Noorani Qaida Lesson 17- Rules of Noon Saakinah

Rules of Noon Saakinah

Noorani Qaida lesson 17:  We will cover the rules of Noon sukoon and rules of meem sukoon.

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جَزَآءً : read it as “jeem fathah ja, za fathah alif zaa, jazaa, hamzah fatahatain a’ann, jazaaaa’ann”.

اؐلۡمَلَـٰٓءِـكَةُ : read it as “hamzah fathah lam al, meem fathah ma, alma, lam fathah alif laa, almalaa, hamzah kasrah e’e, almalaaae’e, kaf fatha ka, almalaaae’eka, ta dammah tu, almalaaae’ekatu”
As this hamzah tul wasl is followed by lam so it will take fathah.

إِنَٓآ أَعۡطَيۡنَٰكَ : read it as “hamzah kasrah noon shaddah inn, noon fathah alif naa, inn’naa, hamzah fathah ayeen a’a, inn’naaaa’a, Ta fathah ya Taie, inn’naaaa’aTaie, noon fathah alif naa, inn’naaaa’aTaienaa, kaf fathah ka, inn’naaaa’anaaka”.

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إِيَابَهُم : read it as “hamzah kasrah e’e, lam fathah ya laie, e’elaie, noon fathah alif naa, e’elaienaa, hamzah kasrah e’e, e’elaienaae’e, ya fathah alif yaa, e’elaienaae’eyaa, ba fathah ba, e’elaienaae’eyaaba, Ha dammah meem Hum, e’elaienaae’eyaabaHum”.

Up to this word, rules have been reminded to you. Now onward we will cover new rules.

Actually, the scholars of Tajweed added noon saakinah and noon Tanween in the same chapter because there is always noon in these letters. So whenever you see a noon saakinah or Tanween you must see the next letter. Depending upon which group the letter belongs to, you must apply the rules. If after noon or Tanween you see the following letters:

  •  ء ، ھ ، ع ، ح ، غ ، خ which are the throat letters then you have to show the noon (already covered).
  • If after noon or Tanween you see the following letters:
    ی ، ر ، م ، ل ، و ، ن you can read to gather as یرملون, then you have to merge the noon into these letters. This rule is called MERGE RULE. When merging the noon into these letters we have to make ghunnah on it also.
  • If after noon or Tanween you see the letter ب then you have to change noon into meem. This rule is called CHANGE RULE.
  •  And hide the noon for the rest of letters and this rule is called HIDE RULE. Let’s try to understand these rules practicing in the lesson.

خَيۡرًايَرَهُࣳ: read it as “kha fathah ya khaie, ra fathahtain rann, kahierann, ya fathah ya, khaieraieeya, ra fathah ra, khaieraieeyara, Ha dammah waao Huu, khaieraieeyaraHuu”.

So, we have seen that there is an implied noon after ra letter. And the very next letter is the ی from the یرملون so, in this case noon or Tanween will be merged into ya letter.

شَرًّايَرَهُ : read it as “sheen fathah ra shaddah sharr, ra fatahatain rann, sharr’rann, ya fathah ya, sharr’raieya, ra fathah ra, sharr’raieyara, Ha dammah waao Huu, sharr’raieyaraHuu”.

مِيقَـٰتًا يَوٓمَ : read it as “meem kasrah ya mee, qaf fathah alif qaa, meeqaa, ta fatahatain tann, meeqaatann, ya fathah waao yaeu, meeqaataieyaeu, meem fathah ma, meeqaataieyaeuma”.

فَمَن يَعۡمَلۡ : read it as “fa fathah fa, meem noon man, faman, ya fathah ayeen ya’a, famaieya’a, meem fathah lam mal, famaieya’amal”.

يَوۡمَـءِذٍ يَصۡدُرُ اؐلنَّاسُ : read it as “ya fathah waao yaeu, meem fathah ma, yaeuma, hamzah kasrah e’e, yaeumae’e, zal kasratain zinn, yaeumae’ezinn, ya fathah Sad yaS, yaeumae’eziaieyaS, dal dammah du, yaeumae’eziaieyaSdu, ra dammah noon shaddah runn, yaeumae’eziaieyaSdurunn, noon fathah alif naa, yaeumae’eziaieyaSdurunn’naa, seen dammah su, yaeumae’eziaieyaSdurunn’naasu”.

The letters ر and ل are from یرملون but these are special letters. Of course we merge noon into these letters but we will not make ghunnah in this case. And the letter noon will disappear completely. Try to practice this rule in the following word.

مِن رَّبِّكَ: read it as “meem kasrah noon min, ra fathah ba shaddah rabb, mirr’rabb, ba kasrah bi, mirr’rabb’bi, kaf fatha ka, mirr’rabb’bika”.

رَسُولٌ مِّنَ اؐللَّهِ: read it as “ra fathah ra, seen dammah waao suu, rasuu, laam dammatain lun, rasuulunn, meem kasrah mi, rasuulumm’mi, noon fathah lam shaddah nall, rasuulumm’minall, lam fathah la, rasuulumm’minall’laa, Ha kasrah Hi, rasuulumm’minall’laaHi”.

Precaution: here the name of Allah is preceded by fathah so it will be pronounced as a heavy letter.

صُحُفًا مُّطَهَّرَةً : read it as “Sad dammah Su, ha dammah hu, Suhu, fa fatahatain fann, Suhufann, meem dammah mu, Suhufamm’mu, Ta fathah Ha shaddah TaHH, Suhufamm’muTaHH, Ha fathah Ha, Suhufamm’muTaHH’Ha, ra fathah ra, Suhufamm’muTaHH’Hara, ta fatahatain tann, Suhufamm’muTaHH’Haratann”.

صَفًّا لَّا يَتَكَلَّمُونَ : read it as “Sad fathah fa shaddah saff, fa fatahatain fann, Saff’fann, lam fathah alif laa, Saff’fall’laa, ya fathah ya, Saff’fall’laaya, ta fathah ta, Saff’fall’laayata, kaf fathah lam shaddah kall, Saff’fall’laayatakall, lam fatahh la, Saff’fall’laayatakall’la, meem dammah waao muu, Saff’fall’laayatakall’lamuu, noon fathah na, Saff’fall’laayatakall’lamuuna”.

قُلُوبٌ يَوۡمَـءِذٍ وَاجِفَةٌ أَبۡصَـٰرُهَا : read it as “qaf dammah qu, lam dammah waao luum quluu, ba dammatain bunn, quluubunn, ya fathah waao yau, qulubuieeyau, meem fathah ma, quluubuieeyau, meem fathah ma, quluubuieeyauma, hamzah kasrah e’e, quluubuieeyaumae’e, zal kasratain zinn, quluubuieeyaumae’ezinn, waao fathah alif waa, quluubuieeyaumae’ezeeowaa, jeem kasrah je, quluubuieeyaumae’ezeeowaaje, fa fathah fa, quluubuieeyaumae’ezeeowaajifa, ta dammatain tunn, quluubuieeyaumae’ezeeowaajifatunn, hamzah fathha ba a’bb, quluubuieeyaumae’ezeeowaajifatunna’b’b, Sad fathah alif Saa, quluubuieeyaumae’ezeeowaajifatunna’b’bSaa, ra dammah ru, quluubuieeyaumae’ezeeowaajifatunna’bbSaaru, Ha fathah alif Haa, quluubuieeyaumae’ezeeowaajifatunna’bbSaaruHaa”.

سِرَاجًا وَهَّاجًا : read it as “seen kasrah si, ra fathah alif raa, siraa, jeem fatahatain jann, siraajann, waao fathah Ha shaddah waHH, siraajauoowaHH, Ha fathah alif Haa, siraajauoowaHH’Haa, jeem fatahatain jann, siraajauoowaHH’Hajann”.

وَأَنَزلۡنَا : read it as “waao fathah wa, hamzah fathah noon an, wa’an, za fathah lam zal, wa’anzal, noon fathah alif naa, wa’anzalnaa”.

أَكۡلًالَّمًّا: read it as “hamzah fathah kaf akk, lam fatahatain lann, akklann, lam fathah meem shaddah lamm, akklall’lamm, meem fatahatain mann, akklall’lamm’mann”.

وَتُحِبُّونَ اؐلۡمَالَ حُبًّاجَمًّا : read it as “waao fatha wa, ta dammah tu, watu, ha kasrah ba shadddah hibb, watuhibb, ba dammah waao buu, watuhibb’buu, noon fathah lam nal, watuhibb’buunal, meem fathah alif maa, watuhibb’buunalmaa, lam fathah la, watuhibb’buunalmala, ha dammah ba hubb, watuhibb’buunalmalahubb, ba fathatain bann, watuhibb’buunalmalahubb’bann, jeem fathah meem shaddah jamm, watuhibb’buunalmalahubb’bannjamm, meem fathtain mann, watuhibb’buunalmalahubb’bannjamm’mann”.

غُثَآءً أَحۡوَيٰ : read it as “ghayeen dammah ghu, sa fathah alif saa, ghusaa, hamzah fatahatain a’ann, ghusaaaa’ann, hamzah fatha ha a’ah, ghusaaaa’nna’ah, waao fathah alif waa, ghusaaaa’nna’ahwaa”.

مُعۡتَدٍ أَثِيمٍ إِذَا تُتۡلَىٰ : read it a s “meem dammah ayeen mu’u, ta fathah ta, mu’uta, dal kasratain dinn, mu’utadinn, hamzah fathah a’a, mu’utadinna’a, sa kasrah ya see, mu’utadinna’asee, meem kasratain minn, mu’utadinna’aseeminn, hamzah kasrah e’e, mu’utadinna’aseeminne’e, zal fathah alif zaa, mu’utadinna’aseeminne’ezaa, ta dammah ta tut, mu’utadinna’aseeminne’ezaatut, lam fathah alif laa, mu’utadinna’aseeminne’ezaatutlaa”.

نَارًا حَامِيَةً تُسۡقَيٰ مِنۡ عَيۡنٍ ءَانِيَةٍ  : read it as “noon fathah alif naa, ra fatahatain rann, naarann, ha fathah alif haa, naarannhaa, meem kasrah me, naarannhame, ya fathah ya, naarannhameya, ta fatahatain tann, naarannhameyatann, ta dammah seen tus, naarannhameyatanntus, qaf fathah alif qaa, naarannhameyatanntusqaa, meem kasrah noon min, naarannhameyatanntusqaamin, ayeen fathah ya a’aie, naarannhameyatanntusqaamina’aie, noon kasratain ninn, naarannhameyatanntusqaamina’aieninn, hamzah fathah alif a’aa, naarannhameyatanntusqaamina’aieninna’aa, noon kasrah ne, naarannhameyatanntusqaamina’aieninna’aane, ya fathah ya, naarannhameyatanntusqaamina’aieninna’aaneya, ta kasratain tinn, naarannhameyatanntusqaamina’aieninna’aaneyatinn”.

مَنۢ بَخِلَ : read it as “meem fathah noon man, ba fathah ba, mamba, kha kasrah khi, mambakhi, lam fathah la, mambakhila”.

لَيُنۢبَذَنَّ : read it as “lam fathah la, ya dammah noon yun, layun, ba fathah ba, layummba, zal fathah noon shaddah zann, layummbazann, noon fathah na, layummbazann’na”.

مِنۢ بَعۡدِ : read it as “meem kasrah noon min, ba fathah ayeen ba’a, mimmba’a, dal kasrah di, mimmba’adi”.

مِنۢ بَيۡنِ اؐلصُّلۡبِ : read it as “meem kasrah noon min, ba fathah ya baie, mimmbaie, noo kasrah Sad shaddah niSS, mimmbaieniSS, Sad dammah lam Sul, mimmbaieniSS’Sul, ba kasrah bi, mimmbaieniSS’Sulbi”.

لَنَسۡفَعَۢا بِاؐلنَّاصِيَةِ : read it as “lam fathah la, noon fathah seen nas, lanas, fa fathah fa, lanasfa, ayeen fatahatain a’ann, lanasfaa’ann, ba kasrah noon shaddah binn, lanasfaa’ammbinn, noon fathah alif naa, lanasfaa’ammbinn’naa, Sad kasrah Si, lanasfaa’ammbinn’naSi, ya fathah ya, lanasfaa’ammbinn’naSiya, ta kasrah ti, lanasfaa’ammbinn’naSiyati”.

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بِذَنِۢبهِمۡ : read it as “ba kasrah bi, zal fathah noon zan, bizan, ba kasrah bi, bizammbi, Ha kasrah meem Him, bizammbiHim”.

سَفَرَةٍ كِرَامِۭ بَرَرَةٍ

مُطَهَّرَةِۭ بِأَيۡدِى : read it as “meem dammah mu, Ta fathah Ha TaHH, muTaHH, Ha fathah Ha, muTaHH’Ha, ra fathah ra, muTaHH’Hara, ta kasratain tinn, muTaHH’Haratinn, ba kasrah be, muTaHH’Haratimmbi, hamzah fathah ya aie, muTaHH’Haratimmbiaie, dal kasrah ya dee, muTaHH’Haratimmbiaiedee, seen fathah sa, muTaHH’Haratimmbiaiedeesa, fa fathah fa, muTaHH’Haratimmbiaiedeesafa, ra fathah ra, muTaHH’Haratimmbiaiedeesafara, ta kasratain tinn, muTaHH’Haratimmbiaiedeesafaratinn, kaf kasrah ki, muTaHH’Haratimmbiaiedeesafaratinnki, ra fathah alif raa, muTaHH’Haratimmbiaiedeesafaratinnkiraa, meem kasratain minn, muTaHH’Haratimmbiaiedeesafaratinnkiraaminn, ba fathah ba, muTaHH’Haratimmbiaiedeesafaratinnkiraamimmba, ra fathah ra, muTaHH’Haratimmbiaiedeesafaratinnkiraamimmbara, ra fathah ra, muTaHH’Haratimmbiaiedeesafaratinnkiraamimmbarara, ta kasratain tinn, muTaHH’Haratimmbiaiedeesafaratinnkiraamimmbararatinn”.

Now we will cover the rules of meem saakinah. Do not read these rules until you have not practiced the rules of noon saakinah because these rules have the same terminologies and you will be confused.

Rules of meem are three.

  •  If after meem saakinah you see the letter meem then you have to merge the first meem into second meem.
  •  For the rest of letters, you have to show the letter meem but with no ghunnah.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         هُمۡ فِيهَا: read it as “Ha dammah meem Hum, fa kasrah ya fee, Humfee, Ha fathah alif Haa, HumfeeHaa”.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Here after meem sukoon there is a letter other than meem and noon so we have to show meem but without making ghunnah on it.

لَكُمۡ دِينُكُمۡ وَلِىَ دِينِ  : read it as “lam fathah la, kaf dammah meem kum, lakum, dal kasrah ya dee, lakumdee, noon dammah nu, lakumdeenu, kaf dammah meem kum, lakumdeenukum, waao fathah wa, lakumdeenukumwa, lam kasrah li, lakumdeenukumwali, ya fathah ya, lakumdeenukumwaliya, dal kasrah ya dee, lakumdeenukumwaliyadee, noon kasrah ni, lakumdeenukumwaliya deeni”

إِنَّ رَبَّهُم بِهِمۡ : read it as “hamzah kasrah noon shaddah e’enn, noon fathah na, e’enn’na,  fathah ba shaddah rabb, e’enn’narabb, ba fathah ba, e’enn’narabb’ba, Ha dammah meem Hum, e’enn’narabb’baHum, ba kasrah bi, e’enn’narabb’baHummbi, Ha kasrah meem Him, e’enn’narabb’baHummbiHim”.

Here after the first meem, we have a letter ba. So here we have to show the letter meem but with making ghunnah on it.

تَرۡمِيهِم بِحِجَارَةٍ : read it as “ta fathah ra tar, meem kasrah ya mee, tarmee, Ha kasrah meem Him, tarmeeHim, ba kasrah bi, tarmeeHimbi, ha kasrah hi, tarmeeHimbihi, jeem fathah alif jaa, tarmeeHimbihijaa, ra fathah ra, tarmeeHimbihijaara, ta kasratain tinn, tarmeeHimbihijaaratinn”.

لَهُم مَّا يَشَآءُونَ : read it as “lam fathah la, Ha dammah meem Hum, laHum, meem fathah alif maa, laHumm’maa, ya fathah ya, laHumm’maaya, sheen fathah alif shaa, laHumm’maayashaa, hamzah dammah waao u’uu, laHumm’maayashaaau’uu, noon fathah na, laHumm’maayashaaau’uuna”.

مِمَّ : read it as “meem kasrah meem shaddah mimm, meem fathah ma, mimm’ma”.

اؐللَّهُمَّ : read it as “hamzah fathah lam shaddah all, lam fathah alif laa, all’laa, Ha dammah meem shaddah Humm, all’laaHumm, meem fathah ma, all’laaHumm’ma”.

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