al hubb

Emotions | Arabic

Emotions| Al `awatif = العواطف
Feelings| Al masha`er = المشاعر

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Fear| Al Khawf = الخوف
Anger| Al Ghadhab = الغضب
Love| Al Hubb = الحب
Happiness| Assa`ada = السعادة
Joy| Al Farah = الفرح
Depression| Al Ikti’ab = الإكتئاب
Sadness| Al Huzun = الحزن
Calmness| Al Hudu’ = الهدوء
Guilt| Athanb = الذنب
Hurt| Al Alam = الألم
Nervousness| Attawattur = التوتر
Confusion| Al Irtibak / Al Hira = الإرتباك / الحيرة
Amazement| Addah.sha = الدهشة
Boredom| Al Malal = الملل
Helplessness| Al `ajz = العجز
Hopelessness| Al Ya’s = اليأس
Exhaustion| Al Inhak = الإنهاك
Tiredness| Atta`ab = التعب
Sleep| Annawm = النوم
Hate| Al Karahiya = الكراهية
Loneliness| Al Wihda = الوحدة
Regret| Annadam = الندم
Jealousy| Al Ghira = الغيرة
Achievement| Al Injaz = الإنجاز
Frustration| Al Ihbaat = الإحباط
Defeat| Al Hazima = الهزيمة

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To form a sentence using these nouns, you can simply say:
Ash`ur or/ Ahiss b… [Enter emotion as noun]
أشعر / أحس ب… = …I feel

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* It might not make much sense to say in English:
“I feel Boredom” or “I feel Frustration” -and such-, but in Arabic this sentence construction makes more sense and is used alot.