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Dal-Kh-Lam
General Root Meaning
to enter, got in, passed, to penetrate, breach, break through, invade, come upon, visit, intrude, meddle, insert, introduce, to participate/commence/include/take part, it became comprehended/comprised in it, mix/intermingle.
Have intercourse with, go into (one's wife).
Income/revenue/profit.
confused/badness/unsound/corrupt, vice, deceit/guile/circumvention.
A select group of close associates.
A place of entrance, gate, ingoing, instrument allowing entrance, key.
Guest.

Dakhala (prf. 3rd. p.m. sing.): He entered.
Dakhalat (prf. 3rd. p. f. sing.): She entered.
Dakhaluu (prf. 3rd. p.m. plu.): They entered.
Dakhalta (prf. 2nd. m. sing.): Thou entered
Dakhaltu (prf. 2nd. m. plu.): You entered.
Yadkhula (imp. 3rd. p.m. sing.): He enters.
Tadkhuluunna (imp. 2nd. p.m. plu. emp.): You certainly shall enter.
Yadkhuluu/Yadkhuluuna (acc. /imp. 3rd. p.m. plu.): They enter.
Udkhul (prt. 2nd. p.m. sing.): Enter.
Udkhulaa (prt. 2nd. p.m. dual.): You two enter.
Udkhulii (prt. 2nd. p.f. sing.): You f. enter.
Adkhalnaa (prt. 1st. p. plu. IV.): We caused to enter.
Yudkhilu/Yudkhil (imp. 3rd. m. sing. IV.): He causes to enter, will cause to enter.
Udkhilanna (imp. 1st. p. sing. emp. IV.): I certainly will cause to enter.
Nudkhil (imp. 1st. p. plu. IV.): We will cause to enter.
Adkhil (prt. 2nd. p.m. sing. parayer.): Cause to enter, put in
Udkhila (pp. 3rd. p.m. sing.): He is made to enter.
Udkhiluu (pp. 3rd. p.m. plu.): They were made to enter.
Yudkhalu (pp. 3rd. p.m. plu.): He shall be made to enter.
Dakhalun (n.): Means of discord and to deceive.
Muddakhal (n. of place.): Retreating place; place to enter.
Mudkhal (v.n.):
Daakhiliin/Daakhiluun (acc. pic. m. plu.): Entering men.
   adkhil'nī   (1)

17:80
And say, "My Lord! Cause me to enter an entrance sound, and cause me to an exit sound and make for me from near You an authority helping."

   adkhilū   (1)

40:46
The Fire; they are exposed to it morning and evening. And (the) Day (will be) established the Hour, "Cause to enter (the) people (of) Firaun (in the) severest punishment."

   ud'khuli   (1)

36:26
It was said, "Enter Paradise." He said, "I wish my people knew

   ud'khulā   (1)

66:10
presents Allah an example for those who disbelieved - (the) wife (of) Nuh (and the) wife (of) Lut. They were under two [slaves] of Our slaves righteous, but they both betrayed them, so not they availed, both of them, from Allah (in) anything, and it was said, "Enter the Fire with those who enter."

   ud'khulū   (1)

2:58
And when We said, "Enter this town, then eat from wherever you wish[ed] abundantly, and enter the gate prostrating. And say, "Repentance, We will forgive for you your sins. And We will increase the good-doers (in reward)."

2:208
O you who believe[d]! Enter in Islam completely, and (do) not follow footsteps (of) the Shaitaan. Indeed, he (is) for you an enemy open.

4:154
And We raised over them the mount for their covenant, and We said to them, "Enter the gate, prostrating." And We said to them. "(Do) not transgress in the Sabbath." And We took from them a covenant solemn.

5:21
"O my people! Enter the land the Holy which has ordained Allah for you and (do) not turn on your backs, then you will turn back (as) losers."

5:23
Said two men from those who feared (Allah), had Favored Allah [on] both of them, "Enter upon them (through) the gate then when you have entered it then indeed, you (will be) victorious. And upon Allah then put your trust if you are believers.

7:38
He (will) say, "Enter among (the) nations (who) passed away from before you of the jinn and the men in the Fire." Every time entered a nation it cursed its sister (nation) until when they had overtaken one another in it all, (will) say (the) last of them about the first of them, "Our Lord, these misled us so give them punishment double of the Fire." He (will) say, "For each (is) a double [and] but not you know."

7:49
Are these the ones whom you had sworn not that (will) grant them Allah Mercy? "Enter Paradise. (There will be) no fear upon you and not you will grieve."

12:99
Then when they entered upon Yusuf, he took to himself his parents and said, "Enter Egypt if wills Allah, safe."

16:32
Those whom take them in death the Angels (when they are) pure saying, "Peace (be) upon you. Enter Paradise for what you used (to) do."

27:18
Until, when they came to (the) valley (of) the ants, said an ant, "O ants! Enter your dwellings not lest crush you Sulaiman and his hosts while they not perceive."

39:72
It will be said, "Enter (the) gates (of) Hell (to) abide eternally therein, and wretched is (the) abode (of) the arrogant."

40:76
Enter (the) gates (of) Hell (to) abide forever in it, and wretched is (the) abode (of) the arrogant."

43:70
Enter Paradise, you and your spouses delighted."

   ud'khulūhā   (1)

15:46
"Enter it in peace, secure."

50:34
Enter it in peace. That (is) a Day (of) Eternity."

   ud'khulī   (1)

27:44
It was said to her, "Enter the palace." Then when she saw it, she thought it (was) a pool, and she uncovered [on] her shins. He said, "Indeed, it (is) a palace made smooth of glass." She said, "My Lord, indeed, I [I] have wronged myself, and I submit with Sulaiman to Allah, (the) Lord (of) the worlds."

   l-dākhilīna   (1)

66:10
presents Allah an example for those who disbelieved - (the) wife (of) Nuh (and the) wife (of) Lut. They were under two [slaves] of Our slaves righteous, but they both betrayed them, so not they availed, both of them, from Allah (in) anything, and it was said, "Enter the Fire with those who enter."

   tud'khili   (1)

3:192
Our Lord, indeed [You] whom You admit (to) the Fire then surely You (have) disgraced him, and not for the wrongdoers (are) any helpers.

   tadkhulū   (3)

12:67
And he said, "O my sons! (Do) not enter from gate one, but enter from gates different. And not I can avail you against Allah any thing. Not (is) the decision except with Allah, upon Him I put my trust and upon Him, let put (their) trust the ones who put trust."

24:27
O you who believe! (Do) not enter houses other (than) your houses until you have asked permission and you have greeted [on] its inhabitants. That (is) best for you so that you may pay heed.

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.

24:29
Not upon you (is) any blame that you enter houses not inhabited, in it (is) a provision for you. And Allah knows what you reveal and what you conceal.

2:214
Or (do) you think that you will enter Paradise while not (has) come to you like (came to) those who passed away from before you? Touched them [the] adversity and [the] hardship, and they were shaken until said the Messenger and those who believed with him, "When [will] (the) help (of) Allah (come) Unquestionably, [Indeed] help (of) Allah (is) near.

3:142
Or do you think that you will enter Paradise while has not yet made evident Allah those who strove hard among you and made evident the steadfast.

   tadkhulūhā   (1)

24:28
But if not you find in it anyone, then (do) not enter it until permission has been given to you. And if it is said to you "Go back," then go back; it (is) purer for you. And Allah of what you do (is) All-Knower.

   dākhilūna   (1)

5:22
They said, "O Musa! Indeed, in it (are) people (of) tyrannical strength and indeed, we never will enter it until they leave from it, and if they leave [from] it then certainly we (will) enter (it)."

   dakhala   (2)

3:37
So accepted her, her Lord with acceptance good, and reared her - a rearing good, and put her in (the) care (of) Zakariya. Whenever entered upon her Zakariya [the] prayer chamber he found with her provision. He said, "O Maryam! From where for you (is) this?" She said, "This (is) from Allah. Indeed, Allah gives provision (to) whom He wills without measure."

71:28
My Lord! Forgive me and my parents, and whoever enters my house - a believer and the believing men and the believing women. And (do) not increase the wrongdoers except (in) destruction."

   dakhalan   (1)

16:92
And (do) not be like her who untwists her spun yarn from after strength (into) untwisted strands; you take your oaths (as) a deception between you, because is a community [it] more numerous than (another) community. Only, tests you Allah by it. And He will make clear to you (on) the Day (of) the Resurrection, what you used (to) in it differ.

16:94
And (do) not take your oaths (as) a deception between you, lest, should slip a foot after it is firmly planted, and you would taste the evil for what you hindered from (the) way (of) Allah and for you (is) a punishment great.

   dakhalat   (1)

7:38
He (will) say, "Enter among (the) nations (who) passed away from before you of the jinn and the men in the Fire." Every time entered a nation it cursed its sister (nation) until when they had overtaken one another in it all, (will) say (the) last of them about the first of them, "Our Lord, these misled us so give them punishment double of the Fire." He (will) say, "For each (is) a double [and] but not you know."

   dakhalta   (1)

18:39
And why (did you) not, when you entered your garden say, "What wills Allah; (there is) no power except with Allah." If you see me lesser than you (in) wealth and children,

   dukhilat   (1)

33:14
And if had been entered upon them from all its sides then they had been asked the treachery, they (would) have certainly do and not they (would) have hesitated over it except a little.

   dakhaltum   (3)

4:23
Forbidden to you (are) your mothers and your daughters and your sisters and your father's sisters and your mother's sisters and daughters (of) brothers, and daughters (of) sisters and (the) mothers who nursed you and your sisters from the nursing and mothers (of) your wives and your step daughters who (are) in your guardianship of your women whom you had relations with them, but if not you had relations with them, then (there is) no sin on you. And wives (of) your sons, those who (are) from your loins and that you gather together [between] two sisters except what has passed before. Indeed, Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most-Merciful.

24:61
Not is on the blind any blame and not on the lame any blame and not on the sick any blame and not on yourselves that you eat from your houses or houses (of) your fathers or houses (of) your mothers or houses (of) your brothers or houses (of) your sisters or houses (of) your paternal uncles or houses (of) your paternal aunts or houses (of) your maternal uncles or houses (of) your maternal aunts or what you possess its keys or your friend. Not is on you any blame that you eat together or separately. But when you enter houses then greet [on] yourselves a greeting from that Allah blessed (and) good. Thus makes clear Allah for you the Verses so that you may understand.

4:23
Forbidden to you (are) your mothers and your daughters and your sisters and your father's sisters and your mother's sisters and daughters (of) brothers, and daughters (of) sisters and (the) mothers who nursed you and your sisters from the nursing and mothers (of) your wives and your step daughters who (are) in your guardianship of your women whom you had relations with them, but if not you had relations with them, then (there is) no sin on you. And wives (of) your sons, those who (are) from your loins and that you gather together [between] two sisters except what has passed before. Indeed, Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most-Merciful.

   dakhaltumūhu   (1)

5:23
Said two men from those who feared (Allah), had Favored Allah [on] both of them, "Enter upon them (through) the gate then when you have entered it then indeed, you (will be) victorious. And upon Allah then put your trust if you are believers.

   dakhalahu   (1)

3:97
In it (are) signs clear, standing place (of) Ibrahim, and whoever enters it - is safe. And (due) to Allah upon the mankind (is) pilgrimage (of) the House (for one) who is able to [it] (find) a way. And whoever disbelieved then indeed, Allah (is) free from need of the universe.

   dakhalū   (2)

27:34
She said, "Indeed, the kings, when they enter a town they ruin it and make (the) most honorable (of) its people (the) lowest. And thus they do.

5:61
And when they come to you they say, "We believe." But certainly they entered with disbelief and they certainly went out with it. And Allah knows best [of] what they were hiding.

12:68
And when they entered from where ordered them their father, not it avail(ed) them against Allah any thing but (it was) a need of soul Yaqub which he carried out. And indeed, he (was) a possessor (of) knowledge because We had taught him, but most (of) the people (do) not know.

12:69
And when they entered upon Yusuf, he took to himself his brother. He said, "Indeed, I [I] am your brother so (do) not grieve for what they used (to) do."

12:88
So when they entered upon him they said, "O Aziz! Has touched us and our family the adversity, and we have come with goods (of) little value, but pay (in) full to us the measure and be charitable to us. Indeed, Allah rewards the charitable."

12:99
Then when they entered upon Yusuf, he took to himself his parents and said, "Enter Egypt if wills Allah, safe."

15:52
When they entered upon him and said, "Peace." He said, "Indeed, we (are) of you afraid."

38:22
When they entered upon Dawood and he was afraid of them, they said, "(Do) not fear. (We are) two litigants, has wronged one of us to another, so judge between us in truth and (do) not be unjust and guide us to an even [the] path.

51:25
When they entered upon him and said, "Peace." He said, "Peace, a people unknown."

   dakhalūhu   (1)

17:7
If you do good, you do good for yourselves; and if you do evil, then it is for it. So when came promise the last, to sadden your faces and to enter the Masjid just as they (had) entered it first time, and to destroy what they had conquered (with) destruction.

   sanud'khiluhum   (1)

4:57
And those who believe[d] and did the good deeds We will admit them (in) Gardens flows from underneath it the rivers, will abide in it forever. For them in it (are) spouses pure, and We will admit them (in the) shade thick.

4:122
And those who believe[d] and do [the] righteous deeds We will admit them (in) Gardens flow from underneath it the rivers, will abide in it forever. A Promise (of) Allah (in) truth, and who (is) truer than Allah (in) statement?

   sayud'khiluhumu   (1)

9:99
But among the bedouins (is he) who, believes in Allah and the Day the Last, and takes what he spends (as) means of nearness with Allah and blessings (of) the Messenger. Behold! Indeed, it (is) a means of nearness for them. will admit them Allah to His Mercy. Indeed, Allah (is) Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.

   sayadkhulūna   (1)

40:60
And said your Lord, "Call upon Me; I will respond to you. Indeed, those who (are) proud to worship Me will enter Hell (in) humiliation."

   fa-ud'khilū   (1)

71:25
Because of their sins they were drowned, then made to enter (the) Fire, and not they found for themselves from besides Allah any helpers.

   fa-ud'khulū   (2)

16:29
So enter (the) gates (of) Hell (to) abide forever in it. Surely, wretched (is the) abode (of) the arrogant.

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.

   fa-ud'khulūhā   (1)

39:73
And (will) be driven those who feared their Lord, to Paradise (in) groups until when they reach it and (will) be opened its gates and (will) say to them its keepers, "Peace be upon you, you have done well, so enter it (to) abide eternally."

   fa-ud'khulī   (1)

89:29
So enter among My slaves,

   fadakhalū   (1)

12:58
And came (the) brothers (of) Yusuf and they entered upon him; and he recognized them, but they not knew him.

   fasayud'khiluhum   (1)

4:175
So as for those who believed in Allah and held fast to Him, then He will admit them in Mercy from Himself and Bounty and will guide them to Himself (on) a way, straight.

   fayud'khiluhum   (1)

45:30
Then as for those who believed and did [the] righteous deeds, will admit them their Lord in(to) His mercy. That [it] (is) the success clear.

   latadkhulunna   (1)

48:27
Certainly, has fulfilled Allah His Messenger's vision in truth. Surely, you will enter Al-Masjid Al-Haraam if wills Allah, secure, having shaved your heads and shortened, not fearing. But He knew what not you knew, and He made from besides that a victory near.

   lanud'khilannahum   (1)

29:9
And those who believe and do righteous deeds We will surely admit them among the righteous.

   liyud'khila   (2)

48:5
That He may admit the believing men and the believing women (to) Gardens flow from underneath them the rivers (to) abide forever therein, and (to) remove from them their misdeeds, and is that with Allah a success great.

48:25
They (are) those who disbelieved and hindered you from Al-Masjid Al-Haraam while the offering (was) prevented from reaching its place (of sacrifice). And if not (for) men believing and women believing not you knew them that you may trample them and would befall you from them any harm without knowledge. That may admit Allah to His Mercy whom He wills. If they had been apart surely, We would have punished those who disbelieved among them (with) a punishment painful.

   layud'khilannahum   (1)

22:59
Surely, He will admit them (to) an entrance they will be pleased (with) it And indeed, Allah surely, (is) All-Knowing, Most Forbearing.

   mud'khala   (1)

17:80
And say, "My Lord! Cause me to enter an entrance sound, and cause me to an exit sound and make for me from near You an authority helping."

   mud'khalan   (1)

4:31
If you avoid great (sins) (of) what you are forbidden from [it], We will remove from you your evil deeds and We will admit you (to) an entrance noble.

22:59
Surely, He will admit them (to) an entrance they will be pleased (with) it And indeed, Allah surely, (is) All-Knowing, Most Forbearing.

   muddakhalan   (1)

9:57
If they could find a refuge or caves or a place to enter, surely, they would turn to it, and they run wild.

   nadkhulahā   (1)

5:22
They said, "O Musa! Indeed, in it (are) people (of) tyrannical strength and indeed, we never will enter it until they leave from it, and if they leave [from] it then certainly we (will) enter (it)."

5:24
They said, O Musa! Indeed, we never will enter it, ever, for as long as they are in it. So go you and your Lord and you both fight. Indeed, we are [here] sitting."

   wa-adkhil   (1)

27:12
And enter your hand into your bosom it will come forth white from without harm. (These are) among nine signs to Firaun and his people. Indeed, they are a people defiantly disobedient."

   wa-ud'khila   (2)

3:185
Every soul (will) taste [the] death, and only you will be paid in full your reward (on the) Day (of) [the] Resurrection. Then whoever is drawn away from the Fire and admitted (to) Paradise then surely he is successful. And not (is) the life (of) the world except enjoyment (of) delusion.

14:23
And will be admitted, those who believed and did righteous deeds (to) Gardens flows from underneath it the rivers (will) abide forever in it by the permission (of) their Lord; their greetings therein (will be) peace.

   wa-adkhil'nā   (1)

7:151
He said, "O my Lord! Forgive me and my brother and admit us into Your Mercy, for You (are) the Most Merciful (of) the merciful."

   wa-adkhalnāhu   (1)

21:75
And We admitted him into Our Mercy. Indeed, he (was) of the righteous.

   wa-adkhalnāhum   (1)

21:86
And We admitted them in Our Mercy. Indeed, they (were) of the righteous.

   wa-adkhil'nī   (1)

27:19
So he smiled - laughing at her speech and said, "My Lord! Grant me (the) power that I may thank You (for) Your Favor which You have bestowed on me and on my parents and that I may do righteous (deeds), that will please You. And admit me by Your Mercy among Your slaves righteous."

   wa-adkhil'hum   (1)

40:8
Our Lord! And admit them (to) Gardens (of) Eden which You have promised them and whoever (was) righteous among their fathers and their spouses and their offspring. Indeed You, You (are) the All-Mighty, the All-Wise.

   wa-ud'khulū   (2)

2:58
And when We said, "Enter this town, then eat from wherever you wish[ed] abundantly, and enter the gate prostrating. And say, "Repentance, We will forgive for you your sins. And We will increase the good-doers (in reward)."

7:161
And when it was said to them, "Live (in) this city and eat from it wherever you wish and say, "Repentance," and enter the gate prostrating, We will forgive for you your sins. We will increase (reward) (of) the good-doers."

12:67
And he said, "O my sons! (Do) not enter from gate one, but enter from gates different. And not I can avail you against Allah any thing. Not (is) the decision except with Allah, upon Him I put my trust and upon Him, let put (their) trust the ones who put trust."

   wa-ud'khulī   (1)

89:30
And enter My Paradise."

   wadakhala   (2)

12:36
And entered with him (in) the prison two young men. Said one of them, "Indeed, I [I] see myself pressing wine." And said the other, "Indeed, I [I] see myself [I am] carrying over my head bread, (were) eating the birds from it. Inform us of its interpretation; indeed, we [we] see you of the good-doers."

18:35
And he entered his garden while he (was) unjust to himself. He said, "Not I think that will perish this ever.

28:15
And he entered the city at a time (of) inattention of its people and found therein two men fighting each other; this of his party and this of his enemy. And called him for help the one who (was) from his party against the one who (was) from his enemy, so struck him with his fist Musa and killed him. He said, "This (is) of (the) deed (of) Shaitaan. Indeed, he (is) an enemy - one who misleads clearly."

   wala-adkhalnāhum   (1)

5:65
And if that (the) People (of) the Book (had) believed and feared (Allah), surely We (would have) removed from them their evil (deeds) and surely We (would have) adm (to) Gardens (of) Bliss.

   wala-ud'khilannakum   (1)

5:12
And certainly took Allah a Covenant (from the) Children (of) Israel and We appointed among them two (and) ten (i.e twelve) leaders. And said Allah, "Indeed, I (am) with you, if you establish the prayer and give the zakah and you believe in My Messengers and you assist them and you loan (to) Allah a loan goodly, surely I will remove from you your evil deeds and I will surely admit you (to) gardens flow from underneath them the rivers. But whoever disbelieved after that among you, then certainly he strayed (from) the way, the right.

   wala-ud'khilannahum   (1)

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."

   waliyadkhulū   (1)

17:7
If you do good, you do good for yourselves; and if you do evil, then it is for it. So when came promise the last, to sadden your faces and to enter the Masjid just as they (had) entered it first time, and to destroy what they had conquered (with) destruction.

   wanud'khil'kum   (1)

4:31
If you avoid great (sins) (of) what you are forbidden from [it], We will remove from you your evil deeds and We will admit you (to) an entrance noble.

   wanud'khiluhum   (1)

4:57
And those who believe[d] and did the good deeds We will admit them (in) Gardens flows from underneath it the rivers, will abide in it forever. For them in it (are) spouses pure, and We will admit them (in the) shade thick.

   wayud'khilakum   (1)

66:8
O you who believe! Turn to Allah (in) repentance sincere! Perhaps your Lord [that] will remove from you your evil deeds and admit you (into) Gardens flow from underneath it the rivers, (on the) Day not will disgrace Allah the Prophet and those who believed with him. Their light will run (from) between their hands and on their right; they will say, "Our Lord Perfect for us our light and grant forgiveness to us. Indeed, You (are) over every thing All-Powerful."

   wayud'khil'kum   (1)

61:12
He will forgive for you your sins and admit you (in) Gardens flow from underneath it the rivers and dwellings pleasant in Gardens (of) Eternity. That (is) the success the great.

   wayud'khil'hu   (1)

64:9
(The) Day He will assemble you for (the) Day (of) the Assembly, that (will be the) Day (of) mutual loss and gain. And whoever believes in Allah and does righteous deeds He will remove from him his evil deeds and He will admit him (to) Gardens flow from underneath it the rivers, abiding therein forever. That (is) the success the great.

   wayud'khiluhumu   (1)

47:6
And admit them (to) Paradise, He has made it known to them.

   wayud'khiluhum   (1)

58:22
not You will find a people who believe in Allah and the Day the Last loving (those) who oppose Allah and His Messenger even if they were their fathers or their sons or their brothers or their kindred. Those - He has decreed within their hearts faith and supported them with a spirit from Him. And He will admit them (to) Gardens, flow from underneath it the rivers, will abide forever in it. is pleased Allah with them, and they are pleased with Him. Those (are the) party (of) Allah. No doubt! Indeed, (the) party (of) Allah, they (are) the successful ones.

   yadkhula   (1)

2:111
And they said, "Never will enter the Paradise except who is (a) Jew[s] or (a) Christian[s]." That (is) their wishful thinking. Say, "Bring your proof if you are [those who are] truthful."

   yadkhuli   (1)

49:14
Say the Bedouins, "We believe." Say, "Not you believe; but say, "We have submitted," and has not yet entered the faith in your hearts. But if you obey Allah and His Messenger, not He will deprive you of your deeds anything. Indeed, Allah (is) Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.

   yud'khala   (1)

70:38
Does long every person, among them that he enters a Garden (of) Delight?

   yud'khilu   (2)

42:8
And if willed Allah, He could have made them a community one, but He admits whom He wills in (to) His Mercy. And the wrongdoers, not for them any protector and not any helper.

76:31
He admits whom He wills into His mercy, but (for) the wrongdoers, He has prepared for them a punishment painful.

22:14
Indeed, Allah will admit those who believe and do the righteous deeds (to) Gardens flow from underneath it the rivers. Indeed, Allah does what He intends

22:23
Indeed, Allah will admit those who believe and do the righteous deeds, (to) Gardens flow from underneath it the rivers. They will be adorned therein with bracelets of gold and pearl, and their garments therein (will be of) silk.

47:12
Indeed, Allah will admit those who believe and do righteous deeds (to) Gardens, flow from underneath it the rivers, but those who disbelieve they enjoy and eat as eat the cattle, and the Fire (will be) an abode for them.

   yud'khilanā   (1)

5:84
And what for us (that) not we believe in Allah and what came (to) us from the truth? And we hope that will admit us our Lord with the people the righteous."

   yadkhulannahā   (1)

68:24
That "Not will enter it today upon you any poor person."

   yud'khil'hu   (1)

4:13
These (are the) limits (of) Allah, and whoever obeys Allah and His Messenger, He will admit him (to) Gardens flows from underneath them the rivers - (will) abide forever in it. And that (is) the success [the] great.

4:14
And whoever disobeys Allah and His Messenger and transgresses His limits - He will admit him (to) Fire (will) abide forever in it. And for him (is) a punishment humiliating.

48:17
Not is upon the blind any blame and not on the lame any blame and not on the sick any blame. And whoever obeys Allah and His Messenger, He will admit him (to) Gardens flow from underneath them the rivers, but whoever turns away, He will punish him (with) a punishment painful.

65:11
A Messenger reciting to you (the) Verses (of) Allah clear, that he may bring out those who believe and do righteous deeds from the darkness[es] towards the light. And whoever believes in Allah and does righteous deeds, He will admit him (into) Gardens flow from underneath it the rivers, abiding therein forever. Indeed, has (granted) good Allah for him provision.

   yadkhulūna   (3)

110:2
And you see the people entering into (the) religion (of) Allah (in) multitudes.

7:40
Indeed, those who denied Our Verses and (were) arrogant towards them, (will) not be opened for them (the) doors (of) the heaven, and not they will enter Paradise until passes the camel through (the) eye (of) the needle. And thus We recompense the criminals.

4:124
And whoever does [of] [the] righteous deeds from (the) male or female, and he (is) a believer, then those will enter Paradise and not they will be wronged (even as much as) the speck on

13:23
Gardens of Eden, they will enter them and whoever (were) righteous among their fathers and their spouses, and their offsprings. And the Angels will enter upon them from every gate,

19:60
Except (one) who repented and believed and did good (deeds). Then those will enter Paradise and not they will be wronged (in) anything.

40:40
Whoever does an evil then not he will be recompensed but (the) like thereof; and whoever does righteous (deeds), of male or female, while he (is) a believer, then those will enter Paradise, they will be given provision in it without account.

   yadkhulūnahā   (2)

13:23
Gardens of Eden, they will enter them and whoever (were) righteous among their fathers and their spouses, and their offsprings. And the Angels will enter upon them from every gate,

35:33
Gardens (of) Eternity, they will enter them. They will be adorned therein with bracelets of gold and pearls, and their garments therein (will be of) silk.

16:31
Gardens (of) Eden - which they will enter, flows from underneath them the rivers. For them therein (will be) whatever they wish. Thus rewards Allah the righteous,

   yadkhulūhā   (2)

2:114
And who (is) more unjust than (one) who prevents (the) masajid (of) Allah to be mentioned in them His name, and strives for their destruction? Those! Not it is for them that they enter them except (like) those in fear. For them in the world (is) disgrace and for them in the Hereafter (is) a punishment great.

7:46
And between them (will be) a partition, and on the heights (will be) men recognizing all by their marks. And they will call out (to the) companions (of) Paradise that "Peace (be) upon you." Not they have entered it but they hope.

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