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9a
on, to
9aali
high, loud
9aaš/bi9iiš
to live
9afwan
you're welcome
9ala
on, to
9ala keefak (-ek, -kum)
as you like
9alašaan heek
therefore
9allam/bit9allam
to teach
9amm
currently
9an
about
9aqel
brain
9aša
dinner
9asabi
nervous
9asiir
juice
9ašra
ten
9atšaan
thirsty
9ayyaan
sick
9azzaabi (-yye)
single
9eele
family
9iid, a9yaad
feast
9iid il-adha
Sacrifice Feast
9iid il-fiseh
Easter, Passover
9iid il-fiter
Breaking the Fast Feast
9iid il-istiqlaal
Independence Day
9iid il-milaad
Christmas
9iid milaad
Birthday
9iid raas issane
New Year
9ind
to have
9iref
to know
9išriin
twenty
9ulbe, 9ulab
can, pack
9umri maa
I never, in my life
9umur
age
9unwaan, 9anawiin
address
(9)aali
expensive
(9)aar/bi(9)aar
to be jealous
(9)ada
lunch
(9)ani
rich
(9)arb
west
(9)ariib, (9)uraba
stranger
(9)ayyar/bi(9)ayyer
to change
(9)urfe
room
(9)urfet akel
dining room
(9)urfet dyfuur
living room
(9)urfet noom
bedroom
'ard
land, ground
a9ta/bya9ti
to give
aaher
last, end
ab
father
abadan
not at all
abyad, beeda, buyud/biid
white
aftar/biftar
to eat breakfast
ahad/byaahod
to take
ahdar, hadra, hudur
green
ahel
parents
ahh
brother
ahlan wasahlan
welcome
ahmar, hamra, humur
red
ahsan
better
aja/biiji
to come
ajnabi/ajaaneb
foreigner
akel
food
akel/byaakol
to eat
akiid
for sure
aktar
more
aktariyye
majority
alf, taalaaf
thousand
ana
I
aqall
less
aqalliyye
minority
arba9a
four
asel
origin
asfar, safra, sufur
yellow
asmar, samra, sumur
black
assef, assfe, aasfiin
sorry
aswad, sooda, suud
black
aw
or (statement)
awwal
first, beginning
aywe
yes
ayy
which
azraq, zarqa, zuruq
blue
b9iid
far away
ba9at/bib9at
to send
ba9d
some
ba9deen
then, later
ba9ed
after
baa9/bibii9
to sell
baab, bwaab
door
baared
cold
baas
to kiss
baaş
bus
baaba
dad
bada/bibdi
to begin
bahar
sea
baka/bibki
to cry
bakkiir
early
bala
without
balaaš
not necessary
balad
town, village, city, state, etc.
ballaš/biballeš
to begin
bantaloon
pants
baqar
cow
baranda
veranda
bard
cold (weather)
bardaan
feeling cold
bariid
mail, post office
barra
outside
barraad
refrigerator
basiit
easy
basiita
take it easy
bass
enough, only, but
battiih
watermelon
beet
home
biduun
without
bidd
want
bikull suruur
with pleasure
bilmarra
never, not at all
binayye/binayaat
building
bint
daughter, girl
bisse
cat
bissudfe
by chance
bukra
tomorrow
buliis
police, policeman
burdqaan
orange (fruit)
bustaan
garden
daa9/bidii9
to be lost
daar
house
daayman
always
dafa9/bidfa9
to pay, to push
daftar
notebook
dahab
gold
dahhan/bidahhen
to smoke
dall/bidall
to continue, to stay, to remain
daqq/biduqq
to knock
dars
lesson
daruuri
necessary, imperative
dawa/bidwi
to turn on
dawra, dawraat
course, lecture
daww
light
dayya9/bidayye9
to waste, to lose
deef, dyuuf
guest
diin
religion
dinya
world
diir baalak
take care, watch out
door
turn (noun), queue
dqiiqa/daqaayeq
minute
dukkaan
shop (noun)
du(9)ri
straight
eemta
when?
eeš
what
faadi
free, empty
faahem
to understand
faakiha, fawaaken
fruit
faat/bifuut
to enter
fadda
silver
faddal/bifaddel
to prefer
fahas/bifhas
to test, to examine
faj'atan
suddenly
fakkar/bifakker
to think
faqiir
poor
farhaan, farhaniin
glad
farja/bifarji
to show
fasel/fusuul
season
fatah/biftah
to open
fattaš 9ala/bifatteš 9ala
to look for
feen
where
fi
in, at, by
fi lhaarej
abroad
fii
there is, there are
filem
movie
finjaan, fanajiin
demi tasse
fišš
there isn't any
fooq
up
ftuur
breakfast
furşa
vacation, opportunity
haada
this
haaf/bihaaf
to be afraid
haarta
map
haatrak (-ek, -kum)
goodbye
haaya
life
habar, ahbaar
news
habb/bihubb
to like, to love
hada
someone, anyone
hadaak, hadiik (fem)
that (noun)
hadd
someone, anyone
haddar/bihadder
to prepare
hadiid
iron
hadiyye, hadaaya
gift
hadolaak
those
hadool
these
hafle, haflaat
party
hajar, hjaar
stone
hajj
pilgrim
haka/bihki
to speak
haki
talk
haki faadi
nonesense
halib
milk
halla'
now
hallas/bihalles
to finish
hammamm
bathroom, toilet
hamse
five
harb
war
harbaan
broken, sour, rotten
hariif
autumn
hašab
wood
hatt/bihutt
to put
hawa
air
hawaali
nearly, about (amount)
hawala
around
hawiyye
ID card
hayy
here is
haziin, haziniin
sad
heek
like that
heek iddinya
that's life
hikaaye, hikayaat
story
hilu, hilwe
sweet, pretty
hiyye
she, it
hmaar
donkey
hoon
here
hsaab
bill, check
hubez
bread
hudra
vegetables
hukuume
government
humme
they
hunaak
there
hurš, ahraaš
forest
husuusi, husuusiyye
special, private
huwwe
he, it
iben
son
idduhur
at noon
ih-da9s
eleven
ijaaze
vacation (usually from work)
ijtimaa9, ijtima9aat
meeting
ilbaaqi
change ($), the rest
ilbahar ilmiyyet
Dead Sea
ilhamdilla 9a ssalaame
praise God for your safety
iljaay
next, the coming
illa
less
illi
who, which, that (statement)
illu(9)a ddaarje
spoken language
illu(9)a lfusha
literary language
ilmaadi (-yye)
the past, last
ilmasa
in the evening
ilyoom
today
imbaareh
yesterday
imm
mother
inno
that
inšaalla
God willing
inte
you (male)
inti
you (female)
intu
you (plural)
iši
thing
isim
name
issubuh
in the morning
istanna (-i, -u) šwaay
wait a minute
ištara/bištri
to buy
it-na9š
twelve
ittalla9 9ala/bittallaa9 9ala
to look at
iza
if
jaab/bijiib
to bring
jaaj
chicken
jaami9
mosque
jaami9a
university
jaar (-a)
neighbor
jaawab/bijaaweb
to answer
jaayy
coming
jabal
mountain
jamb
next to, beside
januub
south
jara/bijri
to run
jariide, jaraayed
newspaper
jarrab/bijarreb
to try
jeebe
pocket
jdiid
new
jibne
cheese
jidde
grandmother
jiha/jihaat
direction, side
jiid
grandfather
jiser
bridge
jneene
garden
jooz, jizaan
husband
ju9aan
hungry
jumle
sentence
juwwa
inside
ka9ake
cake
kaamal/bikammel
to continue
kaan/bikuun
to be
kaas
glass
kahraba
electricity
kalamm
talk
kalb/klaab
dog
kallaf/bikallef
to cost
kamaan
also, more, too
kaslaan
lazy
kbiir
large, old, big
kifaaye
enough
kiif haalal (-ek, -kum)
how are you?
kiis, kyaas
bag, sack
kniis
synagogue
kniise
church
ktaab
book
ktiir
very, much, many
kubbaaye
cup
kull
all, every, each
kundara
shoes
kursi, karaasi
chair
kwayyes
good, nice
la
to
la
for
la hushi lhazz
fortunately
la suu' ilhazz
unfortunately
la'
no
laaken
but
laazem
must
lahad
until
lahaali
alone
lamiin
whose, to whom
lamma
when (statement)
latiif
nice
leele, layaali
night
leeš
why
li' anno
because
lissa
still
lissa la'
not yet
lu(9)a, lu(9)aat
language
m9allme (-aat)
teacher
ma9
with
ma9issalamme
with safety
ma9laqa, ma9aaleq
spoon
ma9leeš
never mind
ma9luum
of course
ma9quul
reasonable
maa
not (verbs)
maa bihimm
doesn't matter, don't care
maama
mom
maat
to die
mabluul
wet
mabruuk
congratulations
madrase
school
madrase i9dadiyye
middle school
madrase ibtida'iyye
elementary school
madrase taanawiyye
high school
maftuuh
is open
mahall
place
majnuun, majaniin
mad, crazy
maktab
office
maktuub, makatiib
letter
malek
king
malyaan
full
mamnuu9
forbidden
mana9/bimna9
to prevent
mara, niswaan(pl)
woman, wife
marhaba, marhabteen
hello
mariid
sick
marra
one time
marraat
sometimes
maš(9)uul
busy
mas'uul/mas'uliin
responsible
masa lheer/nnuur
good evening
maša/bimši
to walk
masaari
money
maši
by foot
masiihi, masihiyyiin
Christian
maskiin, masakiin
unfortunate
masmuuh
allowed
mat9am
restaurant
mataar
airport
matalan
for instance
matar
rain
matbah
kitchen
mawduu9, mawadii9
subject
mawjuud
available, present
mayye
water
mazbuut
correct, right
mhatta (-aat)
station
mi9aad
date, appointment
mihne, mihan
profession
miin
who
mileh
salt
min
from, since
min fadlak (-lek, -ilkum)
please
min zamaan
a long time
minšaan
for, in order to
miš
not (nouns, adj, part)
miš battaal
not bad
mislem/misilmiin
Moslem
mitel
as, like
mitjawwez (-e, -iin)
married
miyye, mitt
hundred
mniih
nice, good
msaafer
traveling
msakkar
frozen
mudiir
director
muhimm/muhimmiin
important
muhh
brain
mumken
possibly
mumtaaz
excellent
muškile, mašaakel
problem
mustahiil
impossible
mustašfa
hospital
muzaare9, muzaare9iin
farmer
mwazzaf (-iin)
clerk
na9 na9
mint
na9am
yes
naam/binaam
to sleep
naar
fire
naas
people
nabaati
vegetarian
nbiid
wine
naddaara
eyeglasses
naddaf/binaddef
to clean
ndiif
clean (adj)
neers/neersaat
nurse
nihna
we
nisi/binsa
to forget
numra, numar
number
nutke
joke (noun)
nuus
half
ooda
room
qaal/biquul
to say
qaam/bikuum
to get up
qabel
ago, before
qaddeeš
how much
qadiim
old (for things, not people)
qahwe
coffee
qalam
pen
qaliil
few, a little
qamar
moon
qamiis
shirt
qanniine, qanaani
bottle
qara/biqra
to read
qariib
close to
qasiir
short
qata9/biqta9
to cut
qawaam
quickly
qawi
strong
qazaaz
glass
quddaam
in front of
raah/biruuh
to go
raas
head
raayeh
going
rabii9
spring
rama/birmi
to throw
raqam
number
rhiis
cheap
rihle/rihlaat
trip
riih
wind
rijjaal, rjaal
man
rubu9
quarter
sa'al/bis'al
to ask
saada
plain
šaaf/bašuuf
to see
saafar/bisaafer
to travel
saah/bisiih
to shout
saaheb, ashaab
owner
saahib
friend
saaken
living
saaq/bisuuq
to drive
saar/bisiir
to begin, to happen, to become
šaare9
street
šaay
tea
sab9a
seven
sabaah ilheer/innuur
good morning
sabab
reason
šabb/šabaab
young, youth
safinne
boat
sahen, shuun
plate
šaher, tušur
month
šaher il9asal
honeymoon
šahs
person
šajar
trees
sakani
grey
šakel,aškaal
shape, figure, appearance
sakkar/bisakker
to close
sakraan, sakraniin
drunk
sallam 9ala/bisallem 9ala
to say hello, to shake hands
saloon
living room
šamaal
north
samah/bismah
to allow
samak
fish
šams
sun
san9a, san9aat
profession
sane, sniin
year
sant
the year of
šanta
bag, purse
šaqfe, šuqaf
piece
saqqa
apartment
šaqqa, šaqqaat
direction, side
šarq
east
šaater/šatriin
clever
sawa
together
šawbaan
feeling hot
sawwa/bisawwi
to do, to make
sayyaara
car
see9a
hour, watch
seef
summer
shuune
fever
si9eb
difficult
sigaara
cigarette
sihha
health
siid
grandfather
sikkiine, sakakiin
knife
sinama
cinema
sirr
secret
šita
rain, winter
sitt
madam, grandmother
sitte
six
šmaal
left
smiin/smaan
fat
šoob
hot (weather)
šooke, šuwak
fork
soot
voice, sound
šu(9)ul
work
su'aal
question (noun)
subbaak, sababiik
window
suhun
hot
sukkar
sugar
šukran
thank you
šurta
police
šurti
policeman
šuu
what
suuq
market
suura/suwar
picture
šwayy
a little
šwayy, šwayy
slowly
t(9)adda/bit(9)adda
to eat lunch
t9allam/bit9allam
to learn
t9ašša/bit9ašša
to eat dinner
t'ahhar/bitahhar
to be late
t'ammal/bit'ammal
to hope
ta9aal
come!
ta9baan
tired
taar/bitiir
to fly
taalib
student
taani
other, second (2nd)
taariih, tawariih
date (in time)
taawle
table
taba9, tab9at (f)
belongs to
taht
down
taht, thuut
bed
talj
snow, ice
tallaaje
refrigerator
tamaam
exactly, fine
tammaanye
eight
tamriin, tamariin
exercise
taqiyye
hat
taqriiban
nearly, almost
taqs
weather
tariq
way, road, via
tawiil, twaal
long
tayyaara
airplane
tayyeb
ok, fine
tazkira, tazaaker
ticket
telefoon/telefonaat
telephone
tis9a
nine
tfaddal (-i, -u)
please
tjawwaz/bitjawwaz
to marry
tkallam/bitkallam
to speak
tlaate
three
tneen
two
tisbah (-i, -u) 9ala heer
good night
tšarrafna
pleased to meet you
tuffaah
apple
tult
third (1/3)
tumm
mouth
tzakkar/bitzakkar
to remember
uht
sister
usbuu9/asabbi9
week
uskut, -i, -u
shut up
ustaaz
teacher
w
and
waalde
mother
waaled
father
waati
low, shallow
wadda/biwaddi
to send
wahad
one
wajbe, wajbaat
meal
wala iši
nothing
wala yhimmak
don't worry
walad, wlaad
boy, child
wallahi
I swear, indeed
waqqaf/biwaqqef
to stop, to stand
waqt
time
wara
behind
ward
roses
ween
where
willa
or
wiqe9/biqa9
to fall
wiqef/biqaf
to stop, to stand
wiseh
dirty
wisel/bisal
to arrive
ya9ni
so, I mean
yaa
oh, hey
yaa baa yyee
wow!
yahuudi/yahuud
Jew
yalla
let's
yamiin
right
yil9an
God curse…
yoom
day
yoom ilahad
Sunday
yoom ilarib9a
Wednesday
yoom ilhamis
Thursday
yoom iljuma
Friday
yoom issabt
Saturday
yoom ittalaata
Tuesday
yoom ittneen
Monday
z(9)iir
small, young
za9laan
angry, upset
zaaki
tasty
zaar/bizuur
to visit
zalame, zlaam
man
zayy
as, like
zeet
oil
zetuun
olives
zhuur
flowers
zift
terrible
9imel/bi9mal
to do/to make
tile9/bitla9
to go out/up
sime9/bisma9
to hear/to listen
qider/biqdar
to be able
dihek/bidhak
to laugh
libes/bilbas
to dress
hilem/bihlam
to dream
sikriteer (-a, -iyiin)
secretary
jarraah (-a, -iin)
surgeon
tabiib snaan, atibbaa snaan
dentist
lahhaam (-iin)
butcher
hudraji (-yye)
green grocer
baytari (-yyiin)
veterinarian
9aamel, 9ummaal
construction worker
qassiis, qasaawse
minister (religion)
habbaaz (-e, -iin)
baker
farraan (-e, -iin)
baker
hallaaq, hallaqiin
barber
kundarji, kundarjiyye
shoemaker
haddaame, haddaamaat
maid, servant
rajul itfa'iyye, rjaal itfa'iyye
firefighter
m(9)anni (-ye, -yiin)
singer
9uluum siyasiyye
political science
9ilm illu(9)aat
linguistics
9alaqaat dawliyye
international relations
iššarq il-awsat
Middle East
laahuut
theology
9ilm il-insaan
anthropology
9ilm il-ijtimaa9
sociology
9ilm in-nafs
psychology
9ilm, 9uluum
science
idaaret a9maal
business administration
iqtisaad
economics
muhaasabe
accounting
huquuq il-insaan
human rights
tibb
medicine
tarbiye
education
aadaab
humanities
adab
literature
falsafe
philosophy
sahaafe
journalism
siyaase
politics
handase
engineering
muusiiqa
music
qaanuun
law
funuun
arts
musicar
musician
taajer, tujjaar
merchant
mikaniiki, mikanikiyye
mechanic
bustanji (-yye)
gardener
kahrabji (-yye)
electrician
musarji (-yye)
plumber
haddaad (-iin)
blacksmith
najjaar, najjariin
carpenter
saydali, sayaadle
pharmacist
msawwer (-iin)
photographer
mumarred (-iin)
nurse
muhaaseb (-iin)
accountant
sahafi (-yyiin)
sahafi (-yyiin)
šufeer, šuferiyye
driver
sawwaaq (-iin)
driver
muhaami (-iin)
lawyer
muhandes (-iin)
engineer
tabiib, atibbaa'
doctor
il-awwal
first
ittaani
second (2nd)
ittaalet
third (3rd)
irraabe9
fourth (4th)
ilhaames
fifth (5th)
issaades
sixth (6th)
issaabe9
seventh (7th)
ittaamen
eighth (8th)
ittaase9
ninth (9th)
il9aašer
tenth (10th)