LAW 4: The shadda

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What is power law #4?
 


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Law 4: The shadda (ّ)
means
the letter is repeated twice.

Example:
  غَزِّ = غ  زْ ز

The first letter زْ
1. Holds a sequoun
(ْ).
2. Joins the prior syllable.

The second letter holds a short vowel and joins the upcoming syllable.

Covering:
 ﻅ  ﻍ  ز ّ

         

 

         

 

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Shaddas result in a syllabic break


     غَزِّ
 1 
ghaz-zi


   ظُظِّ
 2 
ZuZ-Zi


  غيظِّ
  ghiiZ-Zi


    غوظًّ
 4 
ghuuZ-Za


   ظيغِّ
 5 
Ziigh-ghi


    غاغِّ
 6 
ghaagh-ghi

 


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