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At the end of a word the hamza is written above a carrier after a short vowel, eg. The joining hamza is of little practical importance in modern arabic pronounced without the old case endings. Dates are indicated by placing this long sweep below the year digits. The rules are less clear for sequences that would produce two medial WA letters in a row, eg. This symbol is used to indicate a single line misra of a couplet shayr from an Urdu poem, when quoted in text. Examples of these characters include. These are called 'sun letters' in Arabic. This affects many words in Urdu that have come from Arabic, in particular names and adverbial expressions. General sources: Unicode , Wikipedia , Daniels , Matthews. The phones just before the table show what this character may represent in unvowelled text for that word position. The sanh sign is typed before the digits in a rtl context : eg. The combining marks are rarely used in normal text with the exception of madd shown above. The mark is often added somewhere in the middle of a name, but commonly appears towards the end. Other than in decomposed versions of this character, the former is not used in Urdu. The other letters are 'moon letters'. A standalone hamza is sometimes used at the end of words derived from Arabic, though it is usually omitted in modern Urdu publications, eg. Depending on the vowels concerned, it is used in a number of different ways. Used over the names of saints, religious authorities, and other deceased pious persons. Vowel junctions: The hamza is used to indicate the boundaries between vowel sounds when there is no intervening consonant. See other ways in which vowel junctions are formed when the hamza is combined with other characters. It is really a vowel lengthener and carrier. The rule appears to be less relevant in modern Arabic. Which one depends on the vowels preceding and following the hamza , and the rules are complicated and a common source of spelling errors among Arabs. See also the companion document, Arabic , for a summary of the Arabic script and its use for the Modern Standard Arabic language. It is used at the beginning of the line, and is followed by the line of verse. It is not used word-initially. This is usually abbreviated as a hamza, eg. It is, however, written. See a table of combining marks for vowels. All combinations of these 2 letters with other diacritics, such as vowels or the precomposed characters mentioned just above, ligate. This codepoint is used for representing the standalone hamza only. The hamza indicates that this vowel is pronounced separately from the preceding one. The alef is omitted if a suffix is added, eg. Certain parts of the arabic verb end in a long u-vowel that is conventionally written with a following alef that has no effect on pronunciation, eg. It is not a combining character, even though it displays beneath the digits. The alif is also not pronounced if the preceding word ends with a vowel or h. However, after a long vowel, a dipthong, or a vowelless letter this free-standing letter is used. Used to indicate a page number, where English would use an abbreviation such as "pp. In modern printed arabic, the hamza is rarely shown when it occurs at the beginning of a word. Its main uses in arabic orthography are:. Urdu Sign placed over the name or nom-de-plume of a poet, or in some writings used to mark all proper names. The stroke may be elongated and pass under the number, but this is not a combining character, and should appear before the number in memory. General sources: Unicode , Wikipedia , Daniels. The ALM is a way of producing the right sequencing by inserting what is effectively an invisible Arabic character before the number. The rules are less clear for sequences that produce two WA letters in a row, eg. This character is referred to as 'hamza on its chair'. For summaries of other orthographies based on the Arabic script see Hausa , Kashimiri , Urdu , and Uighur. PDI, etc, are unable to produce the RTL sequencing, because the difference lies in what script precedes the number. The hamza is also used in conjunction with other characters in Urdu, for which there are precomposed characters that can be used. Sometimes, however, the hamza is not shown. Unlike the short vowel diacritics, the diacritic madd is never omitted. On its own it has no joining behaviour.

This page lists characters in the following Unicode blocks and gathers information about them from various arabic symbols.

When it takes an i-vowel the hamza is written below the alef. Often the alif is not pronounced after a short preceding word that ends in a vowel.

The following tables are adapted from Wikipedia and show one set of rules for choosing a character to represent hamza in a given context. The following table is adapted from Wikipedia and show one set of rules for choosing a character to represent hamza in a given context. Urdu poetry typically creates poems from couplets. Palatalisation is a frequent feature of Kashmiri words. Word-medial, -final. Used over the name of Mohammed. The mark is really associated with a word, rather than a character, but the placement is left to the user. Used over the name of prophets other than Mohammed. The marker should come before the number in logical order. At the end of a word the hamza is written above a carrier after a short i vowel only. It may be translated of , eg. For an example see Figure 8 in Jonathan Kew's examples. The alternative sounds possible in the initial combinations can be disambiguated, when necessary, by the use of combining marks. At the beginning of a word hamza is always written with an alef carrier, regardless which vowel it takes, eg. At the beginning of a word hamza is always written with an alef carrier, regardless which vowel it takes. The number sits above the symbol, although this is not a combining character. See an example. Depending on the vowels concerned, it is used in a number of different ways, usually combined with other characters. Used in Arabic text with Coptic numbers, such as in early astronomical tables. See other ways in which vowel junctions are formed when dealing with other combinations of vowels. It is represented using this character. Used to indicate that a number is a footnote, eg. When yeh is used as a mid-word carrier it loses its dots. This sound is mostly represented using zer , but in certain cases can be represented with a combining hamza. Cutting and joining hamza in orthography: Classical arabic distinguishes between 'cutting' and 'joining' hamza. It is terminated by a non-digit character. Used over the names of the Companions of the Prophet. This sign is used when quoting a line of verse in text. Rules for choosing carriers: The following are simplified rules for use of cutting hamza :. Unlike the other Arabic number signs, it extends across the top of the sequence of digits, and is used with Coptic digits, rather than with Arabic digits. Formally speaking, this letter has no sound of its own. However, when a sequence like this appears alone on a line, it always runs left to right, because the bidi algorithm can't detect a previous Arabic, or other, character. In the middle of a word the hamza is almost always written above a carrier letter its 'seat'. Urdu Often used to mark the beginning of poetic verse. However, when the preceding word ends in a long vowel, izafat is represented using hamza 'on a chair', ie. This depends to some extent on the letter shapes present and the calligraphic style in use, eg. The stroke may be elongated and pass under the number. In some cases this standalone form is used, eg. The rules are complicated and a common source of spelling errors among Arabs. The length of the symbol may vary according to the number of digits. It can also have two different shapes, one like the initial form of 'ain and the other more like an italic 's'. It can also occur word-finally in a consonant cluster, eg. One of several marks that represent phrases expressing the status of a person, most having specifically religious meaning. Important exceptions arise where the hamza is an integral part of the character itself ie.