Egyptian Feminine

If you're trying to learn Egyptian Feminine you will find some useful resources including a course about genders: Feminine and Masculine... to help you with your Egyptian Arabic grammar. Try to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its place. Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Egyptian. Enjoy the rest of the lesson!


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Egyptian Feminine

Learning the Egyptian Feminine is very important because its structure is used in every day conversation. The more you master it the more you get closer to mastering the Egyptian language. But first we need to know what the role of Feminine is in the structure of the grammar in Egyptian.

Egyptian feminine refers to female qualities attributed specifically to women and girls or things considered feminine. The complement to feminine is masculine. Here are some examples:

English FeminineEgyptian Feminine
Feminine
he is happyho mabsot - هو مَبْسوط
she is happyhi mabsota - هي مَبْسوطة
he is Americanho amriki - هو أمْريكي
she is Americanhi amerikya - هي أمريكية
manraguel - راجـِل
womanset - سِت
fatherab - أب
motheram - أم
brotherakh - أخ
sisterakhet - أخت
uncle3am - عَم
aunt3amaa - عَمَّة
bulltor - طور
cowba2era - بَقرة
boyoled - ولد
girlbenet - بنت

Notice the structure of the Feminine in Egyptian.

List of Feminine in Egyptian

Below is a list of objects, can you determine whether they're feminine, masculine or plural in Egyptian? Memorizing this table will also help you add very useful and important words to your Egyptian vocabulary.

English VocabularyEgyptian Vocabulary
objectsashya' - أشياء
bathroom7amaam - حَمَّام
bedserir - سِرير
bedroomawda noom - أوضة نـُوم
ceilingsa2f - سَقـْف
chairkoresi - كُرسي
clotheshodom - هُدوم
coatbaleto - بالطو
cupkas - كاس
deskmakteb - مَكْتب
dressfosetan - فـُستان
floorared - أرض
forkshooka - شـُوكة
furniture3efesh - عفش
glassezaz - إزاز
hatta2yaa - طـَقيَّة
housebit - بيت
ink7eber - حِبر
jacketguaket - جاكت
kitchenmatbakh - مَطْبَخ
knifesekina - سِكينة
lamplemeba - لمبة
letterguwab - جواب
mapkherita - خريطة
newspaperguerenal - جرنال
notebookkeshekol - كشكول
pantsbenetelon - بنطلون
paperore2 - ورق
pen2elem guaf - قلم جاف
pencil2elem resas - قلم رصاص
pharmacysaidalya - صَيدَلية
picturesora - صورة
platetebe2 - طبق
refrigeratortelagua - تلاجة
restaurantmat3em - مَطْعم
roofsoto7 - سُطوح
roomawda - أوضة
rugseguaada - سِجَادة
scissorsme2es - مقص
shampooshamebo - شامبو
shirt2amis - قـَميص
shoesguazema - جـَزمة
soapsabon - صابون
sockssherab - شراب
spoonma3ele2a - مَعلقة
tableterebiza - تربيزة
toilettwalit - تواليت
toothbrushforesha senan - فـُرشِة سِنان
toothpastema3guoon asenan - مَعـْجُون اسنان
towelfota - فوطة
umbrellashemesya - شمسية
underwearmelabes dakhelya - ملابس داخلية
wall7ita - حيطة
walletme7feza - محْفظة
windowshebak - شِباك
telephonetelifon - تليفون

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