“Seven” (7) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian 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.”

Ena mawjoud houni lmodet 7 ayem.

.انا موجود هوني لمدة سبعة أيام

“A week has seven days in it.”

Jem3a fiha sab3a ayem.

.جمعة فيها سبعة أيام

“I wake up at around 7am each day.”

N9oum kol youm m3a sab3a mta3 sbe7.

.نقوم كل يوم مع سبعة متع صباح

“Can I buy these seven oranges?”

Ta3tini sab3a bordgenet?

تعطيني سبعة بردقانات؟

“This van seats seven people.”

El kamyouna hethi thez sab3a mel nes.

.الكميون تهز سبعة مل ناس


Other numbers in Tunisian Arabic

“Six” (6) in Tunisian Arabic

“Eight” (8) in Tunisian Arabic

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Seven” (7) in Egyptian Arabic

“Seven” (7) in Lebanese Arabic

“Seven” (7) in Turkish

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