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and so in certain fields of mathematics the Hebrew letter "alef" -

can represent infinity

Q: How do you say infinity in Hebrew?

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netsach (× ×¦×—) or einsof (××™× ×¡×•×£)

NO BECAUSE YOU CAN ALWAYS SAY INFINITY PLUS ONE!

Infinity is the highest number of all. Technically, some people say that infinity is too much that infinity is 0.

no!

You say 'Yalda' in Hebrew

Latin words meaning infinity are infinitas and infinitio.

As infinity is limitless and the moon is around 250,000 miles away. I'd say infinity.

People say that infinity doesn't have a limit because that is the definition of the word infinity. This term is used in the fields of mathematics and of the sciences particularly physics.

Infantutay

Infinity is the most logical way to say forever.

As Buzz Lightyear would say, "To infinity and beyond!!!"

Has in Hebrew is: YESH