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Arabic Love Phrases "what a man said to a woman"

Postby wafit » Sun Sep 02, 2007 2:34 pm

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Hello everybody
some phrases which some arabic men use to say i love you.. but i don't know why it doesn't work with me .Image

1-O7ibboki Listen
I love you!

2-HAL to7ibbiinii ? Listen
Do you love me?

3-Anaa motayyam Listen
I’m in love


4-Anti jamiila Listen
You’re beautifull

5-Anti tos3idinanii Listen
You make me happy.


6-Anti 7obbo 7ayatii Listen
You are the love of my life.

7-Oriido an akoona ma3aki ila al-abad Listen
I want to be with you forever.

8-Ashtaaqo ilayki Listen
I miss you.

9-Hal tashtaaqii ilay? Listen
Do you miss me?

10-Anaa a7taajoki Listen
I need you.

11-Anaa daa2eman ofakkiro fiiki
Listen
I always think of you.

12-O7ibboki aktar min ams; lakin layssa biqadr al-3’ad Listen
I love you more than yesterday, but not as much as tomorrow.

13-o7ibbok min kolli qalbii
I love you with all my heart.

14-ahlan 7ubbii / ahlan amiiratii/ ahlan 7olwatii
Hey love / Hey princess / Hey sweetie

15-kolla yawm ashtaaqo laki aktar
Each day I miss you more.

16-to3jibinanii , 7abibatii
I adore you, my beloved..

17-hadaa ajmal 7obb fii al3aalam.
This the most beautiful love in the world.

laa asta6ii3o al-3aysha bidoniki
I can’t live without you.

3indii sadiiq / 3indii sadiiqa.
I have a boyfriend. / I have a girlfriend.

o3'mido 3aynii wa atakhayyalo annaki qariiba
I close my eyes and I imagine that you are close to me.


al-7obbo a3maa loool
Love is blind.

abadan laa tansynii
Never forget me.

antii taw2amo ro7ii
You are my soul mate

o7ibboki min kolli ro7ii
I love you with all my soul.
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I only ask of God
He won't let me be indifferent to the suffering
That the very dried up death doesn't find me
Empty and without having given my everything
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Transcripcion

Postby zaytuna » Sun Sep 16, 2007 4:28 pm

شكراً لكَ يا وفي

I´m sorpraise all the help you give to us in all the ways, thanks a lot for the translation Rima song.

About de phrases you give to us, why you dont use arabic letters, this transcripcion is the first time i see, dont know if it is only for english speakers or universal, can be confused for not english speakers. I learn read arabic reading arabic letters not transcripcion.

I am a very begginer, i start learn arabic last year.

I wait you underestand what I say.


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Re: Transcripcion

Postby wafit » Sat Sep 22, 2007 4:18 pm

zaytuna wrote:شكراً لكَ يا وفي

I´m sorpraise all the help you give to us in all the ways, thanks a lot for the translation Rima song.

About de phrases you give to us, why you dont use arabic letters, this transcripcion is the first time i see, dont know if it is only for english speakers or universal, can be confused for not english speakers. I learn read arabic reading arabic letters not transcripcion.

I am a very begginer, i start learn arabic last year.

I wait you underestand what I say.


الى اللقاء

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you are welcome zaytona and tasharrafto bi mororrak. also i find your idea is right.. so i'll put my phrases in rabic writing too..
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I only ask of God
He won't let me be indifferent to the suffering
That the very dried up death doesn't find me
Empty and without having given my everything
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Posts: 31
Joined: Tue Aug 28, 2007 1:48 am
Location: High Atlas; Morocco

w'allah!

Postby tomest05 » Tue Oct 30, 2007 3:10 pm

I know that I am late, but I just saw this post! It's quite wonderful! Thank you for your contributions! It's important to know those words and phrases, at the very least if a language learner can't use them they can hear them in movies and songs every day :-)

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Re: Arabic Love Phrases "what a man said to a woman"

Postby daavidfischer » Thu Nov 21, 2013 10:07 am

The phrases are pretty wonderful when said in Arabic. They pull in a special kind of emotion while being said in Arabic. I am really amazed that these things are being shared in public. Arabic is said to be a language where things like these are always a secret.








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