“Seven” (7) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Seven” is written using the Latin script as:


Using the Arabic script, it is spelled as:


When “7” is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as:


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Examples in sentences or statements

“I’m here for seven days.”

2ana hon lasab3a 2iyem.

.انا هون لسبعة أيام

“A week has seven days in it.”

Bel 2ousbou3 fi sab3a 2iyem.

.بالأسبوع في سبعة ايام

“I wake up at around 7am each day.”

2ana bou3a kelyom ta2riban 2al se3a sab3a 2al sebeh.

.أنا بوعى كل يوم تقريباً الساعة سبعة الصبح

“Can I buy these seven oranges?”

Fine 2eshtere hal sab3a bourtou2an?

فيني أشتري هال سبع برتقانات؟

“This van seats seven people.”

Haydal van byi23od fih sab3a 2ashkhas.

.هيدا الفان بيقعد فيه سبع أشخاص


Other numbers in Lebanese Arabic

“Six” (6) in Lebanese Arabic

“Eight” (8) in Lebanese Arabic

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Seven” (7) in Egyptian Arabic

“Seven” (7) in Tunisian Arabic

“Seven” (7) in Turkish

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