السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته,
Welcome to the end, that is, the end of our Arabic grammar series based on al-Ajurroomiyyah (but don’t worry, I’ve got of plenty of other stuff planned out to write on). We’ve looked at all the situations that a noun can be in raf’ or nasb. Today, we’ll look at when it can be in jarr and we’ll get it all done in one final segment إن شاء الله.
By the way, the word جَرّ means “to drag something”, which makes sense because kasrah is written using a dragging stroke below the letter.
And away we go…
الْمَخْفُوْضَاتُ ثَلاثَةُ أنْوَاعٍ: مَخْفُوْضٌ بِالْحَرْفِ، وَمَخْفُوْضٌ بِالإضافَةِ، وَتابِعٌ لِلْمَخْفُوْضِ
The khafdh-ized words are three: khafdh-ized using particles, khafdh-ized using idhafah and a follower of a khafdh-ized word
They are three kinds of jarr-ized words (the Ajurroomiyyah uses khafdh instead of jarr, but they are the same thing). Each will be explained in detail further below: [Read more…] about 3 types of nouns in جَرّ