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waʿinaban
وَعِنَبًا
And grapes
waqaḍban
وَقَضْبًا
and green fodder,

Wa 'inabaw-wa qadba

Sahih International:

And grapes and herbage

1 A. J. Arberry

and vines, and reeds,

2 Abdul Haleem

and vines, fresh vegetation,

3 Abdul Majid Daryabadi

And grapes and vegetables

4 Abdullah Yusuf Ali

And Grapes and nutritious plants,

5 Abul Ala Maududi

together with grapes and vegetables,

6 Ahmed Ali

And grapes and herbage,

7 Ahmed Raza Khan

And grapes and fodder,

8 Ali Quli Qarai

as well as vines and vegetables,

9 Ali Ünal

And grapes, and edible plants,

10 Amatul Rahman Omar

As well as grapes, vegetables,

11 English Literal

And grapes and all trees and vegetation when it regrows for animal consumption i.e.) clover.

12 Faridul Haque

And grapes and fodder,

13 Hamid S. Aziz

And grapes and clover,

14 Hilali & Khan

And grapes and clover plants (i.e. green fodder for the cattle),

15 Maulana Mohammad Ali

And the olive and the palm,

16 Mohammad Habib Shakir

And grapes and clover,

17 Mohammed Marmaduke William Pickthall

And grapes and green fodder

18 Muhammad Sarwar

grapes, vegetables,

19 Qaribullah & Darwish

grapes, and fresh fodder,

20 Safi-ur-Rahman al-Mubarakpuri

And grapes and Qadb,

21 Wahiduddin Khan

and grape vines and vegetables,

22 Talal Itani

And grapes and herbs.

23 Tafsir jalalayn

and vines and herbs (qadb is moist qatt),

24 Tafseer Ibn Kathir

And We cause therein Habb to grow. And grapes and Qadb,
- Al-Habb refers to all types of seeds (or grains).

- Grapes are well-known.
- Al-Qadb are the moist (green) herbal plants that animals graze on. It is also called Al-Qat.

Ibn `Abbas, Qatadah, Ad-Dahhak and As-Suddi, all said this.

Al-Hasan Al-Basri said, "Al-Qadb is fodder.