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ق ه ر
General Root Meaning
to oppress, compel against one's wishes, subdue, overcome, become superior in power or force, overbear, get mastery over, constrain, treat harshly, thwart. qahir - master, victorious, one who subdues.
   l-qāhiru   (1)

And He (is) the Subjugator over His slaves. And He (is) the All-Wise, the All-Aware.

And He (is) the Subjugator over His slaves, and He sends over you guardians until when comes (to) anyone of you the death take him Our messengers, and they (do) not fail.

   l-qahāru   (1)

O my two companions (of) the prison! Are lords separate better or Allah, the One the Irresistible?

Say, "Who (is) the Lord (of) the heavens and the earth?" Say, "Allah." Say, "Have you then taken from besides Him, protectors, not they have power for themselves (to) benefit and not (to) harm?" Say, "Is equal the blind and the seeing? Or is equal the darkness[es] and the light? Or they attribute to Allah partners who created like His creation, so that seemed alike the creation to them?" Say, "Allah (is) the Creator of all things, and He (is) the One the Irresistible."

Say, "Only I am a warner, and not (is there) any god except Allah, the One the Irresistible,

If (had) intended Allah to take a son, surely, He (could) have chosen from what He creates whatever He willed. Glory be to Him! He (is) Allah the One, the Irresistible.

   l-qahāri   (1)

(On the) Day will be changed the earth (to) other (than) the earth, and the heavens, and they will come forth before Allah, the One, the Irresistible.

(The) Day they come forth, not is hidden from Allah about them anything. For whom (is) the Dominion this Day? For Allah the One, the Irresistible.

   taqhar   (1)

So as for the orphan, then (do) not oppress,

   qāhirūna   (1)

And said the chiefs of (the) people (of) Firaun, "Will you leave Musa and his people so that they cause corruption in the earth and forsake you and your gods?" He said, "We will kill their sons and we will let live their women, and indeed, we over them (are) subjugators."

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