- Ejtaal Arabic Almanac: Lane's Lexicon, Hans Wehr, Lisan al-Arab and others
- Perseus: Lane's Lexicon (in text format)
- 1 times as noun amAaa
[And can] the parable of the paradise which the God-conscious are promised* [a paradise] wherein there are rivers of water which time does not corrupt, and rivers of milk the taste whereof never alters, and rivers of wine delightful to those who drink it,* and rivers of honey of all impurity cleansed, and the enjoyment* of all the fruits [of their good deeds] and of forgiveness from their Sustainer -: can this [parable of paradise] be likened unto [the parable of the recompense of]* such as are to abide in the fire and be given waters of burning despair* to drink, so that it will tear their bowels asunder?
mśl aljnẗ alty wAd almtqwn fyha anhr mn maa ğyr aasn wanhr mn lbn lm ytğyr TAmh wanhr mn Kmr lźẗ llşrbyn wanhr mn Asl mSfy wlhm fyha mn kl alśmrt wmğfrẗ mn rbhm kmn hw Kld fy alnar wsqwa maa Hmyma fqTA amAaahm