Courtesies

Courtesies

 

عيد

 

 

/ʻeed/

 

 

Means

 

 

Eid

 

 


 

 

إِجازِة العيد

 

 

/ʼijaazit ilʻeed/

 

Means

 

 

Eid holiday

 

 


 

كِلْ عام و إِنْتِه بخير

 

/kil ʻaam u ʼintih bkhair/

 

 

Is a wish for Eid (To a male)

 

 


 

كِلْ عام و إِنْتِ بخير

 

/kil ʻaam u ʼinti bkhair/

 

 

Is a wish for Eid (To a female)

 

 


 

 كِلْ عام و إِنْتوا بخير

 

 

/kil ʻaam u ʼintoo bkhair/

 

 

Is a wish for Eid (Plural)

 

 


 

و إِنْتِ بخير

 

/u ʼinti bkhair/

 

 

Is the response to

 

 

Eid wish (To a female)

 

 


 

و إِنْتِه بخير

 

 

/u ʼintih bkhair/

 

 

Is the response to

 

 

Eid wish (To a male)

 

 


 

 و إِنْتوا بخير

 

/u ʼintoo bkhair/

 

 

Is the response to

 

 

Eid wish (Plural)

 

 


 

 كِلْ سِنِة و إِنْتِه سالِم

 

 

/kil sinih u ʼintih saalim/

 

 

Means

 

 

Happy birthday (To a male)

 

 


 

 كِلْ سِنِة و إِنْتِ سالمِة

 

 

/kil sinih u ʼinti saalmih/

 

 

Means

 

 

Happy birthday (To a female)

 

 


 

عيد ميلاد مَجيد

 

/ʻeed meelaad majeed/

 

 

Means

 

 

Merry Christmas

 

 


 

 سلامْتَكْ

 

 

/salaamtak/

 

 

Means

 

 

Get well soon (To a male)

 

 


 

 سلامْتِكْ‎

 

/salaamtik/

 

 

Means

 

 

Get well soon (To a female)

 

 


 

خَلِيَّا عَحسابي

 

 

/khaliyyaa ʻaHsaabee/

 

 

Means

 

 

I will pay for that

 

 


 

تِوصَل بِالسلامِة

 

/tiwSal bissalaamih/

 

 

Means

 

Have a safe trip

 

 


 

 

الحَمْد الله عَالسلامِة

 

/ilHamdillah ʻassalaamih/

 

 

Means

 

Welcome back

 

 


 

 

 

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