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Haji Ghasemi F. The Semantic Frames of the Verb “Raʾā” (beholding) on the Holy Koran and the Persian Formats (Based on Charles Fillmore's the Semantic Meaning Theory). QHTS 2017; 3 (6) :57-83
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The eye is the most important body member which is applied for receiving different extern data, saving them in the three layers of mind, that is, (imagination, hallucination, conception) as well as the semantic formatting. The verb “Raʾā” (beholding) as the main work of the eye, has this conception to expand the width of its meaning, it means, plus to the external visiting it can reason the internal too. Holding to this matter in converting the Persian texts and interpreting verses one has to monitorize the semantic coherence as well as the language coordinate. In Holy Koran according to the eyesight ability of the human being achieving the recognition of the complex and abstract concepts of mind is taken into account greatly, hence, the already lecture is trying to analyze, the semantic frames of the verb “Raʾā” (beholding) according to the Fillmore's semantic meanings theory. Using the cognitive linguistic, in the verses (Makarem shirazi, Aerfah, Pourjavadi, Khoram del, Elahi Gomshei and Safarzadeh). In the symbols of the under research Koran the verb “Raʾā” (beholding) has an abstract also concrete frame which is the external the very eye of the head. The outcome of the research shows that the translators in converting the Persian semantic meaning didn’t handle it correctly, considering, language coordinate. It can be said that they didn’t care about well, taking account the gap between Persian equivalences such as, beholding and observing and sometimes they have been used instead of each other.
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Received: 2016/11/27 | Accepted: 2017/02/13 | Published: 2017/02/16

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