How do you write lia in hebrew?
lia = ×œ××”
Lia has no meaning in Hebrew but it's close to the Hebrew name Leah (×œ××”) which means "weary".
"Con Di lia Si" has no meaning in Hebrew.
Lia in arabic means no
Yes, Lia is an Italian name. Specifically, the name is a feminine proper noun. It originates in the Hebrew×œÖµ×Ö¸×”(Le'ah) of different suggested meanings. The pronunciation will be "LEE-a" in Italian.
How do you write "Oases" in Hebrew
There is no such thing as Hindi Hebrew. But if you are asking how to write it in regular Hebrew, it's ×¨×•×‘×™×Ÿ
If you are asking how to write the words "English Alphabet" in Hebrew, it's אלפבית אנגלית If you are asking how to write Hebrew words with the English Alphabet, there are many different systems.
Possession in Hebrew is רכוש.
Tamila in Hebrew is תמילה.
Lauren in Hebrew: לורן
Elana in Hebrew is ××œ× ×”
There is no language called Israeli. People speak Hebrew and they write using Hebrew alphabets.
There is no k in Hebrew because Hebrew uses a different alphabet, but there are two Hebrew letters with the sound of k: ×› and ×§ (and they are not interchangeable). So if you are trying to write an English word in Hebrew, it would depend on the word.
There is no Hebrew equivalent for Lorraine, but you can write it out in Hebrew letters as לוריין
There is no Hebrew equivalent for Terry, but you can write it in Hebrew letters as טרי
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Yeled is boy in Hebrew (ילד)
The word Purity in Hebrew is "Tohara"
In Hebrew it is spelled like this: סידור
"Prophets" is written in Hebrew as "נביאים".
Anna in Hebrew is Khannah, spelled ×—× ×”
If you are asking how to write the Greek word "tetelestai" phonetically in Hebrew as ×˜×˜×œ×¡×˜×™×™ If you are asking how to translate this word into Hebrew, I believe it means finished, which in Hebrew is gamur (×’×ž×•×¨)
Yes, any Hebrew word can be written in Hebrew script.
Tze'chok is laugh or laughter in hebrew. In Hebrew letters - צחוק
You can't translate Joan into Hebrew, but you can write it with Hebrew letters: ג׳ון
touraj = טוראג׳ prounounced TOOR-ahj
عاطفه , if I understand it correctly means affection. The Hebrew word is רגש (REG-esh) If you want to write عاطفه phonetically in Hebrew, it's עאטפה
You can't go to a website to write Hebrew. You have to go to the control panel on your computer and go to regional and language settings and add the Hebrew keyboard.
Saba is the word for grandfather in Hebrew (סבא)
Shmuel - or, as we would write it in Hebrew, שְׁמוּאֵל
The Branah website has a Hebrew keyboard.
Trevor has no meaning in Hebrew. But you can write it out phonetically as ×˜×¨×•×•×¨
Janaya has no meaning in Hebrew. But you can write it ×’×³× ××™×”
The Hebrew name for Jared is Yered = ×™×¨×“
The word "Cheryl" translates into Hebrew as שריל
Jeffrey in Hebrew is (from right to left): ג׳פרי
Hebrew has letters, not symbols. This is how you write in Hebrew "Unity": אחדות (it is pronounced Achdut").
Sorry, it has no meaning in Hebrew. But if you are asking how to write it using Hebrew letters, it is: ×›×¨×™×¡×•×¤×¨
Christopher is pronounced in Hebrew the same as it is in English. In Hebrew letters, the name is: כריסטופר
Ryan is ×¨××™×Ÿ in both ancient Hebrew and Modern Hebrew.
Crystal is not a Hebrew name so it has no meaning in Hebrew. But you can write it: ×§×¨×™×¡×˜××œ
Sherry has no meaning in Hebrew. Only names that come from Hebrew have a meaning in Hebrew. But you can write Sherry with Hebrew letters: שרי
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to write dianne is herbrew its דייאן
The name Denice has no meaning in Hebrew. Only Hebrew names have meaning in Hebrew. But you can write it phonetically as דניס
Foreign Names have no meaning in Hebrew. But you can write Donald using Hebrew letters: ×“×•× ×œ×“
Mackenzie is not of Hebrew origin and has no meaning in Hebrew. But you can write it out phonetically as ×ž××§× ×–×™
With english characters it would be: Rivka the nick-name of Rivka is Rivki to write Rivka in its Hebrew form it is: רבקה
Manuel in Hebrew is Immanu-el, spelled: ×¢×ž× ×•××œ (You can also write Manuel phonetically as ×ž× ×•××œ)