the omissions, misdoings of you people

Possessive Phrase: Noun: Definite; plural; feminine; accusative + Possessive Pronoun: Second person; masculine; plural, in genitive state.

 الإِضَافَةُ-اسم :منصوب جمع مكسر مؤنث/مضاف + ضمير متصل-جمع مذكرحاضر في محل جر-مضاف إليه

  Root: خ ط ء

Recurrence: (1)2:58(2) 29:12=2  

  • And recall when Our Majesty had said: "You people enter this (walled) town/city for sojourn

  • Thereat, you people eat of the plenty therein wherever you wished.

  • Moreover, you people enter the gate as humble people-in humility posture

  • And while entering the door you people pronounce praying, " We beg forgiveness":

  • Our Majesty would like to forgive-overlook for you people about your omissions.

  • Be assured, Our Majesty will keep increasing blessings for those who conduct moderately, gracefully and generously". [2:58]


  • And those who have disavowed said for [to] those who have accepted/believed, "You physically follow our path and let us carry/uplift your omissions and shortcomings";

  • While they are not the carriers from the omissions and shortcomings of them of any sort.

  • Undoubtedly they are certainly the liars. [29:12]