We continue and conclude the words that end with a female ha’ () but are written with a because there is a difference in the different authentic qira’aat in reading the word in its single or plural form.
We will again put the lines of poetry written by Sheikh Al-Mutawali that outline the words and their place of occurrence. The first set of words were described in the last tidbit lesson, now located in the tidbit archives.
This word is written with once in the Qur’an, and reads it in the plural form.
This word occurs once in the Glorious Qur’an written with , and reads it in the singular form.
This word is written with once in the Qur’an, and reads in the plural form.
This is in two places in surah Yusuf, both read in the singular form by Hafs.
This concludes the lessons on written as a due to differences in the qira’aat as to the singularity or plurality of the word.
We will start insha’ Allah, next lesson on the words written joined or separate in the Qur’an.