Ayah

Word by Word
الٓرۚ
Alif Lam Ra
كِتَٰبٌ
(This is) a Book
أُحۡكِمَتۡ
are perfected
ءَايَٰتُهُۥ
its Verses
ثُمَّ
moreover
فُصِّلَتۡ
explained in detail
مِن
from
لَّدُنۡ
the One Who
حَكِيمٍ
(is) All-Wise
خَبِيرٍ
All-Aware
الٓرۚ
Alif Lam Ra
كِتَٰبٌ
(This is) a Book
أُحۡكِمَتۡ
are perfected
ءَايَٰتُهُۥ
its Verses
ثُمَّ
moreover
فُصِّلَتۡ
explained in detail
مِن
from
لَّدُنۡ
the One Who
حَكِيمٍ
(is) All-Wise
خَبِيرٍ
All-Aware

Translation

A. L. R. (This is) a Book, with verses basic or fundamental (of established meaning), further explained in detail,- from One Who is Wise and Well-acquainted (with all things):

Tafsir

Huud (Prophet Huud may peace be upon him) Meccan, except for verses 12, 17, and 114, which are Medinese; it consists of 123 verses, and was revealed after Yoonus. Alif laam raa': God knows best what He means by these [letters]; this is, a Book whose verses have been set clear, through marvellous arrangement and wonderful meanings, and then detailed, expounded, through rulings, stories and admonitions, from One Wise, Informed, that is, [from] God.

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