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-part-11:RULES OF NOON & MEEM MUSHADADH
RULES OF NOON & MEEM MUSHADADH
أحكامَ النونَ وَالمٌيمَ المشددتٌين
-First we have to know the articulation point of Noon and Meem .
-Both letters share ghunnah (nazalisation) during pronunciation from the Nasal cavity (nasal passage).
WHAT IS MUSHADDAD OR SHADDAH?
Shaddah is formed by bringing together two of the same letter, the first one is sakin (without vowel) and the second one with a vowel, it is recited with emphasis.
رَ بْ بَ = ربّْ
نْ + نِ = نِّ نْ + نُ = نُّ نْ +نَ = نَّ
مْ + مِ = مِّ مْ + مُ = مُّ مْ + مَ = مَّ
WHAT IS GHUNNAH?
-The ghunnah is defined as: a nasal sound that is emitted from the nose.
• Noon and Meem are called letters of ghunnah .
The mechanism of pronouncing this Meem mushadadah:
• Close the lips together to pronounce the Meem and keep it closed as we making the Ghunnah (nasalization) from the nose.
The mechanism of pronouncing with Noon mushadadah:
• Keep the tongue in its articulation point and produce ghunnah for approximately two counts.
• Whenever the letter noon and meem have shaddah on them, they are held for a period of time with ghunnah.
• This type of ghunnah is called the most complete ghunnah ) (غنةَ أكملَ ماَتكونand it is the longest ghunnah.
WHAT SHOULD WE DO IF THE WORD STOPS WITH ن OR مMUSHADADAH?
If the reader stops on a word ending with noon or meem mushadadah the ghunnah of noon or meem still have to be applied.
أجلهنَّ – حملهنَّ – فأتمهنَّ
EXAMPLE Of ن Noon OR م Meem MUSHADADAH?