How do you say Happy Birthday in Arabic-Birthdays are celebrated all over the world. It does not matter whether which religion you follow, birthday celebration is one of the most common thing that everyone celebrate. However Arabic people are living with some exception. We will talk about the exception later in this article but before we do that, let’s talk about happy birthday in Arabic.
Happy Birthday in Arabic Language
Well, Arabic is a language and you can wish someone happy birthday in Arabic language. So today you will learn to say happy birthday in Arabic.
How to Say Happy Birthday in Arabic
So here’s how to say happy birthday in Arabic – “eyd mawlid saeid”. Along with saying happy birthday in Arabic, you can wish other things related to birthday celebrations such as “Kull(u) ‘aam wa *anta/i bi-khair” which means may you be well throughout the year. “anta” is use for masculine singular and “anti” is use in famine singular. So you have to figure out the difference and use the appropriate words when you are wishing someone.
As you may already know Arabic is spoken by most of the Muslim or Islamic people. Muslim people lives all over the world and they celebrate birthdays according to their region where they are settled. The tradition may also vary since there are different countries where different Muslim people lives.
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So now let’s talk about the exception. Not every Arabic family or Islamic family in general celebrate birthdays at all. They believe it is against their religion or there is no connection to birthday celebrations to their religion. Well even if they celebrate, they don’t spend too much money to organize the party. Most of the Arabic people who doesn’t celebrate birthdays are living in the cultural places while western Muslim people who speaks Arabic celebrate birthdays in Western style.