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How do you write love in Egyptian Arabic?
ende habek ana
I am good : in Egyptian accent if you are a boy you say : ana kwayyes if you are a girl you say : ana kwayyesa
baby in normal Arabic : tefel ,,, written as : طفل in Egyptian accent you say : ayyel or ayyel soghayyar hope this helps :)
ana be hibak (to male) ana be hibek (to female)
Pease and Love : al-hob wa Al-salam written as : الحب و السلام
love means 'habib'
you write it like this; من انت and you speak it lik this ; men anta
ana kaman ba7bak (for male) ana kaman ba7bek (for female)
Egypt is officially known as the Arab Republic of Egypt and Arabic is the official language of Egypt, too. Egypt took part in the formation of the Arab League in 1945 and has …been a member since then. However, the land currently called Egypt has a very lengthy and complicated population history, and is under great controversy even today. Due to Egypt's geographical location it was a cross-roads to several cultures including Mediterranean, Sub-Saharan, East African, Middle-Eastern and European cultures. It has also been riddled by numerous invasions throughout history, including Neoliths, Nubians, Kurds, Mamluks, Ottomans, Persians, Greeks, Romans and Arabs. Therefore, long story short, yes, they are Arabs, but they are also ethnically much more than that... they are a mixture of several races and ethnicities and have been for a long time, while their origins are very controversial when examining the DNA of their current and ancient populations. DNA tests have been conducted on modern day Egyptians, and even on the tombs of Pharoahs to learn more about the racial and ethnic roots of Egypt, and the road to current day Egyptian identity. DNA studies conducted on the current population have concluded that the various invasions on Egypt make up about 10% of Egyptian ethnic make-up, while the rest of their DNA is a combination of cultures between the Horn of Africa and Eurasia, with Eurasia being a closer match. What's important to note is that there is a predominance of influence from the Neolithic invasion from the Middle East in the rest of their DNA make-up, occurring very early in their history as a peoples. Another mtDNA study of modern Egyptians from the Guma region near Thebes in Southern Egypt showed Eurasian Out of Africa haplogroups represent 79.4% of the population while the remaining 20.6% are of Sub-Saharan origin. The Guma people have an oral tradition that links them, like most modern day Egyptians, to the Ancient Egyptians so this is a good representation, seemingly, of the current population of Egypt. Most recently, there have been two other studies as well. In 2009 a study of Southern, or Upper Egyptians using comparisons based on frequency and molecular data found that the Southern Egyptian population is closer to those of the Middle East, North Africa, South Asia and Europe than any other. This is consistent with historical records which show significant contact in both directions between Egypt, Nubia and the Levant with the last several thousand years. The other study was most recently conducted by the Swiss, who carried out their Zurich-based investigation by reconstructing Tutankhamun's DNA profile. This was also presented as a film on Discovery Channel. The study showed that King Tut has Haplogroup R1b1a2, to which about 50% of all European men belong. However it's important to note that this DNA also shows up in parts of North Africa, such as Algeria, and R1b itself shows up in central Africa in countries such as Chad and Cameroon, though the latter is dominated by an alternate branch known as R1b1c. In December 2011, the private genetics research company DNA Tribes released an analysis based on 8 forensic autosomal STR markers. The study in particular analyzed the DNA of the Amarna Pharaohs and reported that "Average MLI scores in Table 1 indicate the STR profiles of the Amarna mummies would be most frequent in present day populations of several African regions." There are also studies that insist Egypt was of purely black African descent, such as those conducted by known Afro-Centrist Cheik Anta Diop, who is of Senegalese origin. Diop has put forward the theory that there are connections between Egypt's origin and his homeland of Senegal. Others have attempted to link alternately link Egypt to Ethiopia. However, most of this evidence was gathered from assumptions derived from Hebrew and Biblical traditions, translations of the word "dark/black" (depending on interpretation) from ancient Greek, and examinations of pigmentation samples taken from ancient Egyptian tombs. These have been largely repudiated by established scholars, scientists and Egyptologists, though Afrocentrism brushes off the claims of these scholars as part of a larger conspiracy of widespread scientific and academic racism. However, it is now largely agreed on by scientific and academic researchers across the globe that ancient Egyptians were indigenous to the Nile area, and as mentioned above, were highly influenced by Neolithic invasion from the Near East and mutual influence from both inner Africa and in particular, the Levant. The greatest controversy at this point seems to narrow down to skin tone, and concepts around what constitutes the term "black" as a race - unfortunately, skin tone is impossible to determine from current scientific evidence with any exactitude. What is certain is that today Egyptians are marked by great variances in skin tone and features, including black, arab and non-arab caucasian.
The = ال The = الـــ ^ it's same like The king الملك To speak it, you'll need Google Translate. ال Here's how to write it if you don't have… Arabic keyboard. ( hg ) = ال ===
I believe it is: انا احب دبي
أنا أحبك pronounced " Ana u7ibuka" for male , and pronounced "ana u7ibukee" for female. أنا أحبك pronounced ana u7ibuka if directed towards a male , pronounced… ana u7ibukee if directed towards a female. أحبك (uhibaq) uhib(أحب ) means 'love'. The 'aq' at the end refers to 'you'.
arabi العربية its pronounced in English : ALARABEYA I linked a good Arabian website below.
Answer 1 Egyptians can be either arabic descent or african. Arabs are people native to saudi arabia. Answer 2 Egyptians can be Arabs, Africans, or any oth…er race if they are domiciled in Edypt. - Arabs are spread across northern Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean, all the way from Morocco to Oman and Yemen ( not just from Saudi Arabia.) The whole Middle East is a melting pot of all races, religions and nationalities. - I have met Jewish Egyptians, Arab Israelis and Nubian Omanis among others. Answer 3 Egyptian is a national term referring to any person who has permanent residency, citizenship, or origin in Egypt. The Egyptian population is made of a number of significant ethnic groups: Fellahin (Settled Arabs), Bedouin (Nomadic Arabs), Copts, Nubians, Cyrenacians (the same ethnicity in east Libya), Amazigh (Berbers), Jews, etc. Arab refers to a specific ethnic affiliation that predominates across the Middle East and North Africa usually determined by certain cultural traits, religious traits, and/or linguistic traits. The term "ethnic affiliation" is appropriate because Arabs (like Turks or Magyars but unlike Czechs or Danes) are not a homogenous ethnic group. They are composed of two numerous groups that intermarried and created a unified culture. Arab nomads from Arabia conquered the Levant, Mesopotamia, Egypt, and North Africa and brought it under their rule. During that period, those Levantines, Mesopotamians, Egyptians, and North Africans who converted to Islam began to take on the same mannerisms as the foreign Arabs who had conquered them. They began to speak the same language, dress in the same clothes, and believe in the same general ideologies. This process is well-documented by Arabs and is called Arabization or Ta3arib (تعريب). This is why the Jews and the Christians of the Arab World (except the Arabian peninsula) often do not consider themselves Arabs. Unlike their brothers whose conversion to Islam made them more susceptible to Arabization, they retained their pre-Arabized ethnic sensibility.