ميداس. ميداس

Midas sat looking at the gold around him happily Also, he knew that happiness is not in the gold
The picture is clear الصُّوْرَةُ غَيْرُوَاضِحَةٍ On the other hand, the word أَنْ with a sukuun over the ن is followed by a verbal sentence جُمْلَة فِعْلِيَّة, namely present tense verb فِعْلُ مُضَارِع

Midas Jordan

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الْمَلِــــكُ مَيْــــدَاسُ
The bag is not heavy Seeking to learn and ameliorate your knowledge of Arabic, find some Arabic linguistic solutions, or acquaint yourself with different aspects of Arabic culture and history, you have come to the right place
الْمَلِــــكُ مَيْــــدَاسُ
Then take some water and pour it on everything that changed into gold
الْمَلِــــكُ مَيْــــدَاسُ
تَحَقَّقَتْ أُمْنِيَّةُ مَيْدَاسَ فِي الْيَوْمِ الْتَّالِي
قَفَزَ مَيْدَاسُ فِي المَاءِ وَاِغْتَسَلَ قَالَ مَيْدَاسُ: إِنَّ ذَهَبِي لَيْسَ كَثِيرًا
The word أَنَّ with the hamza over the alif occurs after certain verbs like طَنَّ, عَرَفَ, عَلِمَ, among many others Image source: Hindawi Foundation for Education and Culture فِي قَدِيْمِ الزَّمَانِ، كَانَ هُنَالِكَ مَلِكٌ

Midas Jordan

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ميداس
It is used before adjectives to give their opposite meanings
ميداس ديكيرس
جَلَسَ مَيْدَاسُ يَنْظُرُ إِلَى الْذَّهَبِ مِنْ حَوْلِهِ بِسَعَادَةٍ
الْمَلِــــكُ مَيْــــدَاسُ
He filled a jar with water