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ا ذ ى
Alif-Thal-Ya
General Root Meaning
he was or became annoyed/molested/hurt, experience/suffer what is disagreeable, state of annoyance.
   ādhaw   (1)

33:69
O you who believe! (Do) not be like those who abused Musa then cleared him Allah of what they said. And he was near Allah honorable.

   ādhaytumūnā   (1)

14:12
And what (is) for us that not we put our trust upon Allah, while certainly He has guided us to our ways? And surely we will bear with p on what harm you may cause us. And upon Allah so let put (their) trust the ones who put (their) trust

   adhāhum   (1)

33:48
And (do) not obey the disbelievers and the hypocrites, and disregard their harm, and put your trust in Allah. And sufficient is Allah (as) a Trustee.

   adhan   (7)

2:263
A word kind and (seeking) forgiveness (are) better than a charity followed [it] (by) hurt. And Allah (is) All-Sufficient, All-Forbearing.

2:222
And they ask you about [the] menstruation. Say, "It (is) a hurt, so keep away (from) [the] women during (their) [the] menstruation. And (do) not approach them until they are cleansed Then when they are purified, then come to them from where has ordered you Allah." Indeed, Allah loves those who turn in repentance and loves those who purify themselves.

3:111
Never will they harm you except a hurt. And if they fight you, they will turn (towards) you the backs, then not they will be helped.

2:196
And complete the Hajj and the Umrah for Allah. And if you are held back then (offer) whatever (can be) obtained with ease of the sacrificial animal. And (do) not shave your heads until reaches the sacrificial animal (to) its destination. Then whoever is among you ill or he (has) an ailment of his head then a ransom of fasting or charity or sacrifice. Then when you are secure then whoever took advantage of the Umrah followed (by) the Hajj, then (offer) whatever (can be) obtained with ease of the sacrificial animal. But whoever (can) not find - then a fast (of) three days during the Hajj and seven (days) when you return. This (is) ten (days) in all. That (is) for (the one) whose, not is his family present (near) Al-Masjid Al-Haraam. And fear Allah and know that Allah (is) severe (in) retribution.

4:102
And when you are among them and you lead for them the prayer, then let stand a group of them with you and let them take their arms. Then when they have prostrated, then let them be from behind you and let come (forward) a group - other, (which has) not prayed, and let them pray with you and let them take their precautions and their arms. Wished those who disbelieved if you neglect [about] your arms and your baggage so (that) they (can) assault [upon] you (in) an attack, single. But (there is) no blame upon you if was with you any trouble (because) of rain or you are sick that you lay down your arms, but take your precautions. Indeed, Allah has prepared for the disbelievers a punishment humiliating.

2:262
Those who spend their wealth in (the) way (of) Allah then not they follow what they spend (with) reminders of generosity and not hurt - for them their reward (is) with their Lord, and (there will be) no fear on them and not they will grieve.

3:186
You will certainly be tested in your wealth and yourselves. And you will certainly hear from those who were given the Book from before you and from those who associate partners with Allah hurtful things many, and if you are patient and fear (Allah) then indeed, that (is) of the matters (of) determination.

   ūdhiya   (1)

29:10
And of the people (is he) who says, "We believe in Allah." But when he is harmed in (the Way of) Allah he considers (the) trial (of) the people as (the) punishment (of) Allah. But if comes victory from your Lord, surely they say, "Indeed, we were with you." Is not Allah most knowing of what (is) in (the) breasts (of) the worlds?

   ūdhīnā   (1)

7:129
They said, "We have been harmed from before [that] you came to us and from after [what] you have come to us." He said, "Perhaps your Lord [that] will destroy your enemy and make you successors in the earth, then see how you will do."

   tu'dhū   (1)

33:53
O you who believe! (Do) not enter (the) houses (of) the Prophet except when permission is given to you for a meal, without awaiting its preparation. But when you are invited, then enter; and when you have eaten, then disperse and not seeking to remain for a conversation. Indeed, that was troubling the Prophet, and he is shy of (dismissing) you. But Allah not is shy of the truth. And when you ask them (for) anything then ask them from behind a screen. That (is) purer for your hearts and their hearts. And not is for you that you trouble (the) Messenger (of) Allah and not that you should marry his wives from after him, ever. Indeed, that is near Allah an enormity.

   tu'dhūnanī   (1)

61:5
And when said Musa to his people, "O my people! Why do you hurt me while certainly you know that I am (the) Messenger (of) Allah to you?" Then when they deviated, (was caused to) deviate Allah their hearts. And Allah (does) not guide the people, the defiantly disobedient.

   faādhūhumā   (1)

4:16
And the two who commit it among you, then punish both of them. But if they repent and correct themselves, then turn away from both of them. Indeed, Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most-Merciful.

   waūdhū   (2)

6:34
And surely were rejected Messengers from before you, but they were patient over what they were rejected and they were harmed until came to them Our help. And no one (can) alter (the) words (of) Allah, and surely has come to you from of (the) news (of) the Messengers.

3:195
Then responded to them their Lord, "Indeed, I (will) not (let go) waste deeds (of the) doer among you [from] (whether) male or female each of you from (the) other. So those who emigrated and were driven out from their homes, and were harmed in My way and fought and were killed - surely I (will) remove from them their evil deeds and surely I will admit them (to) Gardens flowing from underneath them the rivers - a reward from [near] Allah. And Allah - with Him (is the) best reward."

   wal-adhā   (1)

2:264
O you who believe[d]! (Do) not render in vain your charities with reminders (of it) or [the] hurt, like the one who spends his wealth (to) be seen (by) the people, and (does) not believe in Allah and the Day [the] Last. Then his example (is) like (that of a) smooth rock upon it (is) dust, then fell on it heavy rain, then left it bare. Not they have control on anything of what they (have) earned. And Allah (does) not guide the people [the] disbelieving.

   yu'dhūna   (3)

33:57
Indeed, those who annoy Allah and His Messenger, has cursed them Allah in the world and the Hereafter and prepared for them a punishment humiliating.

33:58
And those who harm the believing men and the believing women for other than what they have earned, then certainly, they bear false accusation and sin manifest.

9:61
And among them (are) those who hurt the Prophet and they say, "He is (all) ear." Say, "An ear (of) goodness for you, he believes in Allah, and believes the believers, and (is) a mercy to those who believe among you." And those who hurt (the) Messenger (of) Allah, for them (is) a punishment painful.

9:61
And among them (are) those who hurt the Prophet and they say, "He is (all) ear." Say, "An ear (of) goodness for you, he believes in Allah, and believes the believers, and (is) a mercy to those who believe among you." And those who hurt (the) Messenger (of) Allah, for them (is) a punishment painful.

   yu'dhī   (1)

33:53
O you who believe! (Do) not enter (the) houses (of) the Prophet except when permission is given to you for a meal, without awaiting its preparation. But when you are invited, then enter; and when you have eaten, then disperse and not seeking to remain for a conversation. Indeed, that was troubling the Prophet, and he is shy of (dismissing) you. But Allah not is shy of the truth. And when you ask them (for) anything then ask them from behind a screen. That (is) purer for your hearts and their hearts. And not is for you that you trouble (the) Messenger (of) Allah and not that you should marry his wives from after him, ever. Indeed, that is near Allah an enormity.

   yu'dhayna   (1)

33:59
O Prophet! Say to your wives and your daughters and (the) women (of) the believers to draw over themselves [of] their outer garments. That (is) more suitable that they should be known and not harmed. And is Allah Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.

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