IZHAR KHALQI | إظهار خلقي

Play - Izhar Khalqi

by Jari Tajwid | Noon Rules

HOW TO PRONOUNCE

 TO CLEAR

The sound of noon saakinah / tanween is pronounced clearly when meeting with ( ء ه ع غ ح خ ) without ghunnah.

 

EXAMPLES

 

  • وَيَنْأَوْنَ [ Al An’am 26]
  • وَالْمُنْخَنِقَة [ Al Maidah 3]
  • فَسَيُنْغِضُونَ [ Al Isra’ 51]
  • ذَرَّةٍ خَيْرًا [ Az Zalzala 7]
  • سَلَامٌ هِيَ [ Al Qadr 5]

DEFINITION

The linguistic definition for Izhar is clear or obvious and for Halqi is throat. The applied definition is pronouncing letter Nun Sakinah(non-vowel) clearly theses “throat” letters without a ghunnag (hum)

CONJUNCTION LETTERS

There are six (6) Halqi letters in all, which is:

ه غ ع خ ح أ

SIGNS

The sign of Izhar Halqi can be found when Nun Sakinah (non-vowel) or Tanwen followed by these six Halqi letters.

 

PRONUNCIATION

Izhar means clear pronunciation, Halqi means sound of letters from Makhraj throat. Therefore, it should be pronounced Nun Sakinah / tanwen clearly without ghunnah (humming).

This can be ensured by pressing the tip of the tongue to the upper front gum and does not bring sound to the base of the nose. Izhar can also be pronounced by speeding up the pronunciation of Nun Sakinah to avoid the ghunnah.

NAMED AS

Izhar means clear pronunciation of letters and Halqi means sound of letters coming out from the same Makhraj which is the throat.