Basic Arabic Nouns

Basic Arabic Nouns 2017-11-27T08:13:53+00:00

Nouns represent people or things. You’ll need them whenever you want to refer to somebody or something. Memorize the Arabic nouns below and you’ll be well equipped for almost every basic conversation.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Arabic“.

Basic Words & Phrases: Nouns

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Important nouns

EnglishArabicArabic
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
child
طفل, طفلة
tefl (m), teflah (f)
man
رجل
rajol
woman
امرأة
imra'ah
family
أسرة
عائلة
osrah
aa'elah

town / city
بلدة
مدينة
baldah
madinah

country
بلد
دولة
balad
dawlah

world
عالم
aalam
house
منزل
manzil
car
سيارة
sayarah
street / road
شارع
طريق
shari'
tariq

shop
متجر
matjar
door
باب
bab
table
طاولة
منضدة
taawelah
mendadah

chair
كرسي
korsi
window
نافذة
nafidzah
newspaper
صحيفة
جريدة
sahifah
jaridah

book
كتاب
ketab
pen
قلم حبر
qalam hebr
bag
حقيبة
شنطة
haqibah
shantah

rucksack
حقيبة ظهر
hakibat zahr
happiness
سعادة
sa'adah
love
حب
عشق
hob
ishk

flower
زهرة
وردة
zahrah
wardah

ball
كرة
korah
work
عمل
a'mal
vacation
عطلة
o'tlah
passport
جواز سفر
jawaz safar
language
لغة
loghah
question
سؤال
so'al
answer
إجابة
ijabah
beginning / start
بداية
bidayah
end
نهاية
nihayah

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