This dictionary is an important doorway to a large field of information:
that of the heritage of the Arab and Spanish cultures. It is a helpful
resource for a wide range of audiences - professors, students,
secretaries and travelers. Small in size, yet vast in content, this
dictionary includes the most commonly used words in Arabic and their
translations into Spanish. It even includes specialized terms, such as
those in the scientific, artistic and literary fields. It also contains
most regular and irregular verbs.
In addition, users will find
reference pictures for certain words, in order to facilitate a concrete
understanding of those subjects. The author of this dictionary collected
the Arabic material from The Arab Tongue
by Ibn Manthour and the Inclusive Dictionary
by Fairwz Abady; the Spanish material was gathered from Federico Corriente Dictionary
using the same symbols, abbreviations and signs as in that resource. This Arabic-Spanish dictionary contains about 22,000 common words.