Surah/Chapter of the Qur’an - سُورةٌ

A distinctive set of verses from the Qur’an that has a beginning and an end, a special name, and a minimum of three verses.

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Qur’anic verse - آيَةٌ

"Āyah" (pl. āyāt"): sign, indication, a verse of the Qur’an. Other meanings: miracle, proof, evidence, wonder, admonition.

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Sub-parts of the Qur’an - أَحْزَابُ القُرْآنِ

Consecutive portions of the Qur’an that are marked by a certain sign in the "mus'haf" (physical copy of the Qur’an). They are well coordinated and are read uninterruptedly within a known time frame.

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The seven-verse surah/The often-repeated surah - السَّبْعُ الـمَثَاني

Sūrat al-Fātihah, which is seven verses.

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The seven long surahs - السَّبْعُ الطِّوَالُ

A set of surahs of the Qur’an starting with Sūrat al-Baqarah and ending with either Sūrat Yunus or Sūrat-ut-Tawbah and Sūrat al-Anfāl (together).

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Counting verses - عَدُّ الآيِّ

A science that deals with counting the number of verses in a certain surah or in the entire Qur’an, along with identifying the beginning and the end of each verse.

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