Languages similar to or like Sudanese Arabic

Variety of Arabic spoken throughout Sudan and in parts of Eritrea. Wikipedia

  • Variety of Arabic spoken by the Hadhrami people living in the Hadhramaut. Also spoken by many emigrants, who migrated from the Hadhramaut to the Horn of Africa , East Africa (Comoros, Zanzibar, Kenya, Tanzania, and Mozambique), Southeast Asia (Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore) and, recently, to the other Arab states of the Persian Gulf. Wikipedia

  • Taʽizzi-Adeni Arabic

    Dialect of Arabic spoken primarily in the Republic of Yemen and the nearby Republic of Djibouti. Additionally a small minority of speakers are present in the State of Eritrea, arising from the emigration of Adeni Jews throughout the 20th Century. Wikipedia

  • Modern Standard Arabic

    Term used mostly by Western linguists to refer to the variety of standardized, literary Arabic that developed in the Arab world in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Language used in academia, print and mass media, law and legislation, though it is generally not spoken as a mother tongue, similar to Classical Latin or the literary register of French. Wikipedia

  • Peninsular Arabic

    Peninsular Arabic, or Southern Arabic, are the varieties of Arabic spoken throughout the Arabian Peninsula. This includes the countries of Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Southern Iraq, Southern Iran and the tribal people of Jordan (the native Jordanians). Wikipedia

  • Cluster of varieties of Arabic spoken in Yemen, southwestern Saudi Arabia, Somaliland, and Djibouti. Generally considered a very conservative dialect cluster, having many classical features not found across most of the Arabic-speaking world. Wikipedia

  • Variety of Arabic spoken in Bareq, Saudi Arabia. Spoken in many towns and villages in that wadi. Wikipedia


    Sentences forSudanese Arabic

    • Over one hundred languages are spoken in the area and are considered Nuba languages, although many of the Nuba also speak Sudanese Arabic, the official language of Sudan.Nuba peoples-Wikipedia
    • Similarly, in Sudanese Arabic, dark-skinned people are described as أخضر akhḍar, the term which in Standard Arabic stands unambiguously for "green".Green-Wikipedia
    • The Nubian language was spoken in central Sudan until the 19th century, when it was replaced by Arabic.Alodia-Wikipedia
    • Sudanese Arabic is the most widely spoken language in the country.Sudan-Wikipedia
    • Sudanese Arabic preserves many words of Nubian origin, and Nubian place names can be found as far south as the Blue Nile state.Alodia-Wikipedia
    • The symbolism of unity is expressed in the title, meaning both "peace" in Nuer and "power" in Sudanese Arabic.Emmanuel Jal-Wikipedia

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