Arabic for trial

tajriba
ﺗَﺠﺮِﺑَﺔ
trial – feminine singular

ﺗَﺠﺮِﺑَﺔ is an Arabic word. The meaning is trial. You pronounce it tajriba.

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Part of speech: noun. Pattern: verbal noun

Using the word trial

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Important letters:
The root of the word trial consists of three Arabic letters: jim that is written and pronounced j, ra that is written and pronounced r and beh that is written and pronounced b. Words with the same root letters are often related.

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The word trial letter by letter

ﺗَﺠﺮِﺑَﺔ
ﺗـ
ـﺠـ
ـﺮ
ﺑـ
ـﺔ
 
ﺗـ
ـﺠـ
ـﺮ
ﺑـ
ـﺔ
 
ﺗـ
ـﺘـ
ـﺖ
ﺟـ
ـﺠـ
ـﺞ
ـﺮ
ﺑـ
ـﺒـ
ـﺐ
ـﺔ
 
ta
t
jim
j
ra
r
beh
b
ta marbuta
 
 
The Arabic word for trial consists of: The letter ta that is written ﺕ ( here ﺗـ ) and pronounced t. The short vowel a that is written as the sign َ above the letter. The letter jim that is written ﺝ ( here ـﺠـ ) and pronounced j and is a part of the root of the word. The letter ra that is written ﺭ ( here ـﺮ ) and pronounced r and is a part of the root of the word. The short vowel i that is written as the sign ِ under the letter. The letter beh that is written ﺏ ( here ﺑـ ) and pronounced b and is a part of the root of the word. The short vowel a that is written as the sign َ above the letter. The letter ta marbuta that is written ﺓ ( here ـﺔ ) and pronounced . Therefore, the word is writen ﺗَﺠﺮِﺑَﺔ and pronounced tajriba.
Arabic is written from right to left. Short vowels are placed above or under the letters, the are usually omitted.
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The pattern for trial

taf3ila becomes tajriba

We have seen that the Arabic word for trial is written ﺗَﺠﺮِﺑَﺔ and pronounced tajriba. It follows the pattern verbal noun form 2. All Arabic words with this pattern has the structure taf3ila where f, 3 and l is replaced with the root letters of the word.
Since the pattern is taf3ila and the root letters are j, r and b, the word becomes tajriba.
All Arabic words with the same pattern follow the same structure. If you know the pattern and root of a word, you can often guess its meaning. Learn more about Arabic word patterns

Words with the same pattern as trial