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And when
wa-idh
you said,
qul'tum
"O Musa!
yāmūsā
Never (will)
lan
we endure
naṣbira
[on]
ʿalā
food
ṭaʿāmin
(of) one (kind),
wāḥidin
so pray
fa-ud'ʿu
for us
lanā
ل
(to) your Lord
rabbaka
to bring forth
yukh'rij
for us
lanā
ل
out of what
mimmā
grows
tunbitu
the earth,
l-arḍu
of
min
its herbs,
baqlihā
[and] its cucumbers,
waqithāihā
[and] its garlic,
wafūmihā
[and] its lentils,
waʿadasihā
and its onions."
wabaṣalihā
He said,
qāla
"Would you exchange
atastabdilūna
that which
alladhī
[it]
huwa
(is) inferior
adnā
for that which
bi-alladhī
[it]
huwa
(is) better?
khayrun
Go down
ih'biṭū
(to) a city,
miṣ'ran
so indeed
fa-inna
for you
lakum
ل
(is) what
you have asked (for)."
sa-altum
And were struck
waḍuribat
on them
ʿalayhimu
the humiliation
l-dhilatu
and the misery
wal-maskanatu
and they drew on themselves
wabāū
wrath
bighaḍabin
of
mina
Allah
l-lahi
That (was)
dhālika
because they
bi-annahum
used to
kānū
disbelieve
yakfurūna
in (the) Signs
biāyāti
(of) Allah
l-lahi
and kill
wayaqtulūna
the Prophets
l-nabiyīna
without (any)
bighayri
[the] right.
l-ḥaqi
That
dhālika
(was) because
bimā
they disobeyed
ʿaṣaw
and they were
wakānū
transgressing.
yaʿtadūna


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James Ada's concordance work; his research can be found at www.organizedQuran.com
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The work of Dr. Shehnaz Shaikh and Ms. Kausar Khatri; their work is here The Glorious Quran Word-for-Word Translation to facilitate learning of Quranic Arabic

The Easy Dictionary of the Qur'an by Shaikh Abdul Karim Parekh

And of course Lane's Lexicon: An Arabic-English Lexicon: Derived From the Best and the Most Copious Eastern Sources by Edward William Lane