Holidays & Good wishes in Arabic

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Now you know how to talk about date and time in Arabic, let’s continue with some more special occasions, holidays and how to wish people well in Arabic.

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

Holidays & Good wishes in Arabic

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Good wishes

EnglishArabicArabic
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
All the best!
بالتوفيق!
bel tawfiq!
Congratulations!
مبروك!
mabrouk!
Good luck!
حظ سعيد!
had sa'ed!
Happy birthday!
عيد ميلاد سعيد!
e'id milad sa'ed!
Merry Christmas!
عيد ميلاد مجيد!
e'id milad majeed!
Happy Easter!
عيد قيامة سعيد!
عيد فصح سعيد!
e'id qeyamah sa'ed!
e'id feseh sa'ed!

Happy New Year!
كل عام وأنتم بخير!
kol a'am wa antom bekhayr!
with all my heart / wholehearted
من أعماق قلبي
بكل صدق
men a'amaq qalby
bekol sedq

Holidays & festive occasions

EnglishArabicArabic
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
birthday
يوم الميلاد
عيد ميلاد
yaum al-milad
e'id milad [1]

Christmas
عيد الميلاد
e'id al-milad
Yule
عيد ميلاد المسيح
e'id milad al-maseeh
Christmas Eve
ليلة عيد الميلاد
laylat e'id al-milad
Easter
عيد القيامة
عيد الفصح
e'id al-qeyamah
e'id al-feseh

Easter holidays
عطلة عيد القيامة
عطلة عيد الفصح
o'tlat e'id al-qeyamah
o'tlat e'id al-feseh

Pentecost / Whitsun
عيد العنصرة
عيد الخمسين
e'id al-a'nsarah
e'id al-khamseen

New Year’s Eve
ليلة رأس السنة
laylat ra's assanah
New Year
رأس السنة
ra's assanah
wedding
حفل زواج
hafl zawaj
name day
يوم الاسم
عيد يوم الاسم
yaum al-esm
e'id yaum al-esm

Valentine’s Day
عيد الحب
e'id al hub
anniversary
الذكرى السنوية
al-dzekra al-sanaweyah

Verbs

EnglishArabicArabic
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
(to) invite
دعا
da'a
(to) wish
تمنّى
tamanna
(to) make a gift
أعدّ هدية
a'ad hadeyah
(to) get
حَصَل على
hasal a'la

Vocabulary & Phrases

EnglishArabicArabic
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
party [Sg]
حفل
hafl
parties [Pl]
حفلات
hafalat
birthday party
حفل عيد ميلاد
hafl e'id milad
invitation [Sg]
دعوة
da'wah
invitations [Pl]
دعوات
da'awat
I invite you to the party!
أدعوك لحضور حفلتي!
ado'uk lehudur haflaty!
wish [Sg]
أمنية
omneyah
wishes [Pl]
أمنيات
omneyat
What would you like? / What do you want?
فيما ترغب؟
ماذا تريد؟
fima targhab?
mada toreed?

surprise [Sg]
مفاجأة
mofaja'ah
surprises [Pl]
مفاجآت
mofaja'at
present / gift [Sg]
هدية
hadeyah
presents / gifts [Pl]
هدايا
hadaya

Notes:

1 Depends on the context: If it's just 'birthday' then it's يوم الميلاد, yaum al-milad. If it's like in 'Happy birthday' then it's عيد ميلاد, e'id milad.

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