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Old 12-27-2012, 10:29 PM
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قاضٍ means any judge. I want to say my judge in nominative, accusative and genitive cases. Is this correct:


هو قَاضِيْنِى


رأيتُ قَاضِيَنِى


هو مِنْ قَاضِيْنِى
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Old 12-27-2012, 10:30 PM
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Waalaikum Assalam

Nuun al-wiqayah is used only in verbs, not in nouns.
'My qadi' is qaadiyya
قاضِيَّ
and this does not change.
For example:
هو قَاضِي + ي = هو قاضِيَّ
رأيتُ قَاضِيَ + ي = رأيتُ قاضِيَّ
هو مِنْ قَاضِي + ي = هو مِنْ قاضِيَّ


Wassalam,
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