IDGHAAM BI GHUNNAH | إدغام بغنة

Play - Idghaam Bi Ghunnah

by Jari Tajwid | Noon Rules

HOW TO PRONOUNCE

MERGE / COMBINE

The sound of ن saakinah / tanween is merged into the pronounciation of the next letter with ghunnah (2 harakat).

 

EXAMPLES

  • أَن يَضْرِبَ [ Al Baqarah 26]
  • أَن يُوصَلَ [ Al Baqarah 27]
  • مِن وَلِيٍّ [ Al Baqarah 107]
  • عَامِلَةٌ نَّاصِبَةٌ [ Al Ghasyiyah 3]
  • عَهْدًا نَّبَذَهُ [ Al Baqarah 100]

DEFINITION

Idgham Bi Ghunnah means to merge or combine the Nun sakinah (non-vowel) to the vowel letters with ghunnah 2 harakat.

 

CONJUNCTION LETTERS

The letters that merge with Nun Sakinah / Tanwin were:

 ي ن م و

SIGNS

The sign of Idgham Bi Ghunnah is Nun Sakinah/Tanwen (non-vowel) followed immediately by vowel letters ي و ن م

PRONUNCIATION

The pronunciation Idgham Bi Ghunnah is when Nun Sakinah/Tanwen followed immediately by these four letters then pronounced should be combined into the next letters and then ghunnah (humming). So, the sound of Nun will disappear and what is clearly heard is the sound of letters Idgham above.

NAMED AS

This rule called as Idgham Bi Ghunnah because of the merging and combined Nun Sakinah with four letters and with ghunnah(humming)