How is the Arabic word mudarres pronounced?
It is "Mudarres"
The Arabic word for "photograph" is pronounced "musawer".
The Arabic word for prophet is pronounced 'Nabi' The Arabic spelling for it is نبي
A word for cat in Arabic is قطة which is pronounced "qittah."
The word for bear in Arabic is دب, which is pronounced "dub."
The Arabic word "noor" should be pronounced " nuur"
The Arabic word for hospital is المستشفى, pronounced "Al mastashfi".
The word "roots" in Arabic is جذور, pronounced "judhuur."
Technically there isn't an Egyptian word for Egypt as they speak Arabic there but the Arabic word for Egypt is pronounced "Misr" (Standard Arabic) or "Masr" (Egyptian Arabic).
The word for "five" in Arabic is خمسة, pronounced khamsah.
Rare in Arabic is نادر and it's pronounced "NADER"
Translation: jihaad (جهاد)
The word for "mad" in Arabic is مجنون, pronounced "majnun."
the word nose is انف (pronounced "anf") in Arabic.
its pronounced as 'hubb'
The word brother when translated from English to Arabic is أخ which is pronounced "Akh."
Gayer is a not a word in modern English. If you mean "happier," the Arabic word is أسعد (pronounced 'as3ad)
"Fierce" is translated as "عنيفة", from English to Arabic, and is pronounced as "aneef".
"Warrior" is translated as "محارب", from English to Arabic, and is pronounced as "muharib".
Arabic spelling : حب Pronounced like : Hobb
In Arabic, the word for classroom is pronounced "fasl" and written فصل.
the word photo is pronounced soorah and is spelled صورة in Arabic.
The word brain is pronounced moukh and is spelled مخ in Arabic.
If you are looking to tranliterate the actual word "go" using Arabic letters, it would be جو but if you are looking for the actual Arabic word for "go", that would be اذهب and that is pronounced Ath-hab (the "th" being pronounced as it is in the word "the" and the accent on the first syllable..."ath'-hab. The transliteration of the English word "go" is made up of the Arabic letter for "J/G" (followed by the… Read More
"Qurd" (pronounced koord)
The Arabic for transform is Tahawul. Written like this : " تحول " and is pronounced " Tahawul ".
The Arabic word for soldier is written جندي and pronounced "jun-dee."
Galbi pronounced Gal-be. In Proper Arabic it is pronounced qalbi (قلبي) but these are, in fact, the same word with the differences in pronunciation due to dialect.
In Arabic, "stone" is written as "_______'. This is pronounced as "Jandal." "Precious stone" is written as "_____ ______," and is pronounced as "Hajar karim." There does not appear to be a separate word for "rock."
thiqa (th pronounced as in think)
hall (not pronounced holl)
proud would be pronounced (fachour)
pronounced " harb" spelled - حرب
اميرة pronounced ameera
الطائرات Pronounced- At-ta-iraat.
deceit = خداع (pronounced khada3 or 5ada3, using the Arabic chat alphabet)
Verb ( order ) : " ! قاتل " pronounced " Qatil ! " Noun : " قتال " pronounced " Qital "
In Arabic, the word حرية , which is pronounced 'huriiya', means 'freedom'. In Spanish, the word for 'freedom' is 'libertad'.
I think the origine of the word schedule is the Arabic world "Geadwal". As you know, the Arabic letter "j" pronounced "dg", is written in many languages "sch". All the other letters are pronounced in the same way. So I think its origins are Arabic .
knight = "fares" /færes/ فارس The "a" is pronounced as the "a" in the word "man".
The word "loved one" when translated from English to Arabic is بعزيز, pronounced "bi'aziz"
It is written أحمر and pronounced Ahmar
Note that egyptians talk Arabic, so the Arabic word of mother would do, yea they have their own accent and words but they still use same Arabic words That's not an answer. The Arabic/Egyptian word for mother is Ummi (my mother), pronounced Ommee, or to just say mom is Omm. My father is Abbi, pronounced Abee or just Ab for dad. Cleo
age = al-omor ( in Arabic ). and it is written this way : العمر like saying : how old are you ?? in Arabic it pronounced as : kam omrok ??
"Mway-zeen" In Arabic the word is (مؤذن) which is pronounced Mu'athen
استنتاج pronounced: estentag which means to assume or conclude
Research in Arabic means : بحث , it is pronounced as : bahth ( with short 'a' sound )
If pronounced Shaati' , it means BEACH. If pronounced Shatti , it means RAIN (as a verb, in the Lebanese Slang)
restaurant: in Arabic : مطعم since you can't understand Arabic this is how it's pronounced : mata'am. (one word)
In English, it's written SEYAM , and it is pronounced ( see - yam)