What is i hate you in Arabic?
Ana akrahook is when you say that to a male
Ana aKraheek is when you say that to a female
I hate you in Arabic : أكرهك
I hate You = akrahouk ( in Arabic ). and it written in Arabic this way : أكرهك or in the same meaning i don't love you = la ohibok ( in Arabic ) and it written in Arabic this way : لا أحبك
I hate you : ana bakrahk ( in Arabic ). and it is written this way : أنا أكرهك
All that i have for you is hate : kol elle ande elak howe elkaraheye ( in Arabic ).
I hate her : ana bakrahaaa
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There is no such language as "Muslim". Islam is a religion and a Muslim is a practitioner of Islam. The Holy Language for Islam is Arabic. In Arabic, to say "I hate you" is different depending if the "you" is masculine or feminine and singular or plural. I hate you (m.s.) = Ana akrahak (أنا أكرهك) I hate you (f.s.) = Ana akrahek (أنا أكرهك) I hate you (m.p.) = Ana akrahkum (أنا أكرهكم) I… Read More
akrahoka / ana akrahoka I hate you: Ana akrah-ka (pronounce the "h"). and it is written this way : أنا أكرهك
"اكره ان احب" akrah an oheb
no. Allah is just another word for God except in Arabic.
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no he dosent he knows Arabic he has been to Arab place to sing like mahkknass morocco and he came back from rabat morrocco just last summer :-)
You hate me : - if u mean it as a question u say : Hal takrahoni ... ?? or btekrahni ?? - if as a sentence : --> if it is for a girl u say : entee btekrahenee --> if it is for a boy u say : entaa bterhane
If you want to say Arabic in Arabic this is how you say it=Arabi
The Al Jeezrera TV is mainly an Arabic TV station, and is full of Arab news, lot of scurrilious propaganda, and is actually anti-U.S and British. It is really a hate- channel. It is best not to subscribe to it.
Yes. Arabic is spoken in Yemen. Arabic They speak Arabic Arabic The Dominant Language of Yemen is Arabic Arabic arabic! The official language of Yemen is Arabic. Arabic is the language spoken in Yemen Arabic and English are currently the most widely spoken languages in Yemen. The official language of Yemen is Arabic and there is no official secondary language. Yemen has approximately 24 million residents. Arabic
Men in Arabic is "رجال" Women in Arabic is "نساء" Man in Arabic is "رجل" Woman in Arabic is "امراة"
Arabic: ikhwan Arabic writing: إخوان
There are 6 Arabic dialects spoken in Yemen: 1. Arabic, Gulf Spoken 2. Arabic, Hadrami Spoken 3. Arabic, Judeo-Yemeni (only about 1,000 remaning Jews speak this dialect. The rest live in Israel). 4. Arabic, Sanaani Spoken 5. Arabic, Standard 6. Arabic, Ta'izzi-Adeni Spoken
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The best place to find definitions of Arabic words in Arabic is in an Arabic dictionary, either in book form or online.
This is how you say she in Arabic: How you wright it in Arabic: هي How to say it in Arabic: Hiya Hope I helped you :)
Arabic - Arabic script: أنا ملك Arabic - Standard Transliteration: ʾanā malik(un) Arabic - Chat Alphabet: ana malek
you start with the Arabic Alphabets , The Arabic Alphabets are 28 .
X=10 in Hindu-Arabic.
Arabic Translation : " حكمة " Arabic Phonetically : " Hekma "
I am = ana ( in Arabic ). And in Arabic you write it this way : أنا
no it is not Arabic word,,,,we we also use it in Arabic for caravans :)
" Arabic people" are Arabic speakers who are called Arabs. Arabic is the language they speak mainly.
because they believe that Allah spoke Arabic. Muslims say their prayers in Arabic because Quran was sent in Arabic and began in the Arabic Gulf.
Standard Arabic is the standard written Arabic that has been standardized throughout the Arabic-speaking nations, the language of the Muslim holy book, the Quran. Egyptian Arabic is the spoken Arabic dialect that has been widely accepted as the easiest spoken dialect to understand throughout the Arabic-speaking nations. Yet, it is quite different in pronunciation, spelling, and grammar from the Standard Arabic.
I speak Arabic = Ana Bahkee a'arabee that answer is libenese dialect. we say I speak Arabic in Academic Arabic like this: ana atakalem al arabiya.
Nick is not an Arabic name (It is a form of the Greek name Nikolaos - Νικολαος), so it has no meaning in Arabic. The Arabic equivalent for Nicholas in Arabic is: Nequlaa (نقولا)
Ismak eh? That's in like Egyptian Arabic modern Arabic not fus-ha Arabic.
This is how you say it's her in arabic: How to say it in Arabic: Enaha Heya
Arabic Translation : " عضو " Arabic Phonetically : " Odow "
Arabic Translation : " قائد " Arabic phonetically : " Kaaed " sheik
i think it has to be read in Arabic because it is written in Arabic.
Arabic Translation : " بنت " Arabic Phonetically : " Bent "
How do you write Becky in Arabic? How do you write Becky in Arabic?
Arabic Translation : " أحلامنا " Arabic phonetically : " Ahlamana "
Zebi is not from Arabic, so it means nothing in Arabic.
In formal Arabic, it is "qoblah". In slang Arabic, it is "bossah".
Egyptian Arabic (ma9ri) is one of the dialects of Eastern Arabic. Other examples of dialects of Eastern Arabic are Lebanese, Syrian, Palestinian, Khaliji, Hejazi.
Arabic is a very hard language, it is so hard to write in Arabic, you are lucky if you know how to talk and write and understand in Arabic.