The Qur'aan Lexicographical Model (2)
Can you imagine this- that the language with the largest vocabulary in the world (including English though others say differently) can be reduced to a singular program of five simple verbal patterns that produces:
007 056 (seven thousand and fifty six ) of nine forms of bi-literal (of two letters) verbal roots of the past tense;
065 856 (sixty five thousand eight hundred and fifty six) of three forms of tri-literal (of three letters) verbal roots of the past tense;
614 656 (six hundred and fourteen thousand six hundred and fifty six) of one form of quadri-literal (of four letters) verbal roots of the past tense;
687 568 (six hundred and eighty seven thousand five hundred and sixty eight) in total verbal roots of the past tense.
Then the bi-literal and tri-literal verbal roots of the past tense extend into another fourteen further extensions and dimensions producing another 1093 680 (one million and ninety three thousand six hundred and eighty) verbs of various shades of determined and calculated meaning.
The bi-literal and tri-literal verbal roots of the past tense extend into four further extensions and dimensions producing another 2 458 624 (two million four hundred and fifty eight thousand six hundred and twenty four) verbs of various shades of determined and calculated meaning.
How is it possible that such a thing could have emerged or evolved from the mind of man (and/or woman).
The Qur'aan says that of all the languages ALLAAH himself designed he chose the Arabic language that he placed and preserved in the hearts and minds of the barbaric people of Arabia so that when the time is right His symbols would become perfectly explainable to the world. The Qur'aan states that no other language in the world completely fulfills that need; only Arabic.
Here is Fig. 002
The Dimensions of The Triliteral Verb Nr. 001
The above so far are but two parts of a thousand page program of the Arabic language that generates about a million books of the structure of the language. Does the language of the Qur'aan sound like a barbaric and uncivilized language. You have seen nothing yet.
To be continued inshaa allaah.
Edited by al-amiyr, 13 November 2012 - 08:36 PM.