“Morocco” (country) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Morocco” (the country) is written using the Latin script as:

2al Maghrib

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:


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Examples in sentences or statements

“I love visiting Morocco.”

Bheb zour 2al maghrib.

.بحب زور المغرب

“I went to Morocco last summer.”

Rehet 3al maghrib 2al sayfiye 2al made.

.رحت عالمغرب الصيفية الماضية

“I’m going to Morocco this summer.”

Rah rouh 3al maghrib hal sayfiye.

.رح روح عالمغرب هل الصيفية

“Do you want to go to Morocco?”

(m) Badak trouh 3al maghrib?

(f) Badik trouhe 3al maghrib?

بدك تروح عالمغرب؟ (m)

بديك تروح عالمغرب؟ (f)

“I’d love to go to Morocco!”

Bheb rouh 3al maghrib!

!بحب روح عالمغرب


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