How do you say Jason in lebanese?
Jason lol. Jason is a name it doesn't change in different languages hehejason is Jason in lebanese many lebanese people are called Jason
you say '' mar7aba'' :) yes im lebanese :)
you say Salam
lebanese and Arabic are really the same thing except for the accents answer = tubaan
you are beautiful
To say "life" in Arabic you say HAYAT.
The most common term used to say thank you in Lebanese the French word Merci, pronounced mersii. You can say: Merci xal xaca (ميرسي على العشاء) The Lebanese above written using the LLL system, For pronunciation guide, check Lebanese Language.org.
not only in Lebanon , say : " talj ".
come here : ta'aa la hawn ( in Arabic Lebanese accent )
''kific'' to say to a girl and kifuk to say to a boy
"Tsharrafna" or nice meeting you... Lebanese people speak 3 languages once they want to say something. The new age, they all speak french and English and little Arabic but more lebanese ...
To say happy birthday to a Lebanese girl, you would say "kull sana wa inta tayyib." This varies slightly from standard Arabic.
Bos or boos??
I don't know how to spell it but to say it it is "huduh"
Happy New Year in Lebanese is Mabrook hal sina jdeeda.
Bḣibb Or Ana bḣibb The Lebanese above written using the LLL system, For pronunciation guide, check the site Lebanese Language (below).
Shwai Or Zghir
you say it like this: enta bl bet?
this is not lebanese but it is MSA so most people can understand it: جِد مات grandfather died.
I want you baby is ba-deh yek (yekeh for a girl) habibi (habibteh for a girl) in Lebanese.
iakona - is how to say Jason in Hawaiian.
"How are you" in Lebanese is "Keefak? Mneeh?" when addressing males and "Keefik? Mneeha?" when addressing females. This literally means "How are you? Good?"
Ehssef if you're a male, Ehssfeh if you're a female. P.S. THERE IS NO SUCH THING CALLED LEBANESE,IT'S ARABIC!
Camel : Jamal written as : جمل
How are you ? Kifak ? well (am fine) Mnea !
Translation: Masaa An-nour
iam tired= ana taaban
chii de mene tuyu
"owafek" in lebanese way : "be'bal"
Ma zelta be-Beirut?
yep it does... they say it but there is another way which is ...''teta'' i think situ is way cuter though i say situ to my grandma yep im a lebanese sistaaa :PPP
I think it is LERRE. Not pronounced like Leere, but pronounced like leh(lemon)-rreh. Soft sounding of the e. Not sure if this is some near language to lebanese???. ^ I'm lebanese. Lerre, Lehre, Lehherehrhehh.. none of this exists in Lebanese. To say shut up, I would say "Skot" (that's a long O). Some less respecting lebanese would say "Nsadd" or "Sedd boozak" (meaning "Shut" or "Shut your mouth (though litterally a "booz" is the mouth… Read More
The way to say "good morning babe" in Lebanese is like this: "Sabah el kheir ya habibti" (to a girlfriend); or "Sabah el kheir ya habibi" (to a boyfriend).
Zh--En for a male, Zh--E--Neh for a female. P.S. THERE IS NO SUCH THING CALLED LEBANESE,IT'S ARABIC!
it is yislamou many think it is shoukran and many say merci which is french.
"habibi" ! but "habibi " its like my lover (like)
Shta'tillek (male) Shta'tillik (female)
Salam or just say bye they will understand it
Bee'tmanalak youm helloo
Answer -how to say thank you in lebanese in Lebanon you must answer "Merci" like in France, "Merci kteer " means thank you very much.... shukran is mostly used in Arabic countries...Lebanon was strongly influenced by french...also good morning is "Bonjour" and the answer is "Bonjourein"...true lebanese ;) actually to be more lebanese-specific, you could also say "yislamo" --sonnymk
In proper Arabic, the expression is: Hasan al-khadh (حسن الحظ) which means "good in fortune". It is likely the Lebanese use this expression as well.
My name is jason = "Jag heter Jason"
I'LL SAY TONGANS. Obviously.
Mesaude (Mis - aw - day)
grandma.. u can also say teta
Iron in arabic: hadeeed written as: حديد
Whatcha Say by Jason Derulo is on the album Whatcha Say - Single
to say please for a male you say : lau samahit Or Amil maarouf to say please for a female you say : lau samahti Or Amili maarouf