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The Arabic word for 'their'

To say the equivalent of the word their, Arabic uses the suffix -uhum. The suffix -uhum is attached to the end of the noun possessed.

Examples of using the word 'their' in Arabic

their bed
their cat
their dog
their son
their table

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Basic words and phrases in Arabic

Get by in Arabic with these basic Arabic words & phrases.

What's your name ?

Ma smok?

No thanks.

La, šukran.

Do you speak English?

Hal tatakalam alogha l'ingliziya?

Where do you work ?

Aina tãmale.

Where do you live ?

Aina taskone.

How old are you?

Kam omrok?


Bibot'e akżar.

Excuse me.