Verb : Ramdan

There is an Arabic verb only used in Egypt and only used in the holy month of Ramadan

The verb of Ramdan يرمضن

This verb means to spend and celebrate the holy month of Ramadan with from food customs to prayings and so on with your family

It is more a social verb from the Egyptian common language , he will ramdan with his family , with his son in Alexandria or where ever

Unfortunately this verb is venishing , not many young people are familiar with it despite its beauty. Even me , the first time I hear it with from two days when my grand ma was speaking with her sister

"x" is going to ramdan with his son

I guess there is no such verb in the world in any language for Ramadan like in Egypt

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