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KABIRA vb. (I) — to grow, be aged. (n.vb.) old age, being an old person

  1. b) impf. act. (yakbaru)
  2. 4:6(6) ere they are grown
  1. f) n.vb. (kibar)
  2. 2:266(268) then old age smites him, and he has seed
  3. 3:40(35) how shall I have a son, [when I have reached old age]
  4. 14:39(41) praise be to God, who has given me, though I am old
  5. 15:54(54) do you give me good tidings, though old age has smitten me?
  6. 17:23(24) be good to parents, whether one or both of them attains old age
  7. 19:8(9) I have attained to the declining of old age

KABURA vb. (I) — to be grievous, distressful, hateful, monstrous. (n.vb.) pride; greater part of something

  1. a) perf. act.
  2. 6:35(35) if their turning away is distressful for thee
  3. 10:71(72) if my standing here is grievous to you
  4. 18:5(4) a monstrous word it is, issuing out of their mouths
  5. 40:35(37) very hateful is that in the sight of God
  6. 42:13(11) very hateful is that for the idolaters
  7. 61:3(3) very hateful is it to God
  1. b) impf. act. (yakburu)
  2. 17:51(53) or some creation yet more monstrous in your minds
  1. f) n.vb. (kibr)
  2. 24:11(11) whosoever of them took upon himself the greater part of it
  3. 40:56(58) in their breasts is only pride

KABĀʾIR n.f. (pl. of kabīrah) — heinous or grievous sins

  1. 4:31(35) if you avoid the heinous sins that are forbidden you
  2. 42:37(35) those who avoid the heinous sins and indecencies
  3. 53:32(33) those who avoid the heinous sins and indecencies

KABĪR n.m. (adj; pl. kubarāʾ; comp. adj., m. akbar; f. kubrá) — great, large, big; grave, grievous, heinous (sin); old, eldest (among others), aged; chief (among others), lord; Great, All-great (Divine attribute)

  1. 4:34(38) God is All-high, All-great
  2. 13:9(10) the All-great, the All-exalted
  3. 22:62(61) for that God is the All-high, the All-great
  4. 31:30(29) for that God is the All-high, the All-great
  5. 34:23(22) He is the All-high, the All-great
  6. 40:12(12) judgment belongs to God, the All-high, the All-great
  1. 2:45(42) seek you help in patience and prayer, for grievous it is
  2. 2:143(138) though it were a grave thing save for those whom God has guided
  3. 2:217(214) fighting in it is a heinous thing
  4. 2:217(214) that is more heinous in God's sight
  5. 2:217(214) and persecution is more heinous than slaying
  6. 2:219(216) in both is heinous sin, and uses for men
  7. 2:219(216) the sin in them is more heinous than the usefulness
  8. 2:282(282) be not loth to write it down, whether it be small or great
  9. 3:118(114) and what their breasts conceal is yet greater
  10. 4:2(2) that is a great crime
  11. 4:153(152) and they asked Moses for greater than that
  12. 6:19(19) what thing is greatest in testimony
  13. 6:78(78) this is my Lord; this is greater
  14. 6:123(123) We appointed in every city great ones among its sinners
  15. 8:73(74) there will be persecution in the land and great corruption
  16. 9:3(3) the day of the Greater Pilgrimage
  17. 9:72(73) goodly dwelling-places in the Gardens of Eden; and greater, God's good pleasure
  18. 9:121(122) nor do they expend any sum, small or great
  19. 10:61(62) neither is aught smaller than that, or greater
  20. 11:3(3) I fear for you the chastisement of a mighty day
  21. 11:11(14) for them awaits forgiveness and a mighty wage
  22. 12:78(78) he has a father, aged and great with years
  23. 12:80(80) said the eldest of them, Do you not know
  24. 16:41(43) and the wage of the world to come is greater
  25. 17:4(4) and you shall ascend exceeding high
  26. 17:9(10) theirs shall be a great wage
  27. 17:21(22) surely the world to come is greater in ranks
  28. 17:21(22) (greater) in ranks greater in preferment
  29. 17:31(33) the slaying of them is a grievous sin
  30. 17:43(45) high indeed be He exalted above that they say
  31. 17:60(62) it only increases them in great insolence
  32. 17:87(89) surely His favour to thee is great
  33. 18:49(47) it leaves nothing behind, small or great
  34. 20:23(24) We would show thee some of Our greatest signs
  35. 20:71(74) he is the chief of you, the same that taught you sorcery
  36. 21:58(59) he broke them into fragments, all but a great one they had
  37. 21:63(64) it was this great one of them that did it
  38. 21:103(103) the greatest terror shall not grieve them
  39. 25:19(21) We shall let him taste a great chastisement
  40. 25:21(23) waxed proud they have within them, and become greatly disdainful
  41. 25:52(54) obey not the unbelievers, but struggle with them thereby mightily
  42. 26:49(48) he is the chief of you, the same that taught you sorcery
  43. 28:23(23) and our father is passing old
  44. 29:45(44) God's remembrance is greater
  45. 32:21(21) We shall surely let them taste the nearer chastisement, before the greater
  46. 33:47(46) there awaits them with God great bounty
  47. 33:67(67) we obeyed our chiefs and great ones
  48. 33:68(68) give them chastisement twofold, and curse them with a mighty curse
  49. 34:3(3) neither is aught smaller than that, or greater
  50. 35:7(8) theirs shall be forgiveness and a great wage
  51. 35:32(29) that is the great bounty
  52. 39:26(27) the chastisement of the world to come is assuredly greater
  53. 40:10(10) God's hatred is greater than your hatred
  54. 40:57(59) the creation of the heavens and earth is greater
  55. 42:22(21) that is the great bounty
  56. 43:48(47) not a sign We showed them, but it was greater than its sister sign
  57. 44:16(15) upon the day when We shall assault most mightily
  58. 53:18(18) he saw one of the greatest signs of his Lord
  59. 54:53(53) everything, great and small, is inscribed
  60. 57:7(7) those of you who believe and expend shall have a mighty wage
  61. 67:9(9) you are only in great error'
  62. 67:12(12) there awaits them forgiveness and a great wage
  63. 68:33(33) the chastisement of the world to come is assuredly greater
  64. 74:35(38) surely it is one of the greatest things
  65. 76:20(20) when thou seest them then thou seest bliss and a great kingdom
  66. 79:20(20) so he showed him the great sign
  67. 79:34(34) then, when the Great Catastrophe comes
  68. 85:11(11) that is the great triumph
  69. 87:12(12) even he who shall roast in the Great Fire
  70. 88:24(24) God shall chastise him with the greatest chastisement

KIBRIYĀʾ n.f. — domination [Ar]; majesty [Pk]; greatness [Ali]

  1. 10:78(79) and that the domination in the land might belong to you two
  2. 45:37(36) His is the Domination in the heavens and the earth

KUBBĀR n.m. (adj) — mighty, magnificent

  1. 71:22(21) and have devised a mighty device

KABBARA vb. (II) — to magnify [Ar, Pk, Bl]; to glorify [Ali]; (throughout in reference to God, usually by saying Allāhu akbar). (n.vb.) magnificat [Ar]; all magnificence [Pk]; greatness and glory [Ali]

  1. b) impf. act. (yukabbiru)
  2. 2:185(181) [that you] magnify God that He has guided you
  3. 22:37(38) He has subjected them to you, that you may magnify God
  1. c) impv. (kabbir)
  2. 17:111(111) and magnify Him with repeated magnificats
  3. 74:3(3) thy Lord magnify
  1. f) n.vb. (takbīr)
  2. 17:111(111) and magnify Him <with repeated magnificats>

AKBARA vb. (IV) — to extol, admire

  1. a) perf. act.
  2. 12:31(31) they so admired him that they cut their hands

TAKABBARA vb. (V) — to wax proud. (pcple. act.) one who is or waxes proud; All-sublime [Ar]; Superb [Pk]; Supreme [Ali]; Majestic [Bl] (Divine attribute)

  1. b) impf. act. (yatakabbaru)
  2. 7:146(143) I shall turn from My signs those who wax proud
  1. g) pcple. act. (mutakabbir)
  2. 16:29(31) evil is the lodging of those that wax proud
  3. 39:60(61) is there not in Gehenna a lodging for those that are proud?
  4. 39:72(72) how evil is the lodging of those that are proud
  5. 40:27(28) I take refuge in my Lord and your Lord from every man who is proud
  6. 40:35(37) God sets a seal on every heart proud, arrogant.)
  7. 40:76(76) how evil is the lodging of those that are proud
  8. 59:23(23) the All-mighty, the All-compeller, the All-sublime

ISTAKBARA vb. (X) — to wax proud, become arrogant. (n.vb.) waxing proud. (pcple. act.) one who is or waxes proud a) perf. act.

  1. 2:34(32) save Iblis; he refused, and waxed proud
  2. 2:87(81) that your souls had not desire for, did you become arrogant
  3. 4:173(172) as for them who disdain, and wax proud
  4. 7:36(34) those that cry lies to Our signs, and wax proud against them
  5. 7:40(38) those that cry lies to Our signs and wax proud against them
  6. 7:75(73) the Council of those of his people who waxed proud
  7. 7:76(74) said the ones who waxed proud
  8. 7:88(86) said the Council of those of his people who waxed proud
  9. 7:133(130) but they waxed proud and were a sinful people
  10. 10:75(76) but they waxed proud, and were a sinful people
  11. 14:21(24) then say the weak to those who waxed proud
  12. 23:46(48) but they waxed proud, and they were a lofty people
  13. 25:21(23) waxed proud they have within them, and become greatly disdainful
  14. 28:39(39) he waxed proud in the land, he and his hosts
  15. 29:39(38) they waxed proud in the earth, yet they outstripped Us not
  16. 34:31(30) those that were abased will say to those that waxed proud
  17. 34:32(31) those that waxed proud will say to those that were abased
  18. 34:33(32) those that were abased will say to those that waxed proud
  19. 38:74(74) save Iblis; he waxed proud, and was one of the unbelievers
  20. 38:75(76) hast thou waxed proud, or art thou of the lofty ones?
  21. 39:59(60) thou hast cried them lies, and thou hast waxed proud
  22. 40:47(50) say unto those who waxed proud
  23. 40:48(51) then those who waxed proud shall say
  24. 41:15(14) as for Ad, they waxed proud in the earth without right
  25. 41:38(38) and if they wax proud
  26. 45:31(30) were not My signs recited to you, and you waxed proud
  27. 46:10(9) and you wax proud, God guides not the people of the evildoers
  28. 71:7(6) and persisted, and waxed very proud
  29. 74:23(23) then he retreated, and waxed proud
  1. b) impf. act. (yastakbiru)
  2. 4:172(171) whosoever disdains to serve Him, and waxes proud
  3. 5:82(85) some of them are priests and monks, and they wax not proud
  4. 6:93(93) for what you said untruly about God, waxing proud against His signs
  5. 7:48(46) your amassing has not availed you, neither your waxing proud
  6. 7:206(205) those who are with thy Lord wax not too proud
  7. 16:49(51) they have not waxed proud
  8. 21:19(19) those who are with Him wax not too proud
  9. 32:15(15) and proclaim the praise of their Lord, not waxing proud
  10. 37:35(34) they were ever waxing proud
  11. 40:60(62) those who wax too proud to do Me service shall enter Gehenna
  12. 46:20(19) you waxed proud in the earth without right
  1. f) n.vb. (istikbār)
  2. 35:43(41) waxing proud in the land, and devising evil
  3. 71:7(6) and persisted, and waxed <very> proud
  1. g) pcple. act. (mustakbir)
  2. 16:22(23) they who believe not in the world to come, their hearts deny, and they have waxed proud
  3. 16:23(25) He loves not those that wax proud
  4. 23:67(69) waxing proud against it, talking foolish talk by night
  5. 31:7(6) when Our signs are recited to such a man he turns away, waxing proud
  6. 45:8(7) who hears the signs of God being recited to him, then perseveres in waxing proud
  7. 63:5(5) thou seest them turning their faces away, waxing proud
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