European Countries Names In Arabic

European Countries Names In Arabic

No matter how good your Arabic is, most people in Arabic speaking countries will know you’re not a native speaker, so if you’re a foreigner visiting or living in an Arab country, you might be frequently asked the following question: min ayn ant?/ من أين انت؟  . Basically, an Arab is asking you, “Where are you from?”

You can answer this simply with the country you’re from: ana min britania (I’m from Britain). But you can also answer by using the nationality form: ana britani (I’m British).

Today we’ll be going over the names of European countries and their nationalities in Arabic.

Countries in Arabic

English NameArabic NameTransliteration
Albania in ArabicألبانياAlbania
Britain in ArabicبريطانياBritania
Austria in ArabicالنمساAl-namsa
Belgium in ArabicبلجيكاBaljika
France in ArabicفرنساFransa
Bulgaria in ArabicبلغارياBelgharia
Croatia in ArabicكرواتياKerwatya
Cyprus in ArabicقبرصKobros
Denmark in ArabicالدنماركDanimark
Germany in ArabicألمانياAlmania
Greece in ArabicيونانYunan
Hungary in ArabicهنغارياHengaria
Iceland in ArabicأيسلنداIceland
Ireland in ArabicأيرلنداIrlanda
Italy in ArabicإيطالياItalia
Netherlands in ArabicهولنداHolanda
Norway in ArabicالنرويجAl-narooj
Poland in ArabicبولنداBolanda
Portugal in ArabicالبرتغالAl-bortugal
Romania in ArabicرومانياRomania
Russia in ArabicروسياRusiya
Serbia in ArabicصربياSerbia
Spain in ArabicإسبانياEspania
Sweden in ArabicالسويدAl-suwaid
Switzerland in ArabicسويسراSweesra
Ukraine in ArabicأوكرانياOkrania

Nationalities in Arabic

Nationality English nameArabic nameTransliteration
Albanian in ArabicألبانيAlbani
British in ArabicبريطانيBritani
Austrian in ArabicنمساويNamsawe
Belgian in ArabicبلجيكيBaljiki
French in ArabicفرنساFaransi
Bulgarian in ArabicبلغاريBulghari
Croatian in ArabicكرواتيKarwati
Cypriot in ArabicقبرصيKubrusi
Dane in ArabicدنماركيDinmarki
German in ArabicالمانيAlmani
Greek in ArabicيونانيYonani
Hungarian in ArabicهنغاريHanghari
Icelander in ArabicأيسلنديAyslandi
Irish in ArabicايرلنديErlandi
Italian in ArabicايطاليEtali
Dutch in ArabicهولنديHolandi
Norwegian in ArabicنرويجيNarweji
Polish in ArabicبولنديBulandi
Portuguese in ArabicبرتغاليBurtughali
Romanian in ArabicرومانيRumani
Russian in ArabicروسيRusi
Serbian in ArabicصربيSirbi
Spanish in ArabicاسبانيEsbani
Swedish in ArabicسويديSwedi
Swiss in ArabicسويسريSwesri
Ukrainian in ArabicاوكرانيOkrani

Finally, a list of sentences about languages, nationalities, and countries plus some bonus phrases. For a complete list of commonly used sentences, please visit our Arabic Phrases article (link[ ). Enjoy!

I don’t speak Korean / ana la atakalam alkuria / أنا لا أتكلم الكورية

I speak Italian / ana atakalam alitalia / أنا أتكلم الإيطالية

I want to learn Spanish / ana ureed ta’alum alespania / أنا أريد تعلم الاسبانية

My mother tongue is German / lughati al um hiya alalmania / لغتي الأم هي الألمانية

Spanish is easy to learn / alespania hiya sahlat ata’alum / الإسبانية هي سهلة التعلم

I have an American car / ladaya sayara amrekia / لديه سجادة مغربية

I love French cheese / ana uheb aljubn alfaransi / أنا أحب الجبن الفرنسي

I’m Italian / ana itali / أنا ايطالي

My father is Greek / walidi yunaany / والدي يوناني

I came from Spain / je’tu men espania / جئت من إسبانيا

I live in America / ana a’eesh fe amrika / أنا أعيش في أمريكا

I want to go to Germany / ureed an azhaba ila almania / أريد أن أذهب إلى ألمانيا

I was born in Italy / lakad wuledtu fi italia / لقد ولدت في إيطاليا

Long time no see / lam araka mundu mudda / لم أراك منذ مدة

I missed you / eshtaktu lak / اشتقت لك

Make yourself at home! / albeyt beytuk / البيت بيتك

Have a good trip / rehla muwafaka / رحلة موفقة

Gary Greer

Gary Greer was born and raised in the United States.  After an eight year stint in the U.S. Army in 1992, he attended Delaware State University to pursue his B.A. in English Communications to become a writer. Since then he has traveled the globe, living in the Europe and the Middle East, working for such prestigious organizations as the U.S. Army, NAPA Auto Parts, and AMIDEAST, and other well-known organizations, as well.  Gary came to Jordan in 2005, bringing with him a wealth of experience in the fields of Business and Education, and has since implemented and taught specialized English and Business training courses in the Business, Hospitality, Medical and Legal sectors throughout Jordan for TE Data, The Nuqul Group, The Ministry of Justice, The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology, UNRWA, and the Mövenpick and Kempinski Hotels, among others. Along with teaching, he has also pursued his dream of becoming a writer and has written and done the voice-over narration of two travel documentaries about Jordan for Seven Stars television worked as an editor for Family Flavours magazine and acted in television advertisements for USAID. He now works as a content writer for

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