Ayah

Word by Word
كِلۡتَا
Each
ٱلۡجَنَّتَيۡنِ
(of) the two gardens
ءَاتَتۡ
brought forth
أُكُلَهَا
its produce
وَلَمۡ
and not
تَظۡلِم
did wrong
مِّنۡهُ
of it
شَيۡـٔٗاۚ
anything
وَفَجَّرۡنَا
And We caused to gush forth
خِلَٰلَهُمَا
within them
نَهَرٗا
a river
كِلۡتَا
Each
ٱلۡجَنَّتَيۡنِ
(of) the two gardens
ءَاتَتۡ
brought forth
أُكُلَهَا
its produce
وَلَمۡ
and not
تَظۡلِم
did wrong
مِّنۡهُ
of it
شَيۡـٔٗاۚ
anything
وَفَجَّرۡنَا
And We caused to gush forth
خِلَٰلَهُمَا
within them
نَهَرٗا
a river

Translation

Each of those gardens brought forth its produce, and failed not in the least therein: in the midst of them We caused a river to flow.

Tafsir

Each of the two the Paradises (kiltaa, 'each [of the two]' is a singular [noun] that indicates a dual [number]; and [the entire clause] is the subject) yielded (aatat is the predicate thereof) its produce, its fruit, without stinting, diminishing, anything thereof. And We caused a stream to gush forth therein, to run through them.

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