yod


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yod

(jʊd) or

yodh

n
(Letters of the Alphabet (Foreign)) the tenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet (י), transliterated as y
[C18: from Hebrew, literally: hand]

yod

or yodh

(yʊd; Heb. yɔd)

n.
the tenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
[1725–35; < Hebrew yōdh, akin to yādh hand]
Translations

yod

[jɒd] Nyod f
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China IPTV selected YOU On Demand as one of our most favoured content partners based on the fact that YOD is already a recognised name with established service partnerships with some of the leading IPTV and OTT operators in China.
lta bur mtshon na/ lung pa re re bzhin rtsa bar mi kho rang tsho'i chos lugs ye shu dang kha che gang zhigyin na'ng/ dkon mchog layid ches byas te man' bskyal/ dam bca' byed pa sogs byas nas 'gro ba yin dus/ ming btags ma btags ma gtogs dngos gnas byas na chos srid zung 'brel red bsdad yod pa red/ chos srid zung 'brel gyi lam lugs nang mi zhig gi chang sa rgyag stangs dang/ skye ba nas 'chi ba'i bar 'gro stangs cha tshang byas/ gzhung gi las ka.
Daffodil, a web-based system developed by the Institute of Public Care for the Welsh Government to gather information to show potential need for care over the next 20 years, gives these figures: | In the Vale of Glamorgan during 2012, the number of people suffering with YOD was 34, rising to 36 by 2025.
Though the group was short-lived--dis-persing in 1977, two years after Yod died unexpectedly in a hang gliding accident--its legacy of meandering psych-rock, exuberant sexuality and long robes continues to reverberate in the worlds of style and music alike, thanks in large part to the massive archive of photos, posters, hand-written ephemera, sound recordings and film footage that Aquarian compiled and captured.
Albertazzi has regularized (but not modernized) spelling, capitalization, accents, punctuation, yod representation (y and j) and the use of the cedilla.
The resort offers views on a group of islands lying south on the eastern tip of Dolphin Bay, with the Sam Roi Yod National Park mountain ranges as a backdrop.
From another group of Semites, the Israelites, came the God of the alphabet, the eternal, all-powerful and unchanging God whose name is represented by four Hebrew letters Yod Hay Vav Hay (YHWH), commonly rendered in English as Jehovah.
More recent Christian interpreters, listening hopefully to the yod (the y sound in mar-y-am), have attempted to hear a scrap of the Divine Name.
Matt Atkin was bar mitzvahed in 2005 and as part of his ceremony, presented a yod (``hand'' used for keeping the reader's place, as the face of a Torah is not to be touched) to the Stein family, who donated a Torah in their mother's name in 2004.
aleph kaf lamed, "Food for Thought"; dalet yod nun, "Res Ipsa Loquitur;" heh peh kaf "au contraire"; nun heh gimmel, "The Custom is Always Right;" tsadi dalet kof "Doing What Comes Judicially;" shin kaf het, "Fuhgehdahboudit.
Yod Suek of the Shan State Army said that "the reason for the bombs is a conflict of interest among senior officials of the army and has to do with the ousting of Khin Nyunt.