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- Arabic, Gum: Correspondences
- Acacia vera Folk Names: Arabic, Egyptian Gum, Indian Gum Gender: Masculine Planet: Sun Element: Air Powers: Spirituality, Purification...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary A
- The Truth Behind the History of the Necronomicon
- I don't think there are many people out there who haven't heard of the Necronomicon and the dreadful things connected with it. We've all heard the theories about how it is a Satanist tool; actual copies of the book are bound in human skin and how you risk...
Deities & Heros >> Chthulu
- Magick & Divination in Arabia
- Magick in Arabic is “sihr” and means “to produce illusion on the eyes”. The origin of magick in Arabia is believed to be in Babel. It, supposedly, was revealed there by two angels, “Harut” and “Marut”, who instructed mankind in the art. Unlike the ancient...
History & Anthropology >> Arabic
- Tarot Cards Overview
- Tarot is made up of four suites of regular playing cards, each having 14 pieces of cards. What distinguishes a deck of tarot cards from conventional playing cards is a single card called the Fool.
Divination >> Tarot Cards
- Acacia: Correspondences
- Acacia Senegal Folk Names: Cape Gum, Egyptian Thron, Gum Arabic Tree Gender: Masculine Planet: Sun Element: Air Deities: Osiris, Astarte, Ishtar, Diana, Ra Powers: Protection, Psychic Powers...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary A
- What is Qabalah?
- Being Appendix A to Liber 777 Qabalah is: -- (a). A language fitted to describe certain classes of phenomena, and to express certain classes of ideas which excape regular phraseology. You might as well object to the technical terminology of chemistry. (b). An...
Magick >> Qabalah
- George W. Bush
- Born 6th of July, 1946 New Haven (Connecticut) I am going to start this interpretation with the famous phrase of Bush, which according to me embodies his innermost thoughts: "America needs compassionate conservatism". From this phrase we can deduce...
Astrology >> Horoscopes of Fameous People
Moroccan Arabic is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Moroccan Arabic books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Moroccan Arabic
- PEACE CORPS. Moroccan. Arabic.
- Phonological adaptation of Spanish loanwords in Northern Moroccan
- Phonological adaptation of Spanish loanwords in Northern Moroccan Arabic.
- Apparent Pharyngealization in Moroccan Arabic
- Some French words borrowed by Moroccan Arabic undergo adaptations that are unfaithful to . 2007) and Moroccan Arabic vowels (Kenstowicz & Louriz.
Suggested News Resources
- Breathing in the magic of Morocco
- Every Moroccan can speak either Berber or Moroccan Arabic. French is the foreign language most spoken, but otherwise, Moroccans appear to be very nationalistic and proud of their ancestry.
- Visit Morocco with useful iOS apps
- Every Moroccan speaks at least one of the two languages Berber and Moroccan Arabic, as a mother tongue. Both languages have regional dialects and accents.
- Morocco: Militant Website Sustains DDoS Attack
- They called it Mamfakinch!, which in Moroccan Arabic means “We won't give up!”.
- 50 years of Peace Corps service gives volunteers insights into many cultures
- “We set up Skype and made a call to my parents, and I was translating a conversation between my real mother (speaking in my native languages English and Gujarati) to my host mother in Moroccan Arabic and Tamazight.
Suggested Web Resources
- Moroccan Arabic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Moroccan Arabic (also known as Darija, الدارجة) is the variety of Arabic spoken in the Arabic-speaking areas of Morocco.
- Speak Moroccan Arabic | The Moroccan Arabic Website
- Speak Moroccan is a website that helps you learn Moroccan Arabic for free.
- Friends of Morocco: Learning Moroccan Arabic
- Learning Moroccan Arabic. Moroccan Arabic.
- Moroccan Arabic Vocabulary
- Môsîqâ موسيقى is music in Moroccan Arabic and in Modern Standard Arabic.
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