- Ejtaal Arabic Almanac: Lane's Lexicon, Hans Wehr, Lisan al-Arab and others
- Perseus: Lane's Lexicon (in text format)
- 1 times as form II verbal noun tKfyf
- 2 times as Kfyf
- 1 times as adjective
- 1 times as noun
- 3 times as verb Kft
- 3 times as form X verb astKf
- 8 times as form II passive verb Kff
O YOU who have attained to faith! Just retribution is ordained for you in cases of killing: the free for the free, and the slave for the slave, and the woman for the woman.* And if something [of his guilt] is remitted to a guilty person by his brother,* this [remission] shall be adhered to with fairness, and restitution to his fellow-man shall be made in a goodly manner.* This is an alleviation from your Sustainer, and an act of His grace. And for him who, none the less,* wilfully transgresses the bounds of what is right, there is grievous suffering in store:
yaayha alźyn aamnwa ktb Alykm alqSaS fy alqtly alHr balHr walAbd balAbd walanśya balanśya fmn Afy lh mn aKyh şya fatbaA balmArwf wadaa alyh baHsan źalk tKfyf mn rbkm wrHmẗ fmn aAtdya bAd źalk flh Aźab alym
IT IS HE who has created you [all] out of one living entity, and out of it brought into being its mate, so that man might incline [with love] towards woman.* And so, when he has embraced her, she conceives [what at first is] a light burden, and continues to bear it. Then, when she grows heavy [with child], they both call unto God, their Sustainer, "If Thou indeed grant us a sound [child], we shall most certainly be among the grateful!"
hw alźy Klqkm mn nfs waHdẗ wjAl mnha zwjha lyskn alyha flma tğşyaha Hmlt Hmla Kfyfa fmrt bh flma aśqlt dAwa allh rbhma lan aatytna SalHa lnkwnn mn alşakryn
Go forth to war, whether it be easy or difficult [for you],* and strive hard in God's cause with your possessions and your lives: this is for your own good -if you but knew it!
whereas those whose weight is light in the balance - it is they who will have squandered their own selves by their wilful rejection of Our messages.*
whereas they whose weight is light in the balance - it is they who will have squandered their own selves, [destined] to abide in hell:
whereas he whose weight is light in the balance
And God has given you [the ability to build] your houses as places of rest, and has endowed you with [the skill to make] dwellings out of the skins of animals* - easy for you to handle when you travel and when you camp -and [to make] furnishings and goods for temporary use of their [rough] wool and their soft, furry wool* and their hair.
wallh jAl lkm mn bywtkm skna wjAl lkm mn jlwd alanAam bywta tstKfwnha ywm ZAnkm wywm aqamtkm wmn aSwafha wawbarha waşAarha aśaśa wmtaAa alya Hyn
Remain, then, patient in adversity: verily, Gods promise [of resurrection] is true indeed - so let not those who are devoid of all inner certainty disquiet thy mind!
Thus he incited his people to levity, and they obeyed him: for, behold, they were people depraved!
All who buy the life of this world at the price of the life to come - their suffering shall not be lightened, nor shall they be succoured!
In this state shall they abide; [and] neither will their suffering, be lightened, nor will they be granted respite.
In this state shall they abide; [and] neither will their suffering be lightened, nor will they be granted respite.
God wants to lighten your burdens:* for man has been created weak.
For the time being, [however,] God has lightened your burden. for He knows that you are weak: and so, if there be one hundred of you who are patient in adversity, they should [be able to]' overcome two hundred; and if there be one thousand of you, they should [be able to] overcome two thousand by God's leave: for God is with those who are patient in adversity.*
alan Kff allh Ankm wAlm an fykm DAfa fan ykn mnkm maaẗ Sabrẗ yğlbwa maatyn wan ykn mnkm alf yğlbwa alfyn baźn allh wallh mA alSabryn
And when they who were bent on evildoing behold the suffering [that awaits them, they will realize that] it will not be lightened for them [by virtue of their pleading] ; and neither will they be granted respite.
But as for those who are bent on denying the truth - the fire of hell awaits them: no end shall be put to their lives so that they could die, nor shall aught of the suffering caused by that [fire] be lightened for them: thus shall We requite all who are bereft of gratitude.
And they who are in the fire will say to the keepers of hell,* Pray unto your Sustainer that He lighten, [though it be] for one day [only], this suffering of ours!"