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There are many known Arabic lexicons organized on different ways, each of them has a different number of Arabic words according to its organization way. This paper has used mathematical relations to count a number of Arabic words, which proofs the number of Arabic words presented by Al Farahidy. The paper also presents new way to build an electronic Arabic lexicon by using a hash function that converts each word (as input) to correspond a unique integer number (as output), these integer numbers will be used as an index to a lexicon entry.arXiv:1311.6045v1 fatcat:c35ziyuifnfafd5ccrhz7w3vqy