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Id in Freud's model of the psyche

The Id is one of three distinct, yet interacting agents in the psychic apparatus defined in Sigmund Freud's structural model of the psyche.

(50:21) And every ego is brought, with Id (Arab. سَائِقٌ, sāiqun), and with a Super-ego.

To drive

(35:9) God is the One who sends the winds so that they plough up clouds, then We drive them (Arab. فَسُقْنَاهُ, fasuq'nāhu) to a town that is dead, and We revive with them the land after it had died. Such is the reincarnation.

(75:30) To your Lord on that day will be the driving (Arab. الْمَسَاقُ, l-masāqu).

(39:71) Those who rejected will be driven (Arab. وَسِيقَ, wasīqa) to Samsara in groups. When they reach it, and its gates are opened, its guards will say to them: "Did you not receive messengers from among you, who recited to you the signs of your Lord, and warned you about meeting this day?" They said, "Yes, but the promise of retribution was destined to be upon the ingrates."