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#61 Guest_Nefertiti_*

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Posted 21 March 2005 - 04:30 PM

                    
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[font=Traditional Arabic:d9dd0dba45] [/font:d9dd0dba45]  I will be marrying a man who is from Egypt, but has moved to the US a few years ago.  I would like to learn these Arabic phrases, but I am not sure how to pronounce them?  Are there guides anywhere on how to pronounce these sayings?  Are there any good tapes/cds/etc.. that teach you the language?  

Also, I have not reverted to Islam yet.  I am learning about it, and want to know more about it.  I do want to be a good wife for my soon to be husband.
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Dear jennlibrarian,
InshaAllah God guide you to the ways of Islam.
I suppose there are mosques where you live so my suggestion is that you look for one of the mosques because usually they sell tapes, cd-roms, books for new muslims and so many other help to you. Probably somebody there will tell you about some arabic teacher.
good luck
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Posted 21 March 2005 - 04:38 PM

                    MASHALLAH biggrin.gif Jennlibrarian!!!

You have a life partner who can help you learn these phrases!!!  Having a friend teach you is the best!

Salaam,

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Posted 21 March 2005 - 06:34 PM

                    [marq=left:4fa7333d55][b]Welcome to Islamway sisters jennlibrarian...

InshaAllah I will try and find some site for you with sound for some of the phrases.

I am sure you will be a wonderful wife for your husband and am happy you are learnign about Islam.
if you have any questions at all please feel free to ask them :wink: Many posts will contain the ansers to your questions.

Here is an excellent link with many good resources for you.... :arrow:

http://discover.islamway.com/bindex.php?se...ction=newmuslim

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[font=Traditional Arabic:4fa7333d55] [/font:4fa7333d55][size=12]  I will be marrying a man who is from Egypt, but has moved to the US a few years ago.  I would like to learn these Arabic phrases, but I am not sure how to pronounce them?  Are there guides anywhere on how to pronounce these sayings?  Are there any good tapes/cds/etc.. that teach you the language?  

Also, I have not reverted to Islam yet.  I am learning about it, and want to know more about it.  I do want to be a good wife for my soon to be husband.


Hope to read more from you soon.

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Posted 29 March 2005 - 09:34 AM

                    As Salamu Alaikum

Masha Allah this is really great  - all these Arabic expressions with their meanings and when to us them.

Jazakallahu Khairan  sisters this is very helpful especially for those who are new to Islam.                    

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Posted 29 March 2005 - 01:13 PM

                    Assalamu aliekum Sisters,

Can any one help me ?

"habeeb roohee" would be addressed to a female
would "habeeb roohi" be said to a male??

also

"amoot alaykee" would be addressed to a female
would "amoot alayki" be said to a male??

As you can see, I LOVE ENDEARMENTS!! 8)

Does anyone know any?  I write poetry, and could use some help with these! :roll:

Wa salaam,

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Posted 29 March 2005 - 04:06 PM

                    Assalamu'alaykum

"Habibi" is to a male and "habibti" is to a female. Roohee and roohi sounds the same and means my spirit (don't know if spirit is the right translation).

It is the same with "hiyati" - my life. It can be said to both male or female.                    

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Posted 29 March 2005 - 06:18 PM

                    As Salamu Alaikum

I think when we say habibi it refers to both male or female

Its like saying Ya Habibi O my love (this can be said by a male to a female or a female to a male                    

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Posted 29 March 2005 - 09:06 PM

                    Thank you Sisters!

That's a great help to me. smile.gif

Peace to you both,

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Posted 18 July 2005 - 06:35 PM

                    Assalamou aleikoum wa Rahmatoullah wa barakatou,

I took this from a website (no copyrights)  and wanted to share it you.  Caution : the rest of the site is not great from an Islamic point of view, :wink:
but May Allah reward in good the brother  who tried to help his sisters and brothers with learning Islam.
I thought this might interest you:


[web:8eac1f5209]http://www.abusaleh....ist=firstlikely[/web:8eac1f5209]


[b]- edited on 11 sept 2005 by khadi1 -  - i think their site had a  server problem - Inshallah, it will be back.... or is it just from my computer that I cannot access it ?? -                    

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Posted 18 July 2005 - 06:36 PM

                    Assalamou aleikoum wa Rahmatoullah wa barakatou

ditto                    

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Posted 18 July 2005 - 06:41 PM

                    Salam alaikum sis Khadi, Ooh la la!! Nice!!! mashallah!
Allah jazikal khier!                    

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Posted 07 September 2005 - 02:56 AM

                    Salaam Aliekum!

If you want to learn more arabic

Check these sites out!!

:arrow: http://www.salafisisters.org/IslamicGlossary.html

:arrow: http://www.fatwa-online.com/glossary/index.htm

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Posted 27 December 2005 - 04:52 AM

                    does it surprise anyone that the official muslim language is arabic and only 18% of muslims are arabic?? I thought the number would be higher..I am arabiya myself                    

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Posted 27 December 2005 - 05:40 AM

                    assalamu alaikum sisters  biggrin.gif

Hmm...I never knew the official muslim language was Arabic. Though I do know that the Qur'an was revealed in Arabic and that the Prophet (saws) spoke Arabic.

I thought there was no official Muslim language because you can speak any language to be Muslim.  biggrin.gif  :wink:

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Posted 30 August 2006 - 06:48 PM

there are some words in ara

like
tbarak alla

alla yrhamna  


alla yhmena  (alla will protect us)

alla akbar (when we see some thing is very beautiful ) it mean (alla is the greatest)



QUOTE(jennlibrarian @ Mar 21 2005, 04:50 AM) View Post

[font=Traditional Arabic:75db018d41] [/font:75db018d41]   I will be marrying a man who is from Egypt, but has moved to the US a few years ago.  I would like to learn these Arabic phrases, but I am not sure how to pronounce them?  Are there guides anywhere on how to pronounce these sayings?  Are there any good tapes/cds/etc.. that teach you the language?  
Also, I have not reverted to Islam yet.  I am learning about it, and want to know more about it.  I do want to be a good wife for my soon to be husband.

habibaty

my sis
in first eslamo alikom

you will love islam belive me, it  s  great  relagion , and i think your husband. will be happy  insh alla & i wesh happy life to you inshalla

i love you my sis forever

don t forget iam from egypt too  

you can ask your husband about islam and  he will help you

inshalla

love

aya

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Posted 20 November 2006 - 06:34 PM

As Salamu Alaikum

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A beneficial thread we forgot about


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Posted 20 January 2007 - 02:32 AM

assalamu alaikum
Thanks for this sister! My Arabic to English dictionary does not include commen muslim phrases. It just has commen tourist phrases like 'where is the washroom?' and 'how much is this?' ! lol It's not much use...but then I didn't buy it, it was gift, so I am thankful for what I was given.
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Posted 22 January 2007 - 10:31 AM

Salam Aleikum wa Rahmatullahi barakhato!

Im new here and just want to say Salam Aleikum!
...and Thank sis´Badreya for the usefull frases,
Jazak Allah khairan!

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Posted 22 January 2007 - 10:50 AM

As-Salaamu alaikum

Welcome to IslamWay Sisters dear sister Mrs.Alshawi smile.gif

I hope that you find great benefit in the forums and I look forward to reading more of your posts inshaAllah.

WaSalaamu alaikum,
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Posted 04 March 2007 - 10:11 PM

BaraAllah fiki
Actually I wanted them in english version so thanks.




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