Results for: Habibi

In Translations

What does 'ya habibi' mean?

Ya Habibi means "my loved one," but a dear friend can be called habibi too. Please note: Ya is not part of the word, it is just a calling sound, like "yo" in English, but d (MORE)
In Middle East

What is a conflict in habibi?

One would be when the soldiers break into Sitti's house and smash everything. Another would be when Liyana has to battle her society's rules to be with Omer. Also, there's an (MORE)
In English to Spanish

What is the Arabic 'habibi' in Spanish?

'Querido' is a Spanish equivalent of 'habibi'. Both words mean 'beloved'. The Spanish word 'querido' , which is pronounced 'keh-REE-thoh', is the masculine singular form of (MORE)
In English to Arabic

What does habibi look like in Arabic?

"Habibi" ("my love") in Arabic is written "حبيبي". The letters are "Haa´" (the deep one) (ح or حـ), "baa´" (ب or ـبـ), "yaa´" (٠(MORE)
In French to English

What does 'habibi en ta' mean?

When you tell someone habibi (masculine) habibti (feminine) meaning "my darling" and this person answers habibi enta (masculine) habibti enti (feminine) it means "you are my d (MORE)
In English to Arabic

What is habibi albeh?

Meaning Translation= The love of my Heart Direct Translation would be, Habib(minus last i)= Love Albeh= My Heart
In Translations

What is hamood habibi in English?

Hamood which is an Arabic name habibi which means darling or my love so hamood habibi means : hammod my love or ,, hammod my darling
In Translations

Who is rime the singer in yalla habibi?

i know right, ive googled her and eveything! even on youtube...but she is an Arab singer maybe morocccan? she is on itunes, she has alot of albums! check em out she good (MORE)
In Arabic Language and Culture

What does Habibi mean arabic?

Habibi (حَبيبي) is a term of endearment directed at males (the female form is habibti ), which literally means 'my beloved' . It is used to refer to someon (MORE)
In Uncategorized

Where can you purchase a new habibi?

One can not purchase a habibi. A habibi is Arabic for 'beloved' and used as a term of an endearment. Because of this, a habibi can not be purchased, but there are several book (MORE)