“Thirty-seven” (37) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Thirty-seven” is written using the Latin script as:

Sab3aw tletin

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

سبعة او تلاتين

When “37” is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as:


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Examples in sentences or statements

I am 37 years old.”

3amre sab3aw tletin sene.

.عمري سبعة او تلاتين سنة

“My husband is 37 years old.”

Zawje 3amro sab3aw tletin sene.

.زوجي عمرو سبعة او تلاتين سنة

“It’s 37 degrees right now!”

2al harara sab3aw tletin daraje hala2!

!الحرارة سبعة او تلاتين درجة هلأ

“The forecast reads that it’ll be 37 degrees tomorrow!”

2al moursid 2al jawi 3ambi2oul 2eno 2al harara bada tsir sab3aw tletin daraje bukra!

!المرصد الجوي عمبيقول انو الحرارة بدا تصير ستة او تلاتين درجة بكرا

“My parents have been married for 37 years.”

2ahle mjawzin men sab3aw tletin sene.

.أهلي مجوزين من سبعة او تلاتين سنة

“There are 37 flowers in the garden.”

Fi sab3aw tletin zahra bel hadi2a.

.في سبعة او تلاتين زهرة بالحديقة


Other numbers in Lebanese Arabic

“Thirty-six” (36) in Lebanese Arabic

“Thirty-eight” (38) in Lebanese Arabic

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Thirty-seven” (37) in Tunisian Arabic

“Thirty-seven” (37) in Turkish

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