Arabic has many different dialects. It is a language mostly known to Middle Eastern Arab countries such as the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, and Jordan. But it is not just restricted to those countries. It is also widely spoken in some African countries including Somalia, Morocco, and Djibouti. Nonetheless, for the most part, Arabic is the language of the Muslim population as their Holy Book is written in Arabic, readable by almost all Muslims. Hence, some symbols in Arabic can easily be copy-pasted.
Arabic Synbol 2023:
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All Symbols That Can Be Used For Arabic:
🕋, 🕌, 👳, ☪️, 🧕🏾, ☪, 👳🏽, ؏ ؿ ق ۼ ۾, 👰🏻, 🇸🇦, 🌴, 📿
How to Use These Symbols?
Copy and paste the Arabic symbols in just one click. Just click on the Arabic symbols copy button next to it and insert it anywhere.
What are The Arabic Symbols?
The symbols of the Arabic language are the alphabet. The Arabic alphabet is called “Al-abjadiyah.” There are 28 letters in the language, all of which are consonants. Most letters out of the 28 ones have four different variations.
Apart from the alphabet, the symbols include grammatical symbols such as the Quranic stop sign. Other symbols are of other common terms used in the Arabic language such as Akber, Salam, Wassalam, and Salah.
Arabic punctuation marks are also found in the collection of Arabic symbols. Punctuation marks are heavily found in some written forms of Arabic such as the Uthamani version, and without these marks, the pronunciation of the language can greatly vary. Thus, especially non-natives of the language rely on them. Some of these symbols are Damma, Kasrathan, Shadda, and Madda Above.
Arabic numbers are also part of the symbols from 0-9.
How to Get Arabic Symbols in Word?
There are too many Arabic symbols. So, instead of searching for them, you can simply take the approach of Arabic symbols copy and paste from here. But, if you want to find those symbols in Word, then this is your guide.
To get the symbols on Word, you just have to activate the Arabic keyboard. You can do this by following the directions below on Microsoft 365.
- First, go to the Files Tab
- Pick More, and then Options
- Select Language
- Go to the Set the Office Language Preference Dialogue Box, and over there will be an Editing Language list.
- Once there, choose whichever dialect of Arabic you want.
- Press Add
Once you have activated the Arabic language on MS Word, all symbols will become available to you just like they are in English. To use those symbols, explore your keyboard. Additionally, Word itself has an option of ‘symbol’ in ‘Insert’ to choose from. So, take a look at those and then you have your symbols of the Arabic language on Word.