Princess

Arabic translation: Ameera

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21:37 Sep 19, 2000
English to Arabic translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: Princess
I need to find a way to say princess other then the english form "princess" please help!!
Tenea
Arabic translation:Ameera
Explanation:
That is what pricess means (أميرة).
Ahmad
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Summary of answers provided
naYacine is off
Ghassan Ghosn
naI thought about my answer again.
Mona Helal
nahabibat qalbi
yacine
naAmeera(tun)
Ghassan Ghosn
naAmeerah <-> أميرة / Al-Ameerah <-> الأميرة/ Somou Al-Ameerah <-> سمو الأميرة
Mona Helal
naPrincess : ameerah: أميرة
Raghad
naAmeera
ahmadov


  

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7 mins
Ameera


Explanation:
That is what pricess means (أميرة).
Ahmad

ahmadov
Local time: 03:57
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic
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2 hrs
Ameerah <-> أميرة / Al-Ameerah <-> الأميرة/ Somou Al-Ameerah <-> سمو الأميرة


Explanation:
I agree with my colleague who suggested the answer above.
You can also say سمو الأميرة <-> "Somou Al-Ameerah" meaning: her royal highness the princess.
Hope this helps.

Mona Helal
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4 hrs
Princess : ameerah: أميرة


Explanation:
The last letter (h : ة) may be pronounced like (ah - aa) or like (t). In the first case we don’t change the pronunciation, but in the second case we must make some changes. we say:
Ameeraton, ameeratan, ameeraten (this depends on the grammatical sequence):
Ameeraton: هي أميرة(he ya ameeraton) (she is a princess)
Ameeratan: رأيت أميرة (ra ayto ameeratan) (I saw a princess)
Ameeraten: رحبت بأميرة (rahabbto be ameeraten) (I welcomed a princess)

The princess: al ameerah الأميرة
Or: al ameerato , alameerata, al ameerati (like tea)

When we want to use a formal term we say:
Somoow (so like sue)al ameerah (something like your highness).
hope this will help.


Raghad
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5 hrs
Ameera(tun)


Explanation:
In classical Arabic, AMEERA ends in 6 different ways, depending on its 'place': tun, tan, tin, tu, ta, ti.

The word 'ameera' may be used in various forms: Ameeratu aHlaami (the Princess of my dreams), Ameeratun fi karamiha (a princess in her generosity), etc.

Ghassan Ghosn
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17 hrs
habibat qalbi


Explanation:
The two words mean the "one my heart loves" or in simpler words "my lover"

yacine
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Ghassan Ghosn
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3 days 8 hrs
Yacine is off


Explanation:
The previous answer (yacine) is TOTALLY off. It's a major problem if we, the so-called 'professional' (or TOP professional) translators, translate this way.

Ghassan E. Ghosn

Ghassan Ghosn
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4 days
I thought about my answer again.


Explanation:
Come to think of it I think maybe Yacine is on the right track. After all the asker says: "I need to find a way to say princess other than the english form "princess"".
What I am suggesting this time is maybe:
ست الكل "Sitt El-Koll" meaning "the lady of them all" or "the best of all ladies".
Is this what you're looking for Tenea?
Mona

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