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    Habibi is “My Dear” (to a man)

    Habibti is “My Dear” (to a woman)

    Ya Habub: “Oh my Dearest Dear !”

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    Well the difference is very subtle but yet too powerful. in Arabic you can add one letter to the end of almost any word that is not gender-less(i.e table, chair .. etc.).

    This letter is (ة) and it’s pronounced as a light T. it changes any word that is by default masculine (almost all the words in Arabic) to a Feminine Word. Powerful!

    Now to answer your question:

    Habibi (My beloved one (him))

    Habib(t)i (My beloved one (her))

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    Habibi is masculine and habibti is feminine.

    So to a guy you say habibi. And to a girl you say habibti. Both mean “my love” , but not necessarily my lover. So you can say it in place of “My Dear”.

    It is common and a lot of people use it addressing everyone around them and people are not offended.

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    Habibi And Habibti are both in Arabic. Adding to “ti” feminizes the word. The word has a different meaning depending on the context.

    Generally mean sweetheart or love – as in a romantic partner. Context of this would be the famous lyrics song by Amir Diab Habibi Ya Nour El Ain.

    This can also be a word of endearment between two men. It is the Arabic equivalent of bro But equally appropriate to be used in middle age or older. It is very familiar.

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    From a Maltese perspective , “Habibi” means my guy- friend and “Habibti” my girl- friend. I’d like to assume that they’re the same for Arabic since Maltese is derived from it but perhaps the meaning or what they’re used for might vary just a bit.

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    Habibi is addressed to a male, Habibti to a female.

    They both mean literally “my love”. However, they are not only used in a romantic context.

    You could be driving down the road and shout “move over habibi” to the stranger in the car blocking your way..

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    Habibi is when you’re speaking to a male and habibti is when you’re speaking to a female

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    Habib means beloved, and it can be neutral. So it works for both, masculine and feminine. However a feminine word of it is habibah.

    Habibi means MY beloved (masculine). The letter i or ي at the end of the word habib refers to the possessive determiner which is my.

    Similar to habibti, but in this case it is feminine. The ‘ah’ in the word habibah becomes the T in the word habibti. In arabic, the word habibah is spelt like حبيبة. And habibti is spelt like حبيبتي. The ة & ت are the same letter but the usage and pronunciation are different. The ة is always at the end of a word. Whereas ت can be in both, the end and the middle or even the beginning of a word (it depends on the case of a word).

    The pronunciation of the ة is ‘ah’ and for the ت it is t. Therefore, in the word habibti there’s a t.

    I hope this answered your question 🙂

    In Lebanon we say habibe or habibte.

    habibe (masculin).

    habibte (feminin).

    But sometimes men say habibe to a woman.

    We sometimes say habibti and not habibte when we want to make a joke or just be funny.

    And we say habibi when we want to pamper someone , or when we think that the thing or the person is cute.

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    Simply saying ‘Habib’ (حبیب) means beloved (male) and ‘Habibah’ (حبیبة written ‘Habibat’ with ‘t’ silent), means beloved (female). Similarly Habibi=my beloved (male), Habibati=my beloved (female).

    As per Arabic grammar rules if a word ends with ‘ة’ (_th), the letter ‘t’ will always remain silent, but it will be read if the word continued with some other letter or word. E.g. in Urdu it’s read ‘dawat’, but the same word in Arabic would be read as ‘dawah’.

    Whereas, to prefix ‘my’, the letter ‘i’(Arabic ‘ي’) is suffixed in the last, like ‘Habibi’ in the case of male. While, the word ‘Habibah” would be read as ‘Habibat’ if it’s required to suffix the letter ‘i’. So it would become ‘Habibati’.

    PS: in Arabic accent Habibati is pronounced as Habibti.

    Habibi is a term of affection for a male, and habibti is the feminine form of that word. The words literally mean “my love (male)” and “my love (female)” but are used quite loosely in conversation. Men can and do easily call each other habibi, especially in heated arguments. And a man can use habibti when he’s nicely trying to explain something to a female friend without any inference of actual “love”.

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