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How do you say hello my Christian brother in Hebrew?
שלום אח שלי נוצרי or Shalom akhi sheli nozri. Some would prefer Shalom akhi sheli Meshichi
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To a girl: "Shalom, ma shlomech?" (שלום, מה שלומך). To a boy: "Shalom, ma shlomcha?" (שלום, מה שלומך).
Hello = Shalom (×©×××) which literally means "peace". It's also usedfor goodbye. Shalom (×©×××), which is also used for "goodbye".
Shalom, Abba. Shalom is hello, Abba is Father.
"Hello" is " Shalom .". To say "What's up?" you can say " Ma koreh ?" . Sometimes, in an informal greeting, the Arabic word " Ahlan " is used.
תודה אחי toda achi
It can be either said as "ach sheli" or as "achi" either one- it doesn't matter
Shalom(hello) Ishah(woman) Yafeh(beautiful) The adjective comes after the noun.
If you are saying it to a male you can say: Ach Shelcha - אח שלך, as well as Achicha - אחיך. If you are saying it to a female you can say both Ach Shelach - אח ש…לך, and Achich - אחיך. If it is said to more than one person, you can say Ach Shelachem - אח שלכם.
yá'át'ééh shitsilí - hello my younger brother yá'át'ééh shinaaí - hello my older brother
To say 'hello' is a form of greeting.
To a male friend: shalom, khaveri (שלום, חברי) To a female friend: shalom, khaverti (שלום, חברתי) (the kh is a gutteral sound)
אח קטן - Ach Katan.
A man to his brother - Ani ohev ot'cha, akhi ( ??? ???? ???? ???) A woman to her brother - Ani ohevet ot'cha, akhi (??? ????? ???? ??? )
You may say something along the lines of "Niichan, konnichiwa."
Shalom Ach (Ach sounds like a German would pronounce the name of the composer - Bach)
A:As the identification of the Jewish Messiah with Jesus is not accepted within Judaism, the Talmudic term for Christians in Hebrew is Notzrim ("Nazarenes").
אתה אח ברוך הבא I believe this is how you would write it according to Google Translate but I can't read it aloud... luckily, so many people learn Hebrew for religi…on that a pronunciation key is not hard to find on-line (it's read from right to left). Most christian pastors who attended a seminary had to learn the Ancient Hebrew and some form of Ancient Greek in their studies because the Bible is written in Hebrew (Old Testament) and Greek (New Testament) My father knows the old Hebrew but I don't know if he could tell you how they say it now in Israel