“Eleven (11)” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Eleven” is written using the Latin script as:


In Lebanese Arabic, using the Arabic script, it is written as:


When “11” is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as:


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Examples in sentences or statements

Can I buy these 11 pens?”

Fine 2eshtere hal heda3ash 2alam?

فيني أشتري هال حدعش قلم؟

“My flight arrives at 11:15am.”

Rehleti btousal se3a heda3ash wa khamsta3shar da2i2a.

.رحلتي بتوصل الساعة حدعش و خمستعشر دقيقة

“The vet appointment is at 11:00am.”

Maw3ad 2al biyetry 2al se3a heda3ash.

.موعد البيطري الساعة حداعش

“I’ll be asleep by 11pm.”

Bkoun neyim 2al se3a heda3ash.

.بكون نايم الساعة حدعش

“I just finished reading eleven pages.”

Khalaset kira2a heda3ash safhat.

.خلصت قراية حدعشر صفحة


In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Eleven” (11) in Tunisian Arabic

“Eleven” (11) in Turkish

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