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Saturday, February 8, 2014

Noun Based on the Kinds in Arabic Language


Let’s recite: Bismillahirrohmanirrohiim

In Arabic language, noun is ‘ismun’. There are two kinds of nouns: mudzakkar (male) and mu`annats (female). Let’s see each example:


Mudzakkar:
الْمُسْلِمُ
It’s read: almuslimu
The meaning: Muslim man

أُسْتَاذٌ
It’s read: ustadzu
The meaning: teacher man

أَبٌ
It’s read: abun
The meaning: father


Mu`annats
الْمُسْلِمَةُ
It’s read: almuslimatu
The meaning: Muslim woman (Muslimah)

أُسْتَاذَةٌ
It’s read: ustadzatun
The meaning: teacher woman

أُمٌّ
It’s read: ummun
The meaning: mother


Generally, to change from mudzakkar to mu`nnats is by increasing ‘ta marbutoh’:
ة

It’s like in the of word ‘almuslimatu’. Yes, writing form of ‘ta marbutoh’ usually will be changed when it’s combined with other letter, but not always.

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