# Which letter is used most often in the Koran?

Another mathematical miracle in the Qur'an is that the number 19 in the verses is used in an encrypted manner. This number, to which the verse "Above him are nineteen" (sura 74:30 - al-Muddaththir), is ciphered in various places in the Qur'an.

The Bismillah formula consists of 19 letters.

The Quran consists of 114 (19 x 6) suras.

The first sura that was revealed (96th sura) is the 19th sura from the back.

The first verses that were revealed are the first 5 verses of Sura 96 and the total number of words in these verses is 19.

As can be seen, the first 5 verses consist of 19 words. The symbol " "that is in between is a letter, not a word. The letters""are also not included.

The first sura (al-'Alaq) that was revealed consists of 19 verses and 285 (19 x 15) letters.

The last sura an-nas consists of 19 words.

In addition, the first verse of this sura, which mentions Allah's help, consists of 19 letters.

There are 114 (19x6) Bismillah formulas in the Qur'an. And that number is 6 times 19.

113 suras of the Qur'an begin with Bismillah. The only sura that does not begin with the Bismillah formula is the 9th sura (at-Tauba). In the Qur'an there are only 2 Bismillah formulas in Sura an-Naml. One is at the beginning of the sura and the other is in the 30th verse of the sura. If we count from Sura at-Tauba, which does not start with the Bismillah formula, we see that Sura an-Naml is in the 19th row.

Not only at the beginning of the 27th sura (an-Naml), which comes after 19 suras, but also in the 30th verse is the Bismillah formula. This means that there are 2 Bismillah formulas in Sura 27. It is the 30th verse of the 27th sura that completes the number of Bismillah formulas to 114. If we add the number of the sura and the verse, i.e. 27 and 30, we get the number 57 (19x3).

The addition of the sura numbers from Sura at-Tauba (9) an to Sura an-Naml (27) is as follows:

(9 + 10 + 11 + 12 + 13 + 14 + 15 + 16 + 17 + 18 + 19 + 20 + 21 + 22 + 23 + 24 + 25 + 26 + 27 =) 342. And that's 18 times 19.

The sum of the words "Allah" mentioned in the suras whose sura number is 19 and a multiple of 19 is 133 (19 x 7).

The Abjad value of the Arabic word "vahd", which means "one and only", is 19. In the Qur'an, this word was used for different terms, e.g. a dish or a door. This word is used 19 times as "the only God".

The sum of the numbers of the suras and verses of the verses in which the word "vahd" is mentioned 19 times is: 361 (19 x 19)

The Arabic word for the phrase "serve only Allah" is "Vahdahu" and this is mentioned in verses 7:70, 39:45, 40:12, 40:84 and 60: 4. If these numbers are added without repeating, we get the number 361 (19 x 19).

The number of verses from the first letter (Alif, Lam, Mim; Sura 2: 1 - al-Baqara) to the last letter (Nun; 68: 1 - al-Qalam) is 5,263 (19 x 277).

Between the first sura with the first letters and the last sura with the first letters there are 38 (19 x 2) suras that do not begin with the first letters.

The word "Rahman" (the gracious) is used 57 (19x3) times in the Quran.

There are 30 different numbers in the Qur'an.

If we add all of these numbers (except for the repetitions), we get the number 162146. And that's 8534 times 19.

1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11+12+13+14+15+16+17+18+19+20+30+40+50+60+70+

80 + 99 + 100 + 200 + 300 + 1000 + 2000 + 3000 + 5000 + 50000 + 100000 = 162,146 (19 x 8534)

In addition to these 30 numbers, the Quran mentions 8 fractions. These numbers are 1/10, 1/8, 1/6, 1/5, 1/3, 2/3. That is, the Quran contains 38 (19x2) different numbers.

The first sura that has 19 verses is al-Infitar. Another characteristic of this sura is that the last word is "Allah". This is also the 19th "Allah" word from the back of the Quran.

At the beginning of the 50th sura, which begins with the letter "Qaf", there are 57 (19x3) Qaf letters. In the 42nd sura, which again begins with the letter Qaf, there are also 57 (19x3) Qaf letters. The 50th sura has 45 verses. If we add these numbers together, we get the number 95 (19x5). The 42nd sura has 53 verses. If we add these up (42 + 53), we get again the number 95 (19x5).

The Abjad value of the word "Majid" (exalted) found in the first verse of Surah Qaf is 57 (19x3). As mentioned above, the addition of the Qaf letters in the sura is also 57.

If we add up the numbers of the verses of Sura Qaf in which the Qaf letters are located, we get the number 798 (19x42). The number 42 is another sura number that starts with the letter Qaf.

The letter "Nun" is only at the beginning of the 68th sura. The number of nun letters in this sura is 133 (19x7).

If we take the number of verses of the suras whose sura number is a multiple of the number 19 (including the Bismillah formula):

The letters "Ya" and "Sin" are at the beginning of Sura Ya Sin. While the letter "Sin" is repeated 48 times in Surah Ya Sin, the letter "Ya" is mentioned 237 times. If we add these two numbers together, we get 285 (19 x 15).

Only one sura, the 7th sura, begins with the letters "alif", "lam", "mim", "sad". In this sura there are 2529 "alif", 1530 "lam", 1164 "mim" and 97 "sad" letters. As a result, these letters are repeated a total of 2529 + 1530 + 1164 + 97 = 5320 (19 x 280) times in this sura.

"Alif", "lam", "mim" are the letters that are most commonly used in the Arabic language. These letters are found together at the beginning of the six suras 2, 3, 29, 30, 31 and 32 and these three letters appear in each of the six suras as a multiple of 19 in the order [9899 (19 x 521) , 5662 (19 x 298), 1672 (19 x 88), 1254 (19 x 66), 817 (19 x 43)]. These three letters are repeated a total of 19874 (19 x 1046) times in these 6 suras.

The first letters "alif", "lam" and "ra" are in the 10th, 11th, 12th, 14th and 15th suras. The letters are used in these suras a total of 2489 (19 x 131), 2489 (19x131), 2375 (19 x 125), 1197 (19 x 63) and 912 (19 x 48) times.

The total number of repetitions of the letters "alif", "lam", "mim", "ra" is 1482 (19 x 78). The letter "alif" is repeated 605 times, "lam" 480 times, "mim" 260 times and "ra" 137 times.

The first letters "qaf", "ha", "ya", "ayn" and "sad" are found in only one, the 19th sura. In this sura the letter "qaf" is repeated 137 times, the letter "ha" 175 times, "ya" 343 times, "ayn" 117 times and "sad" 26 times. The total number of repetitions of these 5 letters is 137 + 175 + 343 + 117 + 26 = 798 (19 x 42)

Other dates are as follows, based on the entire Quran:

- The word "etiu" (obey) is mentioned 19 times,

- The words "abd" (servant), "abid" (someone who serves) and "worship" are repeated 152 (19x8) times.

The numerical Abjad value of some of Allah's names given below as an example is also a multiple of the number 19.

Vahd (the only one) 19 (19 x 1)

Dschami (the Gatherer) 114 (19 x 6)

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