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Waf~r. The verse also appears m Ibn ad-Dumama's diwan, p. 12. MuwaUu, p. 169, quotes the verse as composed by an unnamed slave-gIrl. 227. " The hInt, or perhaps. the IlldlCatIOn by ImplIcatIOn or mnuendo, has been varIOusly termed and classIfIed. NN, pp. 5<10-55, has iBiira as a subdIVISion. of wahy; S~n, pp 273-4, devotes a separate chapter to It. 'Umda, I, 272-5, offers a dIVISIOn of 1,sara III 8lght categones. Of later authors I refer only to Nuwanl, VII, 140, and to Fawa'id, pp. 125-6, who use wahy alternatmg WIth z8ara.
Cf. l'laz, p. 138 (trans p. 71) for the mterpretation of thIS verse. 130. D ca 643. The verse is quoted: Hamdsa, I, 75; Naqa'id, p. 52; Bayan, I, 184, 'Uyun, III, 164, Anbari, pp. ); Dala'~l, p. 121; Qanun, p. 445, lOOh, II, 129; LA, V, 196 21 , Lane, p. 400a; Sawlnd, p. 40a (BuhtHamdsa, no. ,awU. " (P. 79) There are (speCImens) of this category (biib) in the Qur'an, such as His words: " ... "l34 And: "Thy raiment-purify it 1"135 Al-Asma'i says . lie means (by raiment) the body. And the Arabs say: May my two raiments be thy ransom 1meaning 'themselv~s' .
Ij:ai1. 231 "And the disappomtment of him who was disappointed by the Ganiyy and the Bahila b. " An equivalent; (instance) from the Qur'an is: "If only by a Qur'an the mountains had been moved, or the earth been cleft;, or the dead been spoken to ... 'S1. as well as many (more) passages. Among the bad1-' (rhetorical figures) are further counted mubfilaga and guluww (hyperbole). 233 Thus, for instance, (P. 85) (it can be observed) in the verse of the poet 234 "We honor our client (neighbor, jar) as long as he stays in our midst, and we let (gIfts of) honor follow him wherever he turns" Further in the verse of another (poet) :235 230.
A tenth-century document of Arabic literary theory and criticism by MuhÌ£ammad ibn al-TÌ£ayyib BaÌ„qillaÌ„niÌ„