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ب ه ت
General Root Meaning
confound/confuse/dumbfound, unable to see their right course, become affected with wonder, cut short, overcome, took by surprise, caught unaware suddenly, calumny, slander, false accusation.
   bibuh'tānin   (1)

O Prophet! When come to you the believing women pledging to you [on] that not they will associate with Allah anything, and not they will steal, and not they will commit adultery, and not they will kill their children, and not they bring slander, they invent it between their hands and their feet, and not they will disobey you in (the) right, then accept their pledge and ask forgiveness for them (from) Allah. Indeed, Allah (is) Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.

   buh'tānun   (1)

And why not, when you heard it, you said, "Not it is for us that we speak of this. Glory be to You! This (is) a slander great?"

   buh'tānan   (4)

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?

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.

And for their disbelief and their saying against Maryam a slander great.

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.

   fabuhita   (1)

Did not you see [towards] the one who argued (with) Ibrahim concerning his Lord, because gave him Allah the kingdom? When Said Ibrahim, "My Lord (is) the One Who grants life and causes death." He said, "I give life and cause death." Said Ibrahim, "[Then] indeed Allah brings up the sun from the east, so you bring it from the west." So became dumbfounded the one who disbelieved, and Allah (does) not guide the people (who are) [the] wrongdoers.

   fatabhatuhum   (1)

Nay, it will come to them unexpectedly and bewilder them, then not they will be able to repel it, and not they will be given respite.

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