The 28 Letters Of Arabic Alphabet

The Arabic alphabet الْأَبْجَدِيَّة الْعَرَبِيَّة, Al-abjadīyah or Arabic abjad, is the Arabic script as it is codified for writing Arabic. Arabic is at least 1,500 years old. There are 28 letters in the Arabic Alphabet. The Arabic script evolved from the Nabataean Aramaic script.

The 28 Arabic Alphabet

The Aramaic language has fewer consonants than Arabic. During the 7th century, new Arabic letters were created by adding dots to existing letters in order to avoid conflict.
Arabic is written and read from right to left in a cursive style. There is no distinction between uppercase and lowercase letters. However, shapes of letters usually vary depending on whether they are in an initial, medial, or final position in a word.

There are two main collating sequences for the Arabic alphabet: abjad and hija.
The Arabic alphabet is considered an abjad, meaning it only uses consonants, but it is now considered an “impure abjad”.

As with other impure abjads, such as the Hebrew alphabet. Punctuation marks were not adopted until the twentieth century.
In Arabic short vowels are generally not written. Arabic letters change their shape according to their position in a word.

What is letter Hamza (ء‎)? 

Hamza (Arabic: همزة) is a letter in the Arabic alphabet. Hamza is one of the 28 “full” letters. There is only one weak letter in the Arabic Alphabet. The first letter in the Arabic alphabet, Alif, is a weak letter that has two forms, a consonant form and vowel form.

What are the types of written Arabic?  

There are two main types of written Arabic:

  1. Classical Arabic: (CA) is the form of the Arabic language used in literary texts in 7th to 9th centuries. It is the language of the Qur’an, as the Quran was written as early as the 6th century A.D. It differs from Modern Standard Arabic mainly in style and vocabulary.
  2. Modern Standard Arabic: (اللغة العربية الفصحى / Al-Luġatu L-ʿArabiyyatu L-Fuṣḥā) is the Arabic that is used in everyday life in Arabic speaking countries. Modern Standard Arabic is very similar to Classical Arabic. This kind of language is used by Arabic speakers all around the world.

Arabic is a challenging language to learn. If you’re an English speaker, you’ll need to spend more hours studying Arabic than any other language. It does not mean that Arabic is a hard language to learn but it just needs time from you. Modern Standard Arabic is the best form of Arabic for Arabic language learners to start with. It is the most widely spoken form of Arabic.

The Letters of the Arabic Alphabet are sometimes used for Numbering. The Order Followed is Found in the Following Line:

أَبْجَدْ هَوَّزْ حُطِّي كَلَمُنْ سَعْفُصْ قُرشت ثخذ ضظغ

What are the Arabic Alphabet Letters?

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Many letters look similar but they are different. Most letters are distinguished from one another by dots above or below their central part. These dots are a part of a letter since they distinguish between letters that represent different sounds.

For example, the Arabic letters ب (b), ت (t), and ث (th) have the same basic shape but have one dot below, two dots above and three dots above, respectively. The letter ن (n) also has the same form in initial and medial forms, with one dot above, though it is somewhat different in isolated and final forms.

There are two main collating sequences for the Arabic Alphabet: Abjadiyah and Hijaiyah.

Abjadiyah: الحروف الأبجدية  

Abjadiyah is the old way, and it’s called that because it starts with ( … أبجد ( أ، ب، ج، د، ه، و، ز

The letters of the Abjadiyah Alphabet are sometimes used for Numbering.

أَبْجَدْ هَوَّزْ حُطِّي كَلَمُنْ سَعْفُصْ قُرشت ثخذ ضظغ

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Arabic Alphabet for Kids

2- Hijaiyah: الحروف الهجائية   

Hijaiyah is a new way. Modern dictionaries and other reference books use Hijaiyah to sort Alphabetical order:

ي
و
ه
ن
م
ل
ك
ق
ف
غ
ع
ظ
ط
ض
ص
ش
س
ز
ر
ذ
د
خ
ح
ج
ث
ت
ب
ا
y
w
h
n
m
l
k
q
f
gh
ʿ
sh
s
z
r
dh
d
kh
j
th
t
b
ā

Arabic Alphabet:

Each Letter has 4 Forms that look sometimes similar to each other:

  1. When you write the letter in isolated form.
  2. When you write the letter at the beginning of the word “Initial”.
  3. When you write the letter in the middle of a word the “Medial”.
  4. When you write the letter at the end of the word “Final”.

Let’s Learn about ( Letter name, Letter name in Arabic script, Transliteration, Value in Literary Arabic, Closest English equivalent in pronunciation, Contextual forms “Final, Medial, Initial” and Isolated form).

Letter
name
Letter
name in Arabic script
Transliteration
Value in Literary Arabic 
Closest English equivalent in pronunciation
Contextual forms
Isolated form
Final
Medial
Initial
ʾalif
أَلِف
ā
various,
including /aː/, /æ/
car, cat
“Long a”
ـا
ا
bāʾ
بَاء
b
/b/
barn
ـب
ـبـ
بـ
ب
tāʾ
تَاء
t
/t/
Taiwan
ـت
ـتـ
تـ
ت
thāʾ
ثَاء
th
/θ/
think
ـث
ـثـ
ثـ
ث
jīm
جِيم
j
/d͡ʒ/
Jam
ـج
ـجـ
جـ
ج
ḥāʾ
حَاء
ḥħ
/ħ/
no equivalent
ـح
ـحـ
حـ
ح
khāʾ
خَاء
kh
/x/
Scottish loch
ـخ
ـخـ
خـ
خ
dāl
دَال
d
/d/
dear
ـد
د
dhāl
ذَال
dh
(also )
/ð/
that
ـذ
ذ
rāʾ
رَاء
r
/r/
rolled r as in perro
ـر
ر
zāy / zayn
زَاي
z
/z/
zero
ـز
ز
sīn
سِين
s
/s/
sin
ـس
ـسـ
سـ
س
shīn
شِين
sh
/ʃ/
shin
ـش
ـشـ
شـ
ش
ṣād
صَاد
/sˤ/
Emphatic S
sauce “
ـص
ـصـ
صـ
ص
ḍād
ضَاد
/dˤ/
Emphatic D
dawn “
ـض
ـضـ
ضـ
ض
ṭāʾ
طَاء
/tˤ/
Emphatic T
Taiwan“
ـط
ـطـ
طـ
ط
ẓāʾ
ظَاء
/ðˤ/
Emphatic Z
Zebra “
ـظ
ـظـ
ظـ
ظ
ʿayn
عَيْن
ʿ
/ʕ/
no equivalent
ـع
ـعـ
عـ
ع
ghayn
غَيْن
gh
/ɣ/
no equivalent
ـغ
ـغـ
غـ
غ
fāʾ
فَاء
f
/f/
far
ـف
ـفـ
فـ
ف
qāf
قَاف
q
/q/
no equivalent
ـق
ـقـ
قـ
ق
kāf
كَاف
k
/k/
cap
ـك
ـكـ
كـ
ك
lām
لاَم
l
/l/
lamp
ـل
ـلـ
لـ
ل
mīm
مِيم
m
/m/
me
ـم
ـمـ
مـ
م
nūn
نُون
n
/n/
nun
ـن
ـنـ
نـ
ن
hāʾ
هَاء
h
/h/
hat
ـه
ـهـ
هـ
ه
wāw
وَاو
w / ū /
/w/, /uː/
wet, pool
ـو
و
yāʾ
يَاء
y / ī
/j/, /iː/
Yoshi, meet
ـي
ـيـ
يـ
ي

Vowels

An Arabic sentence can have a completely different meaning by a subtle change of the vowels.

There are just six vowels in Arabic. Three short vowels: a, u and i. And three long vowels: aa, ii and uu.

Arabic Short Vowels for Kids
Arabic Short Vowels for Kids

Short Vowels

When a Letter is followed by a short vowel which is also called Haraka (حَرَكَة) in Arabic, which means a “movement”. The short vowels are Fatha, Damma, and Kasra.

Fatha __َ فتحة

ِWe put the fatha on the top of the letter. It is a short vowel sound for “a”,  as in “بَ” pronounced (ba).

Damma __ُ ضمة

We put the damma on the top of the consonant letter. It is a short vowel sound for “u”. It is represented like a wāw (و) in Arabic letters, as in “بُ” pronounced (bu) or (bo).

Kasra __ِ كسرة

We put Kasra under the consonant letter. It is a short vowel sound for “i”, as in “بِ” pronounced (bi).

Sukun __ْ سكون

We put the Sukun on the top of the consonant letter. It is represented like a circle ْ . When the consonant is not followed by any vowel, it is called a “still letter” حَرْفٌ سَاْكِن, as in “بْ” pronounced (b). The symbol of “stillness” is called Sukūn.

Shadda __ّ شدا

We put the Shadda on the top of the consonant letter. The consonant is written only once, but it is pronounced twice. The Shadda is represented by a small “w” shape. As in “بْ” pronounced (bb).

The Double Vowel-Marks

The double vowel-marks signs are an extension of the single vowel marks. The double vowel signs add the ‘-n‘ sound to the single vowel. The “bā” has been used to enable us to see the position of the double vowel sign which is called “tanwīn”.

Double Fatha: __ً

We put double Fatha on the top of the consonant letter. It will give the sound “ an “ to the consonant.

For example: The English word with a similar sound ‘an’ in ran.

Double Damma: __ٌ

We put double damma on the top of the consonant letter. It will give the sound “un” or “on” to the consonant.

For example: The English word with a similar sound ‘un’ in sun or ‘on’ in carbon.

Double Kasra: __ٍ

We put double kasra under the consonant letter. It will give the sound “ in “ to the consonant.

For example: The English word with a similar sound ‘in’ in sin.

Long Vowels

Arabic Vowels for Kids
Arabic Vowels for Kids

Long vowels lengthen the sounds of short vowels. They produce sounds of double a (aa), double i (ii), and double-u, o (uu) (oo). The three long vowel sounds in Arabic are represented by the following three letters:

  1. Alif حرف الألف 
  2. Waaw – حرف الواو
  3. Ya’ – حرف الياء

Sounds of long vowels seem similar to short vowels, but they are stretched longer than short vowels.

We know the short vowels Fatha ـَ, Kasra ـِ, and Damma ـُ. Long vowels came in combination with short vowels. Long vowels have no harakat. Let’s see:

1- Alif حرف الألف  ALIF AL-MADD

ALIF AL-MADD is the long vowel lengthening the sound of the Fatha from ‘a’ into ‘aa’. The long vowel ا always comes in combination with the short vowel Fatha _َ. That means the letter before the long vowel ا must have the short vowel Fatha   on it.

For example مَا – “ What ”.

2- Waaw – حرف الواو WAAW AL-MADD

WAAW AL-MADD is the long vowel lengthening the sound of the Damma from ‘u’ into ‘uu’.

The long vowel و always comes in combination with the short vowel damma ـُ. That means the letter before the long vowel و must have the short vowel damma ـُ on it.

For example: تُوت “ blueberry ”

3- Ya’ – حرف الياء YAA’ AL-MADD

YAA’ AL-MADD is the long vowel lengthening the sound of the kasra from ‘i’ into ‘ii’. The long vowel ي always comes in combination with the short vowel kasra ـِ , which means the letter before the long vowel ي must contain the short vowel Kasra  ـِ below it.

For example أبِي “ my dad ”.

Alif 

  • There are two types of Alif: the “hamza” and “Alif madd”. 
  • In Arabic grammar, the “hamza” is the first letter of the alphabet, while “Alif madd” is the long vowel “ ا ”.
  • Alif is the first letter in the Arabic alphabet. It has many usages, shapes, and forms. 
  • Alif is like the shape of a stick or number one 1.
  • Alif can be presented as: Initial ا, Medial ـا, Final ـا .
  • Alif is one of the three letters  Alif  ا, Wow و, Ya ي  which might be either a consonant or a vowel letter. If Alif comes with Hamza ( ء ) on the top أ or below إ, it is considered as a consonant letter. And if Alif comes without Hamza, it is considered as a vowel letter.
  •  Alif is a vowel and hamza is a consonant. 
  • Vowels in Arabic would be the Fatha (a), Damma (u), and Kasra (i).

Consonant Alif always comes at the beginning of a word. But Alif with a Hamza might be seen at the middle or the end of the word so that it is not recognized as an Alif in Arabic, and it is just called Hamza.

The right sound depends on the position of the Hamza (on top – below) or the small marks written (above – below) the letters which are called Diacritics ”Tashkeel”.

Alif with a Fatha: أَ

We put the fatha on the top of the Hamza ءَ. It sounds like A in Apple.

Alif with a Kasra: إِ 

 We put the Kasra under the Hamza ءِ. It sounds like E in Exercise.

Alif with a Damma:  أُ 

 We put the Damma on the top of the Hamza ءُ. It sounds like O in Opera.

Vowel Alif usually comes in the middle or at the end of a word. It always comes with Sukoon and the letter before it always comes with a Fatha:

Medial Vowel Alif: ( ا ) ( ـا )

It depends on whether the letter before it is connectable or not. It sounds like “a” on Sat.

Final Vowel Alif : ( ا ) ( ى ) ( ـا ) ( ـى )

It depends on whether the letter before it is connectable or not. It sounds like “a” in Cinema. The final vowel Alif might come in a strange form like ( ى ) ( ـى ). This is called Alif Maqsoura or Alif Layyennah.

Initial Vowel Alif: ( آ )

It is the initial Alif with a special mark called Madd mark ( ~ ), it is like the Hamza on the top of Alif. It’s pronounced as two long vowel Alifs in a row.

Kinds of “Hamza”

There are two Kinds of Hamza, Hamzat Aq-qat and Hamzat Al-Wasl:  

1- Hamzat aq-qat : همزة القطع

  • Written as a hamza over the Alif letter.
  • Always the sound of the hamza is written, heard, and pronounced.

Example:

  • “ father” ab = أب.

2- Hamzat al-wasl: همزة الوصل

  • Written as an ālif without a hamza on it .
  • Always the sound of the hamza is heard and pronounced but not written.

Example:

  • “Door” bab = باب

Position of the “Hamza”

  • The “hamza” comes at the beginning of the word as أ, إ, ا ”.
  • The “hamza” comes in the middle of the word as “ ـأ, ـئـ, ئـ, ـؤ”.
  • The “hamza” comes at the end of the word as “أ, ـأ, ـيء, ـئ, ـؤ, ء”.

Let’s Read some Words Together:

Please read from right to left. Pay careful attention to how letters are joined. Remember letters can have different shapes depending on whether they are in the beginning, middle, or end of a word:

Arabic Word
Translation
Transliteration
أَكَلَ
Ate
‘Akala
أَب
Father
Ab
بَقَرة
Cow
Baqara
تُفاح
Apple
Tufah
ثِمار
Fruits
Thimar
جَرَس
Bell
Jaras
حَبل
Robe
Habl
خِيار
Cucumber
Khiyar
دَم
Blood
Dam
ذَهَب
Gold
Zahab
رَمل
Sand
Raml
زَمَن
Time
Zaman
سَلام
Peace
Salam
شُكرا
Thanks
Shukran
صُندوق
Box
Sundook
ضِد
Versus
Dَhid
طَلَب
Request
Tَalab
ظَلام
Darkness
Dَ alam
عَسَل
Honey
Aَ sal
غُبار
Dust
Ghubar
فَتح
Unseal
Fath
قَمَر
Moon
Qamar
كَلِمة
Word
Kalima
لَبَن
Milk
Laban
مَلِك
King
Malik
نَسر
Eagle
Nasr
هَرَم
Pyramid
Haram
تقوى
Piety
Taqwa
وِلادة
Birth
Wilada
يَمين
Right
Yameen

Most Arabic Letters have their Equivalent in the English Alphabet such as:

Y = ى

W = و

N = ن

L = ل

K = ك

F = ف

Some Arabic Letters are so difficult to find their equivalent in the English Alphabet such as:

ع – غ – خ

  • We may write ʿ as “ع”.
  • We may write “gh” as “غ”.
  • We may write “kh” as “خ”.

Tips for learning Arabic

After we have covered the Arabic Alphabet, let’s know some tips for learning:

1- Arabic Reading Practice:

In Arabic, more experienced readers do not require the “harakat” or “diacritical” marks to read the word, by practising it they can read well. So the more you practice the more you will be experienced:

  • Make Arabic reading a daily habit.
  • Try to practice reading more words every day.
  • Always remember that the more you practice, the better your Arabic will be.

2-   Arabic Handwriting Practice:

After you have practised reading words and learning phrases and grammar. It is very important to learn how to write Arabic while you are learning the language.

If you want to learn to write Arabic Alphabet, you should practice handwriting well:

  • Write the isolated, initial, medial and final form variations.
  • Start by tracing the letters, it helps you to quickly memorize letters and to be able to write them with punctuation.

Writing Arabic naturally forces you to become familiar with the shapes of the letters. And that will improve your ability to understand the Arabic alphabet much quicker.

Numbers in the Arabic Alphabet

Numbers are probably one of the easiest words to incorporate into your day. We can’t live without counting. Let’s learn them together:

Number
Number in Arabic Alphabet
Transliteration
١
وَاحِد
Wahid
٢
اِثْنَان
Ithnan
٣
ثَلَاثَة
Thalaathah
٤
أَرْبَعَة
Arbaʿa
٥
خَمْسَة
Khamsa
٦
سِتَّة
Sitta
٧
سَبْعَة
Sabʿa
٨
ثَمَانِيَة
Thamaniya
٩
تِسْعَة
Tisʿa
١٠
عَشَرَة
Ashar
١١
أَحَدَ عَشَرَ
Ahada Ashar
١٢
اِثْنَا عَشَرَ
Ithna Ashar
١٣
ثَلَاثَةَ عَشَرَ
Thalatha Ashar
١٤
أَرْبَعَةَ عَشَرَ
Arbaʿa Ashar
١٥
خَمْسَةَ عَشَرَ
Khamsa Ashar
١٦
سِتَّةَ عَشَرَ
Sitta Ashar
١٧
سَبْعَةَ عَشَرَ
Sabʿa Ashar
١٨
ثَمَانِيَةَ عَشَرَ
Thamaniya Ashar
١٩
تِسْعَةَ عَشَرَ
Tisʿa Ashar
٢٠
عِشْرُونَ
Ashrun
٢١
وَاحِد و عِشْرُونَ
Wahid wa Ishrun
٢٢
اِثْنَان و عِشْرُونَ
Ithnan wa Ishrun
٢٣
ثَلَاثَة و عِشْرُونَ
Thalathah wa Ishrun
٢٤
أَرْبَعَة و عِشْرُونَ
Arbaʿa wa Ishrun
٢٥
خَمْسَة و عِشْرُونَ
Khamsa wa Ishrun
٢٦
سِتَّة و عِشْرُونَ
Sitta wa Ishrun
٢٧
سَبْعَة و عِشْرُونَ
Sabʿa wa Ishrun
٢٨
ثَمَانِيَة و عِشْرُونَ
Thamaniya wa Ishrun
٢٩
تِسْعَة و عِشْرُونَ
Tisʿa wa Ishrun
٣٠
ثَلَاثُونَ
Thalathun
٣١
وَاحِد و ثَلَاثُونَ
Wahid wa Thalathun
٣٢
اِثْنَان و ثَلَاثُونَ
Thnan wa Thalathun
٣٣
ثَلَاثَة و ثَلَاثُونَ
Thalaathah wa Thalathun
٣٤
أَرْبَعَة و ثَلَاثُونَ
Arbaʿa wa Thalathun
٣٥
خَمْسَة و ثَلَاثُونَ
Khamsa wa Thalathun
٣٦
سِتَّة و ثَلَاثُونَ
Sitta wa Thalathun
٣٧
سَبْعَة و ثَلَاثُونَ
Sabʿa wa Thalathun
٣٨
ثَمَانِيَة و ثَلَاثُونَ
Thamaniya wa Thalathun
٣٩
تِسْعَة و ثَلَاثُونَ
Tisʿa wa Thalathun
٤٠
أَرْبَعُونَ
Arbaʿun
٤١
وَاحِد و أَرْبَعُونَ
Wahid wa Arbaʿun
٤٢
اِثْنَان و أَرْبَعُونَ
Ithnan wa Arbaʿun
٤٣
ثَلَاثَة و أَرْبَعُونَ
Thalaathah wa Arbaʿun
٤٤
أَرْبَعَة و أَرْبَعُونَ
Arbaʿa wa Arbaʿun
٤٥
خَمْسَة و أَرْبَعُونَ
Khamsa wa Arbaʿun
٤٦
سِتَّة و أَرْبَعُونَ
Sitta wa Arbaʿun
٤٧
سَبْعَة و أَرْبَعُونَ
Sabʿa wa Arbaʿun
٤٨
ثَمَانِيَة و أَرْبَعُونَ
Thamaniya wa Arbaʿun
٤٩
تِسْعَة و أَرْبَعُونَ
Tisʿa wa Arbaʿun
٥٠
خَمْسُونَ
Khamsun
٥١
وَاحِد و خَمْسُونَ
Wahid wa Khamsun
٥٢
اِثْنَان و خَمْسُونَ
Ithnan wa Khamsun
٥٣
ثَلَاثَة و خَمْسُونَ
Thalathah wa Khamsun
٥٤
أَرْبَعَة و خَمْسُونَ
Arbaʿa wa Khamsun
٥٥
خَمْسَة و خَمْسُونَ
Khamsa wa Khamsun
٥٦
سِتَّة و خَمْسُونَ
Sitta wa Khamsun
٥٧
سَبْعَة و خَمْسُونَ
Sabʿa wa Khamsun
٥٨
ثَمَانِيَة و خَمْسُونَ
Thamaniya wa Khamsun
٥٩
تِسْعَة و خَمْسُونَ
tisʿa wa Khamsun
٦٠
سِتُّونَ
Sittun
٦١
وَاحِد و سِتُّونَ
Wahid wa Sittun
٦٢
اِثْنَان و سِتُّونَ
Ithnan wa Sittun
٦٣
ثَلَاثَة و سِتُّونَ
Thalaathah wa Sittun
٦٤
أَرْبَعَة و سِتُّونَ
Arbaʿa wa Sittun
٦٥
خَمْسَة و سِتُّونَ
Khamsa wa Sittun
٦٦
سِتَّة و سِتُّونَ
Sitta wa Sittun
٦٧
سَبْعَة و سِتُّونَ
Sabʿa wa Sittun
٦٨
ثَمَانِيَة و سِتُّونَ
Thamaniya wa Sittun
٦٩
تِسْعَة و سِتُّونَ
tisʿa wa sittun
٧٠
سَبْعُونَ
Sab’un
٧١
وَاحِد و سَبْعُونَ
Wahid wa Sabun
٧٢
اِثْنَان و سَبْعُونَ
Ithnan wa Sabun
٧٣
ثَلَاثَة و سَبْعُونَ
Thalaathah wa Sabun
٧٤
أَرْبَعَة و سَبْعُونَ
Arbaʿa wa Sabun
٧٥
خَمْسَة و سَبْعُونَ
Khamsa wa Sabun
٧٦
سِتَّة و سَبْعُونَ
Sitta wa Sabun
٧٧
سَبْعَة و سَبْعُونَ
Sabʿa wa Sabun
٧٨
ثَمَانِيَة و سَبْعُونَ
Thamaniya wa Sabun
٧٩
تِسْعَة و سَبْعُونَ
Tisʿa wa Sabun
٨٠
ثَمَانُونَ
Thamanun
٨١
وَاحِد و ثَمَانُونَ
Wahid wa Thamanun
٨٢
اِثْنَان و ثَمَانُونَ
Ithnan wa Thamani
٨٣
ثَلَاثَة و ثَمَانُونَ
Thalaathah wa Thamanun
٨٤
أَرْبَعَة و ثَمَانُونَ
Arbaʿa wa Thamanun
٨٥
خَمْسَة و ثَمَانُونَ
Khamsa wa Thamanun
٨٦
سِتَّة و ثَمَانُونَ
Sitta wa Thamanun
٨٧
سَبْعَة و ثَمَانُونَ
Sabʿa wa Thamanun
٨٨
ثَمَانِيَة و ثَمَانُونَ
Thamaniya wa Thamani
٨٩
تِسْعَة و ثَمَانُونَ
Tisʿa wa Thamanun
٩٠
تِسْعُونَ
Ti’un
٩١
وَاحِد و تِسْعُونَ
Wahid wa Tis’un
٩٢
اِثْنَان و تِسْعُونَ
Ithnan wa Tis’un
٩٣
ثَلَاثَة و تِسْعُونَ
Thalaathah wa Tis’un
٩٤
أَرْبَعَة و تِسْعُونَ
Arbaʿa wa Tis’un
٩٥
خَمْسَة و تِسْعُونَ
Khamsa wa Tis’un
٩٦
سِتَّة و تِسْعُونَ
Sitta wa Tis’un
٩٧
سَبْعَة و تِسْعُونَ
Sabʿa wa Tis’un
٩٨
ثَمَانِيَة و تِسْعُونَ
Thamaniya wa Tis’un
٩٩
تِسْعَة و تِسْعُونَ
Tisʿa wa Tis’un
١٠٠
مِئَة
Mi’a
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