“Muslim”, “Muslims” in Tunisian Arabic
In Tunisian Arabic, “Muslim” is written using the Latin script as:
In Tunisian Arabic, using the Arabic script, Moslem (Muslim) is written as:
In Tunisian Arabic, “Muslims” is written using the Latin script as:
In Tunisian Arabic, using the Arabic script, Moslimin (Muslims) is written as:
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Examples in sentences or statements
“Today is a Muslim holiday.”
Lyoum 3otla mta3 moslimin.
“Muslim is an adjective for a person that adheres to the Islamic religion.”
Moslim houwa wasf ensen me5ou el eslem ka din.
“The majority of people in this country are Muslim.”
Mokther la3bed fel bled hethi moslimin.
A Muslim place of worship is called a Mosque.
El blasa eli ysali fiha el moslim tesama jema3.
Egypt is a Muslim-oriented country.
Masr bled el tawajoh mta3ha eslami.
These two words in other Arabic dialects