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Arabic translation: حب، محبة، مودّة

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English term or phrase:love
Arabic translation:حب، محبة، مودّة
Entered by: Sami Khamou
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02:43 Jan 13, 2003
English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: love
As a noun, the idea of love.
Christina Petersen
حب، محبة، مودّة
Explanation:
حب = hub
محبة= mahabba
مودّة= mawadda
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Sami Khamou
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Summary of answers provided
4 +8حب، محبة، مودّة
Sami Khamou
5, جوى ,صبابة,هيام ,عشق, هوى
Bilal


  

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حب، محبة، مودّة


Explanation:
حب = hub
محبة= mahabba
مودّة= mawadda

Sami Khamou
Local time: 19:09
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, جوى ,صبابة,هيام ,عشق, هوى


Explanation:
صبابة:Sababatun
حوى:Jawa
هيام:Hoyaamoun
عشق:Ishkoun
هوى:Hawa

These are more peotic ways used by Our Glorious Arab Peot in the Era before Islam in the Arabic Penisula. Some of them were called The Poet of AlMuaalkati.e they used to hang theri poems in Public places such as Markets or Souks for everyone to read

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Note added at 2003-01-13 12:03:16 (GMT)
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Aplogies for some typing lapses in the above explanation

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