“Salt” in Lebanese Arabic

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


Using the Arabic script, it is written as:


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Examples in sentences or statements

“A little salt please.”

(m) shwayet meleh, 2arjouk.

(f) shwayet meleh, 2arjouke.

شوية ملح، ارجوك (m)

شوية ملح، ارجوكي (f)

“No salt.”

Bala meleh.

بلا ملح

“Salt and pepper, please.”

(m) Meleh wa bhar, 2arjouk

(f) Meleh wa bhar, 2arjouke

.ملح و بهار، ارجوك (m)

.ملح و بهار، ارجوكي (f)

“Do you have any salt?”

(m) 3andak meleh?

(f) 3andik meleh?

عندك ملح؟ (m)

عنديك ملح؟ (f)

“I like fish with ketchup, lemon, and salt.”

2ana bheb 2al samak ma3 ketchap, hamid, wal meleh.

.انا بحب السمك مع كاتشب، حامض، و ملح


In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Salt” in Egyptian Arabic

“Salt” in Tunisian Arabic

“Salt” in Turkish

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