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Hebrew Heart

Hebrew Heart

I love the Hebrew heart! As the language of the Tanach (Old Testament) and arguably the language of G-d, Hebrew is a worthwhile pursuit even if you never travel to Israel, the Holy Land.

Here you will find posts about interesting words and passages, expanded understanding of Biblical concepts from a Hebraic perspective, Jewish recipes, essays on the Feasts of the Lord, and more. Welcome!

How to say “Are you kidding?” in Hebrew

This phrase is awesome and useful. It’s fun to say, too. Use it whenever you want to question someone’s sincerity.

?אַתָּה מִתְלוֹצֵץ Hebrew is read from right to left. If you’re not familiar with the Hebrew alephbet, don’t worry. Here’s how to read the transliteration (Hebrew sounds in English letters):

a-TAH meet-lo-TSETS?

How to say “From Time to Time” in Hebrew

Here’s a phrase that might come in handy when you are trying to convey the idea that it happens occasionally, but not often.

מַדֵּי פַּעַם It takes Hebrew only two words to say what we need four to say. Here’s how to say it.

ma-DAY PA-am.

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