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غ ش ى
General Root Meaning
cover, conceal, covering event, overwhelm, cover or occupy oneself; whiteness of the head or face, a horse whose whole head is white distinct from its body; the resurrection; calamity, misfortune; a certain disease that attacks the belly or chest; petitioners, visitors, seekers of favors; swoon, senseless
   ugh'shiyat   (1)

And those who earned the evil deeds, (the) recompense (of) an evil deed (is) like it, and (will) cover them humiliation. Not they will have from Allah any defender. As if had been covered their faces (with) pieces from the night (of) darkness Those (are the) companions (of) the Fire, they in it (will) abide forever.

   l-ghāshiyati   (1)

Has (there) come to you (the) news (of) the Overwhelming?

   l-maghshiyi   (1)

And say those who believe, "Why not has been revealed a Surah?" But when is revealed a Surah precise and is mentioned in it the fighting, you see those who, in their hearts, (is) a disease looking at you - a look (of) fainting over them from the death. But more appropriate for them

   taghashāhā   (1)

He (is) the One Who created you from a soul single and made from it its mate that he might live with her. And when he covers her, she carries a burden light and continues with it. But when she grows heavy, they both invoke Allah, their Lord, "If You give us a righteous (child), surely we will be among the thankful."

   ghāshiyatun   (1)

Do they then feel secure (against) that comes to them an overwhelming [of] punishment (of) Allah, or comes to them the Hour suddenly while they (do) not perceive?

   ghishāwatan   (1)

Have you seen (he) who takes (as) his god his desire and lets him go astray Allah on knowingly, and He sets a seal upon his hearing and his heart and puts over his vision a veil? Then who will guide him from after Allah? Then will not you receive admonition?

   ghishāwatun   (1)

Has set a seal Allah on their hearts and on their hearing, and on their vision (is) a veil. And for them (is) a punishment great.

   ghashā   (1)

So covered them what covered.

   ghashiyahum   (2)

Then followed them Firaun with his forces, but covered them from the sea what covered them

And when covers them a wave like canopies, they call Allah, (being) sincere to Him (in) religion. But when He delivers them to the land then among them (some are) moderate. And not deny Our Signs except every traitor ungrateful.

   ghawāshin   (1)

For them of (the) Hell (is) a bed and from over them coverings. And thus We recompense the wrongdoers.

   fa-aghshaynāhum   (1)

And We have made from (from) between their hands a barrier and from behind them a barrier. and We covered them, so they (do) not see.

   faghashāhā   (1)

So covered them what covered.

   faghashiyahum   (1)

Then followed them Firaun with his forces, but covered them from the sea what covered them

   wa-is'taghshaw   (1)

And indeed, I every time, I invited them that You may forgive them, they put their fingers in their ears and covered themselves (with) their garments and persisted and were arrogant (with) pride.

   wataghshā   (1)

Their garments of tar, and will cover their faces the Fire.

   yastaghshūna   (1)

No doubt! They fold up their breasts that they may hide from Him. Surely, when they cover (themselves) (with) their garments, He knows what they conceal and what they reveal. Indeed, He (is) All-Knower of what (is in) the breasts.

   yaghshāhu   (1)

Or (is) like (the) darkness[es] in a sea deep, covers it a wave, (from) on it a wave, (from) on it a cloud, darkness[es] some of it on others. When he puts out his hand not hardly he (can) see it. And (for) whom not (has) made Allah for him a light, then not for him (is) any light.

   yaghshāhā   (1)

And the night when it covers it,

   yaghshāhumu   (1)

On (the) Day will cover them the punishment from above them and from below their feet, and He will say, "Taste what you used (to) do."

   yughashīkumu   (1)

When He covered you with [the] slumber, a security from Him, and sent down upon you from the sky water, so that He may purify you with it, and take away from you evil (suggestions) (of) the Shaitaan. And to strengthen [on] your hearts and make firm with it your feet.

   yaghshā   (5)

When covered the Lote Tree what covers,

When covered the Lote Tree what covers,

Enveloping the people. This (will be) a punishment painful.

By the night when it covers,

Then He sent down upon you from after the distress security - slumber overcoming a group of you, while a group certainly worried [them] (about) themselves thinking about Allah other than the truth - (the) thought (of) [the] ignorance. saying, "Is (there) for us from the matter any thing?" Say, "Indeed the matter all (of) it (is) for Allah." They hide in themselves what not they reveal to you, They say, "If was for us from the matter anything not we would have been killed here." Say, "If you were in your houses, surely (would have) come out those who - was decreed upon them [the] death towards their places of death. And that might test Allah what (is) in your breasts and that He may purge what (is) in your hearts. And Allah (is) All-Aware of what (is in) the breasts.

   yugh'shā   (1)

Miserly towards you. But when comes the fear, you see them looking at you, revolving their eyes like one who faints (on him) from [the] death. But when departs the fear, they smite you with tongues sharp miserly towards the good. Those - not they have believed, so made worthless Allah their deeds. And is that for Allah easy.

   yugh'shī   (1)

Indeed, your Lord (is) Allah the One Who created the heavens and the earth in six epochs, then He ascended on the Throne. He covers the night (with) the day seeking it rapidly and the sun and the moon and the stars - subjected by His command. Unquestionably for Him (is) the creation and the command, blessed (is) Allah, Lord (of) the worlds.

And He (is) the One Who spread the earth, and placed in it firm mountains and rivers, and from all (of) the fruits He made in it pairs two. He covers the night (with) the day. Indeed, in that surely (are) Signs for a people who ponder.

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