Arabic


Arabic
ISO 639-3 Code : ara
ISO 639-2/B Code : ara
ISO 639-2/T Code : ara
ISO 639-1 Code : ar
Scope : Macrolanguage
Language Type : Living
Individual languages : Identifier : abh - Name: Tajiki Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : abv - Name: Baharna Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : acm - Name: Mesopotamian Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : acq - Name: Ta'izzi-Adeni Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : acw - Name: Hijazi Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : acx - Name: Omani Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : acy - Name: Cypriot Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : adf - Name: Dhofari Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : aeb - Name: Tunisian Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : aec - Name: Saidi Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : afb - Name: Gulf Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : ajp - Name: South Levantine Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : apc - Name: North Levantine Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : apd - Name: Sudanese Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : arb - Name: Standard Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : arq - Name: Algerian Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : ars - Name: Najdi Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : ary - Name: Moroccan Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : arz - Name: Egyptian Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : auz - Name: Uzbeki Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : avl - Name: Eastern Egyptian Bedawi Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : ayh - Name: Hadrami Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : ayl - Name: Libyan Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : ayn - Name: Sanaani Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : ayp - Name: North Mesopotamian Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : bbz - Name: Babalia Creole Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : pga - Name: Sudanese Creole Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : shu - Name: Chadian Arabic
Individual languages : Identifier : ssh - Name: Shihhi Arabic

Names of Languages ISO 639-3 . 2013.

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  • Arabic — (adj.) early 14c., from O.Fr. Arabique (13c.), from L. Arabicus Arabic (see ARAB (Cf. Arab)). Old English used Arabisc Arabish. Originally in reference to gum arabic; noun meaning Arabic language is from late 14c. Arabic numerals (actually… …   Etymology dictionary

  • arabic — ARÁBIC, Ă, arabici, ce, adj. 1. Arab. 2. (În sintagma) Gumă arabică = substanţă vâscoasă obţinută din lichidul secretat de unele specii de salcâm (sau pe cale sintetică) şi folosită ca material de lipit pentru hârtie. – Din fr. arabique. Trimis… …   Dicționar Român

  • Arabic — Ar a*bic, a. [L. Arabicus, fr. Arabia.] Of or pertaining to Arabia or the Arabians. [1913 Webster] {Arabic numerals} or {figures}, the nine digits, 1, 2, 3, etc., and the cipher 0. {Gum arabic}. See under {Gum}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Arabic — Ar a*bic, n. The language of the Arabians. [1913 Webster] Note: The Arabic is a Semitic language, allied to the Hebrew. It is very widely diffused, being the language in which all Moslems must read the Koran, and is spoken as a vernacular tongue… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Arabic — ► NOUN ▪ the Semitic language of the Arabs, written from right to left in a cursive script. ► ADJECTIVE ▪ relating to the Arabs or Arabic …   English terms dictionary

  • Arabic — [ar′ə bik, er′ə bik] adj. 1. of Arabia 2. of the Arabs or their language or culture 3. [a ] designating an acid, C5H10O6, found in gum arabic n. the Semitic language of the Arabs, spoken in Arabia, Syria, Jordan, Iraq, N Africa, etc. in various… …   English World dictionary

  • arabic — numbers (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc., as distinct from roman numbers I, II, III, IV, V, etc.) …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • Arabic — Arab, *Arabian …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Arabic — /ar euh bik/, adj. 1. of, belonging to, or derived from the language or literature of the Arabs. 2. noting, pertaining to, or in the alphabetical script used for the writing of Arabic probably since about the fourth century A.D., and adopted with …   Universalium

  • Arabic — [[t]æ̱rəbɪk[/t]] 1) N UNCOUNT Arabic is a language that is spoken in the Middle East and in parts of North Africa. 2) ADJ Something that is Arabic belongs or relates to the language, writing, or culture of the Arabs. ...a large tapestry with… …   English dictionary