“Mine” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Mine” (the word used to indicate the possession or ownership of something) is written using the Latin script as:


Using the Arabic script, it is written as:


Listen to this word pronounced (audio)


Examples in sentences or statements

“It’s mine.”

Hayda 2ele.

.هيدا الي

“I think it’s mine.”

Ba3te2id hayda 2ele.

.بعتقد هيدا الي

“I’ll check if it’s mine.”

Rah 2et2akad 2eza hayda 2ele.

.رح أتأكد اذا هيدا الي

“One moment while I check if it’s mine.”

Lahaza la2et2akad 2eza hayda 2ele.

.لحظة لأتأكد اذا هيدا هيدي الي

“These are mine.”

Hayda 2ele.

.هودي الي


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