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Egyptian arabic .5

EA 5 vocab

Haaga, Haggaat (حاجة، حاجات) thing, things
ayyi Haaga (اي حاجة) anything
/arabiyya, /arabiyyaat (عربية، عربيات) car, cars
/agala, /agalaat (عجلة، عجلات) bicycle, bicycles
'amiiS, 'umSaan (قميص، قمصان) shirt, shirts
banTaloon, banTalonaat (بنطلون، بنطلونات) pants, multiple pants
biluuza, biluzaat (بلوزة، بلوزات) blouse
shuggl (شغل) work
igtimaa/, igtima/aat (اجتماع، اجتماعات) meeting
Hafla, Hafalaat (حفلة، حفلات) party, parties
mi/aad, mawa/iid (ميعاد، مواعيد) appointment, appointments
maktaba, maktabaat (مكتبة، مكتبات) library, bookstore
beet, buyuut (بيت، بيوت) house, houses
wa't, aw'aat (وقت، اوقات) time, times
mushkila, mashaakil (مشكلة، مشاكل) problem, problems
su'aal, as'ila (سوءال، اسىلة) question, questions
sittaashar (ستاشر) sixteen
saba/taashar (سبعتاشر) seventeen
tamantaashar (تمنتاشر) eighteen
tis/ataashar (تسعتاشر) nineteen
/ishriin (عشرين) twenty
waaHid wi/ishriin (واحد وعشرين) twenty-one
itneen wi/ishriin (اتنين وعشرين) twenty-two
il/iraa' (العراق) iraq
imta? (امتى؟) when?
bitishtaggal (بتشتغل) you work
bitishtaggali (بتشتغلي) you (f) work
bashtaggal (باشتغل) i work
kaan, yikuun (كان، يكون) he was, he is
gaab, yigiib (جاب، يجيب) he brought/got, he brings/gets
ma/a (مع) with
/and (عند) at the place of
/andu (عنده) he has
/andaha (عندها) she has
/andak (عندك) you have
/andik (عندك) you (f.) have
/andi (عندي) i have
ma/anduush (ماعندوش) he doesn't have
ma/andahaash (ماعندهاش) she doesn't have
ma/andaksh (ماعندكش) you don't have
ma/andikiish (ماعندكيش) you (f.) don't have
ma/andiish (ماعنديش) i don't have
kaan /andu (كان عنده) he had
kaan /andi (كان عندي) i had
makansh /andu (ماكانش عنده) he didn't have
makansh /andi (ماكانش عندي) i didn't have
gidiid, gudaad (جديد، جداد) new, new (plural objects)
'adiim, 'udaam (قديم، قدام) old, old (plural objects)
Tawiil, Tuwaal (طويل، طوال) tall/long, tall/long (plural objects)
'uSayyar, 'uSayyariin (قصير، قصيرين) short, short (plural objects)
wiHish, wiHshiin (وحش، وحشين) bad, bad (plural objects)
muhimm, muhimmiin (مهم، مهمين) important, important (plural objects)
aHmar, Hamra, Humr (احمر، حمرة، حمر) red (m./f./pl.)
azra', zar'a, zur' (ازرق، زرقا، زرق) blue (m./f./pl.)
faransaawi, faransawiyyiin (فرنساوي، فرنساويين) French (m.), French (pl.)
/iraa'i, /ira'iyyiin (عراقي، عرقيين) Iraqi (m.), Iraqi (pl.)
maSri, maSriyyiin (مصري، مصريين) Egyptian (m.), Egyptian (pl.)
lubnaani, lubnaniyyiin (لبناني، لبنانيين) Lebanese (m.), Lebanese (pl.)
amrikaani, amrikaan (امريكاني، امريكان) American (m.), American (pl.)
kullu /and rabbina! (كله عند ربنا) it's all with God! (God knows all about it and will reward me-said in response to ingratitude)
ilbeet beetak! (البيت بيتك) my house is your house! (make yourself at home!)
idxulu lbuyuut min abwabha! (ادخلوا البيوت من ابوابها) enter houses from their doors! (do things the proper way!)
yixrab beetak! (يخرب بيتك) may your house be destroyed (used both as a curse and to express surprise)
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