Question: How To Say What In Arabic?

What are some Arabic words?

Below is a list of 20 popular Arabic words and phrases almost all expats in Dubai know and use, or should learn.

  • Khallas (pronounced ka-las)
  • Maafi Mushki (pronounced mar-fi moosh-key-la)
  • Habeebi/Habeebti (pronounced ha-bee-bee/ha-beeb-tee)
  • Hala (pronounced ha-la)
  • Assalam Alaikum (pronounced ass-a-lam al-eye-kum)

What do you want in Arabic?

what do you want? ماذا تريد؟

How do you say in Arabic What is your name?

“what’s your name?” in Arabic what’s your name? ما اسْمُكَ؟

What is the best Arabic word?

To prove our point, here’s a list of 10 beautiful Arabic words that will have you fall in love with the language, we swear!

  1. Ya Amar (يا قمر) Meaning: “My moon” or “My most beautiful”
  2. Firdaus (فردوس) Meaning: Paradise.
  3. Al naaem(النعيم) Meaning: Bliss.
  4. Ishq (عشق)
  5. Amal (أمل‎)
  6. Noor (نور‎)
  7. Ya Rouhi (يا روحي‎)
  8. Sadeeq (صَدِيق)

What is Arabic food called?

Arab cuisine (Arabic: المطبخ العربي‎) is the cuisine of the Arabs, defined as the various regional cuisines spanning the Arab world, from the Maghreb to the Fertile Crescent and the Arabian Peninsula. These cuisines are centuries old and reflect the culture of trading in spices, herbs, and foods.

What does Shu mean in Arabic?

“šū / شو” is a question word which is commonly used in Lebanese Arabic, not only on its own but also in various idioms and phrases. Although it is usually translated as “what? ”, “šū / شو” has a bit more nuance than its English counterpart.

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What’s up in Arabic slang?

Shaku Maku Originally Iraqi slang but understood by almost everyone across the Arab world, this is a casual and funny way to say “what’s up?” One English equivalent might be “what’s shaking?”

How do you respond to I am fine in Arabic?

The answer to how are you varies, I’m fine literally means: انا جيد Which means I’m good, but there are better expression: – alhamdolillah الحمد لله Which means thanks god and it’s common.

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