Arabic Verb Conjugation Generator


MAPS suite also has orthographic component come in the four modules shown below, some of which are being developed, however, output samples are available for download as PDF for your convenience, you are also encouraged to send us your sample input for processing free of charge, we accept limited size samples in any form or encoding.

Arabic Text Diacritizer Arabic Corpus Personal Names Retrieval
Arabic Noun Inflector Arabic Roots Arabic Part of Speech Tagger
Arabic Root Extractor Arabic Stems Arabic Text Parser
Arabic Verb Conjugator Loan Words Toponym Romanizer
Arabic Lemmatizer Loan Terms
Arabic Named Entity Extractor Colloquial Arabic
Amharic Verb Conjugator English/Arabic Entity Names

Arabic is a non-concatinative language, it can be described as derivational language meaning that the morphotactics depend rather on affixation i.e. adding morphemes onto the word without changing the root, that is, preserving the core order of the verb binyanim, this results in the highly regular inflectional pattern distinguishing the language.

Kalmasoft Arabic Verb Conjugator is a production full-form derivational tool built on a root-based algorithm; a root like [ksr] "to break" may be seeded into the module to yield roughly 30,000 conjugations which is the thorough listing of the verb paradigm but after applying specific orthographic rules, this is theoretically true for any other triconsonantal sound root.

Kalmasoft also offers the algorithm and/or the list of tagged roots which can then be seeded into the system to create the whole inflectional paradigm of the language back again or just the conjugation table of a specific form of a verb; binary scripts are available and can be obtained too.

Since Arabic has no infinitive form for verbs, current conjugators are limited to the third person masculine singular past tense form which serves as the "dictionary form" used to identify a verb, similar to the infinitive in English, this basic form has no practical or pedagogical use for advanced learners. Our conjugator goes beyond this elementary output and generates the "real world" derivational candidates found in texts that used by native speakers as shown in the sample below.

MAPS Arabic verb conjugator
A screenshot of MAPSOrtho Conjugator interface, you can view the technical specifications. You may also DOWNLOAD Evaluation copy.

  The sample given below contains multilingual text. Without proper rendering support, you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols instead of the correct intended characters, you may download the suitable fonts from our lingual support page.

ACT: ActiveIMP: ImperativeM: masculine
PAS: PassiveJUS: JussiveF: feminine
PRF: PerfectiveEMP: Emphatic1: first person
IMF: ImperfectiveS: singular2: second person
IND: IndicativeD: dual3: third person
SUB: SubjunctiveP: plural-: not applicable
Arguments {P: person (1st, 2nd, 3rd); N: number (Singular, Dual, Plural); G: gender (Feminine, Masculine)}

Relational Categories
Subject Arguments
Conjugated Stem
Object Arguments
ID Voice Tense Mood Form P N G Verb KATS G N P
1 ACT PRF IND I 1 S M كَسَرْتُهَا kasar&tu-haA F S 3
2 ACT PRF IND I 2 S F كَسَرْتِهَا kasar&ti-haA F S 3
3 ACT PRF IND I 1 P M كَسَرْنَاهَا kasar&naA-haA F S 3
4 ACT PRF IND I 3 S F كَسَرْنَاهُمْ kasar&naA-hum& M P 3
5 ACT PRF IMP I 2 D M إكْسِراهِنْ Ek&siraA-hin& F P 2
6 ACT PRF IMP I 2 D F إكْسِراهِنْ Ek&siraA-hin& F P 2
7 ACT PRF IND I 3 D F كَسَرَتَاكُمْ kasarataA-kum& M P 2
8 ACT PRF IND I 3 P M كَسَرُوكُمْ kasaruw-kum& M P 2
9 ACT IMP ENR I 1 P M نَكْسِرَنَّكُمَا nak&siran~a-kumaA M D 2
10 ACT IMP ENR I 1 P F نَكْسِرَنَّكِ nak&siran~a-ki F S 2
11 ACT PRF IND I 1 P M كَسَرْنَاهُمَا kasar&naA-humaA F D 3
12 ACT PRF IND I 1 P M كَسَرْنَاهُ kasar&naA-hu M S 3
13 ACT IMP SUB I 2 S M تَكْسِرَهُ tak&sira-hu M S 1
14 ACT IMP SUB I 3 S M يَكْسِرَهُمَا yak&sira-humaA M D 3
15 ACT IMP IND I 2 S M تَكْسِرَهُ tak&sira-hu M S 1
16 ACT IMP IND I 2 S F تَكْسِرِينَهُ tak&siriyna-hu M S 1
17 ACT IMP JUS I 2 D M تَكْسِرَاهُمْ tak&siraA-hum& M P 3
18 ACT IMP JUS I 3 D F تَكْسِرَاكَ tak&siraA-ka M S 2
19 ACT IMP IND I 3 P M يَكْسِرُونَكُمْ yak&siruwna-kum& M P 2
20 ACT IMP IND I 2 D F تَكْسِرَانَكُمْ tak&siraAna-kum& M P 2
21 ACT IMP IND I 2 P M يَكْسِرَانَهُمْ yak&siraAna-hum& M D 3
22 ACT IMP SUB I 1 S - أكْسِرَهُمَا !k&sira-humaA M D 3
23 ACT IMP JUS I 2 P M تَكْسِرُوهُمَا tak&siruw-humaA M D 3
24 ACT IMP JUS I 2 P F تَكْسِرْنَهُمَا tak&sir&na-humaA M D 3
25 PAS PRF IND I - - - كُسِرْتُ kusir&-tu - S 1
26 PAS PRF IND I - - - كُسِرْتِ kusir&-ti F S 2
27 PAS PRF IND I - - - كُسِرْتَ kusir&-ta M S 2
28 PAS PRF IND I - - - كُسِرَا kusira-A - D 3
29 PAS PRF IND I - - - تُكْسَرْنَ tuk&sar&-na F P 2
30 PAS PRF IND I - - - تُكْسَرُونَ tuk&saruw-na M P 2
31 PAS PRF IND I - - - كُسِرْتُمَا kusir&-tumaA - D 2
32 PAS PRF IND I - - - كُسِرْتُنَّ kusir&-tun~a F P 2
33 PAS PRF IND I - - - كُسِرْتُمْ kusir&-tum& M P 2
34 PAS PRF IND I - - - كُسِرُوا kusiru-wA M P 3
35 PAS PRF IND I - - - كُسِرَتَا kusira-taA F D 3
36 PAS PRF IND I - - - كُسِرْنَا kusir&-naA - P 1
37 PAS IMP JUS I - - - أُكْسَرْ !uk&sar& M S 1
38 PAS IMP JUS I - - - يُكْسَرَا yuk&sara-A M D 3
39 PAS IMP IND I - - - يُكْسَرَانِ yuk&sara-Ani M D 3
40 PAS IMP IND I - - - تُكْسَرِينَ tuk&sari-yna F S 2
41 PAS IMP SUB I - - - يُكْسَرَ yuk&sara M S 3
42 PAS IMP SUB I - - - نُكْسَرَ nuk&sara - P 1
43 PAS IMP ENR I - - - تُكْسَرَنَّ tuk&sara-n~a M S 2
44 PAS IMP ENR I - - - يُكْسَرُنَّ yuk&saru-n~a F P 3
45 PAS IMP JUS I - - - تُكْسَرِي tuk&sari-y F S 2
46 PAS IMP JUS I - - - يُكْسَرُوا yuk&saru-wA M D 3
47 PAS IMP IND I - - - نُكْسَرُ nuk&saru - P 1
48 PAS IMP IND I - - - تُكْسَرَانِ tuk&sara-Ani - D 2

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