Āyah

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In the Islamic Quran, an Āyah (آية; plural: آيات āyāt) is a "verse," one of the statements of varying length that make up the chapters (surah) of the Quran and are marked by a number.wikipedia
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In the Islamic Quran, an Āyah (آية; plural: آيات āyāt) is a "verse," one of the statements of varying length that make up the chapters (surah) of the Quran and are marked by a number.
Islam teaches that God is merciful, all-powerful, and unique, and has guided mankind through prophets, revealed scriptures and natural signs.

Quran

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In the Islamic Quran, an Āyah (آية; plural: آيات āyāt) is a "verse," one of the statements of varying length that make up the chapters (surah) of the Quran and are marked by a number.
Surah are subdivided into verses (Arabic: آية āyah, plural آيات āyāt).

Surah

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In the Islamic Quran, an Āyah (آية; plural: آيات āyāt) is a "verse," one of the statements of varying length that make up the chapters (surah) of the Quran and are marked by a number. (96.2) Read, and your Lord is the Most Honorable (96.3) who taught with the pen'' from surah Al-Alaq.
each divided into verses (āyāt).

Al-Alaq

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(96.2) Read, and your Lord is the Most Honorable (96.3) who taught with the pen'' from surah Al-Alaq.
It is composed of 19 verses (āyāt), and traditionally believed to have been the first revelation to Muhammad in Mecca at the Cave of Hira located at Mountain Jabal al-Nour.

Al-Baqarah

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This is the Scripture whereof there is no doubt, a guidance unto those who ward off (evil)'', from surah Al-Baqara.
It consists of 286 verses (āyāt), 6,201 words and 25,500 letters.

Al-Fatiha

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The first ayahs from a traditional order are In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate from surah Al-Fatiha.
Its seven verses (āyāt) are a prayer for the guidance, lordship, and mercy of God.

Miracle

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The "signs" refer to various phenomena, ranging from the universe, its creation, the alternation between day and night, rainfall, the life and growth of plants, etc. Other references are to miracles or to the rewards of belief and the fate of unbelievers.

Muham and Mutashabih (tafsir)

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For the purpose of interpretation, the verses are separated into two groups: those that are clear and unambiguous (muhkam) and those that are allegorical (mutashabeh).

Allegory

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For the purpose of interpretation, the verses are separated into two groups: those that are clear and unambiguous (muhkam) and those that are allegorical (mutashabeh).

Chapters and verses of the Bible

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The word ayah is also used to refer to the verses of the Bible by Arab Christians and Christians in countries where Arabic words are used for religious terms.

Arab Christians

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The word ayah is also used to refer to the verses of the Bible by Arab Christians and Christians in countries where Arabic words are used for religious terms.

Incipit

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In fact, the total number of verses in all chapters is 6,236, although this varies depending on how (or if) the Bismillah appearing at the start of each chapter is counted.

Unicode

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The Unicode symbol for a Quran verse, U+06DD, is: ۝.

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List of chapters in the Quran

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The Quran is divided into chapters (surahs) and further divided into verses (ayat ).

Al-Baqara 256

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Verse (ayah) 256 of Al-Baqara is a well-known verse in the Islamic scripture, the Quran.

Verse of Ikmal al-Din

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The Āyat Ikmāl ad-Dīn (آیَة إِکْمَال الدِّيْن, Verse of the Perfection of the Religion) is the third verse of Surah Al-Ma'idah in the Quran.

Al-Isra, 26

Qur'an 17:26 (also notated Al-Isra, 26) is the twenty-sixth verse of Al-Isra, the seventeenth chapter of the Qur'an, which relates to the controversies of the land of Fadak in modern-day Saudi Arabia.

Arabic literature

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Not only is the Qur'an the first work of any significant length written in the language, but it also has a far more complicated structure than the earlier literary works with its 114 suras (chapters) which contain 6,236 ayat (verses).

Al-Qalam

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al-Qalam (القلم, "The Pen") is the sixty-eighth chapter (sūrah) of the Qur'an with 52 verses (āyāt).

At-Tin

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Sūrat at-Tīn (التين, "The Fig, The Figtree") is the ninety-fifth sura of the Qur'an with 8 ayat.

Al-Mu'minoon

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Al-Mu’minūn (المؤمنون, "The Believers") is the 23rd chapter (sūrah) of the Qur'an with 118 verses (āyāt).

Al-Lail

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Sūrat al-Layl (الليل, “The Night”) is the ninety-second sūrah (chapter) of the Qur'an, containing twenty-one āyāt (verses).

Al-Maarij

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Sūrat al-Maʻārij (سورة المعارج, “The Ascending Stairways”) is the seventieth chapter (sūrah) of the Qur'an with 44 verses (āyāt).