Arabic writing uses a different alphabet made up of Arabic symbols.
The question doesn't make much sense. All letters in any alphabet are symbols that represent sounds. (Hebrew and Arabic are no different than Latin, Greek, or Russian in that respect. Each letter respresents a sound or sounds.)
hindu arabic is a letters and roman numerals is numbers
in Arabic letters: بيشمركة in Kurdish letters: پێشمه‌رگه‌
There are 28 letters in the Arabic alphabet--Lebanese is a dialect of Arabic, and all of the Arabic dialects have the same letters.
Yes, Hindu-Arabic system have only 9 symbols.
There are a few alphabets with 28 letters, most notably the Arabic alphabet.
Those letters does not exist in Arabic letters :)
The question as posed is nonsensical and likely derives from the misunderstanding of how Arabic is written. Arabic is not written with symbols or ideographs (like Chinese), but is written with letters in an alphabet. It just happens that the alphabet used in Arabic is different than the Latin alphabet used in English.The word for sister in Arabic is "okht" and it is written like this (???).
Chemical symbols can consist of one or more letters.
The Arabic language is written ins symbols that cannot be submitted.
74 is the Hindu-Arabic representation of the number seventy-four. The term Hindu-Arabic defines the system, not the symbols; the symbols are independent of the system. The Hindu and Arabic nations have their own symbols, as do many other regions around the world. However, the Latin symbols are internationally recognised as the standard form of numeric notation, regardless of the system.
(stylized characters) Hebrew uses the Hebrew alphabet, a block-letter alphabet, which consists of 22 consonants and no vowels. Arabic uses the Arabic alphabet, a cursive-style alphabet, which consists of 28 consonants (29 if you include Hamza), and no vowels. Most of the letters of of the Hebrew alphabet have similar names to their Arabic equivalents. Some of the emphatic letters of Arabic are missing in Hebrew, and the Hebrew letter Samech (ס) is missing from Arabic.
The symbols for elements have either one or two letters. If there are two letters, the first one is capitalized and the second one is not.
The same number of the Arabic alphabets ' 28 '.
the longest word in arabic is of 15 letters - it is ...أفإستسقيناكموها
Differences:Hebrew has only 7 verb constructions and Arabic has 10Hebrew has fewer sounds than ArabicHebrew letters do not connect; Most Arabic letters do.
The Iranian (or "Farsi") alphabet uses the Arabic alphabet plus 4 extra letters not found in Arabic.
Hebrew doesn't use symbols. It uses letters. "Randy" in Hebrew letters is ראנדי
Hebrew doesn't use symbols. It uses letters. Family in Hebrew letters is: "משפחה" (Mishpacha).
The Hebrew language doesn't have symbols. It has letters and words. the letters for lily are ?????
There is no Arabic "translation" of Henry, but you can write the English name in Arabic letters: هنري i