عنوان مقاله [English]
This study examined order in the meanings of Qur'anic verbs and derivatives with common Fa’ letter. The main objective was to discover order in the meaning of the Qur'anic words and to say that order, in addition to Qur'anic verbs and derivatives with common Fa’ letter, exists in their meanings and that a significant percentage of them mean the same (to open and to separate). In other words, this study examined to what extent the Qur'anic verbs and derivatives with common starting Fa’ letter mean "to open" and "to separate", signifying the Qur'anic order. To find answer to this question, several dictionaries were checked and all verbs and derivatives in the Qur'an that begin with the letter Fa’ were extracted along with their meanings, and in each the intended meaning were analyzed. In this regard, all the verbs and derivatives, repeated or not, were considered regarding weighted average. In the end, it turned out that 38 percent of the verbs with no repetition and 57 percent of the repeated verbs meant "to open". Furthermore, 54.6 percent of Qur'anic derivatives whose roots begin with the letter Fa’ has the meaning mentioned. This study showed that Qur'anic order exists among the meanings of Qur'anic ayahs and words besides ayahs and words themselves.