• Ejtaal Arabic Almanac: Lane's Lexicon, Hans Wehr, Lisan al-Arab and others
  • Perseus: Lane's Lexicon (in text format)
    • nTq
    • nTq (if it is not found in the link above)
The root nTq (ن ط ق) occurs 12 times in Quran, in 3 derived forms:
  • 1 times as noun mnTq
  • 2 times as form IV verb anTq
  • 9 times as verb ynTq



And [in this insight] Solomon was [truly] David's heir; and he would say: “O you people! We have been taught the speech of birds, and have been given [in abundance] of all [good] things: this, behold, is indeed a manifest favour [from God]!"
And they will ask their skins, “Why did you bear witness against us?" - [and] these will reply: “God, who gives speech to all things, has given speech to us [as well]: for He [it is who] has created you in the first instance - and unto Him you are [now] brought back.
He answered: “Nay, it was this one, the big­gest of them, that did it: but ask them [yourselves] - provided they can speak!"


But then they relapsed into their former way of thinking* and said: “Thou knowest very well that these [idols] cannot speak!"


And [withal.] We do not burden any human being with more than he is well able to bear: for with Us is a record that speaks the truth [about what men do and can do]; and none shall be wronged.
And the word [of truth] will stand revealed against them in the face of* all the wrong which they had committed, and they will not [be able to] utter a single word [of excuse]:


What is amiss with you that you do not speak?"


This Our record speaks of you in all truth: for, verily, We have caused to be recorded all that you ever did!"
for, by the Sustainer of heaven and earth, this [life after death] is the very truth - as true as that you are endowed with speech!*


and neither does he speak out of his own desire:
that Day on which they will not [be able to] utter a word,