Family

Family

 

عيلِة

 

/ʻailih/

 

Means

 

Family

 

 

 


 

 

أَبْ

 

/ʼab/

 

Means

 

Father

 

 

 


 

إِمْ‎

 

/ʼim/

 

Means

 

Mother

 

 

 


 

إِخِتْ

 

/ʼikhit/

 

Means

 

Sister

 

 

 


 

أَخّ

 

/ʼakh/

 

Means

 

Brother

 

 

 


 

اِبِنْ

 

/ibin/

 

Means

 

Son

 

 

 


 

بِنِتْ

 

/binit/

 

Means

 

Daughter

 

 

 


Adding ي
to any noun will turn it into a possessive pronoun
As in (My House)

بيتــي

 

/baitee/

 

 

 

 


Adding  ك
to any noun will turn it into a possessive pronoun
You (Masculine/ Singular)
As in (Your House)
بيْتَك
/baitak/

 

 

 


 

Adding  ك
to any noun will turn it into a possessive pronoun
You (Feminine/ Singular)
As in (Your House)
بيْتِك
/baitik/

 

 

 


 

Adding  ـه
to any noun will turn it into a possessive pronoun
You (Masculine/ Singular)
As in (His Mother)
إِمُّــه
/ʼimmuh/

 

 


 

Adding ـها
to any noun will turn it into a possessive pronoun
You (Feminine/ Singular)

As in (His Mother)

 

إِمَّـا

/ʼimmaa/

 

 


عَنْدي

 

/ʻandee/

 

Means

 

I have/ own

 

 

 


 

عَنْدَك

 

/ʻandak/

 

Means

 

You have/ own (Masculine)

 


عَنْدِك

 

/ʻandik/

 

Means

 

You have/ own (Feminine)

 

 


ما

 

/maa/

 

Means

 

Is a negation tool
that should precede verbs

 

 

 


 

 

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