The chief language of the UAE, Arabic ranks for one of the most spoken in the world. Here are some of the Popular Fruits Names in Arabic!
The significance of Arabic lies in the fact that the Quran provided by Allah to Mohammad was written in this finest language. If you too are mesmerized by the beauty of this language you can add to your vocabulary a little more with the help of this list of Fruits Names in Arabic!
Check out our article on vegetable names in Arabic here
Popular Fruits Names in Arabic
1. Star Fruit
Arabic Name: Fakihat Ennajem
This citric fruit in the translucent yellow shade produces starry slices upon cutting.
Arabic Name: Mango
Fully ripened mangoes taste second to none!
Arabic Name: Juava / Shajarat Aljawafa
Aromatic and delicious guava is cherished with salt seasoning and goes well in chutney and mocktails.
Arabic Name: Khoukh / Khawkh
Peach uses in savory recipes have gained high popularity.
Arabic Name: Biabaya / Shajarat Albabay
Known for its immense health benefits, papayas are the best for stomach and skin related ailments.
Arabic Name: Ainab / Aleunab
Luscious grapes are the best refreshment for summers.
Arabic Name: Sapota / Chikoo
Sapodilla flesh has a gritty texture and malty flavor.
Arabic Name: Romman
Packed with Vitamin-C, K, and minerals, the jewel-like arils can be made into smoothies.
Arabic Name: Tuffah
Regular consumption of apples wards off the many diseases.
10. Custard Apple
Arabic Name: Ashta / Qashtah
Arabic Name: Bortoqal
High antioxidants, zero fat, and low calorie of oranges help in keeping weight in check.
Arabic Name: Ananas
This tropical fruit featuring pine-like, spiny rind with a sweet pulp.
Arabic Name: Toot shwkii
Blackberries have earthy notes and can be used in pies.
Arabic Name: Farawelah
Delicate and red strawberries can be stuffed in a muffins or cakes.
Arabic Name: Mawz
Sweet and creamy bananas are best to beat hunger pangs.
Arabic Name: Kommethra / Ijjassa
Pears have versatile uses in a fruit cup, dessert, and porridges.
Arabic Name: Tin
The high fiber content of fig keeps the health in check.
Arabic Name: Bateekh
Watermelon is great to curb sugar cravings and also helps to refuel the body.
Arabic Name: Tamar
Thanks to the natural sweetness dates can be a great substitution to sugar .
Arabic Name: Qasab alsukar
Nothing like a glass of chilly sugarcane juice sprinkled with salt during the scorching summer days.
Arabic Name: Alhind
Arabic Name: Avocado
Buttery avocados with a nutty hint are boon for heart, eyes, and digestive systems.
Arabic Name: Karaz
Color-rich cherries goes best in salads and desserts.
Arabic Name: Kiwi
It has a grassy green flesh with a tarty-sweet taste.
Arabic Name: Safarjal
The intense flavor and solid flesh of quince tenderize upon cooking.
Arabic Name: Mushmush / Michmich
Glossy skin, musky flavor, and a tangy undertone of apricots pairs well with yogurts and salads.