Quran English Transliteration PDF

Transliteration of the Quran is the process of representing the Arabic text of the Quran using the Latin alphabet, making it easier for people who are not familiar with Arabic script to read and pronounce the Quranic verses. Download Quran English transliteration in pdf.

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Transliteration allows non-Arabic speakers to approximate the sounds of the Arabic words. Here is an example of how some Arabic letters and sounds are transliterated into English:

  1. Alif (ا) – Represented as “a” or sometimes as an apostrophe (‘)
  2. Ba (ب) – Represented as “b”
  3. Ta (ت) – Represented as “t”
  4. Tha (ث) – Represented as “th”
  5. Jiim (ج) – Represented as “j”
  6. Ha (ح) – Represented as “h”
  7. Khā (خ) – Represented as “kh”
  8. Daal (د) – Represented as “d”
  9. Thaal (ذ) – Represented as “dh”
  10. Ra (ر) – Represented as “r”
  11. Za (ز) – Represented as “z”
  12. Siin (س) – Represented as “s”
  13. Shiin (ش) – Represented as “sh”
  14. Saad (ص) – Represented as “ṣ” or “s”
  15. Daad (ض) – Represented as “ḍ” or “d”
  16. Taa (ط) – Represented as “ṭ” or “t”
  17. Za (ظ) – Represented as “ẓ” or “z”
  18. ʿAyn (ع) – Represented as “ʿ” or sometimes as “‘”
  19. Ghayn (غ) – Represented as “gh”
  20. Fa (ف) – Represented as “f”
  21. Qaaf (ق) – Represented as “q”
  22. Kaaf (ك) – Represented as “k”
  23. Laam (ل) – Represented as “l”
  24. Miim (م) – Represented as “m”
  25. Nuun (ن) – Represented as “n”
  26. Ha (ه) – Represented as “h”
  27. Waaw (و) – Represented as “w” or “u” (when used as a long vowel)
  28. Yaa (ي) – Represented as “y” or “i” (when used as a long vowel)

Please note that Arabic letters may have different pronunciations depending on their positions within words and the letters that follow them.

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Transliteration aims to provide a close approximation of these sounds using the Latin alphabet, but it may not capture all the nuances of Arabic pronunciation. For accurate pronunciation, it is advisable to learn the proper pronunciation of Arabic letters and words from a qualified teacher or resource.