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ج ب ر
General Root Meaning
To reduce from a fractured state, or restore from a state of poverty to sufficiency. Set or reduced from a fractured state. ""A poor man being likened to one who has a broken bone and his restoration to wealth being likened to the setting of the bone."" Compell, constrain, incite, urge, or induce another [against his will]. Addition of something for the purpose of reparation [in computation]. Self-magnification, pride, haughtiness, insolence, bold, audacious, inordinate, tyrannical, overbearing, extravagent. A king. ""There has been no prophetic office but a kingly office has succeeded in its place through someone's self-magnification, pride, haughtiness, or insolence."" Slave, servant. No retaliation or expiatory mulct exacted [for a thing/person]. Tall, above the reach of the hand, ascend [the palm tree that grows tall for the cutting of its fruit], and retaining excellence.
   l-jabāru   (1)

He (is) Allah, the One Who, (there is) no god but He, the Sovereign, the Holy One, the Giver of Peace, the Giver of Security, the Guardian, the All-Mighty, the Irresistible, the Supreme. Glory (be to) Allah from what they associate (with Him).

   bijabbārin   (1)

We know best [of] what they say, and not (are) you over them the one to compel. But remind with the Quran whoever fears My threat.

   jabbārin   (1)

And this (was) Aad, they rejected (the) Signs (of) their Lord and disobeyed His Messengers and followed (the) command (of) every tyrant obstinate.

And they sought victory and disappointed every tyrant obstinate.

Those who dispute concerning (the) Signs (of) Allah without any authority (having) come to them, (it) is greatly hateful near Allah and near those who believe. Thus sets a seal Allah over every heart (of) an arrogant tyrant."

   jabbāran   (2)

And dutiful to his parents, and not he was a tyrant disobedient.

Then when [that] he wanted to strike the one who [he] (was) an enemy to both of them, he said, "O Musa! Do you intend to kill me as you killed a person yesterday? Not you want but that you become a tyrant in the earth, and not you want that you be of the reformers."

And dutiful to my mother, and not He (has) made me insolent, unblessed.

   jabbārīna   (2)

And when you seize, you seize (as) tyrants.

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)."

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