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ن و م
General Root Meaning
to sleep, slumber, become calm, abate, dull, be numbed, dose.
   l-manāmi   (1)

Then when he reached with him the (age of) working he said, "O my son! Indeed, I have seen in the dream that I am sacrificing you, so look what you see." He said, "O my father! Do what you are commanded. You will find me, if wills Allah, of the patient ones."

   manāmika   (1)

When showed them to you Allah in your dream (as) few, and if He had shown them to you (as) many surely you would have lost cou and surely you would have disp in the matter, but Allah saved (you). Indeed, He (is) All-Knower of what is in the breasts.

   manāmukum   (1)

And among His Signs (is) your sleep by night and the day [and] your seeking of His Bounty. Indeed, in that surely (are) Signs for a people who listen.

   manāmihā   (1)

Allah takes the souls (at the) time (of) their death, and the one who (does) not die in their sleep. Then He keeps the one whom, He has decreed for them the death, and sends the others for a term specified. Indeed, in that surely (are) signs for a people who ponder.

   nāimūna   (2)

Then did feel secure (the) people (of) the cities that comes to them Our punishment (at) night while they (were) asleep?

So there came upon it a visitation from your Lord, while they were asleep.

   nawmun   (1)

Allah - (there is) no God except Him, the Ever-Living, the Sustainer of all that exis Not overtakes Him slumber [and] not sleep. To Him (belongs) what(ever) (is) in the heavens and what(ever) (is) in the earth. Who (is) the one who can intercede with Him except by His permission. He knows what between hands (before them) and what (is) behind them. And not they encompass anything of His Knowledge except [of] what He willed. Extends His Throne (to) the heavens and the earth. And not tires Him (the) guarding of both of them And He (is) the Most High, the Most Great.

   nawmakum   (1)

And We made your sleep (for) rest,

   wal-nawma   (1)

And He (is) the One Who made for you the night (as) a covering and the sleep a rest and made the day a resurrection.

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