Matn Al-Ajrumiyyah Fi 'l-Nahw Wa 'l-Sarf

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Matn Al-Ajrumiyyah Fi 'l-Nahw Wa 'l-Sarf

The text deals with the sections of morphological grammar in a general and comprehensive manner, so it is known by the syntax, the signs of inflection, and by verbs, and deals with the nominative nouns such as the subject, and knows the subject, the predicate, and the factors involved in them, and it studies the section of the adjective, kindness, emphasizing and baldness, and it deals with many chapters in detail and in summary without shortening, and the text of Durra deals with speech And its divisions, the five nouns, the twofold, the plural, the five verbs, the verbs, the pronouns, and the permissiveness

Pocket sized edition of Matn al-Ajrumiyyah Fi 'l-Nahw Wa 'l-Sarf. Also includes al-Durrah al-Yatimah, a 100 verse didactic poem on Nahw, by Sai'd ibn Nabhan al-Hadrami.

Arabic text only.


  1. Speech and what it consists of
  2. Expression
  3. Knowing the signs of inflection
  4. Actions
  5. The propositions of names
  6. The perpetrator
  7. The object whose subject is not named
  8. The subject and the predicate
  9. Factors involved in the subject and the predicate
  10. Was and her sisters
  11. She and her sisters
  12. Thought and her sisters
  13. Adjective
  14. Kindness
  15. Emphasis
  16. Allowance
  17. Positions of names
  18. The effect of it
  19. Source
  20. Adverb of time and place
  21. The situation
  22. Discrimination
  23. The exception
  24. The herald
  25. The effect for his sake
  26. The effect with him
  27. Derogatory Names
  28. Lowered by the letter (bab) lowered in addition to
  29. The text of the orphan Durra
  30. Introduction
  31. Singular parsing and plural cracking
  32. The Five Names
  33. Al-Muthanna
  34. The plural of the sound masculine
  35. The plural of the peaceful feminine
  36. The Five Actions
  37. Division of Verbs
  38. Nawasib
  39. Al-Jawazm
  40. The Unknowing and Knowledge
  41. Excerpts from names
  42. Mentioned from the Names
  43. Applying the noun of the subject
  44. Acting on the source
  45. Traction

About The Author 

Abu Abdullah Muhammad bin Abdullah (Ibn Ajrum)

Abu Abdullah Muhammad bin Abdullah (Ibn Ajrum) He is Abu Abdullah Muhammad bin Muhammad bin Daoud Al - Sinhaji, and he was known as Ibn Ajrum, which means in the Berber language, the pious poor Sufi .

The birth and upbringing of Ibn Ajrum He was born in the city of Fez in the year 672 AH in the Maghreb. He received his initial education in the city of Fez and received the title of Imamate in the science of grammar. He was distinguished by good manners and self-righteousness . He was also famous for his piety and righteousness, and his contemporaries described him as one of the jurists and grammatical scholars, and was able to read the Holy Qur’an and its recitation.

Ibn Ajrum is one of the most important scholars who appeared in the Maghreb, where he lived during the 13th and 14th centuries, and his sciences and knowledge varied between Islamic jurisprudence, Quranic readings, intonation, and language sciences. Hence, he was called Ibn Ajrum. 

The life of Abu Abdullah Muhammad bin Abdullah (Ibn Ajrum) After spending a period of time in the city of Fez, Abu Abdullah Muhammad decided to travel to Mecca with the intention of pilgrimage. Indeed, he began his journey through the Egyptian city of Cairo, where he resided for a period of time and studied under Abu Hayyan Muhammad bin Yusuf Al-Gharnati, and obtained from him a license in Grammar and language.Upon his arrival in Mecca, he resided there for a period of time and composed his famous agronomists, after which he decided to return to the city of Fez, which seems to have decided that he would start teaching the Holy Qur’an and grammar, in the Andalusian neighborhood mosque and remained there .

The most important writings and books of Ibn Ajrum Ibn Ajrum left many valuable books and literature, and perhaps among them are the following:

  • Al-Muqaddimah Al-Ajurumieh fi Principles of Arabic Science.
  • Fara’id Al-Ma’ani’s book explaining Haraz Wishes and Greetings.
  • Arjoza book master in the origin of the headquarters of Imam Nafie.
  • A book of rectification on the guidance of the suspicious.
  • The book of insight into facilitation systems.
  • Alfat Al Wasl Book. The Book of Benefits.

The sheikhs of Ibn Ajrum and his students Ibn Ajrum studied at the hands of a group of distinguished jurists with knowledge and knowledge, including: Sheikh Imam Muhammad bin Yusuf Abu Hayyan Al-Nahawi Al-Gharnati, author of the book Al-Bahr Al-Mohit in Tafsir. Imam Muhammad bin Al-Qassab Abu Abdullah. Sheikh Muhammad bin Abdul Rahim bin Abdul Rahman bin Al-Tayyib Abu Al-Qasim Al-Qaisi, the blind. Abdul Malik bin Musa Abu Marwan.

As for the most famous of his students and those who received knowledge at his honorable hands: His son, Abdullah bin Muhammad Abu Muhammad. His son, Muhammad bin Muhammad Abu al-Makarim, is called by a handkerchief, and his nickname is: Abu Abdullah. Sheikh Ahmed bin Muhammad bin Shuaib Abu Al-Abbas Al-Jaznai Al-Tayeb. Professor Abdullah bin Omar Abu Muhammad al-Wangili, a blind grammatical jurist.

Muhammad bin Ali bin Omar bin Yahya bin Al-Arabi Al-Ghassani Grammar. Muhammad bin Ibrahim bin Ishaq Abu Abdullah Al-Qadi Al-Hadrami. Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Hizbullah Abu Al-Abbas al-Saadi al-Khazraji al-Nahwi. Ibn Hakam. Mohammed bin Ahmed bin Ali Al-Hasani. The death of the great scholar and jurist Ibn Ajrum

The great scholar and jurist Ibn Ajrum died in the month of Safar in the year 723 AH corresponding to 1323 AD, when he was only 51 years old. He was buried in Bab al-Jizin, known to the people of Morocco as Bab al-Hamra, to the right of Bab al-Futuh in the city of Fez. Al-Muqaddimah Al-Ajurumieh fi Principles of Arabic Science Al-Ajrūmiyyah is one of the most important books in grammar, developed by Ibn Ajrum, and it seems that he called it by many names such as Matn al-Ajrūmiyyah or al-Muqaddimah al-Ajrūmiyya, and linguists considered it one of the most important Arabic books written in the science of grammar.

Perhaps this is the reason why many Arabic linguists and grammar specialists responded by explaining and simplifying it to students wishing to study the Arabic language and grammar sciences . It is very broad, so Ibn Ajrum took over its explanation, simplification and shortening. As for the Ajurumiyyah, it consisted of 145 chapters in which it dealt with all the rules of grammar, morphology, sounds, poetic necessities, the conjugation of verbs, and the way to express them. It is worth noting that this ajārūmiyyah has spread widely among students of science, due to the simplicity of the method, and it has come to be called the science itself, which deals with the explanation of the origins of the language and its characteristics as well as its rules.

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  • ISBN 13: 977-342-040-x
  • ISBN: 10: 977-342-040-x
  • ISBN: 977-342-040-x
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  • Author: Sai'd ibn Nabhan al-Hadrami.  ابي عبد الله محمد بن محمد بن داود الصنهاجي المشهور بابن اجروم  Abu Abdullah Muhammad bin Abdullah (Ibn Ajrum)
  • Edited and illustrated By: Sai'd ibn Nabhan al-Hadrami.  ابي عبد الله محمد بن محمد بن داود الصنهاجي المشهور بابن اجروم  Abu Abdullah Muhammad bin Abdullah (Ibn Ajrum)
  • Publisher: Dar al-Salam (Cairo)
  • Imprint: Dar al-Salam (Cairo)
  • Publication Date: 2015
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  • Binding: Paperback / Softcover / Paperboard / Softbound
  • Pages: 64
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  • Weight: 294g
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