احنا

(Redirected from إحنا)
See also: أحنأ

Egyptian Arabic

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Etymology

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From Arabic نَحْنُ (naḥnu).

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احنا (iḥna)

  1. we (subject pronoun)

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Gulf Arabic

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Alternative forms

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  • (Kuwait) IPA(key): /ˈəħ.nə/

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احنا (aḥna or iḥna)

  1. we (subject pronoun)

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Gulf Arabic personal pronouns
Singular Plural
1st person آنا (āna) احنا (aḥna, iḥna) / نحن (niḥin)
2nd person m انت (inta, int) انتو (intaw, intu)
f انتي (intay, inti)
3rd person m اهوه (uhwa) / اهو (uhu) اهمه (uhma) / اهم (uhum)
f اهيه (ihya) / اهي (ihi)

Hijazi Arabic

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Etymology

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From Arabic نَحْنُ (naḥnu), compare Classical Syriac ܐܢܚܢܢ (ʾənaḥnan).

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اِحْنَا (iḥnapl

  1. we (subject pronoun)
    Synonym: نِحْنَ (niḥna)

Iraqi Arabic

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Etymology

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From Arabic نَحْنُ (naḥnu).

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اِحْنَا (iḥna)

  1. we (first-person plural pronoun)

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Iraqi Arabic personal pronouns
Singular Plural
1st person آني (ʾāni) إحنا (ʾiḥna)
2nd person m إنت (ʾinta) إنتو (ʾintu)
f إنتي (ʾinti) إنتو (ʾintu) / إنتن (ʾintan) [1]
3rd person m هو (huwwa) همه (humma)
f هي (hiyya) همه (humma) / هنه (hinna)[1]

South Levantine Arabic

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Etymology

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From Arabic نَحْنُ (naḥnu), cognate with North Levantine Arabic نحنا (niḥna).

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  • IPA(key): /ʔiħ.na/, [ˈʔɪħ.na]
  • Audio (Jerusalem):(file)

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إحنا (ʔiḥnapl (enclitic form ـنا (-na))

  1. we (first-person plural subject pronoun)

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South Levantine Arabic personal pronouns
Singular Plural
1st person أنا (ʔana) احنا (ʔiḥna)
2nd person m انت (ʔinta) انتو (ʔintu)
f انتي (ʔinti)
3rd person m هو (huwwe) هم (homme)
f هي (hiyye)

Tunisian Arabic

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احنا (ʾaḥnā)

  1. we (subject pronoun)
  1. 1.0 1.1 Many speakers do not distinguish between masculine and feminine forms in the second and the third person plural, replacing إنتن (ʾintan) with إنتو (ʾintu) and هنه (hinna) with همه (humma).