“Twelve” (12) in Lebanese Arabic

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


Using the Arabic script, it is written as:


When “12” is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as:


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Examples in sentences or statements

Can I have a case of twelve?”

Fine 2ekhod 3albe men 2etna3ash?

فيني اخد علبة من اتنعش؟

“Here are 12 tomatoes.”

Hawde 2etna3ash banadura.

.هودي اتنعش بندورة

“Do you want to get lunch at 12pm?”

(m) Badak tetghada 2al se3a 2etna3ash?

(f) Badik tetghade 2al se3a 2etna3ash?

 بدك تتغدى الساعة اتنعش؟ (m)

 بديك تتغدي الساعة اتنعش؟ (f)

“Check out time is at 12:00pm.”

Maw3ad 2al khourouj 2al se3a 2etna3ash.

.موعد الخروج الساعة اتنعش

“There are twelve eggs in this carton.”

Fi 2etna3ash bayda bel carton.

.في اتنعش بيضة بالكرتون


Other numbers in Lebanese Arabic

“Eleven” (11) in Lebanese Arabic

“Thirteen” (13) in Lebanese Arabic

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Twelve” (12) in Lebanese Arabic

“Twelve” (12) in Tunisian Arabic

“Twelve” (12) in Turkish

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