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Arabic Long vowel Letters (Huroofe-Maddah)

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Uploaded on Apr 17, 2009

Three letters Alif Waw and Ya which are described by the Arabic grammarians as weak or irregular letters (hurfu al illah), they function as weak vowel (letters of Madd or long vowel) Their primary function is to stretch (lengthen) the sound of a letter having short vowel. Letter Alif corresponds to Fathah ; letter Waw corresponds to Dammah and letter Ya corresponds to Kasrah . When weak letters are used as lengtheners they do not admit any vowel sound. In most cases the duration of long vowel letters (Huroofe-Maddah Asli Madd) is equal to that of two measures of harakah (duration) or one measure of Alif

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