MADD EWAD | مد العوض

Play - Madd Ewad

by Jari Tajwid | Mad Rules

HOW TO PRONOUNCE

PROLONG / EXTEND

PROLONGED or EXTENDED when stop and recite with vowel without Tanwen and 2 harakat

 

 

 

EXAMPLES

  • هُزُوًا [Al Baqarah 67]
  • إِمَامًا [ Al Furqan 74]
  • نَّذِيرًا [ Al Furqan 51]
  • قَلِيلً [ Al Isra 52]
  • شَهِيدًا [Al Baqarah 143]

DEFINITION

The word “’Iwadh’ means substitute, in terms of terminology is Mad letters which should be recited with 2 harakat instead of Tanwen fathah (two line above) when to stop reciting (Waqaf).

 

RATE OF HARAKAT.

The rate of harakat and length for Mad ‘Iwadh is 2 harakat

THE SIGN

The sign of Mad ‘Iwadh is when waqaf or stop reciting a sentence in which has Tanwen fathah.

NAMED AS

Named as ‘Iwadh means substitute, because there is a replacement in the line of Tanwen with fathah (two lines above) during waqaf. This Tanwen is replaced by the recitation of the fathah (one line above) along with a length of 2 harakat.

Read with the first line above along with the original mad 2 harakat and only Tanwen with fathah can be read the length of two harakat when waqaf.