club, as in group or society = kloob (×§×œ×•×‘)
club, as in a weapon = alah (××œ×”)
In Hebrew is means Yeshua but you pronounce it as Yesh - wah. :)
Hebrew is pronounced He-Broo
There is no such Hebrew word.
Israelis would pronounce the name Kenneth as Kenet, since there is no th in Hebrew.
devira is not a Hebrew word.
You pronounce the name Michael, Mike ul. The name is Hebrew and the people who speak that language pronounce that... or at least they used to. I learned that in a Hebrew class.
If you are asking how to pronounce the name Tiara in Hebrew, it's pronounced "tiara." If you are asking what the Hebrew word for a tiara is, it's kÃ©tehr (×›×ª×¨).
Teresa is pronounced the same in Hebrew as it is in English.
am (×¢×), the Hebrew word for "people", is pronounced AHM.
Its pronounced the same in Hebrew as it is in English.
If you're asking what the Hebrew equivalent of Suzanne is, it's shoshanah (×©×•×©× ×”). If you're asking how to pronounce the word "Suzanne" in Hebrew, it would be about the same as in English.
Hebrew = osher (אושר) Latin = laetatio
Ila is pronounced exactly the same in Hebrew as it is in English.
Bridgette is pronounced the same in Hebrew as it is in English.
Janice is pronounced the same in Hebrew as it is in English.
You would use your mouth, teeth, and tongue to pronounce a hebrew word. Sometimes the palate and uvular area are used, as well as the larynx.
Ginah, Hebrew for garden
hagah (×”×’×”) = "to pronounce"
It's pronounced the same in Hebrew as it is in English.
If you are asking how Hebrew words are pronounced, you'll have to be a bit more specific.
Naomi in Hebrew is × ×¢×ž×™, pronounced no-OH-mee
Getsatsah doesn't appear to be a Hebrew word.
It's pronounced the same in Hebrew as it is in English. It is also related to the Hebrew name Gavriela (גבריאלה)
Ryan is pronounced the same in Hebrew as it is in English. You can spell it ראין or רייאן
Chamele has no meaning in Hebrew. But if you could tell me how to pronounce it, I can show you out to write it out phonetically in Hebrew letters.
Purim (×¤×•×¨×™×) is pronounced poo-REEM in Sefardic Hebrew and POUR-im in Ashkenazic Hebrew.
In English: Sawl. In Hebrew: Shaool.
It is pronounced the same as in English.
parpar (×¤×¨×¤×¨) = butterfly
If this is a name, we would need to know how to pronounce it in English before we can tell you how to pronounce it in Hebrew. It is spelled × ××¡×™×” and could be pronounced NAH-see-yah, NAY-see-yah, or a few other ways.
First off, that is a hebrew word meaning Alexis. You would pronounce it Ah-lex-is.
Sandy is pronounced about the same in Hebrew as it is in English, only with an Israeli accent.
English speakers typically pronounce it "KANE-en". The Hebrew word is pronounced "K'NAH-ahn".
It depends on how you pronounce Begazo. Since I don't know how to pronounce it, I can only guess: begazo - ×‘×’××–×•
×¨×—×œ, pronounce rah-khel
Wendy = ×•×•× ×“×™ (pronounced Vendy)
You could use "ya-FEH".
Yafeh is pronounced ya-FEH
Unveiled = ×”×¡×¨×” (ha-sah-RAH)
dod is pronounced DOHD
DOH-dah (×“×•×“×”) "Aunt"
KO-dee = ×§×•×“×™
it's pronounced sheh-reel
In Hebrew and Aramaic it is pronounced "Talmye".
pesach (×¤×¡×—) is pronounced PEH-sahkh
Laing has no meaning in Hebrew. Sorry. If you can show me how to pronounce it, I can show you how to write it phonetically.
The English letter V and the Hebrew letter Vav, have the exact same pronunciation.
It depends on how you pronounce "Civia". If I were to guess at its pronunciation, I'd spell it ×¡×™×•×•×™×” in Hebrew.