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  1. The word “Quran” (also spelled as “Koran”) refers to the holy scripture of Islam. It is considered the word of God (Allah) as revealed to the Prophet Muhammad through the Angel Gabriel. The Quran is written in Arabic and is the central religious text of Islam, providing guidance for Muslims in matters of faith, practice, and morality. It is divided into chapters called “Surahs” and is highly revered in Islamic culture and theology.

  2. The word “Quran” in some transliterations) is the holy book of Islam. It is considered the literal word of God as revealed to the Prophet Muhammad by The term “Quran” itself is Arabic and can be translated to mean “recitation” or “the recitation,” emphasizing its oral and auditory nature as a scripture meant to be recited and heard.

    1. The word Quan is derived from the Arabic word ‘قرأ’, which means ‘to read’ or ‘to recite. ‘ “So, the word Quran, it means ‘the thing that is recited again and again. As quran is recuted continously this ehy it is called Quran
    2. The word is derived from مقرون which means atrached/ joined/ combined. So the Quran’s verses and Surah’s are inter-connected with each other, this why it is called quran
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