Italarab (ایتالعرب)

Italarab is a way to write Italian with the Arabic alphabet devised by Pamir Martini. It is also known as the Arabic alphabet for the Italian language.

Italarab alphabet

Italarab alphabet - consonants

Notes on consonants

Italarab alphabet - vowels

Notes on vowels

Further notes

Download an alphabet chart for Italarab (Excel)

Sample texts

Article 1 of the Italian Constitution without vowel diacritics

لْ ایتالی عېء اون رېپوبّلیك دېمكرتیك، فندات سول لڢؤر۔ لا سڢرانیتئ آپّرتؠن آل پپل، ك لا اسرچیت نېلّې فؤرمې ع نېی لیمیتی دېلّا كؤستیتوڅیؤن۔

Article 1 of the Italian Constitution with vowel diacritics

لْ ایتالیَ عېء اونَ رېپوبّلیكَ دېمُكرَتیكَ، فُنداتَ سول لَڢؤرُ۔ لا سُڢرانیتَئ اَپَّرتؠنِ آل پُپُلُ، كِ لا اِسِرچیتَ نېلّې فؤرمې عِ نېی لیمیتی دېلّا كؤستیتوتٕیؤنِ۔

Transliteration

L'Italia è una Repubblica democratica, fondata sul lavoro. La sovranità appartiene al popolo, che la esercita nelle forme e nei limiti della Costituzione.

Translation

Italy is a democratic Republic founded on labour. Sovereignty belongs to the people, who exercise it in the forms and within the limits laid down by the Constitution.
(Article 1 from the Constitution of the Italian Republic)

Article 1 of the UDHR without vowel diacritics

توتّی ڵی عسّېری هومانی ناښؤن لیبری عد اېغالی این دیڼیتئ ع دیریتّی۔ اسّی سؤن دؤتاتی دی رجؤن ع دی كؤشئنڅ ع دېڢؤن آجیر ڵی اونی ڢرس ڵی آلتری این سپیریت دی فراتلّنڅ۔

Article 1 of the UDHR with vowel diacritics

توتّی ڵی عِسّېری هومانی ناښؤنُ لیبِری عِد اېغُالی این دیڼیتَئ عِ دیریتّی۔ اِسّی سؤنُ دؤتاتی دی رَجؤنِ عِ دی كؤشئِنتَٕ عِ دېڢؤنُ اَجیرِ ڵی اونی ۋِرسُ ڵی اَلتری این سپیریتُ دی فراتِلَّنتَٕ۔

Transliteration

Tutti gli esseri umani nascono liberi ed eguali in dignità e diritti. Essi sono dotati di ragione e di coscienza e devono agire gli uni verso gli altri in spirito di fratellanza.

Translation

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

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