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An eloquent exponent of this position was Th. Let us turn first to the lexical considerations. Jeffery tr. On the problem of the genuineness of this correspondence see ibid. For a reference to Abii Turab in a Syriac text consult S.
Goldziher, Muh. Stern, II, London, , p. II7, n. Barbier de Meynard, Surnoms et sobriquets dans la litterature arabe, Paris, , ; H. The ingenious solution propounded by P. Crone and M. Cook Hagarism, Cambridge, , p. For a minority view consult W. Iii: :i. A typical story of this kind is practice to say anything that might. U In both versions it is not immediately obvious what the on the ground while watching people who were cultivating their date-palms.
This utterance is an example of husband, Fatima the nagging termagant, and the ahl al-bayt in general far from perfect. In trying to piece together these traditions so as to obtain a coherent whole 4 For which see H. Fleischer, Kleinere 8chriften, I, Leipzig, , Note also that some verbs formed from the root trb exhibit opposite meanings, e. There is disagreement among the grammarians as to whether this pair belongs to the arjdiid.
See Mul. Cohen, in Arabiw, vm, l, , 9. Ibn Shahrashiib, Joe. IV, ; al-Tabari, op. See Ibn 11 Ihn Hishiim, Joe. See also Mu]:isin al-Amin, op. See especially his account of M.
Plessner, Jerusalem, 14 Ibn Babawayhi, op. Bil;ar, Joe. VI VI i1 corLa. IL I rank wil. Nc"n Ui, t. Alternatively, it may be tlin.
His interpretations of the name. According to the commentators of this J. Schloessinger and M. Abi Waqqii. Muliammad, wrong, and this is perhaps what misled Sarasin op.
Bihf;r, Joe. Many more examples could be adduced. JSin al-Amin, op. Also see tho references above, n. Hashimiyyiit, ed. Horovitz, Leiden, , 36 Arabic text , cit. Muhsin al-Amin, 21 Ilm Shahrashiib, op. AJ,mad and the references given there; Lammens, Etudes, According to the Tafsir of Furat b. Usiima cf. Agha l!
Erwin Graf, Leiden, , , at f. Turab", he is likely to have meant this as a term of abuse cf. Related Papers.
An eloquent exponent of this position was Th. Let us turn first to the lexical considerations. Jeffery tr. On the problem of the genuineness of this correspondence see ibid. For a reference to Abii Turab in a Syriac text consult S. Goldziher, Muh.
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