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- n. A diacritic (ـّ) used in the Arabic script to indicate gemination of a consonant.
I also require full vowel/shadda/sukun pointing, gender and plurals indicated and, preferably, semitic root.
Because the sukun and the shadda also effect the pronunciation, are also usually left out, and are not vowels.
"Come now," said he, putting the pipe back in his mouth, and making to rise, "and shadda off to bed; it's time you were aslape, the both of you."
More power to your elbow! an may your shadda never be less! for you're the broth of a boy intirely.
An its sewer to luk breeter for th 'shadda ther's been;
I heard he dug good tin with his doll, delvan first and duvlin after, when he raped her home, Sabrine asthore, in a parakeet’s cage, by dredgerous lands and devious delts, playing catched and mythed with the gleam of her shadda, (if a flic had been there to pop up and pepper him!) past auld min’s manse and Maisons
"Yah, yah, yah!" continued her tormentor, "you may see um shadda in da water -- dat all you ebba see ob Edwa'd Wa'ffeld.
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