mah nishma (×ž×” × ×©×ž×¢)
That depends on how you spell it in Hebrew: ישא = he will carry, he will lift up יסע = he will travel
Hi How do i spell my name - Louisa - in Hebrew?
The most popular way to spell Kathy in Hebrew is קאת'י.
Wie geht's? Wie geht's? means how are you? Whats up? is was ist los?
Ch isn't the English pronounciantion there is no English equilivant "ma shlomcha?" how are you? "ma Koreah" whats up? "aich chaya" hows life?
How do you spell "Gerhard-us Koenraad" in Hebrew
There is no "w" in Hebrew, so you would spell it ווקר (pronounced vokehr)
lengends in Hebrew is אגדות
zmgh has no meaning in Hebrew.
Damian in Hebrew is דמיאן.
Klotz is not a Hebrew word, so you would just spell it phonetically as ×§×œ×•×¥
It has no meaning in Hebrew. if you actually meant "Babara", you can spell it ×‘××‘×¨×” But if you meant "Barbara", you can spell it ×‘×¨×‘×¨×”
Aima (horror) in Hebrew:
Chelsea is spelled צ'לסי in Hebrew.
Eric in Hebrew is spelled: אריק
The Hebrew word for Deborah is Dvora (×“×‘×•×¨×”)
Courtney has no Hebrew equivalent, but you can spell it in Hebrew letters as קורטני
There is no Hebrew name for Andrice, but you can spell it in Hebrew letters as אנדריס
Christopher has no meaning in Hebrew, but you can spell it with Hebrew letters as: ×›×¨×™×¡×˜×•×¤×¨
There is no Hebrew name for Tmeiko but you can spell in in Hebrew letters as טמייקו
Monica has no meaning in Hebrew, but you can spell it with Hebrew letters: מוניקה
There is no Hebrew equivalent for Brian, but you can spell in Hebrew letters as בריין
It depends on how you pronounce "Civia". If I were to guess at its pronunciation, I'd spell it ×¡×™×•×•×™×” in Hebrew.