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Jiim-Dal-Lam
General Root Meaning
To twist something firmly, make something firm or strong or compact, become hard and strong, contend or litigate in an altercation/dispute vehemently or violently, throw someone down, according to later usage (of the lawyers) to compare evidences [in a discussion with another person or other persons] in order that it might appear which of those evidences was preponderant, compete in disputation or contention and in striving to overcome [thereby], build or construct, rule a thing with lines [such as a book is ruled round a page].
   atujādilūnanī   (1)

7:71
He said, "Verily has fallen upon you from your Lord punishment and anger. Do you dispute with me concerning names you have named them - you and your forefathers not (has) sent down Allah for it any authority? Then wait, indeed, I am with you of the ones who wait.

   tujādilu   (1)

16:111
(On) the Day (when) will come every soul pleading for itself, and will be paid in full every soul what it did and they (will) not be wronged.

   tujādil   (1)

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

   tujādiluka   (1)

58:1
Indeed, has heard Allah (the) speech (of one) who disputes with you concerning her husband and she directs her complaint to Allah. And Allah hears (the) dialogue of both of you. Indeed, Allah (is) All-Hearer, All-Seer.

   tujādilū   (1)

29:46
And (do) not argue (with the) People (of) the Book except by which [it] (is) best, except those who (do) wrong among them, and say, "We believe in that (which) has been revealed to us and was revealed to you. And our God and your God (is) One, and we to Him submit."

   jādaltum   (1)

4:109
Here you are - those who [you] argue for them in the life (of) the world, but who will argue (with) Allah for them (on the) Day (of) [the] Resurrection or who will be [over them] (their) defender.

   jādaltanā   (1)

11:32
They said, "O Nuh! Indeed, you disputed with us and you (have been) frequent (in) dispute with us. So bring us what you threaten us (with), if you are of the truthful."

   jādalūka   (1)

22:68
And if they argue (with) you then say, "Allah (is) most knowing of what you do.

   jidāla   (1)

2:197
(For) the Hajj (are) months well known, then whoever undertakes therein the Hajj then no sexual relations and no wickedness and no quarrelling during the Hajj. And whatever you do of good knows it Allah. And take provision, (but) indeed, (the) best provision (is) righteousness. And fear Me, O men (of) understanding!

   jidālanā   (1)

11:32
They said, "O Nuh! Indeed, you disputed with us and you (have been) frequent (in) dispute with us. So bring us what you threaten us (with), if you are of the truthful."

   jadalan   (2)

43:58
And they said, "Are our gods better or he?" Not they present it to you except (for) argument. Nay, they (are) a people argumentative.

18:54
And certainly, We have explained in this the Quran for mankind of every example. But is the man (in) most things quarrelsome.

   liyujādilūkum   (1)

6:121
And (do) not eat of that, not has been mentioned (the) name (of) Allah on it, and indeed, it (is) grave disobedience. And indeed, the devils inspire to their friends so that they dispute with you, and if you obey them, indeed, you (would) be the polytheists.

   wajādil'hum   (1)

16:125
Call to (the) way (of) your Lord with the wisdom and the instruction the good, and discuss with them in that which (is) best. Indeed, your Lord, He (is) most knowing of who has strayed from His way, And He (is) most knowing of the guided ones.

   wajādalū   (1)

40:5
Denied before them (the) people (of) Nuh and the factions from after them, and plotted every nation against their Messenger, to seize him, and they disputed by falsehood to refute thereby the truth. So I seized them. Then how was My penalty?

   wayujādilu   (1)

18:56
And not We send the Messengers except (as) bearers of glad tidings and (as) warners. And dispute those who disbelieve with falsehood, to refute thereby the truth. And they take My Verses and what they are warned (in) ridicule.

   yujādilu   (3)

40:4
Not dispute concerning (the) Verses (of) Allah except those who disbelieve, so (let) not deceive you their movement in the cities.

22:3
And among the mankind (is he) who disputes concerning Allah without knowledge and follows every devil rebellious.

22:8
And among mankind (is he) who disputes concerning Allah without any knowledge and not any guidance and not a Book enlightening,

31:20
Do not you see that Allah has subjected to you whatever (is) in the heavens and whatever (is) in the earth and amply bestowed upon you His Bounties apparent and hidden? But of the people (is he) who disputes about Allah without knowledge, and not guidance and not a book enlightening.

4:109
Here you are - those who [you] argue for them in the life (of) the world, but who will argue (with) Allah for them (on the) Day (of) [the] Resurrection or who will be [over them] (their) defender.

   yujādilunā   (1)

11:74
And when (had) gone away from Ibrahim the fright, and had reached him the glad tidings, he argued with Us, concerning the people of Lut.

   yujādilūna   (1)

13:13
And glorifies the thunder with his praise - and the Angels for fear of Him. And He sends the thunderbolts and strikes with it whom He wills, yet they dispute about Allah. And He (is) Mighty (in) Strength.

40:35
Those who dispute concerning (the) Signs (of) Allah without any authority (having) come to them, (it) is greatly hateful near Allah and near those who believe. Thus sets a seal Allah over every heart (of) an arrogant tyrant."

40:56
Indeed, those who dispute concerning (the) Signs (of) Allah without any authority (which) came to them, not (is) in their breasts but greatness, not they (can) reach it. So seek refuge in Allah. Indeed He, He (is) the All-Hearer the All-Seer.

40:69
Do not you see [to] those who dispute concerning (the) Signs (of) Allah? How they are turned away?

42:35
And may know those who dispute concerning Our Signs (that) not for them any place of refuge.

   yujādilūnaka   (2)

6:25
And among them (are those) who listen to you, but We have placed over their hearts coverings lest they understand it, and in their ears deafness. And if they see every sign not they will believe in it. Until, when they come to you and argue with you say those who disbelieved, "Not (is) this but (the) tales (of) the former (people)."

8:6
They dispute with you concerning the truth after what was made clear, as if they were driven to [the] death while they (were) looking.

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