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Hebrew WOD

Hebrew Word of the day – attractive (adjective)

Here’s today’s Hebrew word and its pronunciation, plus a sentence using the word. If you have a specific word or phrase you’d like to see covered here, leave me a comment!

מושך – attractive

How to say it: mo-SHEKH

In a sentence: אני מוצא אנשים שאוהבים אדונאי מושכים

Pronunciation: a-NIY mo-TZE a-na-SHIM she-o-ha-VIYM A-do-NAI Moshe-KHIYM

Meaning: I admit, I find people who love the L-RD to be attractive.

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Hebrew Word of the day – to rain (verb)

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לרדת גשם – to rain

How to say it: la-RED-dit GE-shem

In a sentence:עוֹמֵד לָרֶדֶת גֶּשֶׁם. תָּבִיא מִטְּרִיָּה

Pronunciation: o-MED la-RED-dit GE-shem. ta-VEE meet-ree-YAH

Meaning: It’s going to rain. Bring an umbrella.

Hebrew Word of the day – to become (verb)

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להפוך – to become

How to say it: la-ha-FOKH

In a sentence:הוּא רָצָה לְהָפוּךְ יְהוּדֵי

Pronunciation: hu ra-tza l’ha-fukh ye-hu-dei.

Meaning: He wanted to become Jewish.

hebrew word of the day – enemy (noun)

Did you know that the Jewish people are the most persecuted people in the world? They are—and they always have been. I guess when God chooses you as a people for Himself, you make lots of enemies.

אויב – enemy; אויבים – enemies

How to say it: o-YEV. (plural o-ye-VIM)

In a sentence:הֵם אוֹיְבִים מושבעים

Pronunciation: hem o-ye-VIM moosh-vo-IM.

Meaning: They are sworn enemies.

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