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siyavoshi K, Salmaniyan S. The challenge translation of the literal similarity singular verses in Holy Quran (Case study: The heterogeneous in terms of noun and verb or type of verbs). QHTS 2017; 3 (6) :125-155
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The Quran consists of endless wonders and beauty. Linguistic and literary aspects are the context for major of attractions and points of venerable in Quran. Part of this beauty presented in the verses that are largely similar together both from thematically and in terms of verbal and only in a few letters or words are different. Quranic scholars have mentioned this as similar words to avoid further confusion with the spiritual allegorical verses that is in the field of Quranic sciences. An attentive discussion about these verses is their translation to Persian. This is because their similar appearance is deceptive and without paying attention to the slight incompatibility in the words of these verses, similar understanding and therefore similar translations is presented. This leads to the faulty translation. This article, provided with descriptive approach and critical analysis, and considered cases of verbal singular allegorical verses, in particular different cases in terms of nouns, verbs or verb type, and in addition to analyzing the reasons for their similarities and differences, the provided translations of these verses, by the translators of the Qur'an:(Ayati, khorramshahi, Sha'rani, fuladvand, Qomshhay, Makarem Shirazi) has been investigated. Reviewing these translations proved that the implications of these verses, not translated correctly and firmly, in most cases. So the author has offered more accurate translations of these verses.
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Received: 2016/05/19 | Accepted: 2016/10/18 | Published: 2017/02/13

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