- Ejtaal Arabic Almanac: Lane's Lexicon, Hans Wehr, Lisan al-Arab and others
- Perseus: Lane's Lexicon (in text format)
- 1 times as passive noun mrkwm
- 1 times as noun rkam
- 1 times as verb yrkm
AND YET, if they [who refuse to see the truth] were to see part of the sky falling down, they would [only] say, [It is but] a mass of clouds!"
Art thou not aware that it is God who causes the clouds to move onward, then joins them together, then piles them up in masses, until thou can see rain come forth from their midst? And He it is who sends down from the skies, by degrees, mountainous masses [of clouds] charged with hail, striking therewith whomever He wills and averting it from whomever He wills, [the while] the flash of His lightning well-nigh deprives [men of their] sight!
alm tr an allh yzjy sHaba śm yalf bynh śm yjAlh rkama ftry alwdq yKrj mn Klalh wynzl mn alsmaa mn jbal fyha mn brd fySyb bh mn yşaa wySrfh An mn yşaa ykad sna brqh yźhb balabSar
so that God might separate the bad from the good, and join the bad with one another, and link them all together [within His condemnation], and then place them in hell. They, they are the lost!