“Two” (2) in Lebanese Arabic

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


Using the Arabic script, it is written as:


When “2” is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as:


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Examples in sentences or statements

“Two oranges, please.”

(m) 2etnen bourtoukan, 2arjouk.

(f) 2etnen bourtoukan, 2arjouke.

 .اتنين برتقان، أرجوك (m)

 .اتنين برتقان، أرجوكي (f)

“The suit number is 2.”

Ra2em 2al gherfe tnen.

.رقم الغرفة اتنين

“Two teas with sugar, please.”

(m) 2etnen shay ma3 soukar, 2arjouk.

(f) 2etnen shay ma3 soukar, 2arjouke.

.اتنين شاي مع سكر، أرجوك(m)

.اتنين شاي مع سكر، أرجوكي (f)

“Two teas without sugar, please.”

(m) 2etnen shay bala soukar, 2arjouk.

(f) 2etnen shay bala soukar, 2arjouke.

.اتنين شاي بلا سكر، أرجوك (m)

.اتنين شاي بلا سكر، أرجوكي (f)

“Can I buy these two pens?”

Fine 2eshtere hal 2alamen 2al tnen?

فيني اشتري هالقلمين التنين؟


Related words in Lebanese Arabic

“One” (1) in Lebanese Arabic

“Three” (3) in Lebanese Arabic

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Two” (2) in Tunisian Arabic

“Two” (2) in Spanish

“Two” (2) in Turkish

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