“Patient” (adjective) in Lebanese Arabic

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

(m) Sabour

(f) Saboura

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

صبور (m)

صبورة (f)

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Examples in sentences or statements

“You are patient.”

(m) 2enta sabour.

(f) 2ente saboura.

 .انت صبور (m)

  .انتي صبورة (f)

“You are a patient teacher.”

(m) 2enta 2estez sabour.

(f) 2ente m3alme saboura.

 .انت استاذ صبور  (m)

  .انتي معلمة صبورة (f)

“Thank you for being patient.”

(m) Shukran la2enak sabour.

(f) Shukran la2enik saboura.

.شكرًا لقنك صبور (m)

.شكرًا لقنيك صبورة (f)

“You have been very patient tonight.”

(m) Kenet ktir sabour 2al layle.

(f) Kente ktir sbaoura 2al layle.

.كنت كتير صبور الليلة (m)

.كنتي كتير صبورة الليلة (f)

“The parents were very patient last night.”

2al 2ahel ktir keno sabourin 2al layle 2al madye.

.الأهل كتير كانو صبورين الليلة الماضية


This word in other Arabic dialects

“Patient” (adjective) in Tunisian Arabic

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