how to pronounce jobs and occupations in moroccan arabic

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

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