Grammar | Arabic Tree
It’s clearly evident in both the maadi and the mudaari’ verbs. We explain with the example of kharaja/yakhruju. Kam: How Many Friday, October 3rd, 2008.
Some of the salaf used to say, “man dakhala fil ilm jumlatan, kharaja minhu jumlatan.” “Whoever entered into knowledge all at once, ...
WHAT TO DO WHEN A MUSLIM DIES - Islam Globe
KHAYRAM MIMM KHARAJA `AN HU. O Allah! Ease upon him, his matters and make lightwork for him whatever comes hereafter and honour him with
Islam and Islamic Extremism - Kharijites
The first group worth mentioning, even if briefly, are the Kharijites. In Arabic, the word kharaja means "to go out" - they were, in effect, the first Mulism ...
Khawarij - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
... of the people. They became known as Kharijites: Arabic plural khawārij, singular Khārijī, derived from the verb kharaja "to come out, to exit."
go out - Wiktionary
Arabic: خَرَجَ (kharaja) Egyptian Arabic: ...