(literally, "sign") a "verse" of the Qur'an.
(sing) A unit within a Surah of the Qur'an.
Literally means "sign"; used to refer to a verse of the Quran, each of which is a sign of God. Plural is "ayat"
(pl. ayat) A sign, proofs, evidences, verses, lessons.
is a sign of Allah or a verse of the Qur'an (pl. Ayat)
In Arabic the word â€œayahâ€ means â€œsign, proof, evidence etc.â€ and is used in this regard throughout the Qurâ€™an. The term is also used for a single verse of the Qurâ€™an, as this too is a sign to mankind.
Verse of the Holy Quran.
The Arabic meaning of Ayah is a miracle and a sign. The Qur'an is considered to be a miracle itself. Each verse or sentence is called an Ayah or a miracle. The plural of Ayah is called Ayat, which means miracles.
Literally translates as a "miracle or sign". This is the smallest unit of revelation (verse) contained in the Holy Quran.
verses of the Qur’an; also means signs and miracles.