Hebrew alphabet


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Noun1.Hebrew alphabet - a Semitic alphabet used since the 5th century BC for writing the Hebrew language (and later for writing Yiddish and Ladino)Hebrew alphabet - a Semitic alphabet used since the 5th century BC for writing the Hebrew language (and later for writing Yiddish and Ladino)
alphabet - a character set that includes letters and is used to write a language
unicameral script - a script with a single case
aleph - the 1st letter of the Hebrew alphabet
beth - the 2nd letter of the Hebrew alphabet
gimel - the 3rd letter of the Hebrew alphabet
daleth - the 4th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
he - the 5th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
waw - the 6th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
zayin - the 7th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
heth - the 8th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
teth - the 9th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
yodh - the 10th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
kaph - the 11th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
lamedh - the 12th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
mem - the 13th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
nun - the 14th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
samekh - the 15th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
ayin - the 16th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
pe - the 17th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
sadhe - the 18th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
qoph - the 19th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
resh - the 20th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
sin - the 21st letter of the Hebrew alphabet
shin - the 22nd letter of the Hebrew alphabet
taw - the 23rd letter of the Hebrew alphabet
Translations
alfabeto hebraico
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As the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet, linked to the breath of creation, the Aleph could be the mystical goal of the narrator's quest - but, then again, he might just be losing his mind.
Exercises include pranayama (deep breathing), Ophanim (postures based on the Hebrew alphabet) and qi gong.
Jesus recites the Hebrew alphabet before it's taught to him.
Aleph is the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet, and bet is the second and the equivalent to the English "b." The letter "d" in English is usually attributed to the Greek delta, "but I think it refers to the fourth Hebrew letter, daled." -- *Please view video for *
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I learned while in sermon prep in this passage from Proverbs, that Proverbs 31:10-31 is an acrostic which sequentially incorporates the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet.
In this painting, letters of the Hebrew alphabet overlay the outline of the borders of Israel to create a political statement about the fraught relationship between the biblical ideal of the Promised Land and the contemporary fight over the modern borders of the state.
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His beard balm company, "Aleph Male," is more than a clever word play on the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet. He says it expresses Jewish values that stand in sharp contrast to the tough Alfa Male narrative often associated with facial hair.
It is within this broader context of Hebrew supersession and Hebrew menace that the Hebrew alphabet appears.
"The Hebrew Library" has rather more examples, several donated by Claymond: a late-twelfth-century parchment manuscript written in Arabic using the Hebrew alphabet; three parchment manuscripts with Hebrew and Latin side by side; a Basel edition (1535) of the Psalms in Hebrew and Latin, bought new by Claymond just before his death; and a copy of the seminal text for Hebrew biblical study, Rashi's Commentaries, stolen from the Hebrew scholar Robert Wakefield by Richard Collier, vicar of Sittingbourne (nos.
Israel was established on the ruins of Palestine, based on a series of objectives that were initialed by letters from the Hebrew alphabet, the consequences of which continue to guide Israeli strategies to this day.