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Tajweed Course Class #5 [Meem & Noon Mushaddadah and Ghunna]

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Transcript of Tajweed Course Class #5 [Meem & Noon Mushaddadah and Ghunna]

Ghunna
How do you pronounce it?

You pronounce it by performing a complete and clear ghunna on a meem or noon when it has a shaddah on it.

Examples:

1. Mushaddid

2. Mudghaam Naaqis

3. Mukhfee

Three levels of Ghunna

This is the longest ghunna and it is applied when you have noon with shaddah or meem with a shaddah. From what we have studied, Mushaddid comes up in three instances:

1. Idghaam Taam
2. Idghaam Shafawi
3. Laam Shamsiyah

Examples:
1. Mushaddid
This is the second to longest ghunna and it is applied when you have Idghaam Naaqis

(waw or yaa that comes after noon saakina/tanween)

Examples:
2. Mudghaam
3. Mukhfee
Tajweed Course: Class #5
Meem and Noon Mushaddadah and Ghunna
By: Abu Awzaa'ee AbdusSalaam
Hunter College MSA Fall '14
This is third to longest ghunna and it is applied when you have an Ikhfaa. From what we studied, there are only three instances where we have Ikhfaa:

1. Noon Saakina/Tanween (15 letters)
2. Ikhfaa Shafawi
3. Ikhfaa Meem with Noon Saakina/Tanween***

Examples:
It is a sound that comes from the nasal passage, without any function of the tongue

Technical: An unconditional nasalized sound fixed on the noon and meem.

Letters of Ghunna: Noon and Meem

Examples:
Meem and Noon Mushaddadah
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