“Showered” (past) (verb) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Showered” (the verb, in the past tense) is written using the Latin script as:

(I) 2ethamamet

(You) (m) 2ethamamet

(You) (f) 2ethamamte

(You, plural) 2ethamamto

(He) 2ethamam

(She) 2ethamamit

(We) 2ethamamna

(They) 2ethamamo

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

أتحمامت (I)

أتحمامت (m) (You)

أتحمامتي (f) (You)

أتحمامتو (You, plural)

أتحامام (He)

أتحاماميت (She)

أتحامامنا (We)

أتحامامو (They)

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Examples in sentences or statements

(Editor’s note: In one or more of the following statements, the word “Showered” is replaced with an applicable word or words to keep the statement colloquial but to maintain the meaning of the word “Showered” (“Shower” in the past participle).)
“I showered this morning.”

2ethamamet hal sebeh.

.أتحامامت حالسبح

“I didn’t shower this morning.”

Mathamamet hal sebeh.

.ماتحامامت حالسبح

“Did you already shower?”

(m) 2ethamamet aslan?

(f) 2ethamamte 2aslan?

أتحامامت أصلان؟ (m)

أتحامامتي أصلان؟ (f)

“Did you three already shower today?”

2ento tletetkon 2ethamamto?

أنتو تلاتتكون أتحامامتو؟

“He showered about 15 minutes ago.”

2ethamam men 2abel khamsta3shar di2a.

.أتحامام من أبل خامستاعشر ديقا

“She showered last night.”

2ethamamit mberih bel lel.

.أتحامامت مباريح بلليل

“We showered already this morning.”

2ethamamne 2aslan hal sebeh.

.أتحامامنا اصلتن حالسبح

“They showered after they got back from the beach.”

2ethamamo ba3ad ma rej3o men 2al baher.

.أتحامامو باعاد ما رجعو منألبحر


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