aleph-bet

aleph-bet

(ˈɑlefˈbet) or

aleph-beis

n
(Judaism) the Hebrew alphabet
[from the first two letters]
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The first is that, being constructed as an alphabetical acrostic (with the exception of the letter nun), (1) it enlists the whole of the aleph-bet to extol the deeds of the Almighty.
The daily recital of Psalms, originally by heart, was facilitated by the use of acrostics such as the aleph-bet structure of Psalm 145, making it very popular.
the first letter of the aleph-bet, the last letter and the letter in the middle.
I asked my father how he could have mistaken the delicate curves of the Hebrew aleph-bet for the harsh certainty of cold German-issued numbers.
An Aleph-Bet song is the highlight of this program designed to show viewers that learning a new language can be fun
As soon as I heard this aspect of Friedmann, I tied the real request to find his relatives to a reward pertaining to the aleph-bet music.
Memorial contributions may be made to Aleph-Bet Preschool, c/o Beth Israel Synagogue, 40 King Street, Norwalk, CT 06851.
As Scooby's mom, the not Semitic-looking Julie Hagerty is amusingly Jewed-out with a honking Star of David necklace and a metallic Aleph-Bet glittering on her blouse; (the also not Jewish-looking) John Goodman is the underachiever's exasperated dad; a jock brother, Scooby's shiny, happy foil.
Occupying the Museum's second floor Special Events/'yud' gallery will be John Zorn Presents the Aleph-Bet Project.
The image above is the joyous Aleph-Bet, the 22-letter Hebrew alphabet, that is beginning to name the world.