Arabic Wordle

Arabic is just one of scores of languages available to Wordle game players world-wide. Whether your choice for playing the daily word game is in American Sign Language or in Klingon, there is likely an online Wordle puzzle available for you to solve.

In the 1920s it was the Charleston. In the 50s it was the drive-in movies. In the 90s it was tattoos and piercings. And today… it’s Wordle! Chances are that if you don’t play Wordle, you’ve at least heard of it and probably have a number of friends who freely admit that they are full-fledged Wordle addicts. It is definitely the fad of the moment and you may be in a serious minority if you have never heard of it. But just in case…

Wordle is a word game that greets people on the internet each day with a fresh five-letter puzzle. The game was created by Josh Wardle, a Brooklyn-based software engineer who, the story goes, developed the game for his lady friend who loves word games. He apparently dinked around with the first Wordle version as far back as 2013, but in 2019 began to fine-tune it in earnest.

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