Category:Entries which need Arabic vowels

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In Arabic script, vowels (harakat) and other diacritics such as sukun and shadda, are not normally written. However in religious texts and in dictionaries they are included for completeness and to avoid any possibility of ambiguity.

In Wiktionary, entry titles should not include these optional marks but the headwords should. When including them in links, wiki pipelinks should be used thus: [[بناة|بُناة]].

Pages in category "Entries which need Arabic vowels"

The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total.