There is no such Hebrew word.
devira is not a Hebrew word.
am (×¢×), the Hebrew word for "people", is pronounced AHM.
Getsatsah doesn't appear to be a Hebrew word.
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.
There is no such word in Hebrew, but it's close to the word pesher (×¤×©×¨) which means "meaning" or "intent.
Sceadu is an Old English word, not a Hebrew word. See related links for pronunciation.
There is no Hebrew equivalent to this word, and no concept of it in Judaism. In Israel, they use the English word, which they pronounce as mee-see-on-air.
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×¨).
You pronounce the los as if it were the word lost with out the t and you pronounces angeles an-gel-es.
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.
dod is pronounced DOHD
DOH-dah (×“×•×“×”) "Aunt"
the woh-rd Rah-shh-es! :)
sedekah is not a Hebrew word. It looks like you might be referring to tsedakah (×¦×“×§×”) which is pronounced tsdah-KAH.
First off, that is a hebrew word meaning Alexis. You would pronounce it Ah-lex-is.
Purim (×¤×•×¨×™×) is pronounced poo-REEM in Sefardic Hebrew and POUR-im in Ashkenazic Hebrew.
Shakhor (שחור), pronounce shah-KHOR
There is no Hebrew word for Charisma. Israelis just use the word "charisma" (spelled כָרִיזְמָה) and they pronounce the ch as a gutteral sound, as in German.
There is no Hebrew word for shylockian. You could say קְשֵׁה לֵב (ksheh-lev) which means hard-hearted.
English speakers typically pronounce it "KANE-en". The Hebrew word is pronounced "K'NAH-ahn".
The Hebrew word kara (×§×¨× meaning to read, call, or ×›×¨×¢ meaning to rip) is pronounced kah-RAH in English.
symbol = ×¡×ž×œ (SEM-el)
Bond = KESH-ehr (×§×©×¨)
I don't know how to pronounce it. Sorry. Here is the wordזרע
deet-SAH (×“×™×¦×”) which means "joy".
potter (noun) = kadarpotter (verb) = hitbatel
morah (×ž×•×¨×”) is pronounced mo-RAH
sherút (שרות) is pronounced sheh-ROOT
yimiyahu is not a Hebrew word. Perhaps you're asking about the Hebrew equivalent of Jeremiah, which is Yirmeyahu (×™×¨×ž×™×”×•), pronounced, yeer-meh-YAH-hoo.
This is actually a Christianized word for the Hebrew word Tsva'ot (×¦×‘××•×ª) which means "hosts" or "armies". It's a difficult word to pronounce, but it's pronounced tsvah-OHT.
Chris is pronounced like kreess and the hebrew word for man is ××™×©, pronounced eesh.
Haganah (הגנה) is pronounced hah-gah-NAH
nasa, meaning to carry, is pronounced nah-SAH
Hi as in hit and phil as in phil. Accent on phil.
boker (×‘×•×§×¨), meaning "morning," is pronounced BO-kair
charaz (חָרַז) = "to rhyme" It is pronounced khah-RAHZ
shlakheyni (שלחיני) is pronounced shlah-KHAY-nee
In Hebrew is means Yeshua but you pronounce it as Yesh - wah. :)
you pronounce it bearesheet or בראשית. first you say bear then the EA sound and then simply sheet and that's how you pronounce the word
Hebrew is pronounced He-Broo
yimiyahu is not a Hebrew word. It looks like yirmeyahu (×™×¨×ž×™×”×•), which is the Hebrew equivalent of Jeremiah. That is pronounced yeer-may-YAH-hu.
ah-vo-TIE (××‘×•×ª×™×™) "my ancestors"
It is pronounced "yah-TOM" (with the accent on the second syllable).
nislach (× ×¡×œ×—) = nee-SLAHKH, where "kh" is a gutteral sound
Nimtze'ah (× ×ž×¦××”) is pronounced neem-tseh-AH
pninah (×¤× ×™× ×”) is pronounced PNEE-nah (the p is NOT silent).
Today we pronounce it Chavah. The "ch" is a light rasping sound.
Yahud, a town in Israel, is pronounced yah-HOOD
If you are talking about the Hebrew word for fire, it depends: Non-Israeli Jews pronounce it AYSH, (almost rhyming with beige, except with an sh on the end) In Israel, it's pronounced ESH, with a short e.
Sna'ee (×¡× ××™), meaning "squirrel", is pronounced snah-EE. the accent is on the end of the word. See related links for a website that pronounces Hebrew words.