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The triliteral root hamza rā ḍād (أ ر ض) occurs in the Quran 461 times.

Creation of the Earth

(31:25) If you ask them: "Who created the Universes and the Earth (Arab. وَالْأَرْضَ, wal-arḍa)?" They will say, "God." Say, "Praise be to God." Yet, most of them do not know.

(16:3) He created the universes and the earth (Arab. وَالْأَرْضَ, wal-arḍa) with the truth. He is High above the partners they have set up.

Initiator of the Universes and the Earth

(2:117) Initiator of the Universes and the Earth (Arab. وَالْأَرْضِ, wal-arḍi), when He decrees a command, He merely says to it, "Be," and it is.

(6:101) Initiator of the Universes and the Earth (Arab. وَالْأَرْضِ, wal-arḍi), how can be for Him a son, when He did not take a wife? And He created all things and He is knowledgeable over all things.

Creation in the Earth

(2:29) He is the One who created for you all that is in The Earth (Arab. الْأَرْضِ, al-arḍi), then He attended to the Universe and made it seven universes, and He is aware of all things.

(13:3) And He is the One who solidified The Earth (Arab. الْأَرْضَ, l-arḍa) (crust), established on it mountain ranges and rivers, and from every fruit He made on it, a pair of two. He (causes) the night to cover the day. Verily, in that are (solid) signs for a people who use allegorical thinking.

Signs in the Earth

(45:3) Surely, in the universes and the earth (Arab. وَالْأَرْضِ, wal-arḍi) are signs for those who acknowledge.

(51:20) In the earth (Arab. الْأَرْضِ, l-arḍi) are signs for those who are certain.

Other

(5:17) Ingrates indeed are those who have said, "God is the Messiah the son of Mary."Say, "Who has any power against God if He had wanted to destroy the Messiah son of Mary, and his mother, and all who are on earth!" To God is the sovereignty of the heavens and the earth (Arab. وَالْأَرْضِ, wal-arḍi) and all that is inbetween; He creates what He pleases. God is capable of all things.

(17:55) Your Lord is fully aware of who is in the Universes and the earth (Arab. وَالْأَرْضِ, wal-arḍi). We have preferred some prophets over others, and We gave David psalms.

(28:19) But when he intended to grip the one, who was their enemy, he said, "O Moses! Do you intend to kill me, as you killed a person yesterday? Obviously, you intend to be a despot on the Earth (Arab. وَالْأَرْضِ, wal-arḍi)! And you do not intend to be among (self) improvers."

(31:27) If all the trees on the earth (Arab. الْأَرْضِ, l-arḍi) were made into pens, and the sea (of ink) were supplied by seven more seas, words of God would not run out. God is Noble, Wise.