Emotions and feelings in arabic

Levantine Arabic Vocabulary: emotions and feelings

Learn basic Emotions and Feelings Vocabulary in Levantine Arabic. Learn how to say: hungry, thirsty, confused, depressed and many more in Levantine Arabic.

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Emotion, feeling in Levantine Arabic

عَاطِفَة [3aaTifa] / plural: عَواطِف [3awaaTif] – emotion, feeling

إحْساس [iHsaas] – other word for feelings

حَسَّاْس [Hassaas] – sensitive

Emotions and feelings in arabic

Basic emotions and feelings in Levantine Arabic

EnglishArabicTransliteration
AnnoyedمِتْضايِقmitDaayiq
Angryمْعَصّبm3aSSib
Ashamedخَجْلانkhajlaan
Boredزَهْقانzahqaan
Calmهاديhaadi
Certainمِتْأكّدmitakkid
Cold (feeling)بَرْدانbardaan
Confidentواثِقwaathiq
ConfusedمِحْتارmiHtaar
Depressedمُكْتَئِبmukta’ib
Desperate /hopelessيائِسyaa’is
ExcitedمِتْحَمّسmitHammis
Exhaustedمُرْهَقmurhaq
Guiltyمُذْنِبmudhnib
HappyمَبْسوطmabsooT
Sadزَعْلانza3laan
Hot (feeling)
حَرّانHarraan
Hungryجُعانjo3aan
In a hurry
مِسْتَعْجِلmista3jil
Jealousغَيور / غَيْرَان
ghayoor / ghayraan
Lonelyوَحيدwaheed
Proudفَخورfakhoor
SatisfiedراضيraaDi
Scaredخايِفkhaayif
Terrifiedمَرْعوبmar3oob
Thirstyعَطْشان3aTshaan
Tiredتَعْبانta3baan
ShockedمَصْدومmaSduum
RelaxedمِرْتاحmirtaaH
Emotions & feelings in Levantine Arabic

To describe feelings and emotions you just need to add a pronoun before the word.

For example:

  • I’m hungry – أنا جُعان [ana jo3aan]
  • He is tired – هو تَعْبان [huwe ta3baan]
  • She is sad – هي زَعْلانة [hiye za3laaneh]

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