Fiqh is from the field, whose soil was turned [zar’á] by Ábdullāh ibn Masúūd and irrigated by Álqamah; Ibrahim an-Nakhaýī harvested it; Ĥammād pounded it; Abū Ĥanifah grounded it to fine flour; Abū Yūsuf kneaded it and Muĥammad baked the bread. And people eat this bread.al-fiqhu zarú bni masúūdin; wa álqamah
ĥaşşāduhu thumma ibrāhimu dawwāsu
númānu ťaĥinuhu, yáqūbu áājinuhu
muĥammadun khābizu, wa’l ākilu’n nāsuFiqh is from the field, whose soil was turned [zar’á] by Ábdullāh ibn Masúūd and Álqamah –
irrigated which; Ibrahim an-Nakhaýī pounded it;
Abū Ĥanifah Númān grounded it to fine flour; Abū Yūsuf kneaded it,
Muĥammad baked the bread and people eat this bread.

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