Discussion in 'العربية (Arabic)' started by Kaju1992, Jul 7, 2017.
How to say in Gulf arabic; Ear/ Ears as in Standart Arabic: أذن / آذان
one ear ; أذن
two ears; أذنان but people pronounce it as أذنين
In Iraqi Arabic it's both إذِن and أذان, the latter being more common. While the dual is usually used in Iraqi Arabic, in this particular case it is not, both the dual and the plural is ذانات (for some reason the Hamza in omitted in the plural).
Separate names with a comma.