a grave torment


First occurrence:

  • Allah the Exalted has sealed the wraps upon their hearts-intellectual consciousness and upon their faculty of listening - acoustic faculty.

 

  • Know it, a veil extends upon their faculties of observation - optical faculty.

  • Be mindful, a grave torment is in waitprepared for them [on the Day of Resurrection]. [2:07]

Syntactic analysis and explanation of Ayah

: Adjectival Phrase: Noun: Indefinite; Singular; Masculine; Nominative and Adjective resembling participle (الصفة المشبهة) on فَعِيْلٌ  measure [عَظْمَةٌ base]: Indefinite; Singular; Masculine; Nominative.

Root: ع ذ بSemantic Domain:  PainUnpleasant sensory and emotional experiences.

It is a complex domain of human experience since it is subjective by nature. There is no direct access to the pain sensations felt by others. The only way to share one's pain is to associate it with verbalization.

The root incorporates in its ambit all sorts of corporal inflictions that are to varying degree and intensity unpleasant, annoying, disagreeable and discomforting and in extreme case harmfulcausing physical impairment.

: (1)2:07(2)3:176(3)16:106(4)24:23(5)45:10=5

: Adjectival Phrase: Recurrence: (1)2:07(2)2:114(3)3:105(4)5:41(5)8:68(6)16:94(7)16:106(8)24:11(9)24:23=9

(1)3:176 (2)5:33(3)24:14(4)45:10=4

 

  • Allah the Exalted has sealed the wraps upon their hearts-intellectual consciousness and upon their faculty of listening - acoustic faculty.

 

  • Know it, a veil extends upon their faculties of observation - optical faculty.

  • Be mindful, a grave torment is in waitprepared for them [on the Day of Resurrection]. [2:07]


Progressive number of grammatical units: =   + 13