umevorach (×•×ž×‘×•×¨×š) is pronounced oo-meh-vo-RAHKH
umevorach = ×•×ž×‘×•×¨×š
oo me vo
umevorach (ומבורך) is actually two words in English: "and blessed"u (ו) = andmevorach (מבורך) = blessedThis word is common in the phrase Shabbat Shalom umevorach, "A peaceful and blessed Sabbath".
There is no such Hebrew word.
Israelis would pronounce the name Kenneth as Kenet, since there is no th in Hebrew.
am (×¢×), the Hebrew word for "people", is pronounced AHM.
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×¨).
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.
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.