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ترجمة أسماء الشهور إلى الشهور الشمسية
Thread poster: Mariam Osmann

Mariam Osmann
Egypt
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Jul 7, 2006

متى نترجم "April" على أنه أبريل ومتى نترجمه على أنه نيسان؟
و هل هذا متعلق بالبلدة؟ أم في جميع الأحوال يكتب الاثنين بينهما /


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AhmedAMS  Identity Verified
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Both Jul 17, 2006

To be on the safe side, it is better to write أبريل followed by (نيسان).

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Hikmat Faraj  Identity Verified
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It depends on your audience Jul 18, 2006

If your audience includes Arab countries east of the Mediterranean, you are better off sticking to the نيسان.

If you are addressing Egypt, Sudan, and North Africa, you are better off going with أبريل.

Actually there is a different set of names for the Moroccan calendar.

For a full set of names of the months, let me direct you to the following link: http://library.princeton.edu/departments/tsd/acm/appendix/months.html

Hikmat


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