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Assalamu alaikum

Will there be madd if there is a shaddah (tashdid) over yaa, and the yaa is preceded by a kasra? Such an occurence is there in the last words of Ayat Al Kursi.

Similarly, will there be madd if there is a shaddah over waw, and the waw is preceded by a damma?

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  • What do "madd", "shaddah", "tashdid", "yaa", "kasra", "waw", and "damma" mean? Apr 24 '18 at 6:20
  • @justinnoor.io yes I am referring to و هـو العلِيُّ العظيم
    – Shuaib
    Apr 25 '18 at 1:38
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    @Rebecca J madd = connective lengthening of words during Quranic recitation, shaddah = an Arabic symbol that indicates the doubling of a consonant (i.e. book-case), yaa = an Arabic lettter equivalent to the English y, kasra = a diacritical mark that indicates a vowel sound, waw = an Arabic Letter equivalent to an English w, damma = a diacritical mark that indicates a vowel sound
    – user27315
    Apr 25 '18 at 4:04
  • These look to me as two distinct questions. A madd in the given examples seems impossible to me.
    – Medi1Saif
    Apr 26 '18 at 5:36

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