“Pharmacy” in Tunisian Arabic

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


Using the Arabic script, it is written as:


(Editor’s note: The words Pharmacie (based on French) and Saydaliya (صيدلية) (based on standard Arabic) are both common words in Tunisia to mean Pharmacy)

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Examples in sentences or statements

“The pharmacy is over there.”

El farmasi l8adi.

.الفرمسي لغادي

“A pharmacist works at a pharmacy.”

El pharmacien ye5dem fel farmasi.

.الفرمسيه يخدم في فرمسي

“What time does the pharmacy close?”

Wa9tech tsaker el farmasi?

وقتاش تسكر الفرمسي؟

“This pharmacy is open 24-hours.”

El farmasi hethi ma7loula dima.

.الفرمسي هذي تخدم ديمه

“Do you sell toothpaste at this pharmacy?”

Tbi3ou dentifrice fel farmasi hethi?

تبيعو دونتفريس في الفرمسي هذي؟


In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Pharmacy”, “Pharmacies” in Lebanese Arabic

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