Arabic words Tashkil (Diacritize Arabic text), تشكيل الحروف والكلمات العربية
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The meaning of تَشْكِيل tashkīl is 'forming'. and it's used to o provide a phonetic guide or a phonetic aid and show the correct pronunciation of the arabic words.
بِسْمِ ٱللَّٰهِ ٱلرَّحْمَٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ
Arabic Harakat (حَرَكَات)
Fatḥah (فَتْحَة):( ـَ ) A short vowel sound like (a). It is represented by a short diagonal stroke over the consonant it follows in pronunciation, as in (دَ)pronounced (da).
Ḍamma (ضَمَّة):( ـُ ) A short vowel sound like (u). It is represented by a little looped symbol, like a small waw (و), over the top of the consonant it follows in pronunciation, as in (دُ)pronounced (du) or (do)
Kasra (كَسْرَة):( ـِ ) A short vowel sound like (i). It is represented by a short diagonal stroke placed under the consonant it follows in pronunciation, as in (دِ)pronounced (di).
Sukūn (سُكُون):( ـْـ ) Sukūn is the absence of a vowel sound. It is represented by a circle above a consonant. Example: (تِبْن) pronounced “tibn”,
Shadda (شٙدّة):( ـّـ ) When a consonant occurs twice without a vowel sound in between, it is written only once, The Shadda looks like a small (w) shape, example (مٙرﱠ).
Alif waslah (وَصْلَة):( ٱ ) Alif waṣlah ⟨أَلِف وَصْلَة⟩ or hamzat al-waṣl ⟨هَمْزَة وَصْل⟩ looks as a small letter (ṣad) on top of an alif ⟨ٱ⟩ (also indicated by an alif ⟨ا⟩ without a hamzah). It means that the alif is not pronounced. example: (بٱلنجاح)
Tanwin (تَنْوِين): ( ـٌ ـٍ ـً ) These three vowel diacritics may be doubled at the end of any word that indicates that the vowel is followed by the consonant (n).
Maddah (مَدَّة):( ـٓ آ )The maddah ⟨مَدَّة⟩ is a tilde shaped diacritic, that can only appear on top of an alif (آ), it indicates a glottal stop followed by a long (a).