| koo•ja |
Plum. - continue reading ....
 
| Ka•shy |
Tile. - continue reading ....
 
| Bakh•sheesh |
It can also be pronounced as baqsheesh.
Tip; A sum of money given to someone as a reward for their services.
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| Har•dah |
Tahini "ground sesame". - continue reading ....
 
Da•yah
a women who helps pregnant Lady to give birth, Dayah can also means a women who breast feed or nanny working at the house. Plural: Dayat - continue reading ....
 
| Noon |
occasion, where family celebrate a child first teeth or takes its first steps. Children of the family, relatives and neighbors are usually invited in the afternoon. The mother spreads a carpet in t - continue reading ....
 
| Ham•bah |
Mango. - continue reading ....
 
| Shi•gar•dy |
Accountable person who is reliable to finish the tasks assigned to him efficiently. - continue reading ....
 
| Ke•deesh |
Cross-bred horse used for carrying things. X-Person Kadash X-Person can mean: overwork - continue reading ....
 
| Der•wa•za |
Originally door, while Kuwaitis use the word to refer to the wall gate. - continue reading ....