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  • adj. Having a hamza (ء) as one of its radicals, which may be realised as ء‎ (stand-alone hamza), أ‎, آ‎, إ‎, ؤ‎ or ئ‎ in writing, depending on the surrounding vowels and consonants. The exact orthography is determined by the rules of the seat of hamza.


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  • The chapters of the irregular verbs are those of the doubled verb, the hamzated verb, the verb with 1st, 2nd or 3rd weak radical and the verb with two weak radicals. Press Releases


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