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ا ث م
Alif-Tha-Miim
General Root Meaning
to commit a crime/sin or lie. ithm - sin, crime, guilt, iniquity, lie, anything that hinders from good deeds, harmful, anything which renders a person deserving of punishment, anything that pricks the mind as something evil, unlawful. athaam - punishment of wickedness, the requital. aathim - evil doer, one who sins. athiim - wicked person. taa'thiim - accusation of crime.
   āthimun   (1)

2:283
And if you are on a journey and not you find a scribe, then pledge in hand. Then if entrusts one of you (to) another then let discharge the one who is entrusted his trust. And let him fear Allah, his Lord. And (do) not conceal the evidence. And whoever conceals it, then indeed he (is) sinful - his heart. And Allah of what you do (is) All-Knower.

   āthiman   (1)

76:24
So be patient for (the) Command (of) your Lord and (do) not obey from them any sinner or disbeliever.

   athāman   (1)

25:68
And those who (do) not invoke with Allah god another, and (do) not [they] kill the soul which has forbidden Allah except by right and (do) not commit adultery. And whoever does that will meet a penalty.

   ith'mun   (2)

2:219
They ask you about [the] intoxicants and [the] games of chance Say, "In both of them (is) a sin great, and (some) benefits for [the] people. But sin of both of them (is) greater than (the) benefit of (the) two." And they ask you what they (should) spend. Say, "The surplus." Thus makes clear Allah to you [the] Verses so that you may ponder,

49:12
O you who believe! Avoid much of the assumption. Indeed, some assumption (is) sin. And (do) not spy and (do) not backbite some of you (to) others. Would like one of you to eat (the) flesh (of) his brother, dead? Nay, you would hate it. And fear Allah; indeed, Allah (is) Oft-Returning, Most Merciful.

   ith'ma   (1)

2:173
Only He has forbidden to you the dead animals, and [the] blood, and flesh, (of) swine, and what has been dedicated [with it] to other than Allah. So whoever (is) forced by necessity without (being) disobedient and not transgressor, then no sin on him. Indeed, Allah (is) Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.

2:182
But whoever fears from (the) testator (any) error or sin, then reconciles between them, then (there is) no sin on him. Indeed, Allah (is) Oft-Forgiving, All-Merciful.

2:203
And remember Allah during days numbered. Then (he) who hurries in two days then no sin upon him, and whoever delays then no sin upon him for (the one) who fears. And fear Allah and know that you unto Him will be gathered.

2:203
And remember Allah during days numbered. Then (he) who hurries in two days then no sin upon him, and whoever delays then no sin upon him for (the one) who fears. And fear Allah and know that you unto Him will be gathered.

   ith'man   (5)

4:50
See how they invent about Allah [the] lie, and sufficient is it - (as) a sin manifest.

3:178
And (let) not think those who disbelieved that We give respite to them (is) good for themselves. Only We give respite to them so that they may increase (in) sins, and for them (is) a punishment humiliating.

5:107
Then if it is discovered (on) that the two (were) guilty (of) sin, then (let) two others stand (in) their place from those who have a lawful right over them - the former two - and let them both swear by Allah "Surely our testimony (is) truer than testimony of the other two and not we have transgressed. Indeed, we then (will be) of the wrongdoers."

4:48
Indeed, Allah (does) not forgive that partners be associated with Him, but He forgives from other than that for whom He wills. And whoever associates partners with Allah, then surely he has fabricated a sin - tremendous.

4:112
And whoever earns a fault or a sin then throws it (on) an innocent, then surely he (has) burdened (himself) (with) a slander and a sin manifest.

2:182
But whoever fears from (the) testator (any) error or sin, then reconciles between them, then (there is) no sin on him. Indeed, Allah (is) Oft-Forgiving, All-Merciful.

4:111
And whoever earns sin, then only he earns it against his soul. And is Allah All-Knowing, All-Wise.

   ith'muhu   (1)

2:181
Then whoever changes it after what he (has) heard [it], so only its sin (would be) on those who alter it. Indeed, Allah (is) All-Hearing, All-Knowing.

   athīmin   (2)

26:222
They descend upon every liar sinful.

45:7
Woe to every liar sinful

68:12
A preventer, of (the) good, transgressor, sinful,

83:12
And not can deny [of] it except every transgressor sinful.

2:276
Destroys Allah the usury and (gives) increase (for) the charities. And Allah (does) not love every ungrateful sinner.

   athīman   (1)

4:107
And (do) not argue for those who deceive themselves. Indeed, Allah (does) not love (the one) who is treacherous (and) sinful.

   l-āthimīna   (1)

5:106
O you who believe! (Take) testimony among you when approaches one of you [the] death, (at the) time (of making) [the] a will two men, just, among you, or two others from other than you if you (are) travel(ing) in the earth then befalls you calamity (of) [the] death. Detain both of them from after the prayer and let them both swear by Allah if you doubt, "Not we will exchange it for a price even if he is (of) a near relative, and not we will conceal testimony (of) Allah. Indeed, we then (will) surely (be) of the sinners."

   l-ith'ma   (2)

6:120
Forsake open [the] sins and the secret. Indeed, those who earn [the] sin they will be recompensed for what they used to commit.

5:63
Why (do) not forbid them, the Rabbis and the religious scholars from their saying the sinful and their eating (of) the forbidden? Surely, evil (is) what they used to do.

   l-ith'mi   (4)

5:2
O you who believe! (Do) not violate (the) rites (of) Allah, and not the month sacred and not the sacrificial animals and not the garlanded and not (those) coming (to) the House Sacred seeking Bounty of their Lord and good pleasure. And when you come out of Ihram then (you may) hunt. And not let incite you (the) hatred (for) a people as they stopped you from Al-Masjid Al-Haraam that you commit transgression. And help one another in [the] righteousness and [the] piety, but (do) not help one another in [the] sin and [the] transgression. And fear Allah; indeed, Allah (is) severe (in) [the] punishment.

5:62
And you see many of them hastening into [the] sin and [the] transgression and eating the forbidden. Surely evil (is) what they were doing.

6:120
Forsake open [the] sins and the secret. Indeed, those who earn [the] sin they will be recompensed for what they used to commit.

42:37
And those who avoid (the) greater sins and the immoralities, and when that they are angry, they forgive,

53:32
Those who avoid great sins and the immoralities except the small faults; indeed, your Lord (is) vast (in) forgiveness. He (is) most knowing about you when He produced you from the earth and when you (were) fetuses in (the) wombs (of) your mothers. So (do) not ascribe purity (to) yourselves. He knows best (he) who fears.

24:11
Indeed, those who brought the lie (are) a group among you. (Do) not think it bad for you; nay, it (is) good for you. For every person among them (is) what he earned of the sin, and the one who took upon himself a greater share of it among them - for him (is) a punishment great.

   l-athīmi   (1)

44:44
(Will be) food (of) the sinner(s).

   bi-ith'mī   (1)

5:29
"Indeed, I wish that you be laden with my sin and your sin so you will be among (the) companions (of) the Fire, and that (is the) recompense (of) the wrong-doers."

   bil-ith'mi   (4)

58:8
Do not you see [to] those who were forbidden from secret counsels, then they return to what they were forbidden from [it], and they hold secret counsels for sin and aggression and disobedience (to) the Messenger? And when they come to you, they greet you with what not greets you therewith Allah, and they say among themselves, "Why (does) not punish us Allah for what we say?" Sufficient (for) them (is) Hell, they will burn in it and worst is the destination.

58:9
O you who believe! When you hold secret counsel then (do) not hold secret counsel for sin and aggression and disobedience (to) the Messenger, but hold secret counsel for righteousness and piety. And fear Allah, the One Who, to Him you will be gathered.

2:85
Then you (are) those (who) kill yourselves and evict a party of you from their homes, you support one another against them in sin and [the] transgression. And if they come to you (as) captives, you ransom them, while it (was) forbidden to you their eviction. So do you believe in part (of) the Book and disbelieve in part? Then what (should be the) recompense (for the one) who does that among you, except disgrace in the life (of) the world; and (on the) Day of [the] Resurrection they will be sent back to (the) most severe punishment? And not (is) Allah unaware of what you do.

2:188
And (do) not eat your properties among yourselves wrongfully and present [with] it to the authorities so that you may eat a portion from (the) wealth (of) the people sinfully while you know.

2:206
And when it is said to him "Fear Allah," takes him (his) pride to [the] sins. Then enough for him (is) Hell - [and] surely an evil [the] resting-place.

   tathīmun   (1)

52:23
They will pass to one another therein a cup, no ill speech therein and no sin.

   tathīman   (1)

56:25
Not they will hear therein vain talk and not sinful (speech),

   li-ith'min   (1)

5:3
Are made unlawful on you the dead animals, and the blood, and flesh (of) the swine, and what has been dedicated to other than Allah, [on it], and that which is strangled (t and that which is hit fatally, and that which has a fatal fal and that which is gored by hor and that which ate (it) the wild animal except what you slaughtered, and what is sacrificed on the stone altars, and that you seek division by divining arrows - that (is) grave disobedience. This day (have) despaired those who disbelieved of your religion, so (do) not fear them, but fear Me. This day I have perfected for you your religion and I have completed upon you My Favor and I have approved for you [the] Islam (as) a religion. But whoever (is) forced by hunger (and) not inclining to sin, then indeed, Allah (is) Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.

   wa-ith'man   (2)

4:20
And if you intend replacing a wife (in) place (of) a wife and you have given one of them heap (of gold) then (do) not take away from it anything. Would you take it (by) slander and a sin open?

4:112
And whoever earns a fault or a sin then throws it (on) an innocent, then surely he (has) burdened (himself) (with) a slander and a sin manifest.

33:58
And those who harm the believing men and the believing women for other than what they have earned, then certainly, they bear false accusation and sin manifest.

   wa-ith'mika   (1)

5:29
"Indeed, I wish that you be laden with my sin and your sin so you will be among (the) companions (of) the Fire, and that (is the) recompense (of) the wrong-doers."

   wa-ith'muhumā   (1)

2:219
They ask you about [the] intoxicants and [the] games of chance Say, "In both of them (is) a sin great, and (some) benefits for [the] people. But sin of both of them (is) greater than (the) benefit of (the) two." And they ask you what they (should) spend. Say, "The surplus." Thus makes clear Allah to you [the] Verses so that you may ponder,

   wal-ith'ma   (1)

7:33
Say, "Only (had) forbidden my Lord the shameful deeds what (is) apparent of it and what is concealed, and the sin, and the oppression without [the] right, and that you associate (others) with Allah what not He (has) sent down of it any authority, and that you say about Allah what not (do) you know?"

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