Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Learn Arabic

You can find frequently used arabic words and phrases here, I will try to add more in coming days..

First of all, I would like to share these characters with you while typing Arabic in English:

ح = 7
ع = 3
Now let's start :
Street, road = share3
Emirates road = share3 el emarat
Center = markaz
Dubai Trade center = Markaz Dubai Al Tejari
North = shamal
South = janoob
East = sharq
West = gharb
Northen emirates = El emarat Al shamaleieh
Shaikh Zaid road = share3 al sheikh zaied
Table = tawleh
Chair = Korsi
Lighter = walla3a
Key = mofta7
Door = bab
Window = shobbak
Cable = selek
How old are you : kam 3omrak
Salary = rateb
Money = floos
Nose = khashem
Mouth = fem
Face = wajeh
Teeth = asnan
Eye = 3ain
Head = raas
Hair = sha3ar
Hand = yad
Leg = rejel

shu = what
Khalas = finish
Kabeer = big
Sagheer = small
Min wein? = where is?
Yalla nata ghada = Let's go for lunch
Yalla nashrab shai bil haleeb = let's have tea (milk tea)
ahmar = red
falafil = pepper
aswad = black
azrak = blue
akhi = brother
Ya Salam! = Oh great!/how wonderful!
akhdar = green
Al milad sa'eed = Happy birthday
madrassa = school
Yani = I mean
shu akhbarak = what's up?
Yalla shabab = let's go
mabrook = congrats
kullu tamam = i am fine
shu ismak = what is you name?
shu mushkila = what's your problem?
min fadlik = please
Bayt = Home
Subah alkhair = good morning
Subah Alnoor = (reply to Subah Alkhair)
Wallah! = really
mazboot = you're right
shukran = thanks
ahlan = welcome
aiwa = yes
la = no
shoya = little
wa = and
laham = meat
sifar = zero
wahid = one
itnan = two
talata = three
arba = four
khamsa = five
sitta = six
saba = seven
thamanya = eight
tissa = nine
ashra = ten
Wain rayeh = where are you going
Taal = come
Dokhan = smoke
Jaroor = drawer
Qalam = bin
Jehaz = device
Bokra = tomorrow
Mbareh = yesterday
Mumtaz = excellent
Jayed = good
Gada = lunch
Asha’ = dinner
Shams = sun
Sama = sky
Bard= cold
Harr = hot
Alyoum = today
Al Ahad = Sunday
Al Ithneen = Monday
Al Tholatha = Tuesday
Al Arbeaa = Wednesday
Al Khamees = Thursday
Al Jumaa = Friday
Al Sabt = Saturday
Khubz = Bread
Akel = food
Habib = friend
Hadiya = gift
Insha'Allah = God willing
Marhaba = Hello, Welcome
Maa' = Water
Ana = I/me
Anta = You
Keef Halak? = how are you?
Masa Alkhair = good evening
Ma' assalama = good bye
Istanna = wait
Hada = this
Hadak = that
Sho Hada = what is this?
Jameel = Beautiful
Lateef = nice
Yameen = right
Shemal = left
Doghree = straight
Souq = Mall/market
Tabeeb = doctor
Shurta = police
Al Jawaz = Passport
Shai = Tea
Sokkar = Sugar
Haleeb = Milk
Ghali = expensive
batatta = Potato
ruz,rizz = Rice
muz, mauz = Banana
balah, hurma = Dates
seb, tuffah = Apple
tin = Figs
einab, 'inab = Grapes
laymun = Lemon
dajaj = Chicken
Lahem baqir = Beef
lahem kharouf = Lamb
samak = Fish
mezze = Appetizer
iftar = Breakfast
Qahwa = Coffe
Halal = lawful

2 comments:

  1. THANKS FOR SHARING...i AM A big fan of Arabic language i understand it almost 50 % but don't know it thoroughly...by the way I was in Abu Dhabi for 1 year...then got back to India...that 1 year was very memorable...great...looking forward to learn from you this beautiful language...thanks bro... :-)

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