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Discussion in 'Language Notes' started by Aqdas, Jul 30, 2013.
the water of the water of zamzam
the water of the well of Zamzam Shareef
a brother gave me an example: aab e zamzam ka paani
yes, it is repetitive if the meanings of the words are considered
if languages, are considered, you're using the word only once in each language
lots of people say in urdu too - "Shab-e-Qadr ki raat"; shab already is raat in persian & urdu.
am i right in thinking it's repetitive to say 'the night of laylat al-qadr' because layl means night so that would be like saying 'the night of night of power'?