Al-Quran Surah 89. Al-Fajr, Ayah 7

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إِرَمَ ذَاتِ الْعِمَادِ


Asad : [the people of] Iram the many-pillared,
Khattab :

˹the people˺ of Iram—with ˹their˺ great stature,

Malik : The residents of Iram, the city of lofty pillars,
Pickthall : With many-columned Iram,
Yusuf Ali : Of the (city of) Iram with lofty pillars 6114
Transliteration : Irama thati alAAimadi
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Yusuf Ali 6114 Iram would seem to have been an ancient 'Ad capital, in southern Arabia. It boasted of lofty architecture ("lofty pillars"). Some Commentators understand Iram to be the name of an eponymous hero of the 'Ad, in which case the following line, "with lofty pillars", should be construed "of lofty stature". The 'Ad were a tall race.

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