The Submerged Syntactical: Ibn Al-Nahwyah (Son Of Syntax)

Nawaf Abd Al-Kareem Ibrahim Ghraybeh


This research aims to unveil one of Arab syntax milepost, in the 7th and 8th Hijri centuries, that milepost who is known as “the son of syntax”, who is not well known for sons of the Arabic language and for the researchers too.

It was a painstaking search in order to know more about his life and his syntactical views; because the biographies which presented his life is few, and they don’t exceed 5, 1- ALDORAR ALKAMENAH for IBN HOJJA ALASQALANI, BUGHYAT ALWOAH FE TABAQAT ALUGHAWAYEIN W ALNOHAT for ALSYOOTY, MO’JAM ALALQAB W ALASMA’ ALMOSTA’ARAH FE ALTAREIKH AL-ESLAMI for Dr FUAD SALEH AL-SAYED, AND MO’JAM ALE’LAM, for ALZARKALI; because his teachers and students was not well known as same as Ibn Al-Nahwyah.

These two reasons increased the difficulty of search, as a result I couldn’t catch the biographies codes, which indicates this embedded milepost, whom the history forget his luck of fame and identifying. Despite the lack of the scientific article which addresses this milepost, I was able to collect an acceptable article defines Ibn Al-Nahwyah and his stature.

Keywords: Ibn Al-Nahwyah, Sharh Alkafiyah, ALDORAR ALKAMENAH

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