In English you have aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents. In Arabic things are not so simple. Arabic divides family members by gender and origin. Your paternal uncle is your ‘am, and his sister is your ‘ammeh; Your mother’s brother is your khal, and her sister is your khalto.
Mutterseite: khaal. Die Tante. Mutterseite: khaaleh.
Palestinians may refer to elders by titles such as “Ammo” and “Amto” (paternal uncle and aunt) or “Khalo” and “Khalto” (maternal uncle and aunt).
Kala is an Arabic/Muslim girl name and the meaning of this name is “The Fine Arts, Art, Miracle“.
كلمات said: عم means uncle. عمو is slang for addressing someone you usually know.
You can still say عمي and خالتي in dialect, it’s just that عمو and خالتو (and عمته and خالو to some extent, although I have a feeling they’re less common are) more common in colloquial speech – I guess the English equivalent is actually ‘auntie’ as I almost always say ‘auntie’ instead of ‘aunt’.
Omm (أم) or Ommi (أمي)
These terms are commonly used throughout the Arabic-speaking world to refer to mothers. Literally Omm (أم) means “mother” and Ommi (أمي) means “my mother”.
amtia. Valuables, goods, goods.
The Arabic word for sister is pronounced ‘ukht and written ﺃُﺧﺖ.
1. Wallah = I swear/to God. والله Wallah literally means “I swear to God,” and it’s sure to come up in conversation a lot more times than you can count. Wallah, I promise I’m not lying!
Mia is an Arabic/Muslim girl name and the meaning of this name is “Beauty, my, beloved“.
Na’am is a baby name popular mainly in the Muslim religion, with its main origins in Arabic. The name Na’am means Live a prosperous life.
For example, while it is perfectly normal to address someone in English as “Dear Mr. Mohamed”, it is unacceptable to address them with the direct Arabic translation “عزيزي السيد محم”. The basic address when writing to someone from any position would be “حضرة السيد محمد المحترم” or “Respected Mr. Mohammed.”
The Arabic word for woman is pronounced ‘imra’a and written تِمرَةَت.
It just means “uncle“, but it’s still weird that people call you that at your age. In my native language, we just call people uncles when they’re older than us, but when they’re young like you, I would just call them by their name. I don’t know if anyone older than you is called uncle in Arabic. 0.
The Arabic word for love is pronounced hubb and written ﺣُﺐّ.