Can someone write "woshnosh" how you would transliterate it in Arabic. Google translate gave me وشنش but I think someone who speaks the language can do better.
I'm learning the language, try using washnash.
Ideally if you're on Windows (idk about other OSes), you should install an arabic keyboard. My laptop has arabic stickers on the keyboard so it's easy for me, you could either buy some or use transliteration/phonetic keyboards off the net instead of official ones from microsoft. win+space to switch. I have a phinetic Russian keyboard and it's way easier than having to learn the Russian layout or buying stickers.
Also, washnash could be a regional Arabic word, Google Translate only plays well with Modern Standard Arabic
I don't actually speak Afabic, just borrowed a book from the library and taught myself the alphabet during work commutes.
What Google gave you looks about right. The thing that looks like a g is their 'w'. The three spikes with the triangle of dots above it is the letter 'sh'; notice it shows up again at the end (on the left). The spike with the single dot is the letter 'n'.
So what Google gave you is more or less 'wshnsh' (read right to left.) vowels are not usually written; you sort of figure that out the appropriate vowels by the context of the sentence.