Peach

Peach, (noun), a- (uncountable), xux.

b- (countable), xuxa (xuxat).

Peach tree, xuxa (xuxat), seǧṛet l-xux (s-sǧeṛ taɛ l-xux).


Examples:

Although it it does not seem that way, peaches and almonds are family. - Walukan had c-ci waɛer bac yamen-u l-waḥed, l-xux u l-luz men familya weḥda.

Do you want some peaches? - Ḥebbit takul cwiyya xux?

Farid ate half the peach and handed me the rest. - Farid kla neṣṣ men hadik l-xuxa u ɛṭa-li n-neṣṣ l-uxer.

I am extremely disappointed that Farid has all manner of apple trees in his garden, but not a single peach tree. - Ṛa-ni mxeyyeb bezzaf ki Farid ɛend-u gaɛ l-ṣnaf taɛ s-sǧeṛ t-teffaḥ f l-ǧnan taɛ-u, beṣṣeḥ ma ɛend-u ḥetta seǧṛa taɛ l-xux.

I bought some peaches on the way home from work. - Crit cwiyya xux ki ǧit mwelli men l-xedma l-d-daṛ.

I planted a peach tree in my garden. - Ɣrest seǧṛa taɛ l-xux f l-ǧnan taɛ-i.

This peach is a work of art. - Had l-xuxa teḥfa.

When I was little, I supposedly ate nothing but peaches. - Ki kunt ṣɣir, qalu-li belli kunt nakul ɣir l-xux.


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