“Nine” (9) in Lebanese Arabic

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In Lebanese Arabic, the number “Nine” is spelled using the Latin script as:

Tes3a

When spelled out using the Arabic script, it is written as:

 تسعة

When “9” is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as:

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Listen to this word pronounced (audio)

 

Examples in sentences or statements

“I’d like to buy these nine tomatoes, please.”

(m) Bade 2eshtere hal tes3a banadoura, 2arjouk.

(f) Bade 2eshtere hal tes3a banadoura, 2arjouke.

.بدي أشتري هال تسعة بندورات، أرجوك (m)

.بدي أشتري هال تسعة بندورات، أرجوكي (f)


“My child is nine years old.”

2ebne 3amro tes3a seneen.

.ابني عمرو تسعة سنين

 

“Our flight is in nine days.”

Rehletna ba3ad tes3a 2iyem.

.رحلتنا بعد تسعة ايام

 

“Do you want to get tea at 9pm?”

(m) Badak shay 2al se3a tes3a masa2?

(f) Badik shay 2al se3a tes3a masa2?

بدك شاي الساعة تسعة مساء؟ (m)

بديك شاي الساعة تسعة مساء؟ (f)


“My flight arrives at 9:30pm.”

Rehleti btousal 2al se3a tes3a wa nes masa2.

.رحلتي بتوصل الساعة تسعة و نص مساء

 

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