adjective


    What about Allahu Akbar is the jumlah ismiyyah.. Allahu being mubtadah adn akbar being khabar......

    interesting stuff all these..:-)

    I hope some1 can help me understand this

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    Quote Originally Posted by nutty View Post
    Alhamdu illah
    It's alhamdu lillah, you've missed out the laam.

    Quote Originally Posted by nutty View Post
    Is Alhamdu- mubtadah
    for Allah - illah - khabar
    AlHamdu (lit. the praise) is mubtadah and lillaah, which is li (for/belongs to) + Allah, is khabar.

    Quote Originally Posted by nutty View Post
    Isnt Allah a noun so how can alhamdu be a noun isnt alhamd it a adjective
    They are both nouns, there is no adjective here. AlHamdu is a definite noun, and literally means "al (the) Hamdu (praise)", though the meaning of 'al' as in the phrase alHamdu is given in the link you gave. Remember that the khabar is not the noun Allah, but the partial sentence lillah, meaning, "belongs to Allah".

    Quote Originally Posted by nutty View Post
    What about Allahu Akbar is the jumlah ismiyyah.. Allahu being mubtadah adn akbar being khabar......
    Yes.

    Hope that helps a bit.

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    They are both nouns, there is no adjective here. AlHamdu is a definite noun, and literally means "al (the) Hamdu (praise)", though the meaning of 'al' as in the phrase alHamdu is given in the link you gave. Remember that the khabar is not the noun Allah, but the partial sentence lillah, meaning, "belongs to Allah".

    Jazak-Allah sister.....this makes sense now....May Allah help me understand the language better and His beautiful Quran

 

 
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