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Nouns

1. Nouns in Arabic are either masculine or feminine. Generally, if the word ends with "ة/ه" then the word is feminine (with very few exceptions), while all other endings denote masculine nouns. For example,  "مدرسَه" (madrasa) meaning "school" is feminine whereas "كِتاب" (kitaab) meaning "book" is masculine. However, some exceptions occur such as "شَمِس" (shamis) meaning "sun". Additionally, some words are either masculine or feminine because of their meaning. For example, the word "بِنت" (bitt) is feminine because it means girl. Be sure to look closely at the gender of each noun on the site.

 

2. Nouns in Arabic can be definite or indefinite. The definite article "الـ" (al-) is used to make a noun definite. For example, "الكتاب" (al-kitaab) means "the book," while "كتاب" (kitaab) means "a book" or "book" in a general sense. Learn more about the definite article here.

 

3. Nouns can be either singular, plural, or collective. The plurals of nouns do not follow a completely predictable pattern and thus must be memorized. Collective nouns are plural in meaning, referring to a group of similar items, but grammatically are treated as singular nouns. An example is "شَجَر" (shajar) which refers to trees in general. "شَجَرَه" (shajara) refers to a single tree, while "شَجَرات" (shajaraat) refers to multiple trees. Some nouns are uncountable and therefore do not have plurals. Uncountable nouns are always definite such as "ضَباب" (Dabaab) which means "fog".

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