Similarities Between Spanish and Arabic



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In today’s language challenge, we will compare Spanish and Arabic, with Darling (Spanish speaker), and Loay (Arabic speaker), challenging one another with a list of words and sentences. If you live in Toronto or the surrounding areas and would like to participate in a future video, and/or if you have any suggestions or feedback, please contact us on Instagram: Shahrzad (@shahrzad.pe): Arabic is a Central Semitic language and has official/national status Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, SADR, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania (Zanzibar), Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen. Spanish is a Western Romance language that originated in the Castile region of Spain which has expanded to become the world's second-most spoken native language group of languages. Most of modern Spanish comes from Latin, with ancient Greek and Arabic also having an impact on the language. It has also been influenced by Basque, Iberian, Celtiberian, Visigothic, French, Italian, Occitan, Catalan and Sardinian, as well as from Nahuatl, Quechua, and other indigenous languages of the Americas. The Spanish language evolved from Vulgar Latin, which was brought to the Iberian Peninsula by the Romans during the Second Punic War, beginning in 210 BC. Previously, several pre-Roman languages, unrelated to Latin, and some of them unrelated even to Indo-European, were spoken in the Iberian Peninsula. These languages included Basque (still spoken today), Iberian, Celtiberian and Gallaecian. Today, Spanish is the official language of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela.



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Abdul Aleem Al Shaghouri
Love your content, Keep it up !!
Ada Onur
We want Turkish and Hungarian
Adriano Zanata
In Portuguese we have:\nAlmofada\nFulano/fulana\nAzeite\nAçúcar \nJarra
Ahmed Humoud
loay is great at finding the Word \nthe first hasta I wouldn't have know in million year that it is hata ( حتى )
Ale Vogel
I started learning arabic 3 years ago, i love the language! specially lebanese/syrian accent, though it's a bit hard for me but i hope i'll become fluent someday insha'allah \u003c3 greetings from Mexico
Ali Baloch
Falana is used in urdu aswell
Ali Chahin
It would be more interesting to do a comparison between Moroccan Arabic and Spanish and Portuguese since Morocco was the one that ruled over parts of them for a long time.
Ameer Sbeih
(before watching the video) As an Arab-Mexican, I know that the clothing items sounds similar. Bantalon, Pantalones. Qamis, Camisa. So, this'll be interesting for me! Lol
AndreasGHB
I speak Spanish and was aware that there a lot of words of Arabic origin, such as \
Antonio Zaccaria
You have to try Italian and Arabic
Arturo Valdemar
She's from Venezuela. The Venezuelan accent is beautiful, but not particularly clear. I think that's why he had a hard time guessing some of the words.
Azoth
Arabic is just a influence for Spanish, but the true root of Spanish is Latin.
B N
All of these words are current and common Arabic, not Andalusian only. I’m from Kuwait. The way we pronounce them in modern dialect is closer to Spanish than this gentleman’s fine Classical Arabic pronunciation. Moreover, Spanish dialect (from Spain as opposed to the Americas) is much closer to Arabic; including the KH (that’s missed in America) like Almokhada or Jamon, with a KH خ in Spain. It turns into an H in American Spanish.
Bahador Alast
If you live in Toronto or the surrounding areas and would like to participate in a future video, and/or if you have any suggestions or feedback, please contact us on Instagram: \nShahrzad (@shahrzad.pe): https://www.instagram.com/shahrzad.pe \nBahador (@BahadorAlast): https://www.instagram.com/BahadorAlast
Bilal
Arabic vs Greek \n\n1. Κολωνία (kolonia) \u003e كولونيا (perfume)\n2. μοκέτα (moketa) \u003e موكيتة (carpet) \n3. Τραπέζι (trapezi) \u003e طارابيزا (table)\n4. Τσάντα (tsanda) \u003e شنتا (bag)\n5. Ασανσέρ (asanser) \u003e اسانسير (elevator)\n6. Τζαμί (Jami) \u003e جامع (mosque)\n7. Τσέπη (tsepi) \u003e جيبة (pocket)\n8. Ντουλάπα (ndolapa) \u003e دولاب (wardrobe)
C. E. Ossa
Spanish sounds soo good!
CLE 91483
so far, the languages that caught my attention so bad because of their similarities is hebrew, arabic, spanish, and persian. these languages sound to wonderful, and beautiful for me to learn lol.
Carter Storm
Still waiting for Swahili and Arabic comparison
Danna Lopez
No matter how you call me-Spanish(Latin) or Arabic...Im just a SEMITIC-an ARAB!Latin Europeans(South Europe) have pure Arab blood!Even Eastern Europe or some North(The real Europeans) have some Semitic blood!Maaaaaany Latin Americans are Arabs too...\nThe moment I see you I can tell your real origin...\nAnd Semitic people are MULATTOS.They are part AFRICAN-they are BLACK!Actually most of people are MIXED.\nArabic and Spanish are so close to each other.Because Spanish \
Di Almighty Spartan God
This was cool since the Spanish and Persian video was fun to watch
E.G revolución
Also other examples of similarities : \nComo = Cama , in Arabic \nAzotea = Asateh \nJirafa = Zarafa \nalmacén= almahcen \nalcalde = alcady \nvaca = baqara \nzapatos= sappat \nBerenjena= bathenjan\nOtras=okhra\nalcaldìa= albaladia \nalcohol = alcohol \njueves=Khamys/the sound (kh)خ in both of them \njarabe= sharab \nbarrio= barria \nAlquimia= Alkimya \nAlgodon = alcotton \nalcaraz = alkaraz \nZoco = soq \nalmazara= almasara \nAlcázar =Alkaser \nAzafran= Asafaran \nalberca= alberka \nGacela = Gasala\nAlfèrez = Alfares \nTaza = tasa \nquintal= quintar \n\nand there’s more alot ...
EEVEEsaur
مرحباً إذا كنت تتحدث الإسبانية والعربية مثل الآن!
Edgy Cats 69
Spanish and French, theirs a lot of words in common but pronounced very differently
El Mike Space
I want to participate إن شاء الله 🙋🏽\u200d♂️ 🇲🇽 .
Elegant
This video that I was waited to watch 😍👌🏼\nNext video similarities between Portuguese vs Arabic
Elliott Spira
All the thumbs downs will come from globalists and neocons, seeing a Syrian, an Iranian and a Venezuelan in one room!!!
Elsa Bu
Kevin es playo
Enzo Da Cunha
Im portuguese and i love arabic language . In south of Portugal there are lot of cities with the word ‘al’ in their names and it come from arabic
Fabulous Chick
Love to Spanish people and Latin people ❤️ from Saudi Arabia 🇸🇦 ....i wish i know Spanish 😢
Fazraz Farzam
Interesting point raised! Arabic and Spanish had a vast larger amount in common during the time of Al-Andalus from 711 to 1492. A large chunk of those words have either changed so much through time that they are not similar at all or aren't being used in both languages anymore. After the Reconquista process and the Alhambra decree in the 15th century the Catholic rulers of Spain aimed to eliminate much of the Islamic influence, not only religiously but also culturally and linguistically. In the 10th and 11th centuries at the height of the rise of the Caliphate of Cordoba, the similarities would have reached its peak.
Francisco Anjos Guitarra
Almost all of these words are similar in portuguese: hasta=até; rahena=refém; cúrcuma=curcuma; fulan=fulano; jarra=jarra; in sha allah=oxalá; alfarería=olaria (this is one of the few that may have diferent origin); rukn=canto (this one also); azúcar=açucar; zayt=azeite; ataúd=caixão (another one that's diferent); almokhada=almofada; añil=anil; alqitran=alcatrão; aceitunas=azeitonas; alarz=arroz.\n\nWe are all brothers and sisters.
Friendly Creature
Would you please try Arabic and Swahili ? \nThese two languages have a lot im common, even the name of the language Swahili comes from Arabic, means ( Coast ) \nEastern Coast of Africa were some countries speak it.
G A
ليس هناك الكثير من الكلمات بسبب \nان حملات قامت جاهده بمحو تاريخ الوجود الاسلامي هناك \nفاستبدلوا الكلمات العربية بأنجليزية او فرنسية \nاما كلمات المستخدمة علميًّا فهي لازالت عربية \nوأيضًا من الشائع استخدام الإسبان الان في اسبانيا او الناطقين بالإسبانية ( ال التعريف ، وحتى بأستخدامها الصحيح والكثير ولكن هذا ما حضرني الى الان ) \nالتأثير بالعكس كان عميقًا جدًا ومن شدت عمقه هناك الكثير لم يمحى ولم يستطيعوا محوه من عقول الناس رغم وحشيتهم من قتل وتعذيب وتغيير ديانه غصبًا . \nوشكرًا 🌹
Greek Turkish
Nice video, I love your videos and next time Greek and Turkish please❤
Gyul Gin
Love Arabic Persian and Spanish from Armenia ♥♡
Hasan Kayık
Please make Kurdish vs Turkish.
Hello
Please Portuguese vs Arabic
I'mA Booklion
Do Greek and Spanish please. You'll find many common words
Johan Figueroa-González
Don't forget the arabian spend 800 years in Spain until 1492. They enriched the culture and the spanish language.
Johnny Melendrez
This was an awesome video man. I love videos that deal with both Arabic and Spanish and the words that Spanish has absorbed from the language!
João Oliveira
Omg!!! I'm from Portugal and I could guess almost every word from the Arabic language
Jyky Krete
Syrians like my comment!!
Khaled ALemad
ابي اتزوج اسبانيه ياجماعه الخير 😍😍😍😍
M. Soriano
Arabic and Spanish are not related to each other at all!! it's a nonsense. The Arabic words in Spanish are less than 8% and the influence was not produced by Arabs but Mozarabs. The Christian Mozarabs were bilingual(Mozarabic/Arabic) and they were responsible for introducing arabisms in Spanish by migrating to northern Christian kingdoms
MUJEMO ABRAHAM
I suggest Arabic and Maltese.
Maria Robotnik
Ana SURIA 🇸🇾🇸🇾🇸🇾🇸🇾🇸🇾🇸🇾❤️🇸🇾❤️🇸🇾🇸🇾❤️🇸🇾❤️🇸🇾❤️🇸🇾, سوريا
Miguel Sotomayor
As a Spanish speaker, now I would like to learn Arabic!
Mina al-Lami
I speak Arabic, but Loay’s Arabic is perfect, I feel like I am learning more about my language just listening to him speak.
Miri M
Please do the game version with Spanish and Filipino. I know you did the other version, but you didnt do the game version. It would get a ton of views
Mobati 12
Very nice job❤️.. Can u make Kurdish and Afgani languages I think ther is a lot of similar words😍😍
Mohammad Khaled
More (Arabic vs.....) videos please. It's just amazing! But don't bring Egyptians as the Arab side rofl. Try someone from the Gulf area or the Levant (Like Lo'ay). They are the closest to true Arabic pronunciation. After all, pronunciation is the key here in this game, right?
Mostafa Alorgan
Even the Spanish word \
Mostaza Caducada
Love to all Arabic people from Spain❤. I really love your culture
Nawras Hasan
I born in Venezuela but my origin is Syrian! ❤🇻🇪🇸🇾❤\nHalf #Latino.. Half #Arabic
Numeric Bin
I speak Arabic, French and English. The three of them pretty much fluently. When I hear Spanish, I do have a general idea of the meaning of the word. \n\nLanguages are pretty fascinating 🤓
OMA FORTNITE
العربي لايك
Olivia Meirelles
In Portuguese - refém - I only get it with the subtle in English 😂😂 but is very similar with Portuguese to! I’m amazed! I always knew that Portuguese have same Arabic derived words like Almoço, alface , alicate and almoxarifado but refém !? Great channel!
Omar F Alshaer
I learned Dutch language and discovered more than 100 words similar to Arabic
Omar G.
I must say, it was a great idea to do this with two speakers that geographically are really far. Modern Standard Arabic compared to different dialects of Arabic is very different. It's well known that Maghrebi Arabic speakers in Morocco frequently use certain words in common with Spanish that no Arabic speaker in the Levant or the Gulf region do. So for me, it is more interesting to see standard Arabic compared to Spanish and not just from Spain, because now we can see just how far the extent of influence has gone. Really good job!
Omega Kaoz
In Andalusian Spanish dialect is spoken in Puerto Rico since the Andalusians settled in the Carribean. For Hasta, we do say or can say hata.
Palestinian Queen
Yaaaaas! I waited for this video for soo long!
Popzain 30
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R.Saurav Singh
pls do arabic vs hindi
Radrook
Spanish Words Derived from Arabic\n\nStrange how I used these following words or heard them being use by my parents and others and never imagined that they were of Arabic origin. \n\n\nalfombra: Carpet. Two meanings; from Arabic al-jumra and from Arabic al-humra.\n\njabalí : Wild Boar. From Arabic jebeli: From the mountains. Perhaps originally from Khanzeer Jebelí: Mountain Pig.\n\nloco: crazy. From Arabic lawqa \
Rovi3
If you do a Catalan-Italian video I can help you find sentences and words that are surprisingly similar
Saif Kayed
Maltese and Arabic. Thank you!!!
Sara 2017
I thought Spanish language has (kh) (خ) letter ? They usually pronounce the (j) as a( kh) or does it differ since she is from Venezuela not Spain ? I am really confused ! \nThanks for the video !
Sean Cannon
Do japanese Korean or chinese...maybe a 3 way version😋
Seduccion Ya.
The origin of 'ojalá' surprise me a lot as a spanish speaker. Arabic it's like a brother language.
Shah Of Persia
English & Persian
Shahrzad Pe
My favorite was \
Steven Uzaga
Wonderful video. The Spanish speakers share many many words from.the arabic language. Greeting. Hasta luego!
Sy Rin
in the tunisian dialect we have many words which are exactly the same in spanish
Syrian tammuz
I am Syrian.. and watched La casa de papel...❤❤\nNo,, i don't think there is so much similarities😲
The Atheist Arab
Al-Adanlus💖
Tim Davis
This is an American nightmare! Venezuela, Syria, and Iran, all together in one video! Just kidding haha ... Really great video btw!
Windbitch Ass Bell
*God blesses all my Syrian brothers* Love and pray from Indonesia
Youssef
I’m half arab Latino and I speak Spanish but my Arabic it’s it’s horrible but I like how similar it is 😫🤣
Zahir Mehmood
In Urdu we say Falana
Zainab Al-Marayati
This video is incredible, because it touches on the history and includes innovative original information. I have watched various videos comparing Spanish and Arabic but they mostly just have the same few words, and some of them are basically universal words. But this video is very unique and by far a lot more interesting than any other I’ve seen. Thank you!!
b b
Do Arabic and Maltese please
brahim 9999
I know that there is many common words between Arabic and Spanish but \
c8adec
Very good video. Greetings from Granada 😀\nIt's very sad that we lost andalusian arabic and mozarabic too
eslam alipour
ojala = ان شاء الله was interesting indeed.
farray
arabic islamic empire in spain 600 years Spanish used arabic words
hassan Dr
Do Turkish and turkic from central Asia
hussam abdallah
I heard words from Spanish series like fatora which means bill it's in Arabic fatora فاتورة and I heard bantlon = trousers = بنطلون (bantlon) and qamisa = shirt = قميص (qamis)
kk 11
I'm from Syria and I love Spanish language& culture so much, love you❤️🇸🇾🇪🇸
last shadow
Loay's Standard Arabic pronunciation is perfect.
mlola74
How interesting! I live in Granada (Spain), and here there's a village which name is Alfacar. Alfacar is famous due to his pottery or alfarería.
namibianodetombua
I speak Portuguese. I think we are fonetically closer to Arabic.\nOxalá (x=sh)\nJarra (same as arabic)\nAzeite, açúcar (ç=s)\nFalua (feluka)\nAlmofada, arroz, tâmara (date), azulejo, anil, alcácer (castelo), azeitona, Portuguese also has lots of places: Algarve, Almada, Odeceixe, Aljube... loved the video!
osama roum
you have also the spanish word ZAPATO in Algerian Arabic dialect we say \
reanna celina
Bahador is a good host/mediator.\nThis is another good video. Very informative...a laughed a lot at 'curcuma' 😂😂😂\nThanks a lot!
sada kiryakos
Can you make a Arabic and Assyrian video and then after Arabic and Assyrian, make Kurdish and Arabic.
work office
You need to do this again with a Moroccan Arabic speak and a Spanish speaker from Spain. If you do that then it would soooooo interesting! Find a north moroccaner from the north of Morocco!!! I would pay to watch that episode!!!!
Павлина В
Arabic language is the mother of languages 💜\n\nLove from Russia 🇷🇺 ☺️\n'
عبد الرحمن محمد
Please make a video that compares arabic and kurdish.
قناتي ma chaîne
Good video thanks \nIn my arabic dialect (north africa) we used some spanish words like:\n cuzina : kitchen\n sabbate :shoes but in spanish pronounced sabato
نحبك يابلادي
840 عام من الحضارة ضاعة بعد الرحيل عن أندلسنا😢😢😢