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  1. #181
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    oh gosh in my language(malay) we say,
    shirt =kemeja
    pants=seluar
    face= wajah

    same same? my gosh so pleasantly surprise me...
    nice..... ...
    thank you for sharing.... definitely i need to do some copying.....

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    Saba7 el 5eir!

    What a nice thread!
    It is always cool to see people interested in Darija.

    One of my contacts is creating a darija dictionnary which can help you.
    Here it is
    http://darijadictionary.com/en/ (with a pdf version).
    It is still on progress, and has minor mistakes but it is really good.
    Hope it helps

    Allah i 3awen (may God Helps you)

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    Red face Hello ATL-ians

    Is it possible to ask. How to say the word "How"

    in maghreb dialects.tunisian, algerian and morrocan.

    also: the equivalent or translation (because i know some languages sound weird when translated and some are not practical)

    >Do you know?
    >Why is it like that/this?
    >I hate that/this

    > i went, i come, i go.

    if it is not too much for anyone to explain
    Thank you

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    Hello,

    In Morocco:

    How: Kif/ kifesh. Ex: Kif dirti... "How did you do..."
    How much / How big: Sh7al. Ex: S7al kbir!"how big!"

    Do you know: 3arafti?
    Why is it like this : 3alash dek shi (8akak, 8akda)
    I hate this: 9ra8t 8ad shi/ ma 7mert 8ad shi

    I went : Mshit
    I am coming : ana majji (masc.) ana majja (fem.)
    I go : Ken mchi


    **8 replace the H like in the name "Hicham" or in the word "House".

    Hope it helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    Hardcore darija words:

    Rani
    Tiqi
    3'adar
    Ka3 ma sawalti
    Raki
    Wakha

    Faz ro7i I need your help
    Hahahaha ya habibti I love the word hardcore in here
    Did anybody help you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sienna View Post
    Hahahaha ya habibti I love the word hardcore in here
    Did anybody help you?
    Hardcore!!

    Oui dont worry I know it seems like I am talking to myself on this thread right? But I believe all the songs have been fixed! Except Douzi - Sultana maybe...

    Rani = ana
    tiqi = to trust
    3'adar = betrayer
    ka3 ma sawalti = erm, I forgot across the lines of how could you do this?
    Wakha = towards

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    Hardcore!!

    Oui dont worry I know it seems like I am talking to myself on this thread right? But I believe all the songs have been fixed! Except Douzi - Sultana maybe...

    Rani = ana
    tiqi = to trust
    3'adar = betrayer
    ka3 ma sawalti = erm, I forgot across the lines of how could you do this?
    Wakha = towards
    I want to sing sultana but only lala maryama comes to my mind! How come

    let me modify the list above

    it is Ga3 ma sawlti (you did not ask at all)
    we use g3a a lot when it we are categorical about something.

    it is hard to translate but I use it like every hour.

    wa5a : it means ok

    I will look at sultana if you want but I was preparing a suprise song for you ♥

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sienna View Post
    I want to sing sultana but only lala maryama comes to my mind! How come

    let me modify the list above

    it is Ga3 ma sawlti (you did not ask at all)
    we use g3a a lot when it we are categorical about something.

    it is hard to translate but I use it like every hour.

    wa5a : it means ok

    I will look at sultana if you want but I was preparing a suprise song for you ♥
    3ndi wa7da semouha lella hiya ilsa7 hiye ilm3almaaa
    noor ilhuda momo 3aynayyyaaa This is on my mind dorka

    Aaah rani n7eb suprises!

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    Hi Viva

    I am giving you something for translation(hope you will handle with this easily).
    and I hope that the girls will gonna help you in translating what is being said in the Video.
    Good luck

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXSRL...eature=related



    Salaam

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    Quote Originally Posted by CZAREK2581 View Post
    Hi Viva

    I am giving you something for translation(hope you will handle with this easily).
    and I hope that the girls will gonna help you in translating what is being said in the Video.
    Good luck

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXSRL...eature=related



    Salaam


    I looked at it already but this is an exercice for Viva.
    Let me know if you need my help ya habibti


    PS: Context: few years ago Samira Said could not perform into a barnamej in Morocco because her outfit was too modern and at that time she was expected to wear a Kaftan.

    I guess that is why they are talking about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sienna View Post


    I looked at it already but this is an exercice for Viva.
    Let me know if you need my help ya habibti


    PS: Context: few years ago Samira Said could not perform into a barnamej in Morocco because her outfit was too modern and at that time she was expected to wear a Kaftan.

    I guess that is why they are talking about that.
    Right this a challange for herI like testing her.

    Good luck Viva

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    Quote Originally Posted by CZAREK2581 View Post
    Right this a challange for herI like testing her.

    Good luck Viva
    Pressure, Pressure

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    *insert word of choice*

    LOL cant I have like a douzi song instead? I didnt understand anything Erm...can someone write the text for me?

    wa laykon haga wil hima something 5ash ghader gona nghani hazi

    7lewa ilkoftan - SPOT ON I agree!

    fhemti - did you understand?

    Inama fi masalan fil 3ayon god knows what 'blanc' bt7arak bil zafa

    Anyways, I understood the guy, he said, whatever you wear suits you Esta bien asi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sienna View Post
    Pressure, Pressure
    Sienna my idea is write for her all words which differ a lot from MSA and any other dialect
    The rest leave for her she will fill them in a blank

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    Quote Originally Posted by CZAREK2581 View Post
    Sienna my idea is write for her all words which differ a lot from MSA and any other dialect
    The rest leave for her she will fill them in a blank
    No nreed kol il text Czarek have you heard the video? 3shouma 3alek! (I learnt this word yesterday ) Have pity

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    You can't realise it but the discusion is really really not interesting... it is about outfit!

    Bravo Viva: yes 7shouma is something we use a lot! A real concept for arab it is pity shame and pudor

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    No nreed kol il text Czarek have you heard the video? 3shouma 3alek! (I learnt this word yesterday ) Have pity
    Yes i heard it and I understood few words only . I like maroccan pronouncation the way they speak I am not not sure IF i can fall in love with this dialect - it will be really hard

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    Quote Originally Posted by CZAREK2581 View Post
    Yes i heard it and I understood few words only . I like maroccan pronouncation the way they speak but IF i can fall in love with this dialect -well will be really hard
    What do you mean "but if I can fall in love"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sienna View Post
    You can't realise it but the discusion is really really not interesting... it is about outfit!

    Bravo Viva: yes 7shouma is something we use a lot! A real concept for arab it is pity shame and pudor
    انا متأكد انها بتحب الموضوع
    كتير outfit

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    Quote Originally Posted by sienna View Post
    what do you mean "but if i can fall in love"...
    قصدي انها صعب جدا, في نطق و في تفاهم و مش عارف لو واحد زيي ممكن بيتكلم اللهجة المغربية لبليب.

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