It depends on the context;
If to mean that something has been finished (as in gone);
ze gamur (זה גמור)
If to mean that someone has finished something or something is over;
ze nigmar (זה נגמר)
There's several other ways to say finished or completed, but I think this adequately covers the question.
the end = hasof (הסוף)
End in Hebrew is Sof (סוף).
yehuda in aramaic is pronounced the same as in Hebrew but spelled with an aleph at the end of the word and not a heh. The aramaic for yehudim is yehudai ending with an aleph followed by a yud
Beulah is a Hebrew name that means "Married". ×‘Ö¼Ö°×¢×•Ö¼×œÖ¸×” = beh-oo-LAH (with the accent on the end)
You say 'Yalda' in Hebrew
Has in Hebrew is: YESH
"Tikra" (תקרה) is how you say ceiling in Hebrew.
Hebrew Communists ended in 1948.
All Hebrew schools do not end on Wednesdays. They end whenever the school administration decides to end the school year.
Shu'taf is partner in Hebrew
Network in Hebrew is 'Reshet'
Inawah has no meaning in Hebrew
Mustache is 'Safam' in Hebrew