“Nine” (9) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, “Nine” is written using the Latin script as:


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


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


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Examples in sentences or statements

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

N7eb nechri el tes3a tmatem hekom, 3aychek.

.نحب نشري التسعة طماطم هاكم، عيشك

“My child is nine years old.”

Weldi 3omrou tes3a snin.

.ولدي عمرو تسعة سنين

“Our flight is in nine days.”

El vol mta3na ba3ed tes2a ayem.

.الفل متاعنا بعد تسعة أيام

“Do you want to get tea at 9pm?”

T7eb na3mlou kes tey m3a el tes3a?

تحب نعملوا كاس تاي مع التسعة؟

“My flight arrives at 9:30pm.”

El vol mta3i tousel m3a el tes3a wnos mta3 lil.

.الفل متاعي توصل التسعة ونص متع ليل


This number in other Arabic dialects

“Nine” (9) in Lebanese Arabic

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