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دنيء mean lowly

Reader comment on item: Developments in Syria and Turkey
in response to reader comment: Adna means Nearest! And half knowledge is damn dangerous

Submitted by Guardian of Deen (United Arab Emirates), Jun 25, 2013 at 00:57

WAIT, not so fast, you forgot أدنا

there are differences between أدنا and أدنى

This is to inform you that all translator are confused, and confusing the readers, because they use everything as أدنى while they never used once أدنا

in Arabic that you think you know, but I am sure you don't and cannot compete with me

أدنا - means nearer, داني and دنو - All from the word أدنا

ادنى - mean lower and from this word is دنيء like yourself and دانية such as دانية قطوفها which means its fruits is lowered down

and the logic from the verse tell us (if you know logic - which I doubt) is the lowest point which everybody knows it is the DEAD SEA area, while nearer does not really indicate any place

get lost and look for another trade


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