Jibril/Gabriel/Urge/Impulse/Instinct

Here are some of the uses of JBR in the Quran:

 

bijabbārin (بِجَبَّارٍ) noun

genitive masculine singular indefinite noun (اسم
مجرور)

(50:45:8) … the one to compel. …

jabbāran (جَبَّارًا) noun (3)

accusative masculine singular indefinite noun (اسم
منصوب)

(19:14:5) … a tyrant …

(19:32:5) … insolent, …

(28:19:24) … a tyrant …

jabbārīna (جَبَّارِينَ) noun

accusative masculine plural noun (اسم
منصوب)

(26:130:4) … (as) tyrants. …

l-jabāru (ٱلْجَبَّارُ) adjective

nominative masculine singular adjective (صفة
مرفوعة)

(59:23:14) … the Irresistible, …

jabbārin (جَبَّارٍ) adjective (3)

genitive masculine singular indefinite adjective (صفة
مجرورة)

(11:59:11) … tyrant …

(14:15:4) … tyrant …

(40:35:23) … tyrant.” …

jabbārīna (جَبَّارِينَ) adjective

accusative masculine plural adjective (صفة
منصوبة)

(5:22:6) … (of) tyrannical strength …

 

FORCE, COMPULSION, URGE

 

 

Therefore, jibril means an irresistible urge or impulse from God! Like instinct!

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