Job and Occupations in Moroccan Arabic

In this article, we will see Jobs & Occupations in Moroccan Arabic and how Moroccans pronounce them for a Masculine gender. In general, for the Feminine gender, you just add ” a ” in the end of the word and you can check the article about the Feminine form in Moroccan Arabic.

List of Occupations in Moroccan Arabic

Mo3alim : Teacher ( Primary school )

Ostad : Professor  ( Middle, High school and University )

Student : Talib

Researcher : Ba7it

Grocer ( Convenient store owner ) : Moul L7anout  

Vegetables seller : Khddar / Moul Lkhodra

Guardien : 3assas

Driver : Chifor

Butcher : Gezzar

Butcher ( who Sells only Chicken ) : Moul Djaj

Cook : Tbbakh

Spices Seller : 3attar

A hairdresser ( M ) : 7alla9 / 7llaq and you may hear Coiffeur ( French word ) 

A hairdresser ( F ) : Coiffeura 

Plumber : Plombi

Carpenter : Nejjar

Tailor : Khiyyat

Mechanic : Mikanisian

Electrician : Trisian

Welder : Soudour

Builder : Bnay

Florist : Moul Lwerd

farmer : Flla7

Doctor : Tbib

Dentist : Tbib d Ssnan / Tbib dyal Ssnan

Nurse ( Male ) : Fermli

Policeman : Bolisi

Gendarme : Jadarmi

Soldier : 3eskri

Writer : Katib

Employee : Mowaddaf

Engineer : Mohendis

Investor : Mostatmir

Accountant : Mo7asib

Actor : Momttil

Architect : Mohandis Mi3mari

Cashier : Kisyi

Director : Modir

Inspector : Mofttish

Journalist : Sa7afi

Judge : Qadi

Lawyer : Mo7ami

Painter : Ressam

Pilot Pilote

Psychologist : Tbib nafsi

Shoemaker : Kherraz

Singer : Moghnni

Translator : Motarjim

Waiter : Serbay

Learn more Vocabulary :

You may be also interested in how to introduce yourself in Moroccan Arabic.

If you want to know the equivalent of any occupation not mentionned above, you can write it in the comment section bellow.

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