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what is idgamul mutlaq?

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what is idgamul mutlaq?

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Idhgaam means merging or insertion of one letter into another.  Mutlaq means absolute; so idgham mutlaq means a complete merging of one letter into the other so that there is nothing remaining of the first letter.  The second letter becomes emphasized with a shaddah to indicate the merging of the first letter into the second.  . 
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