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Do we produce the sound of the ghunnah in the nose or do we hide the sound of the ghunnah in the nose?

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Do we produce the sound of the ghunnah in the nose or do we hide the sound of ghunnah in the nose.
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The ghunnah, by definition is: a nasal sound that is emitted from the nose.  This nasalization is an inherent part of the letters and .   These two letters always have an accompanying ghunnah (nasal sound) when they are pronounced clearly or hidden. 
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