التورية Tawriya/Periphrasisi or paranomasia (Ma’nawiyya)
Tawriya: literally: to hint to or say something indirectly. Rhetorically: to use one word that has two meaings: one being the common meaning that is not the one intended, the second meaning that is more appropriate for the context and it is the intended meaning. For example: ما حال من درهم إنفاقه يأخذه من أعين الناس here the poet who is an ophthalmologist is saying: what is the condition/value of someone who takes his money from people by force. He uses the word عين to describe taking money from others “by force”. The term for عين means eye which has two meanings in Arabic: the human eye and to take something by force. The poet is using the word عين in the second and the less common meaning, by force. The addressee may think that the intended meaning is the first meaning that is more common.