|The Mudood (Lengthenings) Part 8|
Its definition: An original (or fixed) sukoon is positioned after a medd letter, in a word or a letter.
1. The Compulsory Word Lengthening
2. The Compulsory Letter Lengthening
Each of these two divisions is further divided into two more divisions. We therefore, have four divisions of the .
1. The Compulsory Heavy Lengthening in a Word
2. The Compulsory Light Lengthening in a Word
3. The Compulsory Heavy Lengthening in a Letter
4. The Compulsory Light Lengthening in a Letter
We will explain the first two (The Compulsory Heavy Word Lengthening and The Compulsory Light Word Lengthening) this tidbit lesson, and the next two, insha’ Allah in the next lesson
The Compulsory Heavy Lengthening in a Word
Its definition: It is when an original sukoon (the letter has a shaddah on it ) comes after a medd letter in a word.
The Compulsory Light Lengthening in a Word
Its Definition: It occurs when an original sukoon that is not merged (no shaddah on it), follows a medd letter in a word. The word light ( ) comes from the letter not being merged. This refers to the letter with the sukoon that follows the medd letter.
Places of this lengthening:
one word of this kind of lengthening in the Qur’an.
Its measure: 6 vowel counts
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