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  • msmoorad
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    in English its "as salaamu alaikum"
    in nos 4-6 u left out the u....


    its very common for westernised Indo-Pak ppl to do this

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  • rahmat89
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    Wa'alaikum salaam..

    It is Arabic so you need to say it using Arabic pronunciation not English.
    Learn makhraj huruf: the source of the sound when pronounced Arabic letter.

    Assalaamu 'alaikum.

    In 'alaikum the 'a using 'ain not alif.

    Sorry if it is confusing. Hope you learn Arabic and learn tajwid so you can recite qur'an better. Amin YRA.

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  • Linkdeutscher
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    No they're all the same thing.

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  • eesa the kiwi
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    Originally posted by starrynight11 View Post
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    I can't answer your questions but :salams: has been changed to : assalam : (without spaces)

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  • starrynight11
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  • starrynight11
    started a topic English way to say salaams?

    English way to say salaams?

    :salams

    Is the Arabic word's ":salams:" meaning changed when we spell it in all its different ways using the English alphabet? Some common examples I've come across are:

    1. Salaam
    2. Salam
    3. Sallam

    4. Asalam Alaikum
    5. Assalam Alaikum
    6. Assalaam Alaikum

    I think #1-#3 all are used in different and specific contexts. I'm not sure if #4-#6 are used for reasons similar to #1-#3 and if you're trying to insult someone subtly by spelling the first three letters the way a certain insult is spelled.

    :jkk:

    Also, not sure if it's just an issue with my browser, but why do the Arabic characters not appear using the UF shorthands?

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