MADD ARIDH LISSUKOON | مد العارض للسكون

Play - Mad Aridh Lissukun

by Jari Tajwid | Mad Rules

HOW TO PRONOUNCE

PROLONG or EXTEND

to PROLONG or EXTEND the sound of letters Mad with 2, 4, 6 harakat (when stop)

 

 

EXAMPLES

  • الْكَافِرُونَ [Al Kafirun 1]
  • وَالزَّيْتُونِ [ At Tin 1]
  • الْعَالَمِينَ [ Al Fatihah 2]
  • الْمُفْلِحُونَ [ Al Baqarah 5]
  • شَيْءٍ قَدِيرٌ [ Al Mulk 1]

DEFINITION

The word ‘Aridh means the coming. Lissukun means because of sukun (non-vowel). This is because of the Sukun came to that word. In terms of the terminology, Mad ‘Aridh Lissukun is a Mad that occurs due to the meeting of the letter Mad with Sukun resulting from waqaf.

RATE OF HARAKAT

The rate of harakat for this Mad is two, four or six harakat. 2 harakat is suitable for those who read the Qur’an in Hadr (fast), 4 harakat is suitable for those who read the Qur’an in Tadwir (moderate) and 6 harakat is suitable for those who read the Qur’an in Tartil (slowly) or Tahqiq.

THE SIGNS

The sign of Mad ‘Aridh Lissukun is when want to stop recitation and the 2 last letter is the letters of Mad.

NAMED AS

Named this Mad with ‘Aridh Lissukun is because the Sukun come to the letter that want to stop recite after the letter Mad. It is clear that the Sukun came for the purpose of waqf (stopping the reading), whereas if it continues the recitation, it is extended the harakat just like Mad Asli only.

ADDITIONAL NOTES

  • Mad ‘Aridh Lissukun  is one of Mad that should be better to prolong or extend the sound to 2,4 or 6 harakat according to Qurra’ scholars.