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ب ر ه ن
General Root Meaning
   bur'hānun   (1)

O mankind! Surely has come to you a convincing proof from your Lord, and We (have) sent down to you a light clear.

   bur'hāna   (2)

And whoever invokes with Allah god other, no proof for him in it. Then only his account (is) with his Lord. Indeed, [he] not will succeed the disbelievers.

And certainly she did desire him, and he would have desired her, if not that he saw the proof (of) his Lord. Thus, that We might avert from him the evil and the immorality. Indeed, he (was) of Our slaves the sincere.

   bur'hānāni   (1)

Insert your hand in your bosom it will come forth white from without any harm. And draw to yourselves your hand against fear. So these (are) two evidences from your Lord, to Firaun and his chiefs. Indeed, they are a people defiantly disobedient."

   bur'hānakum   (1)

And they said, "Never will enter the Paradise except who is (a) Jew[s] or (a) Christian[s]." That (is) their wishful thinking. Say, "Bring your proof if you are [those who are] truthful."

Or (have) they taken from besides Him gods? Say, "Bring your proof. This (is) a Reminder (for those) who (are) with me, and a Reminder (for those) who (were) before me." But most of them (do) not know the truth so they (are) averse.

Or Who originates the creation then repeats it and Who provides you from the heavens and the earth? Is there any god with Allah? Say, "Bring forth your proof if you are truthful."

And We will draw forth from every nation a witness and We will say, "Bring your proof?" Then they will know that the truth (is) for Allah and (will be) lost from them what they used (to) invent.

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