apps Apps Books & Reference Business Comics Communication Education Entertainment Finance Health & Fitness Libraries & Demo Lifestyle Media & Video Medical Music & Audio News & Magazines Personalization Photography Productivity Shopping Social Tools Transportation Travel & Local Weather Word Radd al-Muhtar ala ad-Dur al-Mukhtar (Arabic:رد المحتار على الدر المختار) is a book on Islamic jurisprudence(fiqah) by Islamic scholar, Allamah Sayyid Muhammad Amin ibn Abidinash-Shami.It means "The Answer to the Baffled" over "The Exquisite Pearl".Radd al-Muhtar is a "HASHIAH" on Imam `Ala' al-Din al-Haskafi'swork of Islamic jurisprudence, Durr al-Muhtar fi Sharh Tanweeral-Absaar.
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It is a must learning book forlearning Arabic language. The actual meaning of sarfis “the metamorphosing or changing of the ‘asl (base/root word) tomany different examples so as to achieve meanings that could nototherwise be achieved” The science of sarf is mostly relegated toverbs and that which derives from them.
This change is done tostretch the meaning and to also make pronunciation easy upon thetoque.
An example of changing the meaning through sarf ismanipulating the verb ‘nasara’.
From ‘nasara’ we may derive thefollowing: Nasara Nas’sara Naasara tanaasara anassara istansaramansar naasir munasar mansoor .
All of these words come from oneroot verb - nasara. This word comes from the root verb ‘wazana’ whichmeans to weigh.
As for making it easy upon the tonque I willprovide one example. According to a principle of sarf the thing which isused to do this action will sound like ‘mif’aal’.