In person, Khoury is genial and a fine conversationalist, speaking English gilded with a pronounced Arabic accent.
The designer must speak directly to the customer and more often than not her first language is Arabic or Chinese.
On it a young beardless man speaks Chechen and Arabic with a soft accent.
And then he starts yelling at me in Arabic, using all the buzzwords.
They could note I had posted several YouTube videos of the Quran being recited in Arabic, after the devastating loss of my father.
Parr explained that this stranger was prepared to give lessons in Arabic.
But according to the Arabic proverb, the jar oozes of its 229 contents.
Straightway the fellow in the bow opened conversation, trying several tongues, till finally he essayed the Arabic.
It was the first time he called her by her first name––an Arabic name which, as a Bahaist she had adopted.
The three books on Mechanics survive in an Arabic translation which, however, bears a title “On the lifting of heavy objects.”
early 14c., from Old French Arabique (13c.), from Latin Arabicus "Arabic" (see Arab). Old English used Arabisc "Arabish." Originally in reference to gum arabic; noun meaning "Arabic language" is from late 14c.
Arabic numerals (actually Indian) first attested 1727; they were introduced in Europe by Gerbert of Aurillac (later Pope Sylvester II) after a visit to Islamic Spain in 967-970. A prominent man of science, he taught in the diocesan school at Reims, but the numbers made little headway against conservative opposition in the Church until after the Crusades. The earliest depiction of them in English, in "The Crafte of Nombrynge" (c.1350) correctly identifies them as "teen figurys of Inde."