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Abū ‘Amr Isḥaq ibn Mirār al-Shaybānī (d. 206/821, or 210/825, or 213/828, or 216/831) was a famous lexicographer-encyclopedist and collector-transmitter of Arabic poetry of the of philology. A native of Ramādat al-Kūfah, who lived in Baghdad, he was a mawla (client) under the protection of the Banū Shaybān, hence his nisba. Descended from an Iranian landowner (dihqān) on his paternal side, his mother was a Nabaṭī and he reportedly knew a little of the Nabataean language. The biographers al-Nadīm and Ibn Khallikān quote a claim by 's that he lived to the age of one hundred and eighteen and wrote in his own hand up to his death, in 213/828. However this is disputed by a claim that he died in 206/821 aged one hundred and ten, and this latter is deemed credible.

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  • أبو عمرو الشيباني
  • Abu Amr Ishaq ibn Mirar al-Shaybani
  • Abu Amer Ixaque ibne Mirar Xaibani
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  • أبو عمرو إسحاق بن مِرار الشيباني (110 - 206هـ/728 - 821) نحوي وعالم لغة عربية، عُدَّ من الثقات وروى الحديث، وكان له اهتمام بالشعر حيث جمع أشعاراً لأكثر من ثمانين قبيلة. ولد أبو عمرو واستقر في الكوفة، وهو أعجمي الأصل كانت أمه نبطية، وبعد مجاورته لقبيلة شيبان انتسب إليها وسُمِّي باسمها. انتقل بعدها إلى بغداد وظل فيها حتى مماته. كان أبو عمرو كوفي المذهب فيما يتعلق بالنحو، وهو من أوائل نحاة الكوفة الذين ذهبوا إلى البوادي لتعلم النطق السليم. أخذ العلم عن كثير من العلماء أشهرهم: المفضل الضبي، أبو عمرو بن العلاء. وتتلمذ على يده علماء مشهورون: أحمد بن حنبل، أبو عبيد القاسم بن سلام، أحمد بن يحيى ثعلب.
  • Abu Amer Ixaque ibne Mirar Xaibani (Abu Amr Ishaq ibn Mirar al-Shaybani; ca. 738 - incerto, talvez 828) foi um proeminente lexicógrafo e colecionar de de Cufa.
  • Abū ‘Amr Isḥaq ibn Mirār al-Shaybānī (d. 206/821, or 210/825, or 213/828, or 216/831) was a famous lexicographer-encyclopedist and collector-transmitter of Arabic poetry of the of philology. A native of Ramādat al-Kūfah, who lived in Baghdad, he was a mawla (client) under the protection of the Banū Shaybān, hence his nisba. Descended from an Iranian landowner (dihqān) on his paternal side, his mother was a Nabaṭī and he reportedly knew a little of the Nabataean language. The biographers al-Nadīm and Ibn Khallikān quote a claim by 's that he lived to the age of one hundred and eighteen and wrote in his own hand up to his death, in 213/828. However this is disputed by a claim that he died in 206/821 aged one hundred and ten, and this latter is deemed credible.
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