Arabic usually refers to Standard Arabic, which Western linguists divide into Classical Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic. It could also refer to any of a variety of regional vernacular Arabic dialects , which are not necessarily mutually intelligible.
- Old Arabic
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- Semitic Languages
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- Arabic Alphabet
The Arabic alphabet (Arabic: الْأَبْجَدِيَّة الْعَرَبِيَّة,...
- Old Arabic
The Arabic Wikipedia is the Modern Standard Arabic version of Wikipedia, started in 2003 by Arab wiki community. It has 1,220,878 articles, 2,499,420 registered users and 52,864 files, and is the 17th largest edition of Wikipedia by article count. It differs from other Wikipedias in design and content.
ما هي ويكيبيديا؟. ويكيبيديا مشروع تعاوني متعدد اللغات يضم ويكيات بأكثر من 300 لغة للعمل في مشاريع موسوعات حرة ودقيقة ومتكاملة ومتنوعة ومحايدة، يستطيع الجميع المساهمة في تحريرها. نشأت ...
Arabic. Use of Arabic as the sole official language (green) and an official language (blue) Arabic language poem. Arabic (العربية, al-ʿarabiyyah) is a Semitic language, like Hebrew and Aramaic that first appeared in the mid-ninth century BCE in Northern Arabia and Sahara southern Levant.
- 292 million (2017)
- Modern Standard Arabic
- /al ʕarabijja/, /ʕarabiː/
The Arabic Wikipedia (Arabic: ويكيبيديا العربية) is the Arabic language version of Wikipedia. It started in September 2001. It was the 23rd largest edition of Wikipedia by article count, but grew to 17th largest edition.
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