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Morphological studies are the focus of attention of ancient and modern researchers, and the morphological structure is a basic pillar in the science of morphology. In the original structure, it has a meaning of its own, and when one of the letters is added to the original structure, it results in an increase in the meaning, and based on what Ibn Jana said, every increase in the meaning has an increase in the meaning. And the extra letters are (you asked) that enter the original buildings and it is either with one or two letters or not with three letters. An indication of the meanings that came in it in Surahs Ti Al-Baqara and Al-Imran. And the extent of this addition in the verses of the Holy Quran and its impact on the overall meaning of the text in which it came. And a statement of the employment of these meanings in the contexts used in them. With the study of this effect, a morphological-semantic study, due to its importance in morphological studies, as the research in the semantic structure is important in denoting the general meaning of the context in which it came on the one hand, and the morphological significance was taken in the expansion of the meaning because it took multiple forms in the semantic interpretation, the first of which The lexical and contextual significance, as these connotations change according to the effect that occurs in them, and all of these things come together in clarifying the true meaning of the morphological formulas that are represented by the comprehensive vision of those semantic meanings that are hidden behind those formulas on the other hand.

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