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15:22 May 12, 2001
English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Emily Rae Haddad
it is my name
emily
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Summary of answers provided
naإمِلي رَي حَدّاد or إميلي راي حَدّادFuad Yahya


  

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4 hrs
إمِلي رَي حَدّاد or إميلي راي حَدّاد


Explanation:
Emily,

Your first and middle names contain vowel sounds that are difficult, if not impossible, to represent in Arabic. There are no letters or diacritical signs that precisely capture the sound E in “Emily” or the diphthong AY in “Ray,” so representing these sounds is an approximation at best.

For “Emily,” I would suggest إمِلي, but I thought that you should know that the famous writer Emily Nasrallah spells her name إميلي.

For “Rae,” my first suggestion is رَي

My second suggestion is راي

I am assuming that “Rae” is pronounced like “ray.”

“Haddad,” of course, is straightforward.


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Fuad Yahya
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