Wannajmi izaa hawaa
By the star when it descends,
Maa dalla saahibukum wa maa ghawaa
Your companion [i.e., Muhammad] has not strayed, nor has he erred,
Wa maa yyantiqu 'anilhawaaa
Nor does he speak from [his own] inclination.
In huwa illaa Wahyuny yoohaa
It is not but a revelation revealed,
'Allamahoo shadeedul quwaa
Taught to him by one intense in strength [i.e., Gabriel] –
Zoo mirratin fastawaa
One of soundness. And he rose to [his] true form
Wa huwa bil ufuqil a'laa
While he was in the higher [part of the] horizon.
Summa danaa fatadalla
Then he approached and descended
Fakaana qaaba qawsaini aw adnaa
And was at a distance of two bow lengths or nearer.
Fa awhaaa ilaa 'abdihee maaa awhaa
And he revealed to His Servant what he revealed [i.e., conveyed].
|Ayah Sajadat (سجدة):||62|
|Surah Name (latin):||An-Najm|
|Surah Title:||The Star|
|Number of verses:||62|
|Number of Rukūʿs:||3|
|Starting from verse:||4784|