Habibi in Arabic Mean?

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The Arabic word habibi means 'beloved', 'my darling', 'my good friend' or 'the one I like'. It is pronounced 'hah BEE bee'. The word is commonly used in Arabic song titles and lyrics.
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Habibi is an Arabic which means 'my darling' for a male object of affection. It can also mean 'my love' or 'my beloved'. The feminine form of it is habibti or habibati. The word habibi can symbolize any of various less formal relationships and can serve as a term of endearment at the corresponding level such as friend.
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