“Showering” (present) (verb) in Lebanese Arabic

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

(I) 3ambethamam

(You) (m) 3ambtethamam

(You) (f) 3ambtethamame

(You, plural) 3abtethamamo

(He) 3ambyethamam

(She) 3ambtethamam

(We) 3amnethamam

(They) 3ambyethamamo

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

عمبتحامام (I)

عمبتتحامام (m) (You)

عمبتتحامامي (f) (You)

أتحامامو (You, plural)

عمبيتحامام (He)

عمبتتحامام (She)

عمنتحامام (We)

عمبيتحامامو (They)

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Examples in sentences or statements

“I’m showering!”



“I’m not showering yet.”

Ma3ambethamam ba3edne.

.ما عمبتحامام بعدني

“Are you showering yet?”

(m) 3ambtethamam?

(f) 3ambtethamame?

عمبتحامام؟ (m)

عمبتحامامي؟ (f)

“What time are you two showering?”

2aya se3a 3ambtethamamo 2ento naynetkon?

أيا سيعا عمبتتحامامو أنتو نايناتكون؟

“My husband is upstairs showering right now.”

Jawze fo2 3ambyethamam hala2.

.جاوزي فوق عمبيتحامام حالاق

“My wife is showering.”

Marte 3ambtethamam.

.مارتي عمبتتحامام

“We are showing later.”

3amnethamam ba3den.

.عمنتحامام باعدين

“The players are showering and changing.”

2al la3ib 3ambyethamamo 2ou 3ambighayro tyebon.

.أللاعيب عمبيتحامامو قو عامبيغيرو تيبون


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