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Dear Students, although it can be tempting to avoid using Arabic-Arabic dictionaries altogether, as there are so many Arabic-English, English to Arabic, Arabic to English meaningful dictionaries, many of them of very high quality, best print, stander maintain, there are many definite advantages to developing a habit of using them, learn from it.
Most obviously, if you search the new words, new meaning, new sentence then, you come across when reading, writing or listening to Arabic, Arabic to Arabic, you’ll also learn other new words from the Arabic, Arabic to English, English to Arabic dictionaries. Exposing yourself to the language used in dictionaries is in itself very useful, meaningful, helpfull – you’ll see how to be precise and concise when expressing, delivering different ideas, opinions, valuable suggestions and comprehensive concepts.
Aside from that, some of these dictionaries (معجم عربي عربي,) often contain additional and meaningful information, such as contextual and idiomatic uses of words, which is not found in Arabic to Arabic, Arabic to English, English to Arabic Dictionaries.
It is a true that Lane’s Lexicon has reduced the need for students to spend long hours, day and night, long search poring over multi-volume (a Large) dictionaries by the classical Arabic lexicographers, it should be remembered that Lane’s Lexicon is a very comprehensive dictionary, and that it only deals with classical Arabic (MSA). A good Arabic-Arabic, Arabic to Arabic, Arabic to English, English to Arabic dictionary can therefore be a very useful intermediate step between using basic Arabic-English dictionaries like Hans Wehr (Dictionary) or Hava (Dictionary), and using advanced dictionaries like Lane’s Lexicon.
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Dear, Previously I had published many Articls of some of the most famous and well-known Qurʼānic Exegeses, Quran with Tajwee, Arabic Grammer PDF, Arabic Alphabets that have been written complete Arabic history. This time I have tried to compile a list of some of the famous Arabic dictionaries that are beneficial for a student of Qur’ān, Quran with Tajweed, Quran Tafseer, Quran meaning, Alim Course, Darse Nizami Year 1, Darse Nizami Year 2, Darse Nizami Year 3, Darse Nizami Year 4, Darse Nizami Year 5, Darse Nizami Year 6, Darse Nizami Year 7, Darse Nizami Year 8, and Aḥādīth.
Kitāb al-Jīm- Isḥāq b. Mirār al-Shaybānī 213 AH 3
The author (Kitāb al-Jīm) has looked into more than 80 tribes and seen how they have used different words, different meaning and explanation.
Al-Munjid fī al-Lughah ʿAli b. Ḥasan al-Hināʼī 230 AH 1- Jumhurah al-Lughah Muḥammad b. Ḥasan b. Darīd 321 AH 3
The author Al-Munjid fī al-Lughah has not brought in vocabulary, meaning, Tafseer that was rarely used – but has a lot of Qurʼānic and Aḥādīth examples. He also points towards words, meaning that had entered Arabic from other languages.
Dīwān al-AdabIsḥāq b. Ibrāhīm al-Fārābī350 AH 4- Tahdhīb al-LughahMuḥammad b. Aḥmad al-Azharī282 AH 8- The author Tahdhīb al-LughahMuḥammad b stayed with Arab Bedouins and heard how they were using Arabic , Quran vocabulary.
Al-Muḥīṭ fī al-LughahIsmāʿīl b. ʿAbbād al-Ṭāliqānī326 AH 1- The author Al-Muḥīṭ fī al-LughahIsmāʿīl was a close associate of Ibn ʿUmayd – a Buyid intellectual – and this book is one of the first to be ordered in alphabetical order. It does not make use of poetry, Prose too much.
Al-Ṣiḥāḥ fī al-LughahIsmāʿīl b. Ḥammād al-Jawharī393 AH 7- The author Al-Ṣiḥāḥ fī al-LughahIsmāʿīl only added words which he considered to be correct, meaningful and therefore many words are not found in his work
Maqāyīs al-LughahAḥmad b. Fāris b. Zakariyyā395 AH 6
The author Maqāyīs al-LughahAḥmad has explained the different meanings and usage of words.
Kitāb al-AfʿālSaʿīd b. Muḥammad al-MaʿāfarīAfter 400 AH 5- The author Kitāb al-AfʿālSaʿīd has discussed rare words and their meanings as well.Al-MukhaṣṣaṣʿAli b. Ismāʿīl398 AH 6
This book can be considered a collection of all the previous books of Arabic vocabulary by the end of the 4th century Hijri.- Asās al-BalāghahMaḥmūd b. ʿUmar al-Zamakhsharī 467 AH 2
Zamakhsharī had ijtihād in linguistics and had heard the words from people of Najd and other places of current day Saudi Arabia, and has used more than 5000 poems to explain the meanings of different words. He has also explained the literal and metaphorical meaning of relevant words as used by the Arabs.Lisān al-ʿArabMuḥammad b. Mukarram al-Anṣārī630 AH 1
Al-Miṣbāḥ al-MunīrAḥmad b. Muḥammad b. ʿAli al-Fayyūmī770 AH 1
This book (Al-Miṣbāḥ al-MunīrAḥmad) discusses various meanings of synonyms and antonyms and as well as the various meanings of the Abwāb of Thulāthī Mazīd.Al-Qāmūs al-MuḥīṭMuḥammad b. Yaʿqūb al-Fayrūzʼābādī729 AH 1- KulliyyātAyyūb b. Mūsā al-Ḥusaynī1028 AH 1
This book (KulliyyātAyyūb) is good for understanding the meaning of philosophical and jurisprudential vocabulary.Tāj al-ʿUrūsSayyid Muḥammad Murtaḍā al-Zubaydī1145 AH 40
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One of the most comprehensive books, blog, Arabic Articles, Quran, Tafseer, and the author brings a lot of poetry to help understand the usage of words.