عنوان مقاله [English]
"Narrative Semantics" is a semantic approach that in addition to arguing lexical traditions (narratives in which the meaning of a word is explained), apply all the traditions of the household of the Prophet of God (S.A.W.) as a source of authentic Arabic language usage. Evaluating the Imamiyya Qur’an scholars’ attitude towards this approach is the main issue of the article. Examining the activities of Imamiyya scholars to study the semantics of the Qur'an shows that jurists, commentators and linguists, have often adopted the same approach with the lexical traditions. If it conflicts with the words of the lexicographers, they have tried to resolve the conflict, or prefer the narrative point of view. Regarding the reference to the Qur'an's narrative words usage, although there are signs of Imamiyya scholars’ attention to this approach, but due to the difficulty of this method, they have not been able to take much advantage of it. Three great Shiite lexicographers, Sayyid Nur al-Din al-Jazayiri, Seyed Ali Akbar Ghoreishi and Ali al-Kourani Ameli, have paid much attention to this approach.