Numbers in Arabic

Numbers in Arabic 2017-11-27T08:22:16+00:00

Numbers are a great place to begin your journey into the Arabic language. Start by learning the numbers from 1 to 10, then 11 to 20, 21 to 100 and so on. Pay attention to the recurring patterns that will help you form the higher numbers easily!

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

Basic Words & Phrases: Numbers

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Arabic in 3 minutes: Digits from 0 to 9

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Arabic in 3 minutes: Digits from 10 to 100

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Numbers from 0 to 10

EnglishArabicArabic
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
0
zero
صفر
sifr
1
one
واحد
wahid
2
two
إثنان
ithnan
3
three
ثلاثة
thalathah
4
four
أربعة
arba'ah
5
five
خمسة
khamsah
6
six
ستة
sit-tah
7
seven
سبعة
sab'ah
8
eight
ثمانية
thamaniyah
9
nine
تسعة
tis'ah
10
ten
عشرة
asharah

Numbers from 11 to 100

EnglishArabicArabic
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
11
eleven
أحد عشر
ahad 'ashar
12
twelve
إثنا عشر
ithna 'ashar
13
thirteen
ثلاثة عشر
thalathata 'ashar
14
fourteen
أربعة عشر
arba'ata 'ashar
15
fifteen
خمسة عشر
khamsata 'ashar
16
sixteen
ستة عشرة
sitata 'ashar
17
seventeen
سبعة عشر
sab'ata 'ashar
18
eighteen
ثمانية عشر
thamaniyata 'ashar
19
nineteen
تسعة عشر
tis'ata 'ashar
20
twenty
عشرون
ishron
21
twenty-one
واحد وعشرون
wahid wa 'ishron
30
thirty
ثلاثون
thalathon
40
fourty
أربعون
arb'on
50
fifty
خمسون
khamson
60
sixty
ستون
siton
70
seventy
سبعون
sab'on
80
eighty
ثمانون
thamanon
90
ninety
تسعون
tis'on
100
one hundred
مائة
me'ah

Numbers from 101 to 1,000,000

EnglishArabicArabic
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
101
one hundred and one
مائة وواحد
me'ah wa wahid
200
two hundred
مائتان
me'atan
300
three hundred
ثلاثمائة
thalthu-me'ah
400
four hundred
أربعمائة
arba'-me'ah
500
five hundred
خمسمائة
khams-me'ah
600
six hundred
ستمائة
sit-me'ah
700
seven hundred
سبعمائة
sab'-me'ah
800
eight hundred
ثمانمائة
thaman-me'ah
900
nine hundred
تسعمائة
tis'-me'ah
1000
one thousand
ألف
alf
2000
two thousand
ألفين
alfayn
3000
three thousand
ثلاثة آلاف
thalathat alaf
5000
five thousand
خمسة آلاف
kahmsat alaf
100000
one hundred thousand
مائة ألف
me'at alf
1000000
one million
مليون
malyon

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