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What is a ghunnah?

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What is a ghunnah?

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The word al-ghunnah is an Arabic word, written with English letters. It means nasalization, or producing a sound from the nasal passage.  The ghunnah is inherent to the Arabic letters  and .  To read more about the ghunnah, please see the following link: http://www.abouttajweed.com/the_noon_and_meem_with_a_shaddah.htm

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