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|Arabic to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Arabic term or phrase: hayati|
|it's something related to life|
|My life, my love|
It depends on who say it to whom. If it was in a love context it would be MY LOVE, but if it was in another context it would be MY LIFE.
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hayat-i, a combination of the noun hayat and the personal pronoun suffix -i, means my life.