Friday , April 28 2017

Saudi Arabic: What do you mean?

If you've ever wanted to know how to clarify yourself or someone else (talking about the meaning of something or what a person means by what they're saying) in Saudi Arabic, this will help you.

New words:

  • Meaning (noun)
  • To mean (verb)

Sample sentences:

  • What does that mean?
  • I mean, I really want you to come.
  • What do you mean?

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One comment

  1. It would be really helpful to me if you would note which Saudi dialect each entry comes from. It’s not that I don’t want to know the three major ones, but I have friends all over the country and as I learn, I want to connect what I know with one of my friends in my mind. I’ve used Khaliji with a friend from Hail before, only to have him say “huh?”

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