“Lemon”, “Lemons” in Lebanese Arabic

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

Hamoud

In Lebanese Arabic, using the Arabic script, Hamoud (Lemon) is written as:

حامض

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

Hamdat

In Lebanese Arabic, using the Arabic script, Hamdat (Lemons) is written as:

حامضات

 

Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)

 

Examples in sentences or statements

“Would you like a lemon with your meal?”

(m) Betheb hamoud ma3 akeltak?

(f) Behebe hamoud ma3 akletik?

بتحب حامض مع اكلتك؟ (m)

بتحبي حامض مع اكلتيك؟ (f)

“Here are some fresh lemons.”

Hawde shawbet hamet taza.

.هودي شوية حامضات طازة

“How much are the lemons?”

2adesh ha2 2al hamid?

اديش حق الحامضات؟

“Can I buy two lemons please?”

(m) Fine 2eshtere tnen hamid arjouk?

(f) Fine 2eshtere tnen hamid arjouke?

فيني اشتري تنان حامضات ارجوك؟ (m)

فيني اشتري تنان حامضات ارجوكي؟ (f)

Do you have any lemons in today?

(m) 3andak hemid 2elyom?

(f) 3andik hemid 2elyom?

عندك حامضات اليوم؟(m)

عنديك حامضات اليوم؟(f)

 

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