What does mabrook mean>>>?

I heard some people say Mabrook. I am confused. Does it mean congratulations? Is the same as Mubarak? In farsi it is Mubarak. Is Mabrook a arabic word?

17 Answers

  • ?
    1 month ago

    Congrats. It literally means “Blessed” in Arabic. So when you are congratulating someone, you say it in terms that it is blessed.

  • FaRaZ KhUwAjA
    1 month ago

    Mabrook Means Congratulations IN arabic !! In Urdu, Punjabi and Farsi its Mubarik !!

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Mabrook. Mabrook.

  • mohamed Tiger
    1 month ago

    yes Mabrook is arabic word <<< it mean congratulations ,,, on other country in the arabic area )))

  • derek
    1 month ago


    Meaning: This word means ‘(You are) blessed’. It is a commonly-used word said to someone who has received something good. It is a means of congratulation.

    True Form: مبروك

  • ♥Susan♥R♥
    1 month ago

    It means congratulations. Usually for any kind of an accomplishment, such as graduation, birth of a child, getting married, buying a new house, or a new car.

    Mubarak is said after the word Eid usually Eid Mubarak means Happy Eid.

  • h*d**ILY**:)
    1 month ago

    Mabrook means blessed or you are blessed. It is a means of congratulations used when someone has received something good. It is Islamic.

  • Mai
    1 month ago

    It doesnt mean Yes like what the first answer says. It means good for you in arabic. How do I no? Because i speak the language. 🙂

  • Am nOt thE oTheR
    1 month ago

    no it isn’t arabic word but familiar word in some arabic country. Still, it’s a wrong word because it doesn’t make any sense the right one is Mubarak

  • Rafah
    1 month ago

    It’s Arabic and people use it to say “congratulations.”


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