الاستعارة والكناية في الأحاديث النبوية الواردة في "الأربعين" للنووي
Keywords:Metaphor, Metonymy, Benefits of metaphor and metonymy, the prophetic á¸¤adith
The metaphor and metonymy is one of the important rhetorical arts, which is witnessed by Arabic language, the holy QurÊ¼an, and the prophetic á¸¤adith. This research is a new attempt to study the metaphor and metonymy in the Prophetic á¸¤adith only, as it formed in the á¸¤adith a stylistic phenomenon, in which the characteristics of a comprehensive speech are manifested. The choice is based on some of the prophetic á¸¤adith that selected from the book: â€œThe fortyâ€ authored by al-Imam Nawawi -for the example, but not on the basis of the limitation- because they are famous narrations narrated by the senior and young narrators. The reason for choosing this topic is the nature of the subject itself, which is aimed at an important technical objective. Each of the metaphor and metonymy is the essence of rhetoric in Arabic, where it extracts the understanding of speech to increase the longing, magnification and ratification of the words of the Prophet Muá¸¥ammad (peace be upon him) on the one hand. On the other hand, there is a great linguistic wealth in the á¸¤adith of the Prophet Muá¸¥ammad to study, especially in the field of metaphor and metonymy as the rhetorical study, which did not find the right luck in terms of research and study independently to give them their right and reveal their secrets.