Abstract- The Qur'an represents rhetoric in the Arabic language, since Arabic is one of the greatest languages, and is evident in its many rules that are not matched by any other language, the Qur'an includes all elements of rhetoric in the language, and there are many symbols of rhetoric, such as simile that would bring two different elements together. The Qur’an is rich in meaning and employs in many places similes to explain truths or drive a message to people. In this analytical study, we will explain the Linguistic and idiomatic definition of a simile. Also, we will indicate some Simile in Surat al-An' am.
Keywords: Qur’an, simile, Surat al-An' am, Arabic, Ayat