If "Subhaana-Llah!" refers to rule-"idafa", then the word "SUBHAANun" must have the ending "U" (damma) - SUBHAANu-LLAHi, isn't it? Or is it the exception to the rule? And if "Subhaana-Llah!" is "subject-predicate", this supposed to mean that "SUBHAANa" is a verb, and then the word "LLAHi" must have the ending "A" (fatha), not "I". Please, help me to understand! Sorry, if I am too rude...

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