Arabic for conflict
conflict – masculine singular
ﻧِﺰَﺍﻉ is an Arabic word. The meaning is conflict. You pronounce it nizaa3.
The Arabic word word for conflict can also be conjugated:
conflict – masculine plural
Using the word conflict
They are continuing their efforts to resolve the dispute.1
Today's incident has its origins in an old conflict.1
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The root of the word conflict consists of three Arabic letters:
that is written ﻥ
and pronounced n
that is written ﺯ
and pronounced z
that is written ﻉ
and pronounced 3
Words with the same root letters
are often related.
Words related to conflict
The word conflict letter by letter
The Arabic word for conflict consists of: The letter nun that is written ﻥ ( here ﻧـ ) and pronounced n 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 zayn that is written ﺯ ( here ـﺰ ) and pronounced z 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 alef that is written ﺍ and pronounced . The letter ayn that is written ﻉ and pronounced 3 and is a part of the root of the word. Therefore, the word is writen ﻧِﺰَﺍﻉ and pronounced nizaa3.
The pattern for conflict
fi3aal becomes nizaa3
We have seen that the Arabic word for conflict is written ﻧِﺰَﺍﻉ and pronounced nizaa3. It follows the pattern verbal noun form 1
. All Arabic words with this pattern has the structure fi3aal where f, 3 and l is replaced with the root letters of the word.
Since the pattern is fi3aal and the root letters are n, z and 3, the word becomes nizaa3.
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 conflict