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Old 08-08-2017, 04:03 PM
Tanweer Tanweer is offline
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Originally Posted by irfmza View Post
Is this so? Other forms of this verb like اُمْكِنُ، تٌمْكِنُ do not exist?


Dear Brother, I am not knowledgeable enough to answer this question. I have only seen Yumkinu in Madinah Books, not any other form.

May be, the third person feminine singular (Tumkinu) can also be used ?? I don't know. Suppose instead of Masdar Muawwal, we use a Masdar and the Masdar is feminine, should we use Tumkinu? Example: He can pray tahajjud every night. Tumkinu-hu Salatu at-Tahajjudi Kulla Laylin.

But I really don't know.
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