Beginning is with Allah's personal name Ar'Reh'maan Who is The Fountain of Infinite Mercy.









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Root: ت ن ر

The Geyser

Words from this Root in the Grand Qur'aan:

a) Total occurrences:  2

b) No of constructions: 1

: It denotes a kind of oven, open and narrow at the top and wide at the bottom; in the bottom of which fire is lighted, and in which the bread, in the form of flat cakes is generally stuck on the sides for baking. This is also made in the same shape by making a hole in the earth. This is a sort of brazier. The Grand Qur'aan has, however, exposed its meanings by using it in the scene of actual happenings.

  • And you skillfully make the ship while Our Majesty is watching and are communicating Our verbal instructions; [11:37]


[they kept mocking] Till the time Our Command reached and the particular "Geyser" of area abruptly gushed forth; [Refer 11:40]

: It is definite noun, well known to the People of area and Noah alahissalam was informed in advance the purpose and objective of constructing the wooden ship:

  • We had told him: "Upload in the ship every pairing of plants and mammals that you have;

  • And embark your family members except the one male-non believing son, for whom the word has preceded/decreed; and embark whoever has accepted/believed."

  • Know it, except a small number, people did not believe along with him. [11:40]


He was advised to upload each pair of available plants/mammals and his household and believers once the: [the subject of the preceding verb] had: turbulently gushed forth. He was further told that the remaining wrongdoers and conjecturers of his nation will be drowned. People get drowned in water. It is thus visible to us also that: was a well known "Geyser"-the brazier of their area which used to gush forth water. This is quite interesting to note that the act done by this Subject as signified by the verb  is the actual meanings of what is called "Geyser"-which comes from Geysir, the name of an erupting spring at Haukadalur, Iceland; that name, in turn, comes from the Icelandic verb geysa, "to gush" [Wikipdia: Geyser]. 

[credit: Wikipedia-with thanks]

Grand Qur'aan informs:

We have not neglected mention a relevant thing in the Book: Grand Qur'aan.  [Refer 6:38]

1 Noun: Definite; singular; masculine; nominative. (1)11:40(2)23:27=2

                                                                                                                  اسم :معرفہ باللام-مرفوع-واحد مذكر


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