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ط و ر
General Root Meaning
went or hovered round about it, approach, time or one time, repeated times, quantity/measure/extent/limit, aspect/form/disposition, way of action, manner, kind/class, stage/state, Mount Sinai, Mount of Olives, applied to several other mountains, mountain which produces trees, mountain, wild or to estrange oneself from mankind, stranger, utmost point, encounter two extremes.
   aṭwāran   (1)

And indeed, He created you (in) stages.

   l-ṭūra   (1)

And when We took your covenant and We raised over you the mount, "Hold what We have given you with strength, and remember what (is) in it, perhaps you (would become) righteous."

And when We took your covenant and We raised over you the mount, "Hold what We gave you, with firmness and listen." They said, "We heard and we disobeyed." And they were made to drink in their hearts (love of) the calf because of their disbelief. Say, "Evil (is) that orders you (to do) it with your faith, if you are believers."

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.

   l-ṭūri   (3)

Then when fulfilled Musa the term and was traveling with his family, he saw in (the) direction (of) Mount Tur a fire. He said to his family, "Stay here; indeed, I [I] perceive a fire. Perhaps I will bring you from there some information or a burning wood from the fire so that you may warm yourselves."

And We called him from (the) side (of) the Mount the right, and brought him near (for) conversation.

O Children (of) Israel! Verily, We delivered you from your enemy, and We made a covenant with yo on (the) side (of) the Mount the right, and We sent down to you the Manna and the quails.

And not you were at (the) side (of) the Tur when We called. But (as) a mercy from your Lord so that you warn a people not (had) come to them any warner from before you so that they may remember.

   ṭūri   (1)

And a tree (that) springs forth from Mount Sinai (which) produces oil and a relish for those who eat.

   wal-ṭūri   (1)

By the Mount,

   waṭūri   (1)

And (the) Mount Sinai,

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