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Our dear Taj and cherry picking time

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 13, 2008 at 15:48

Our dear Taj rabina yu3limuhu qawa3ed al-lugha al-3arabiya wrote this little gem and you think that I forgot about you>

الْقُدُّوسُ السَّلَامُ

This is what you just posted al-quddus al-salam. What ever that is Right?

>One of Allah's 99 Names is "As Salaam"...

Mash'allah ya roh baba the first word is alif lam qaf dal with a shadda so it is dal and another dal and a waw and then a seen or

al-Quduus

The second wrod is alif lam seen lam alif and meem or

al-Salaam

But Pakistanis for reasons that I do not understand have no clue about al al-ta3reef

>do a google search...

About what? About yout total ignorance?

>you will find the rendering As Salaam far outnumbers any rendering of the incorrect "al Salaam"...

So it does. Most of those who do not transliterate it as al-salaam are either Pakistanis like you who knows no Arabic or Arabs that flunked their Arabic nahw classes.. And shame on you for debating the obvious

>Third, you stated that shamsiyah is the arabic word for "umbrella"...

Yes and if you have Wortabet dictionary you will find such word on page 390B

umbrella n. shamsiyah

So are we talking about a sahmisyah or umbrella here? see what happens when you become the slave of a foreign language and culture and when you pretend to know when you do not really know?

>actually you are making a half-statement which indicates you are an arabic greenhorn...

Really? and what have statement?

>the word you are looking for is parasol -used for shade, which in arabic is shamsiyatal malwnat...

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic what on earth is this? and let me fix your bogus transliteration:

shamsiyat al-malwanat

But this would make it plural so are we talikng about umbrellas now our dear Taj?

Now let us see a parasol means in Arabic a language that you do not know is: shamsyia saghira (Wortabet page 274B) or a small shamsiya. Your Arabic and your claim is bogus

And the word shade means dhil see (Wortabet page 337B) so what on earth is malwnat? You are and you must pardon me ignorant and you cannot be an Arab and your Arabic is poor

>Shamsiyah means "from/of the sun"

Really? We are talking about the term lam shamsiya and in Arabic grammar a language, that you do not understand but have the audacity and the plain chutzpah to think that you know, stands for not vocalizing the lam in al al-ta3reef period. This is what it means. Now do you get it?

Stick to Urdu, but wait your Allah knows no Urdu

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