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س د ر
Siin-Dal-Ra
General Root Meaning
to rend (a garment), hang or let down a garment, lose (one's hair), be dazzled/confounded/perplexed, be dazzled by a thing at which one looked.
sidratun - Lote-tree. when the shade of lote-tree becomes dense and crowded it is very pleasant and in the hot and dry climate of Arabia the tired and fatigued travelers take shelter and find rest under it and thus it is made to serve as a parable for the shade of paradise and its blessings on account of the ampleness of its shadow. The qualification of sidrah by the word al-muntaha shows that it is a place beyond which human knowledge does not go.
   l-sid'rata   (1)

53:16
When covered the Lote Tree what covers,

   sid'rin   (1)

34:16
But they turned away, so We sent upon them (the) flood (of) the dam, and We changed for them their two gardens (with) two gardens producing fruit bitter, and tamarisks and (some)thing of lote trees few.

56:28
Among lote trees thornless,

   sid'rati   (1)

53:14
Near (the) Lote Tree (of) the utmost boundary,

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