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ب ل س
General Root Meaning
despair, give up hope, become broken (in spirit), mournful, become silent/confounded/perplexed unable to see right way or course, repent/grieve.
   ib'līsa   (3)

And (the) hosts (of) Iblis all together.

And when We said to the angels, "Prostrate to Adam," [so] they prostrated except Iblees. He refused and was arrogant and became of the disbelievers.

And certainly We created you then We fashioned you. Then We said to the Angels, "Prostrate to Adam," So they prostrated, except Iblees. Not he was of those who prostrated.

Except Iblis. He refused to be with those who prostrated.

And when We said to the Angels, "Prostrate to Adam." So they prostrated except Iblis. He said, "Shall I prostrate to (one) whom You created (from) clay?"

And when We said to the Angels, "Prostrate to Adam," so they prostrated except Iblis. (He) was of the jinn, and he rebelled against the Command (of) his Lord. Will you then take him and his offspring (as) protectors from other than Me, while they (are) to you enemies? Wretched for the wrongdoers (is) the exchange.

And when We said to the Angels, "Prostrate to Adam," then they prostrated, except Iblis; he refused.

Except Iblis; he was arrogant and became of the disbelievers.

   ib'līsu   (1)

And certainly, found true about them Iblis his assumption, so they followed him except a group of the believers.

   lamub'lisīna   (1)

And certainly they were, from before [that] it was sent down upon them, from before it, surely in despair.

   mub'lisūna   (3)

So when they forgot what they were reminded of [it], We opened on them gates (of) every thing, until when they rejoiced in what they were given, We seized them suddenly and then they (were) dumbfounded.

Until when We opened for them a gate of a punishment severe, behold! They in it (will be in) despair.

Not will it subside for them, and they in it (will) despair.

   yāib'līsu   (1)

He said, "O Iblis! What (is) for you that not you are with those who prostrated?"

He said, "O Iblis! What prevented you that you (should) prostrate to (one) whom I created with My Hands? Are you arrogant or are you of the exalted ones."

   yub'lisu   (1)

And (the) Day will (be) established the Hour, will (be in) despair the criminals.

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