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For some reason the arabic names in Wikipedia often are not on the form I find in Arabic sources. The vowels are wrong. For example: A. S. Tritton "Teach yourself Arabic" says that elbow is "mirfaqun", while here it is "marfiq(un)". Why? Is it that Arabic dialects differ so, or that there are so many alternate forms in Arabic, or ... ?? Whassup?Said: Rursus☻ 18:08, 6 July 2008 (UTC)