The 29 letters of the Arabic Alphabet are pronounced from. 17 Makhaarij. To know the exact Makhraj of a letter, it should be spoken in the state of Sukoon, whilst. Explore dia jabeen’s board “makhraj” on Pinterest. | See more makhraj Arabic Alphabet, Arabic Lessons, Arabic Words, Islamic, Arabic Language, Learning. Read Quran with rules of tajweed, Learn Makharij ul Hufuf, The articulation points of Arabic alphabet letters in English, There are 17 makharij of.

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Read all about it below…. The nasal passage is the 17th and last makhraj to be studied. It contains only one point of articulation. It is sounded whether these letters have a fat- h a, d ammah, kasrah, shaddah, or sukoon.

So, this wraps up the 17 makhaarij al- h uroof, with just a couple of very important aravic to make. Firstto figure out the makhraj of a letter, pronounce it with a sukoonpreceded by a fat- h a.

Secondnote there are 28 letters in the Arabic alphabet, however, there are 31 h uroof al-tajweed tajweed letters. Keep an eye out for the upcoming topic, s ifaatul- h uroof: There are two main areas within this makhraj ; they are as follows.

These makhaarij are nearly over. These are divided across 10 points of articulation, which are categorised as 4 main areas. This is illustrated in the diagram below.

This post letrers both these regions as they are generally considered to be one main area. When the tip of the tongue, alongside a small area from the upper tip t arful-lisaanare pushed off the hard palate, the letter. The area referred to in the hard palate is slightly off that area which produces noon, as comparable in the diagrams above. Thalq is just another characteristic of the tongue. Between the upper tip and hard palate, directly behind the two front incisors, the following letters are produced.

Between the top and bottom teeth is an open area which is generally known to make a hissing sound.

With the tip of the tongue, this area is also the makhraj for. These three letters are named Al-A h ruf Al-Asleeyah [6]because they are produced from the very tip of the tongue. Between the very tip of the tongue and the bottom edge of the two front teeth the following letters are produced.

These three letters are called Al-A h ruf Al-Lathaweeyah [7] because their point of articulation is very close to the gums of the two front teeth.

Buffing up is one of those things you see teen boys doing a lot. But what they fail to do is some Tongue Buffing Exercises. Check out all the cool moves you can do below… and this is just part one! The innermost part of the tongue with what corresponds to it from the upper soft palate produces. The innermost part of the tongue, towards the mouth, with what corresponds to it from the upper palate produces. This area is slightly closer to the mouth than throat.


These two letters are referred to as Al-Lahawiyyayn [4] because their makhraj involves the uvula called lahah or lahaatul h alq in Arabic. More often, the left molars only are involved in producing the d aad as this is easier. Knowing the point of articulation and mastering it is important. Commonly, this letter is transliterated into dh which I find may be confusing, especially in words where the letter h aa or haa follow. Complications can occur, but only stringent Arabic teachers and alike should take note of these and avoid them when teaching.

The front edge i. Usually the righter side of the edge produces laam.

makhaarij al-huroof – Tajweed Me

The second part of this tongue-buffing-course is soon to come. Along the way, do stop and take a look at your throat. Three makhaarijsix letters: Within the throat, there are three points of articulation. Two letters emerge from each makhraj. The Upper Throat — Adnal- h alq [1]. Note that ghayn is articulated from the same makhrajbut just below the khaa. The Mid-Throat — Wasa t Al- h alq [2].

The Deep Throat — Aq s al- h alq [3]. To sum up, the six letters that emerge from the throat are: These six letters are called Al-A h ruf Al- H alqiyyah [4] the throat letters. So far, this covers a total of 4 of 17 makhaarij. It is imperative that one learns and correctly pronounces the Arabic letters in order to read tajweed with precision. Colloquial dialects differ greatly, so as an Arabic speaking person, I can only stress the importance of learning the makhaarij.

They are the very nectar of tajweed, and I can only hope that in my humble attempt to put forward the rules, you can achieve a great understanding.

The area of speech has been divided into five parts, and subdivided into The first five divisions are as follows:. This post will look into the first of these categories: The interior comprises of the inner, open area of the mouth, behind the meeting point of the lower jaw and top teeth. From the jawf three letters mamhraj. To better understand the makhraj of these letters, it lettrs essential that we see the shape of the tongue and lips. This is illustrated in the following diagram:. Here we can compare the difference of the three positions of the tongue.

The alif corresponds to the pale pink tongue, waaw to the hot pink tongue, and yaa to the red tongue:. As a final note, there are two important things to mention in regards to makhaarij al- h uroof.

These will be looked at in greater detail throughout the upcoming posts.

And how hard is it for them to continue the ayah without stumbling after not prolonging? The huroof al-madd must all be silent, i. A fat- h a must be present on the letter before a silent alif.

A d ammah must be present on the letter before a silent waaw. A kasrah must be present on the letter before a silent yaa. These examples can be combined into one word to help you remember the rule. I really want to stress the fact that in the Quran you will not see a diacritic on these three letters if they are in the state of madd. When I say that these letters must be silent, I am not saying they have sukoon. In fact, if you see a sukoon on an alif or waaw or yaa it means that you are not to stretch this letter whatsoever.


This is when the three madd letters have no diacrtic on them, but are not prolonged because the letter preceeding them does not have the corresponding diacritic mentioned in the above conditions. This will be further discussed in a later post, insha Allah. But what is Qalqalah?

In Tajweedit means to disturb the letter that has sukooni. There are five letters in the Arabic alphabet that apply to Qalqalah.

These five letters are:. Simply, Qalqalah is echoing majhraj above five letters when they are in state of sukoon, i. Disturbing the letter lefters moving your jaw or mouth. Imagine trying to say the word. On a final note, as one Imam puts it. The qalqalah is necessary for these letters because they have the attributes of jahr stoppage of the flow of breath and shiddah stoppage of the flow of soundso without qalqalah, there would be no sound!

But as the blog has not covered attributes of letters yet, this might just sound all too surreal for some. Qalqalah Kubra Strong Echo: Qalqalah Wusta Medium Echo: Qalqalah Sughra Subtle Echo: Diacritics have been put in place for readers who want to continue reading without a pause through to the next ayah.

However, stopping at the end of every ayah is preferred and so in these such circumstances you must do a strong Qalqalah.

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Here the sukoon is clearly marked on the Qalqalah letters. For example, if I wanted to stop at the word qad in the above example, the daal must be echoed strongly. Then if I were to continue reading by repeating the word and continuing, I do lettfrs qalqalah wusta. I suggest visiting Quranic Audio to listen to Qalqalah. Qalqalah wusta and sughra occur throughout the entire Quran.

Surat Al-Qalam [68] has a fair few Qalqalah sughra. I also suggest Surat Al-Muzzamil [73] for a combination of wusta and sughra. Likewise, some things just need to be said as clear as mmmm ud. The condition here is lettegs these letters have a diacritic on them, fat-ha, d ammah, kasra.

The second rule is enacted only when the latter baa follows a silent meem meem saakinah. The condition here is that the baa must be mutahariki. The sound of the meem is hidden and the lips are shaped, ready to pronounce the baa.