Knowing the author’s style contributes greatly to the understanding of the these studies. For this reason some authors refer briefly to the style they follow in their forewords. In some studies, it is enough to give the necessity to write his study, not to mention the point about style. Zemahshari (d. 538/1144) did not mention some of the styles he followed in his book Kashaf. One of these is the tamrez (???????) forms used in the study. These patterns, which are sometimes used in the transmission of the news, show the weakness of the narrations according to the hadith method. Because the common feature of these patterns is that it is not known to whom the news belongs. However, knowing the owner of the verse is an important influence in the evaluation of the quality of the verb. For this reason, in Islamic sciences, these patterns have been used to convey unacceptable or undesirable translations and interpretations. Since the authors can not pass on these without mentioning them, they convey these views with their comments on the weakness. However, we believe that Zemahshari does not use these forms exactly in this sense. In this article examines the purposes of Zemahshari’s use of tamrez forms in his book and how they can be distinguished from each other.
Dabba, Kashaf, Tamrez Forms, Va Kîla, Zemahshari