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Nepali is spoken by over 30 million people around the world. Nepali is the official language of Nepal. It is primarily spoken in Nepal and by Nepali communities in the Indian states of Assam, Himachal Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Uttarakhand. Additionally, it is also spoken in Bhutan, Burmese Gurkhas in Myanmar, and Nepali immigrants in the Middle East, Brunei and Malaysia.

Arabic, on the other hand, is spoken by over 422 million people worldwide. It is the official language of many countries in the Middle East and North Africa, including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Iraq. Arabic is also one of the six official languages of the United Nations.

Nepali and Arabic are two distinct languages. Nepali belongs to the Indo-Aryan language family and is spoken in the Himalayan region, while Arabic is a Semitic language spoken predominantly in the Arab world.

When it comes to grammar, Nepali follows a subject-object-verb sentence structure. For example, the sentence "I am going to the market" would be translated as "Ma bazaar jaadai chu" in Nepali, where "Ma" means "I," "bazaar" means "market," and "jaadai chu" means "am going".

Arabic, on the other hand, follows a verb-subject-object order. For example, the same sentence "I am going to the market" would be translated as "Ana dhahabtu ila as-souq" in Arabic, where "Ana" means "I," "dhahabtu" means "am going," and "ila as-souq" means "to the market".

Additionally, the writing systems used by the two languages are also different. Nepali uses the Devanagari script, similar to Hindi, while Arabic uses the Arabic script, which is written from right to left.

Despite these differences, both languages have some similarities as well. For instance, both languages have complex honorific systems to show respect when addressing elders. In Arabic, the honorific prefix "Sayyid" or "Sayyida" can be added to someone's name, while in Nepali, the honorific suffix "-jyu" or "-jyuni" can be added. For example, instead of calling someone "Ahmed" in Arabic, you might use "Sayyid Ahmed" to show respect, and in Nepali, instead of "Hari," you might use "Hari-jyu (हरि ज्यु)".

In addition to their languages, Nepali and Arabic cultures share several similarities. These include showing respect for elders, celebrating religious festivals and special occasions, emphasising family values, and appreciating traditional arts and cuisine.

Features you should know:

Nepali sentence and phrase will be translated into Arabic meaning.

For E.g. typing:
"नेपाली इन्डो-आर्यन भाषा परिवारको हो र मुख्यतया नेपाल र भारतका केही भागहरूमा बोलिन्छ। अरबी, अर्कोतर्फ, एक सेमिटिक भाषा हो र मध्य पूर्व र उत्तर अफ्रिकाका धेरै देशहरूमा बोलिन्छ।" will be translated into "تنتمي النيبالية إلى عائلة اللغات الهندية الآرية ويتم التحدث بها بشكل أساسي في نيبال وأجزاء من الهند. من ناحية أخرى ، اللغة العربية هي لغة سامية ويتم التحدث بها في العديد من البلدان في جميع أنحاء الشرق الأوسط وشمال إفريقيا."

Use our translator tool as Nepali to Arabic dictionary.

For E.g.
"माया" meaning in Arabic will be "حب"
"सुन्दर" meaning in Arabic will be "جمال"

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Commonly Spoken Nepali to Arabic Phrases

म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु - (Ma timilai maya garchu)
أحبك - ('ahbak)
स्वागतम् - (Swagatam)
أهلا بك - ('ahlaan bik)
नमस्ते - (Namaste)
مرحبا - (marhabaan)
तपाईंलाई कस्तो छ - (Tapai kasto cha)
كيف حالكم؟ - (kayf halikm?)
तपाईको नाम के हो ? - (Tapaiko naam ke ho?)
ما اسمك؟ - (ma asmak?)
मेरा नाम ... हो। - (Mera naam ... ho)
اسمي هو ... - (aismi hu ...)
तपाईलाई भेटेर खुशी लाग्यो - (Tapaai laaii bhetera khushii laagyo)
ممتن لمقابلتك - (mumtan limuqabalatik)
धन्यवाद - (Dhanyabaad)
شكرا لكم - (shukraan lakum)
माफ गनुस्! - (Maaf garnus!)
إسمح لي / آسف - ('ismah li / asif)
फफेरि भेटौला - (Pheri bhetaula)
أراك لاحقا - ('arak lahiqaan)
के तपाईँ अङ्ग्रेजी बोल्नुहुन्छ? - (Ke tapai angreji bolnuhuncha?)
هل تتكلم اللغة الإنجليزية؟ - (hal tatakalam allughat al'iinjaliziat?)
मैले बुझिन - (Maile bujhina)
أنا لا أفهم - ('ana la 'afham)
कृपया बिस्तारै बोल्नुहोस् - (Kripaya bistarai bolnuhos)
من فضلك تحدث ببطء - (min fadlik tahadath bbt')
कहाँ शौचालयहरु छन् - (Kaha saucalayaharu chan)
أين هي دورات المياه؟ - ('ayn hi dawrat almyah?)
के म पैसा सात्न सक्छु? - (Ke ma paisa saatna sakchu?)
هل يمكنني تغيير النقود؟ - (hal yumkinuni taghyir alnuqud?)
यो कति हो? - (Yo kati ho?)
كم ثمن هذا؟ - (kam thaman hadha?)
यो धेरै महँगो छ! - (Yo dherai mahongo cha!)
انه غالى جدا! - ('iinah ghala jda!)
बाँया / दाँया / सिधा - (Baaya/ daaya/ sidha)
يسار / يمين / مستقيم - (yasar / yamin / mustaqim)
More Nepali Phrases ...

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How does Nepali To Arabic text translation works?

Our translation service either uses Google or Microsoft to translate the text you have typed in Nepali.

Whenever you type a word, sentence or phrase in Nepali - we send API requests to either Google or Microsoft for a translation. In return, they send back a response with a translated text in Arabic.

Their system uses machine-language technologies to bring together some cutting edge technologies such as artificial intelligence (deep learning), big data, Web APIs, cloud computing etc to perform higher quality translations.

Can we download this translation service?

No. At a moment you can only use our Nepali translation online.

However, you can install the Chrome extension tool called Google Translate by visiting Google Translate Chrome Extension link.

Once this translation tool is installed, you can highlight and right-click the section of text and click on the "Translate" icon to translate it to the language of your choice. Furthermore, you can translate the entire web page by clicking on the "Translate" icon on the browser toolbar.

It supports over 100 languages.

What other tools do you have for Nepali Typing and Translation?

We have the following tools:

  1. Nepali Typing Input Tool (also known as Google Transliteration):

    With this tool you can type in English and get in Nepali. For e.g. typing "malai nepali ra nepali bhasa mana parcha" gives you "मलाई नेपाली र नेपाली भाषा मन पर्छ". This makes typing in Nepali natural as you don’t need to remember complex Nepali keyboard layout. Please visit: to use this tool.

    This Nepali typing tool is FREE. Additionally, you can email the text you have typed to anyone - including yourself.

  2. Nepali Unicode Typing:

    Online Nepali unicode tool will automatically convert any roman text into unicode Nepali. Whenever you type any letter, you will get additional hints to make your typing easier. Please visit this link to type in unicode.

  3. Nepali Speech Translator:

    Nepali speech translation service is provided by both Microsoft and Google. They both use their own cognitive services to translate spoken words and phrases into a language of your choice. For some languages, you will hear the translation spoken aloud.

    Microsoft Translator in particular powers speech translation features across its products which can be used for Live Presentation, In-Person or Remote Translated Communication (such as Skype), Media Subtitling, Customer support and Business Intelligence.

How do I translate Nepali Text from an Image to Arabic?

Our Online software doesn't have a feature to translate Nepali Text from an Image.

If you have an Android or iPhone & iPad you can use your phone’s camera to translate signs or handwritten Nepali notes with the native Translate app. Follow this instruction guide.

For others and if you are using desktop and personal computer - you can use a well established third party website to do this.

We recommend, Yandex Nepali Image Translator.

Is this translation FREE?

Yes. This Arabic to Arabic text translation is absolutely FREE. You can use our translation tool for both personal and commercial use.

However, we have the following restrictions:

  1. Per Request Limit: At any time you can translate up to maximum of 500 per request. However, there is no restriction on the number of requests you can send.
  2. Daily Limit : While you can make a number of requests for translation, you won’t be able to translate if we run out of a daily quota.

These restrictions are placed to ensure that robots or automated software are not abusing this facilities.

Can I translate from Arabic To Nepali?

Yes. To translate from Arabic to Nepali visit this link.

Why is the translated text not accurate?

As explained earlier, the machine-language technology is used to perform the translation. This translation software is evolving every day and as time goes by the translation is going to be pretty accurate - especially for commonly used phrases and sentences.

At the moment, it is not perfect but our translation software is useful for those who need help framing the sentence and get a general idea on what the sentence or phrase is conveying the message.

For those who would like accurate translation - there are plenty of websites that provide human translators for translating Nepali to Arabic.