MAD LAZIM KALIMI MUSOQQOL | مد لازم كلمي مثقل

Play - Mad Lazim Kalimi Musoqqol

by Jari Tajwid | Mad Rules

HOW TO PRONOUNCE

PROLONG or EXTEND

 To PROLONG or EXTEND the sound of Mad letter with 6 harakat only

EXAMPLES

  • ٱلصَّآخَّةُ [ A’basa 33]
  • ٱلطَّآمَّةُ [ An Naziat 34]
  • لَضَآلُّونَ [Al Muthaffin 32]
  • تَحَٰٓضُّونَ [Al Fajr 18]
  • ضَآلًّا [Ad Dhuha 7]

DEFINITION

Mad Lazim Kalimi Musaqqal means the meeting of the letter Mad with the original Sukun in one word without idgham.

RATE OF HARAKAT

The rate of harakat for Mad Lazim Kalimi Mukhaffaf is 6 harakat, the same as the other Mad Lazim.

THE SIGN

This Mad can be identified by looking at the letter Mad followed by the sabdu mark after it. Above the letter mad followed by the sabdu sign there is a long mark like a sword.

NAMED AS

It is called Mad Lazim Kalimi Musaqqal because the word Lazim means its common rule and because of the meeting of the letter Mad with the original Sukun. Kalimi means the meeting took place in one word and Musaqqal means heavy or hard in which it is difficult to pronounce because the meeting was accompanied by idgham (combination).