Root: ل و ت

Words from this Root in the Grand Qur’ān: 

a) No of constructions: 1 Verb Form-I

Proper Noun: 1

Lane Lexicon: He told, narrated, or gave an account of, a thing different from that respecting which he was asked.

laat(a) is a classical, unimportant, negative particle that has very limited uses. Although it is a particle and not an incomplete verb, it works like lays(a) (requires an adverb in the accusative case following it); but there are limitations to how it is used:


  • And many a civilizations before them in human history Our Majesty have annihilated

  • Whereupon they called [declaring themselves believers] and that turning was no escape/of benefit at that moment. [38:03]


Negation (1)38:03=1 



Proper Noun

  • [He has seen the greatest signs of his Sustainer Lord] Have you people then factually seen Al-Lat and Al-Uzza [53:19]


Proper Noun: feminine; Accusative. (1)53:19=1  

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