عنوان مقاله [English]
Analyzing the spoken language of the Holy Qur'an reveals different meanings of the written language. The influence of "stress" (sound pressure of syllables versus other syllables), as a semantic distinguishing element, sometimes plays an important role in inferring the correct or incorrect meanings of the Qur'an. The strength of stress on the syllabic level within words, regardless of the degree of strength and weakness, is the main subject of this study, displaying Qur'anic words independently of other phonetic elements, such as prosody. It is assumed that the distinguishing role of stress on the level of Qur'anic words - and not on the level of sentences - shows several cases, albeit small but significant. Therefore, different examples of these roles were selected to clarify their comparative functions in changing lexical meanings, the most important of which are the distinguishing role of some types of verbs such as feminine and masculine, singular and dual (Muthanna), double trilateral (thalathi muza’af), and added trilateral (thalathi mazid);, and similar cases that have been analyzed in a descriptive, comparative manner so that the phonological value of stress becomes clear to the audience, although the percentage of phonological value of stress on non-phonological value of stress is much less in Arabic language.