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How to say apple in Arabic: Tufah
Learning Arabic for travel or study? Let’s try this term:
To say apple in Arabic: Tufah
Say it out loud: “tu fah“
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Some more helpful words in our Arabic Fruits category:
apple – Tufah (tu fah)
banana – Mooz (mooz)
berries – Tut (tut)
coconut – Goz El Hend (goz el hend)
fruit – Fakeha (fa ke ha)
grapefruit – Grape Fruit (grep fe rut)
grapes – Enab (E nab)
mango – Manga (man ga)
melon – Shammam (sham mam)
orange – Bortokal (bor to kal)
papaya – Papaya (pa pa ya)
pear – Kumethra (ku meth ra)
And here’s how to say apple in other languages!
Arabic–Tufah (tu fah)
Finnish–omena (oh men ah)
Polish–jabłko (yab' ko)
If you are lucky to travel to the tropics, or any other area for that matter, you will find all kinds of fruits. Sweet, sour, tangy... name it, you got it. Be sure to visit the market and sink your teeth into a nice crunchy "apple" (Tufah). They probably are a few hours from source, so they are the freshest they can get! Get instant access to the Arabic Language Set.
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