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How do you write love in Egyptian Arabic?
If you want to say "i love you" to a guy you say "ana ba hib bac"
ana be hibak (to male) ana be hibek (to female)
Most people in ancient Egypt were uneducated and unable to write anything. The small minority of educated people were taught two systems of writing: for almost all of Egyptian… history writing was either in hieroglyphs or in hieratic script (which was a simplified version of hieroglyphs). At the end of ancient Egyptian history demotic script was developed, based on hieratic but much more complex. By about 300 AD Coptic script was used - this was simply the Greek alphabet with a few additional signs for Egyptian sounds not found in Greek. The Arabs invaded Egypt in 639 AD, long after the end of ancient Egypt; the Arabs brought Islam and Arabic writing with them and both have been used in Egypt ever since. So ancient Egyptians could not ever have used Arabic writing.
Pease and Love : al-hob wa Al-salam written as : Ø§ÙØØ¨ Ù Ø§ÙØ³ÙØ§Ù
hi, you write love in Arabic like this ; ØØ¨ and you say it like this houb
Ana behibak (to a male) Ana behibek (to a female) Happy Speaking!
ana kaman ba7bak (for male) ana kaman ba7bek (for female)
ØØ¨ These are two letters Ø¨ & Ø connected together in one word. Pronounced: Hobb
I believe it is: Ø§ÙØ§ Ø§ØØ¨ Ø¯Ø¨Ù
3 way for this, 1. You can learn Arabic and then write it. 2. You can write first then translate it with Notary publications. 3. You can Download a translator from inter…net with english to arabic meaning then you put it to your love.
Translation: Hatha huwa al-hob (ÙØ°Ø§ ÙÙ Ø§ÙØØ¨)
Sure. Egypt is an Arab country. Prior to 600 CE, Egyptians spoke Byzantine Greek and wrote with Greek letters. Ancient Egypt used hieroglyphics and several local alphabets …(such as Demotic).