Outlets for Original Alphabets. The outlets of original alphabets are of two types: General Outlets Special Outlets. General Outlets. The General Outlets are of 5 types: Al-Jaof: The space between the mouth and the throat. It forms only one outlet for pronouncing alphabets.
The outlets of original alphabets are of two types:
All of the alphabets pronounced from the throat are called Huroof Al- Halaqiyah
when this portion moves upwards towards the palate, three alphabets are pronounced.
Yaa ( no sukoon)
These three alphabets are called Huroof Al Shajariyah
Laam, Noon and Raa are grouped as Al-Huroof Al Zalaqiyah.
This group is called Al-Huroof Al-Asliyyah
This group is called Al-Huroof Al-Lathawiyya
The pairs of lips forms the basis for two outlets
The belly of lower lip touches the edges of the upper incisor teeth resulting in the pronunciation of Faa.
When both the lips close forcefully, the resulting alphabets produced are
The alphabet “waw” without the Madd is pronounced with semi circling the lips
Faa, Baa, Meem and Waw are groupes as Al-Huroof Al-Shafawiyah
It is the cavity between nose and mouth i.e Nasal Cavity.
From this outlet are pronounced:
Duplicated Noon Duplicated Meem
Merged Noon Merged Meem
Concealed Noon Concealed Meem