Saturday, 26 February 2011


l-ūtu (ٱلْحُوتُ)
(37:142:2) ... the fish, ...
l-ūti (ٱلْحُوتِ)
(68:48:7) ... (of) the fish, ...
l-ūta (ٱلْحُوتَ)
(18:63:9) ... the fish. ...
ūtahumā (حُوتَهُمَا)
(18:61:6) ... their fish, ...
ītānuhum (حِيتَانُهُمْ)
(7:163:14) ... their fish ...

37:142 Thus l-ūtu swallowed him, and he was the one to blame.

68:48 You shall be patient for the judgment of your Lord. Do not be like the companion of l-ūti who called out while he was in sorrow.4

18:63 He said, "Do you remember when we rested upon the rock? I forgot the fish l-ūta, and it was the devil that made me forget to remember it. It made its way back to the sea amazingly!"

18:61 But when they did reach the junction between, they forgot their fish ūtahumā, and it was able to make its way back to the sea in a stream.

7:163 Ask them about the town which was by the sea, after they had transgressed the Sabbath; their fish ītānuhum would come to them openly on the day of their Sabbath, and when they were not in Sabbath, they would not come to them! It is such that We afflicted them for what they corrupted.

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