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Some Refinements

A day ago I blogged the Arabic adjective عادِيَّة, ʻādiyya(t). Though no incorrect data was given, one would typically give an Arabic adjective in the masculine, as the feminine is based on it with slight modification. The suffix ـِيَّة, -iyya(t), … Continue reading

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WOTD, عادِيَّة

The word of the day is… عادِيَّة Arabic, ʻādiyya(t), 1. ordinary.

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WOTD, جَمِيلة

The word of the day is… جَمِيلة Arabic, jamīla(t), 1. beautiful.

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WOTD, جَّو

The word of the day is… جَّو Arabic, jaww, 1. weather.

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The Arabic Alphabet

Letter Position Separate Initial Medial Final Transliteration Name Sounds Like… ا أ ـا ـا ā or ’ā alif father ب بـ ـبـ ـب b bā’ big ت تـ ـتـ ـت t tā’ ton ث ثـ ـثـ ـث th thā’ thought … Continue reading

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