salam 3alikom ou marhba biya 3andkom, bil7a9 ila 9baltou 3liya :unsure:
Mer7ba bik 3ndna loubnyaybtissam!
How did u find us?
barak allahou fik
knt dayra RADAR! :lol:
I was searching for something, then I got this website
M7ba w nhar kbir hada :). Akid qablin bik, bl7q jbti shi shehiwat m3ak? Kaygoul lmatal: mr7ba blli ja w jab :D.
D77ktini b hadak Radar :mdr:.
Wash ntômâ jôj ôlâ ghîr w7îda?
woooooooow, looks gooood hahaha :hap:
choukran!! soufra dayma? (don’t know what they say in morocco…) :lol:
[quote=tukha]woooooooow, looks gooood hahaha :hap:
choukran!! soufra dayma? (don’t know what they say in morocco…) :lol:[/quote]
al3afw! … fin sma3ti b soufra dayma??
Wow! Allah y3tîk ss77a! Sh-hhîtînî :D. Aslan, just mention food, you’ll find me and Tukha around :D.
Tukha, sufra dayma is not used in Morocco. What I’d consider as an equivalent would be “Allah iqbl, Allah ikhlf”. That’s what I often hear from guests to their hosts, meaning “may God accept your good deeds, and may God reward you”. Actually, the word ikhlf means to replace something missing, so you’re praying that God will reward your hosts for what they spent on l3azooma, so that they will always have sufra dayma ;). You use the expression as a thanking form, when you are done eating. Otherwise, to compliment someone on their cooking you can say “tbarkllâh 3lîk”, and stuff like that.
I hope this answers your question :).
SimplyMoroccan it’s very clear now, thanks a lot of your explication
So, where are you writing from?
From my room :^^:
Welcome on board loubna!
And your room is in which country?
Your have the right to remain anonymous :hap:.
[quote=nuwwara]Welcome on board loubna!
And your room is in which country?[/quote]
lol SimplyMoroccan i was kidding!!!, but seriously from USA
nice nice… , welcome again
Thank you MarocRulz
loubna, i heard “soufra dayma” from i have no idea where :lol: but some coutnries say it, i can’t say which, sorry, LOL :blink:
and SM, thanks for the explanation! :hap: AND HAHAHAHA, sooo true, loubna, she’s right. say the (magic) word, food; you’ll hear our quick footsteps running at ya
thanks again, SM, for the explaining, all clear and makes sense