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اَلَّذِي means "the one who / which".
"that which"( "the one who / which"., "those who", "that which" )
Ism Mausool is the connecting noun or the relative pronoun.
The Silah is the word or sentence which explains the .
All the feminine Ism Mausool have the letter ت in them except one.
قَالُوا هَٰذَا الَّذِي رُزِقْنَا مِن قَبْلُ ۖ is the correct example of Ism Mausool which are those nouns that connect together two nouns or two sentences; they relate the words before and after it.
They are six
five( six, seven, four, five ) reasons for a word to be proper.
A word can never have both ال and tanween
fathah( tanween, dhammah, kasrah, fathah ).
هَذَا (this) is proper because it is a pointer.
Ism Isharah is used to point another noun and it indicates which item, object,person or concept is being referred to.
The Musharun Ilayh is the word or group of words
to join or connect
the word or sentence to explains( the word or group of words, to join or connect, the word or sentence to explains ) that Ism Isharah point to in a sentence or a context.