What are the common Eid greetings?!



These greetings can be said during the Muslim celebration of Eid ul-Fitr
and Eid ul-Adha
Note: The English translation is just for learners of the Arabic language to know what they mean. They are not meant to be used as a greeting. You should greet in the Arabic language itself and not use the translation. 😉
كُلَّ عَام وَأَنْتَ بِخَيْر
Kulla 3am wa anta bikhair
عِيْدُكُمْ مُبَارَك
3edukom mubaarak
Meaning: Every year and you are fine, blessed Eid to all of you.
or
عِيْد مُبَارَك
3ed mubaarak
Meaning: Wishing you a blessed Eid.
Reply:
وَأَنْتَ بِخَيْر
Wa anta bikhair
Meaning: And you are well.
عِيد مُبَارَك عَلَيْنَا وَعَلَيْكُم
3ed mubaarak 3alaina wa 3alaikom
Meaning: Blessed Eid to us and to

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