Date & Time in Arabic

Date & Time in Arabic 2017-07-03T14:25:51+00:00

Alright, now it’s time to learn some vocabulary related to date and time. This lesson will teach you how the days of the week, months, seasons and times of day are called in Arabic.

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

Date & time in Arabic

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Days of the week

EnglishArabicArabic
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
Monday
الإثنين
al-ethnayn
Tuesday
الثلاثاء
al-tholatha'
Wednesday
الأربعاء
al-arbe'a'
Thursday
الخميس
al-khamees
Friday
الجمعة
al-jom'ah
Saturday
السبت
al-sabt
Sunday
الأحد
al-ahad
Weekend
العطلة الأسبوعية
al-o'tla al esbue'yah
on Monday
(في يوم) الإثنين
(fi yaum) al-ethnayn
on Tuesday
(في يوم) الثلاثاء
(fi yaum) al-tholatha'
on Wednesday
(في يوم) الأربعاء
(fi yaum) al-arbe'a'
on Thursday
(في يوم) الخميس
(fi yaum) al-khamees
on Friday
(في يوم) الجمعة
(fi yaum) al-jom'ah
on Saturday
(في يوم) السبت
(fi yaum) al-sabt
on Sunday
(في يوم) الأحد
(fi yaum) al-ahad
at the weekend
في العطلة الأسبوعية
fi al-o'tla al esbue'yah [1]
on Mondays
(في) أيام الإثنين
(fi) ayam al-ethnayn
on Tuesdays
(في) أيام الثلاثاء
(fi) ayam al-tholatha'
on Wednesdays
(في) أيام الأربعاء
(fi) ayam al-arbe'a'
on Thursdays
(في) أيام الخميس
(fi) ayam al-khamees
on Fridays
(في) أيام الجمعة
(fi) ayam al-jom'ah
on Saturdays
(في) أيام السبت
(fi) ayam al-sabt
on Sundays
(في) أيام الأحد
(fi) ayam al-ahad
at Weekends
في العطلات الأسبوعية
fi al-o'tlat al esbue'yah [2]

Months

EnglishArabicArabic
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
January
يناير
yanayer
February
فبراير
febrayer
March
مارس
mares
April
أبريل
abreel
May
مايو
mayu
June
يونيو
يونيه
yonyu
yonyah

July
يوليو
yolyou
August
أغسطس
aghostos
September
سبتمبر
septamber
October
أكتوبر
octobar
November
نوفمبر
novamber
December
ديسمبر
desamber

Seasons

EnglishArabicArabic
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
Spring
الربيع
al-rebye'
Summer
الصيف
al-sayf
Autumn / Fall
الخريف
al-khareef
Winter
الشتاء
al-sheta'

Times of Day

EnglishArabicArabic
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
morning
الصباح
al-sabah
forenoon
النهار
al-nahar
noon
الظهيرة
al-daheerah
afternoon
بعد الظهيرة
الأصيل
ba'd al-daheerah
al-aseel

evening
المساء
al-masa'
night
الليل
al-layl
midnight
منتصف الليل
montasaf al-layl

Notes:

1 Note: For the days of the week above we can use 'fi' or omit it according to the way the sentence goes, but to say 'at the weekend' we cannot omit 'fi'. If we omitted it the sentence would look weird.2 Note: For the days of the week above we can use 'fi' or omit it according to the way the sentence goes, but to say 'at weekends' we cannot omit 'fi'. If we omitted it the sentence would look weird.

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