وَقَالَ نِسۡوَةٌ فِى ٱلۡمَدِينَةِ ٱمۡرَأَتُ ٱلۡعَزِيزِ تُرَٰوِدُ فَتَىٰهَا عَن نَّفۡسِهِۦ ۖ قَدۡ شَغَفَهَا حُبًّا ۖ إِنَّا لَنَرَىٰهَا فِى ضَلَٰلٍ مُّبِينٍ
Ladies said in the City: "The wife of the (great) 'Aziz is seeking to seduce her slave from his (true) self: Truly hath he inspired her with violent love: we see she is evidently going astray."<br/>
And some of the women in the city, the city of Egypt, said, 'The Court Officer's wife has been seducing her boy, her servant. Indeed he has smitten her heart with love, (hubban is for specification, in other words, '[her] love of him has entered her heart's pericardium (shaghaafa qalbihaa), that is, its inner casing). Lo! We see her to be in plain aberration', that is, in error evident, in her love of him.