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Celebrate Eid Al-Fitr with 6 Arabic Phrases

Eid Al-Fitr

We wish our dear readers, Arabic language learners, and the Muslim community a Happy Eid.

Did You Know?
Eid al-Fitr
varies its date each year based on the Islamic lunar calendar.

Do you want to learn how to say Eid greetings to your friends and family in Arabic? 

In today’s blog, we will share with you 6 Eid Al-Fitr Arabic Phrases that can be used to spread joy and happiness with the arrival of this special occasion.

Phrase 1: عيدُكُم مُباركٌ


ʻYdukum mubārkun

This is the most common phrase used to congratulate Muslims on the completion of the month of Ramadan. It can be translated to “Your happy holiday is blessed”.

Phrase 2: كُلُّ عامٍ وأنتُم بِخير

Kullu ʻāmin wʼntum bikhyr

This is also a frequently used greeting in Eid Al-Fitr and in many holidays and special days, such as Eid Al-Adha, Hijri New Year, the start of Ramadan, New Year’s, and even birthdays. The phrase translates to “Wishing you well every year.”

Phrase 3: عيدُ فِطرٍ سَعيدٍ

ʻYdu fiṭrin saʻydin

This phrase is simple and direct. You can use it to wish others a happy Eid Al-Fitr. 

Phrase 4: عساكُم من عوّادِه

ʻAsākum min ʻwwādih

This Eid greeting is also very common, especially in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries. It translated to “ May you celebrate it repeatedly”.

Phrase 5: تقبَّلَ اللهُ طاعَتَكُم

Tqbbala allhu ṭāʻatakum

This phrase is more of a supplication added to common greetings. It asks Allah to ask the prayer and fasting performed in the holy month of Ramadan. It translated to “May Allah accept your obedience”.

Phrase 6: كلُّ سنةٍ وأنتُم سالِمون

(Kllu sntin wʼntum sālimwn)

 This is another common greeting that is used to congratulate Muslims on the coming of Eid and the completion of the month of fasting. Like كل عام وأنتم بخير, it is used in other Islamic holidays and it translates to “Every year, may you be safe”.

Are you interested in reading more blogs about Ramadan? Check out our blog on Ramadan rituals and what they mean here.

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Dania Ghraoui
Dania has worked as a language instructor and translator for almost 10 years. She has a special interest in the Arabic language and learning methods.
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