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Shahroudi M R, Ghaseminia M A, bilkar M S. A Study of the Performance of the Translators of the Holy Quran in Translating Differences in Similar Verses (Case Study of Haddad Adel, Rezaei, Taheri, Fouladvand, Kavianpour, Garmaroodi and Makarem Shirazi Translations). QHTS. 2022; 8 (16) :40-75
URL: http://qhts.modares.ac.ir/article-10-48394-en.html
1- Associate Professor of Quranic Sciences and Hadith, Faculty of Theology and Islamic Studies, University of Tehran
2- PhD of of Quranic Sciences and Hadith, Faculty of Theology and Islamic Studies, University of Tarbiat Modares
3- PhD Candidate of Quranic Sciences and Hadith, Faculty of Theology and Islamic Studies, University of Tehran , ms.bilkar@ut.ac.ir
Abstract:   (555 Views)
"Verbal similarity", which has been interpreted as "Mutashābih Al-Qurān", and sometimes as “Mutashabihāt Al-Qurān” in the ancient works of Quranic sciences, refers to verses of the Qur'an that, despite slight and very accurate differences, are repeated in a subject or subjects and contain similar words. Some of these differences include: emphasis and lack of it, definition and reflection, difference in preposition, excess and deficiency, and tense of the verb. The similarities in such similar verbal verses and the accuracy of the differences in such verses have caused translators to slip in translating these verses. These mistakes are mainly due to not paying attention to the small and invisible differences in these verses and in some cases have led to uniformity, and consequently misplaced uniformity in translation. In the present study, first, types of verbal similarity and examples of such verses are introduced and the reason for their differences is explained. The results show that the best performance is related to Mousavi Garmaroodi with 78.56% accuracy. Rezaei with 71.42%, Fooladvand with 50%, Haddad Adel and Taheri with 28.56%, Kavianpour and Makarem Shirazi with 14.28% are next.
 
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Article Type: مقالات علمی پژوهشی | Subject: Arts and Humanities (General)
Received: 2020/12/16 | Accepted: 2021/08/8 | Published: 2022/02/9

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