Al-Mudahakha (Kuwaiti Name)

Arabic translation: المضاحكة

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English term or phrase:Al-Mudahakha
Arabic translation:المضاحكة
Entered by: Saleh Dardeer

04:34 Jan 12, 2014
English to Arabic translations [PRO]
Social Sciences - Names (personal, company)
English term or phrase: Al-Mudahakha (Kuwaiti Name)
It is the last name of a Kuwaiti lady.
Zahraa Omar
Local time: 04:02
المضاحكة
Explanation:
This is a family name that has some branches in Arabian Gulf

المضاحكه

هم من آل حمرا من قبيلة بني هاجر .. و هم عوائل تفرقت في اقطار الخليج العربي خاصة في المنطقة الشرقية من المملكة العربية السعودية وفي مملكة البحرين في البسيتين، و في دولة قطر بمنطقة ام قرن شمال العاصمه الدوحه، و في دولة الكويت. المضاحكه، كما اشرنا من عشيرة الحمراء من قبيلة بني هاجر و اميرها السيد عبدالله بن بعيث الحمراني الهاجري اطال الله عمره و المقيم بهجرة عين دار في المنطقة الشرقية من المملكة العربية السعودية قرب بقيق.
http://almudhahka.com/


https://www.google.com/search?q=المضاحكة الكويت&oq=المضاحكة ...

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Note added at 42 mins (2014-01-12 05:16:25 GMT)
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Yes, I think so. Regardless of variant ways of typing it, I personally believe that المضاحكة is the right way to put it because this is compliant with Arabic grammar whenever we want to ascribe people to a certain tribe or household, the name ends with ة.

Furthermore, search hits for المضاحكة is higher than المضاحكه. Also, misspelling of ـة by typing it ـه is common on the internet

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Note added at 42 mins (2014-01-12 05:17:15 GMT)
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Oh, I was replying while you post your second note. :)

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Note added at 47 mins (2014-01-12 05:21:35 GMT)
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Also, the Gulfian accent of pronouncing ends of such names- that tends to give it a sound similar to alif maqsoora or haa- may be reflected on typing them by some people
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al-mudahakha (kuwaiti name)
المضاحكة


Explanation:
This is a family name that has some branches in Arabian Gulf

المضاحكه

هم من آل حمرا من قبيلة بني هاجر .. و هم عوائل تفرقت في اقطار الخليج العربي خاصة في المنطقة الشرقية من المملكة العربية السعودية وفي مملكة البحرين في البسيتين، و في دولة قطر بمنطقة ام قرن شمال العاصمه الدوحه، و في دولة الكويت. المضاحكه، كما اشرنا من عشيرة الحمراء من قبيلة بني هاجر و اميرها السيد عبدالله بن بعيث الحمراني الهاجري اطال الله عمره و المقيم بهجرة عين دار في المنطقة الشرقية من المملكة العربية السعودية قرب بقيق.
http://almudhahka.com/


https://www.google.com/search?q=المضاحكة الكويت&oq=المضاحكة ...

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Note added at 42 mins (2014-01-12 05:16:25 GMT)
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Yes, I think so. Regardless of variant ways of typing it, I personally believe that المضاحكة is the right way to put it because this is compliant with Arabic grammar whenever we want to ascribe people to a certain tribe or household, the name ends with ة.

Furthermore, search hits for المضاحكة is higher than المضاحكه. Also, misspelling of ـة by typing it ـه is common on the internet

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Note added at 42 mins (2014-01-12 05:17:15 GMT)
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Oh, I was replying while you post your second note. :)

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Note added at 47 mins (2014-01-12 05:21:35 GMT)
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Also, the Gulfian accent of pronouncing ends of such names- that tends to give it a sound similar to alif maqsoora or haa- may be reflected on typing them by some people



    Reference: http://almudhahka.com/
Saleh Dardeer
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Asker: Thank you very much for your help. The answer sounds convincing, but there is a difference in the spelling. Do you think both spellings are of the same name?

Asker: Thank you Saleh, please ignore my last question; I've searched it and made sure that your answer is correct.

Asker: Yes, Thank you very much again.

Asker: Exactly, that's a very good point too.


Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  TargamaT team
1 hr
  -> Many thanks, Osama!

agree  Houda Nashawi: Yes. المضاحكة بالتاء المربوطة. (I live in Kuwait and I'm personally familiar with the name :))
1 hr
  -> Many thanks for your confirmation, Houda!

agree  ABUL A'LA P MALIKAYIL: Me too live in Kuwait. I guarantee you that the answer is 100% correct!
3 hrs
  -> Thanks a million for your further confirmation, Abul A'la!

agree  Abdallah Ali: Well-done!
9 hrs
  -> Appreciated, Abdallah :)

agree  Ahmed Ahmed
10 hrs
  -> Thanks a bunch, Ahmed!
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