It is important to make the distinction between the two uses of "God bless you" in English which are not translated the same way in Arabic: "God bless you" as a command wishing God to grant somebody prosperity and "God bless you" as the rejoinder when someone sneezes.
if you are talking to a male , say " Allah ybarek feek" (الله يبارك فيك)
if talking to a female, say " Allah ybarek feeki " (الله يبارك فيك)
if talking to two persons or more , say " Allah ybarek feekom ". (الله يبارك فيكم)
Arabs typically say "Al-Hamdu-l'Allah" which means "Grace be to God" (الحمدلله) when somebody sneezes. It is important to note than non-Muslims speaking Arabic use this expression just as often as Muslims.
In Arabic "God Go With You" is " Allah Maak"
Go with god : ettabe'e Allah.
and it is written this way : اتبع الله
God be with you : alla ykoon ma'k ( in Arabic ).
it is written this way : الله يكون معك
YES God can be with you anywhere even Arabic
This is prone to numerous dialectic differences.
Proper Arabic: Yahfadhak Allah (يحفظك الله )
Iraqi Arabic: Allah Khalik (الله خليك)
God be with you and your family in Arabic is:
ليكن الله معك ومع عائلتك
and you can say it as:
laykon allah mak wa ma'a aelatoka
How would you say " god be with you " in arabic
Allah is the name of Almighty God in Arabic.
In Arabic, the word "God" is normally written as "Allah".
Allah is the Muslims word for God. However, Allah is the Arabic word of God, the same God for Jews and Christians. In the Arabic version of the Bible, it is used the word Allah for God. Arab Christians say Allah (as God in English) and they say in Arabic 'Isa Ibn Allah' that means Jesus son of God (Isa in Arabic is Jesus, Ibn in Arabic is son, and Allah in Arabic is God).
"And God's blessings" written in Arabic is ورحمة الله وبركاته.
God of Muslims is the same God as for Christians and Jews. He is called in Arabic Allah (as also mentioned in Arabic Bibles and as called by Arabic Christians).
i swear to god in arabic
Muslims praise Allah (God in English); the same God of the Jews and the Christians. Arabic Christians read 'Allah' as God in their Arabic Bibles. Some Arabic Christians say 'Allah Al Ab' in Arabic that means 'God the father'.
Rabby is god in Arabic
Fire of God translated into Arabic text is النار الله
god = ilaah الاه / rabb ربّ the God = Al'laah (Allah) الله Deity = aaliha الهة
Same God is worshiped in Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. God is called in Islam (in Arabic) Allah. God is written as Allah in the Arabic versions of the Bible.
go with god when you die