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Exercise 2 Word list

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Meaning

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akhīr; ukh
Other. Masculine and feminine.

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'an
To. Used in a matter similar to English 'to', but not as frequently.

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ayy
No. Rarely used alone, in this lesson together with 'shakhs', to become 'nobody'.

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bacda
After

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zhuhr
Midday

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bacda zh-zhuhr
Afternoon

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'ad-dominow
Domino

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fatra
Period of time

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ghadara
(v) To leave, to depart from

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hum
They, them. Masculine.

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hunā
Here

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hunāk
There

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istatāca
(v) To be able to [do something]

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kāna
(v) To be. Rarely used, as this very is omitted from typical Arabic sentences. When it is used, however, it expresses strength.

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laciba
(v) To play

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maqhā
Coffee shop

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qahwā
Coffee. Both for beans, powder and the beverage.

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masā'
Evening

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tiwāl 'al-masā'
All evening

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mithla
Similar to

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nahnu
We, us

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qadā
(v) To spend [something], to consummate

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qadīm; qudamā'
Old. Adjective, here shown in both singular and plural.

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sadīq; asdiqā'
Friend. Singular and plural.

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samica
(v) To hear, to listen

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sawt
Voice

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shakhs
People. A form of singular plural. It points at a group of people but is used as a singuarl noun.

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shariba
(v) To drink

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takallam
To talk, to converse

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taqābala
(v) To meet

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waqt
Time

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cindamā
When


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