See also: ڢلوس

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فُلُوس (fulūspl

  1. plural of فِلْس (fils)

Egyptian Arabic

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From Arabic فُلُوس (fulūs).

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فلوس (filūs)

  1. money
    معنديش عربيّة علشان مفيش فلوس كفاية
    maʕindīš ʕarabiyya ʕalašān mafīš filūs kifāya
    I don't have a car because there's not enough money .

Gulf Arabic

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From Arabic فُلُوس (fulūs).

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فْلوس (flūs)

  1. (plural only) money
  2. plural of فِلْس (fils, a unit of currency equivalent to 1/1000th of a Kuwaiti and Bahraini Dinar)

Hijazi Arabic

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From Arabic فُلُوس (fulūs).

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  • IPA(key): /fu.luːs/, /fi.luːs/

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فلوس (fulūs, filūspl

  1. money

Moroccan Arabic

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Etymology 1

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From Arabic فُلُوس (fulūs).

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  • IPA(key): /fluːs/
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فلوس (flūsm pl

  1. money
    ما عندي فلوسmā ʕandi flūsI have no money
    رجع الفلوس للراجلrajjaʕ le-flūs l-er-rājilGive the guy his money back.
    فلوس الخلصة صرفتها قبل ما يسالي الشهر.
    flūs el-ḵulṣa ṣrafthum qbal mā ysāli š-šhar.
    I spent all my salary before the end of the month.
  2. plural of فلس (fals, dime)
Descendants
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  • Dutch: floes
  • Swedish: flos

Etymology 2

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From Maghrebi Arabic, from a Berber language, from Latin pullus. Compare Libyan Arabic فِلُّوس (fillūs), Maltese fellus.

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فلوس (fallūsm (plural فلالس (flālis))

  1. chick, young chicken
    شريت جوج فلالس ملونين لولادي.
    šrīt jūj flālis mlawwnīn le-wlādi.
    I bought two coloured chicks for my kids.
  2. (Chiefly in the north) rooster

South Levantine Arabic

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Root
ف ل س
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Etymology

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From Arabic فُلُوس (fulūs).

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Noun

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فلوس (flūspl

  1. plural of فلس (fils, a small coin)
  2. money
    Synonym: مصاري (maṣāri)

Tunisian Arabic

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Etymology 1

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From Arabic فُلُوس (fulūs).

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فلوس (flūsm pl

  1. money

Etymology 2

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From Maghrebi Arabic, from a Berber language, from Latin pullus. Compare Moroccan Arabic فلوس (fallūs), Libyan Arabic فِلُّوس (fillūs), Maltese fellus.

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فلوس (fallūsm (plural فلالس (flālis))

  1. chick, young chicken