Root: ك و ى

Words from this Root in the Grand Qur’ān:

a) Total occurrences: 1  Verb Form-I

Lane Lexicon: He (a veterinary, and any other, TA) cauterized him; i. e. burned his skin; with an iron, and the like: (K:) or he burned him with fire.

  • Severe torment is in wait for them; the day the warmth becomes broiling upon gold and silver in the scorching Hell-Prison whereby their foreheads, and their flanks, and their backs will get branded-marked

  • They will be told: "This is what you people treasured for your selves, therefore, enjoy the taste of that which you kept treasuring." [9:35]

Root: ذ و ق; ك ن ز



 Prefixed conjunction فَ which shows cause/reason and effect + Verb: Imperfect; third person; singular; feminine; Passive; Mood: Indicative;  مصدر-كَىٌّ Verbal noun. (1)9:35=1

                        حرف فَ +  فعل مضارع مبنى للمجهول-مرفوع بالضمة المقدرة على الياء لثقل/صيغة:واحد مؤنث غائب