How would you say and spell City Victorious in Hebrew?
eer menatsachat (×¢×™×¨ ×ž× ×¦×—×ª)
The best thing to do is to spell it phonetically: × ×™×• ×’×³×¨×•×¡×œ× If you tried to translate it into Hebrew, it would be ×™×¨×•×©×œ×™× ×—×“×©×” but this would have no meaning because Jerusalem is such an old city.
If you are asking what the hebrew word bo, means, it depends on how you spell it: ×‘×•× = come! ×‘×• = in him, in it, with him, with it ×‘×• = Bo (a city in Sierra Leone)
City of Malibu, California = ×¢×™×¨ ×ž×œ×™×‘×• ×§×œ×™×¤×•×¨× ×™×”
You would have the name of a city - the letters spell PARIS (they also spell PAIRS, but that it not "the name of a ..."). Paris France CITY
The city of Bern ? That would be Berne.
Those letters will spell the city of Antwerp.
The Greeks were victorious and the city of Troy was burned.
Copenhagen has no meaning in Hebrew, other than the name of a Danish city. (Only Hebrew names have meaning in Hebrew.)
Yes it would look like this: Portland,Oregon
You can spell the city name Antwerp from the letters rtwapne. Antwerp is a city in Belgium.
City. or Stadt.
That is the city of Quebec.
becuse they dont know hoe to spell lile me
Baltimore for the SHA crossword #14 josh
The city of God, Jerusalem.
I believe it would be the "jaksonville" DBs. BTW, are you from there? If so, you should learn how to spell the name of the city you reside.
A likely common word would be "nausea" (a sick or queasy feeling). The closest proper name would be Nashua, a city in New Hampshire.
The city is Indianapolis.
The city is Cologne (Köln) in Germany.
עיר (pronounced like "ear")
The city names include Polhengoda (part of Colombo, Sri Lanka) and Donegal (Ireland). The letters may have been miscopied, as another N would be required to spell Copenhagen.
It would just be spelt the same since it is a city. If you are still unsure u can google it. :) It's not French
The city of Dublin is spelled 'Baile Átha Cliath' in the Irish language. It is pronounced as 'blaa-kleea'.
Assuming that's a city name, there is no French translation for it, so it would be spelled exactly the same in French.
It is originally a city that was mentioned in the bible. The meaning of its name, Shiloh, translates from Hebrew to English as "tranquil."
The word that is usually translated as City is 'Ir (×¢×™×¨) which is feminine.
Max Rodenbeck has written: 'CAIRO THE CITY VICTORIOUS' 'Egypt: Gift of the Nile'
The correct spelling of the adjective is metropolitan (of the city or city area).
liyecove city, I don't know how to spell it the name of the city
Glenelg, a city in Australia
The city of Monterey is in California.
English city: WOLVERHAMPTON
That city is BREMERTON.
No, it is a Greek name that means "From the city of Lydia"
it is a name of a city near the border with Lebanon
eer ha kodesh shel hashem (×¢×™×¨ ×”×§×•×“×© ×©×œ ×”×³) FYI: the phrase "holy city" in Hebrew only refers to Jerusalem.
Rebecca, a Hebrew name, came from the City of Nahor or the City of Ur in the land of Shinar.
The one Hebrew God is a universal God. This belief includes the idea that God is everywhere at all times, so you can't say that God was in a certain city at a certain time. God is always in every city.
No she lives in Florida but speeds most of her time in LA filming Victorious.
The Catalonian city on the Mediterranean coast of Spain is spelled Cunit.
Those letters spell the city of El Paso.
The proper noun Pale is a city in Bosnia, and Palé is a city in Guinea (West Africa).
The letters spell Stockholm. The city is the capital city of Sweden.
The proper noun is spelled Sarcoxie (city in Missouri). A suggested common word would be sarcastic, meaning mocking or deriding (sarcasm).
You would finger spell if you're signing someone's name, that's when you usually see it being done. Also any city of town that doesn't have a sign name. And any words that you don't know.
If they were awarded a Triumph (had to be an enemy body count of at least 5,000) they would parade through the city in a chariot with wagons loaded with spoils, and prisoners and their soldiers marching behind. After religious sacrifice and ceremonies, the captured leader of the enemy was strangled.
The city in Pennsylvania is spelled "Philadelphia".
Salem..as in the city.
Hibbing is a city in Minnesota.
I presume you mean the city Jerusalem.