How do you say i love you in Egyptian Arabic?
ana be hibak (to male) ana be hibek (to female)
If you want to say "i love you" to a guy you say "ana ba hib bac"
Maa al salama is how you say goodbye in Egyptian Arabic.
In Egyptian Arabic (dialect): you say 'Ana Bahebbak' that translates in English 'I love you' He says 'wa ana Bahebbek) that translates ' and I love you' In Modern Arabic: You say 'Ana Uhibuka' that translates to 'I love you' He says 'Wa ana Uhibuka aidan' that translates to 'and I also love you'
Anaa bahibb Masr أنا بحبّ مصر
The word "Egyptian" is said masri (مصري) in Arabic.
Ancient Egyptian; Kemet Coptic; Kimi Egyptian Arabic; Masr Standard Arabic; Misr
ana kaman ba7bak (for male) ana kaman ba7bek (for female)
It means Egypt in Arabic.
Egyptians today speak Egyptian Arabic. Thank You in Egyptian Arabic (like most other dialects of Arabic) is Shukran.
Bee Cam (Egyptian Arabic)
In all Arabic accents & in the standard Arabic, say:" Esmi ".
baby in normal Arabic : tefel ,,, written as : طفل in Egyptian accent you say : ayyel or ayyel soghayyar hope this helps :)
The Egyptian language is Arabic. In Arabic, good afternoon is said: masaa alkher
you could listen to egyptian arabic people for a while, then get used to it and learn what they say!
Arabic Translation : " لا أعرف " Arabic phonetically : " La Aref " Egyptian Translation : " معرفش " Egyptian phonetically : " Marafsh "
In Egyptian Arabic it's called "Zebala" زبالة
Arabic Translation : " أشكرك كثيرا " Arabic phonetically : " Ashkorak Kaseeran " Egyptian Translation : " شكرَا أوي " Egyptian phonetically : '' Shokran Awi ''
"Good evening," in both Egyptian and standard Arabic, is مساء الخير (Misa'a el-khair).
okay. itss slightly difficult, but bear with me.. Ohhh(at this point you have to like scratch the back of your throat to make it tickel:D)ti. so its ohcti kinda:) and its Arabic love, Arabic:)
Arabic Translation : " حسنًا " Arabic Phonetically : " hasanan " Egyptian Translation [ We say sometimes Okay like u and alot of other words ] like : " قشطة - ماشي " Egyptian Phonetically : " Eshta - Mashy "
say : malek ulbi
Arabic Translation : " سوف نفتقدك " Arabic Phonetically : " Sawf Naftakedak " Egyptian Translation : " هتوحشنا " Egyptian Phonetically : " Hatewhashna " These Translations if [ you ] in the senetence is meant for just one person if A group : Arabic Translation : " سوف نفتقدكم " Arabic Phonetically : " Sawf Naftakedakom " Egyptian Translation : " هتوحشونا " Egyptian Phonetically : " Hatewhashoona "
Ismak eh? That's in like Egyptian Arabic modern Arabic not fus-ha Arabic.
كيف حالك Kayfa Halak Egyptians speak Arabic in Egypt now how are you in Egyptian language: izayak If you are talking to a man, you say izzayak? or 3amel eh? If you are talking to a woman, you say izzayik? or 3amla eh? izzayak/izzayik=إزّيّك You can say Khayfa halak/Khayfa halik (man/woman) but this is really more for standard Arabic or eastern Arabic. It isn't really specific to Egyptian Arabic!!
ohibuk: if you're saying it to a man ohibuki: if you're saying it to a woman It differs from one accent to another for example in Egyptian accent you would say: "bahibak" to a man and "bahibik" to a woman. Countries from the Gulf would say "ahibij" for a woman. Well where I'm from, it is the opposite. If you're a man you would would say "ana bahibik" and if you're a woman you would… Read More
Egyptian isn't a language, most Egyptians speak Arabic. Anyway: This is how it is written in Arabic: وداعا This is how it is phonetically: Wdāʻā Another answer: goodbye in Egyptian language is Senebti. 
In Egyptian Arabic (Barra) بره In modern standard Arabic (Okhruj) أخرج Pishoy Edmund
There is More than one Arabic dialect. The Egyptian Arabic pronaunceation would be : (Howa gahy)
it comes from arabic- Ezayko is how you say hello in egyptian.
say : " ana mjnooneh feek "
Ashley is pronounced the same in Arabic as it is in English, and it is written: اشلي
الففغع لافغيصن i know ure gonna say no that's not Egyptian its supposed to be that stuff on the pyrsmids :| no this is Arabic Egypt Arabic
I am good : in Egyptian accent if you are a boy you say : ana kwayyes if you are a girl you say : ana kwayyesa
Go on google translater.
It is very simple... Bel-lel. And plus it isn't Egyptian, it is Arabic. :) I am an Egyptian that is how i know this stuff! ---------------------------------------------- There is no such modern language as "Egyptian".
Bon appetit in Egyptian accent : sahha o afyaa
bahebbak or بحبّك is an Arabic Egyptian word that means i love you , you say bahebbak for a guy or bahebbik for a girl. in the lebanese language we pronounce it " bhebbik or bhebbak"
In Modern Standard Arabic: al-aan (الآن) In Egyptian Arabic: delwa2ti (delwa'ti) (دلوقتي) In Moroccan Arabic: daba (دابا)
How do you spell I love you baby in arabic?
They speak Arabic now; the Egyptian language died out. "As Salaam alakum" is "hello" in Arabic.
Please : law samaht ( in Egyptian accent ) and it is written this way : لو سمحت
You can say : Jameela, or Helwa
ding a ling black people
We Love You : nahno nohibbok ( in Arabic ) written as : نحن نحبك
Do yo mean Arabic? Or Hieroglyphs? I think you mean Arabic in that case what kind of Arabic? There are many kinds. But in the Arabic I know it is pronounced (tin-neen)
Love you love of life- in Arabic = أحبك حب حياتي hope that helped!:)
modern egyptians speak arabic....... شكرت أنت
Addressed to male: ezzayak? Addressed to female: ezzayek?
It says "Egypt" in Arabic. Seriously.