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How naively you ignore that Arabic word for Arabic means Language of sons of soil of Arabian peninsula.
It is a noun termed as Relative Adjective [الإسمُ المنسوبُ]. It is a noun having a consonant "Yaa-ياءُ النَّسبِ" suffixed to its ending which indicates its relation to the noun from which it is derived. Thus, a unique feature of this language is that it defines the identity of its own people: the language of the sons of soil of Arabian peninsula; the language of the land that hosts the "House of Allah" on the Earth; and the universal leader of humanity, the Last Messenger of Allah the Exalted, Muhammad Sal'lallaa'hoalaih'wa'salam. This was the first language employed for teaching the First Man; and lately for the final teaching of knowledge and wisdom to the humanity universally through the ONLY teacher in timeline Muhammad Sal'lallaa'hoalaih'wa'salam.
It is an acknowledged fact that the Arabic, the mother tongue of the elevated universal Messenger Muhammad Sal'lallaa'hoalaih'wa'salam, became a prestigious language in the world after he recited and transcribed in writing the Grand Qur'aan:
Thereby, for reason of its universality and permanence, We have certainly rendered it: Grand Qur'aan easy, open and facilitative for reading and comprehension by transcribing it in the mother tongue: Arabic language of you Muhammad [Sal'lallaa'hoalaih'wa'salam].
The purpose of its facilitative rendering is that you the Messenger might give glad tidings-guarantee on the strength of this Grand Qur'aan to those who endeavor to remain cautious and avoid conduct inspired and governed by emotion in reverence and fear of Allah the Exalted;
And so that you the Messenger may admonish, with this Grand Qur'aan, the excessively argumentative people. [19:97]
Language of Grand Qur'aan
Some of your posts it is almost impossible to reply to, this is one of them.