There is no Hebrew symbol for community. But the Hebrew word for community is kehillah (×§×”×™×œ×”)
There is no Hebrew symbol for warrior. The Hebrew word for warrior is ×œ×•Ö¹×—Öµ× (lochem).
It's a WORD in Hebrew too, not a symbol.
There is no Hebrew symbol for strength, but the the Hebrew word for strengh is khozek (×—×•×–×§)
She is the symbol of hearth and fire.
No, but there is a Hebrew word for blessing: bracha (????)
Hebrew has letters, not symbols. This is how you write in Hebrew "Unity": אחדות (it is pronounced Achdut").
the symbol of fire is pretty much fire. it looks just like it. except its cartoon.
The Greek symbol x is pronounced chi, and it's a symbol of Jesus. There is no Hebrew character that looks like an x.
Fire does not have a chemical symbol because it isn't a substance.
The Jewish symbol for light is a candle. But if you are talking about the Hebrew language, it doesn't use symbols, it uses letters: "אור" (Or).
The Egyptians did not have a symbol for the Hebrew God. They only wrote about the Hebrews in one place, and didn't mention their God.
The Monster Energy Drink symbol means 666 in Hebrew.
Hebrew doesn't have symbols. It has letters and words. The Hebrew word for unity is akhdoot (××—×“×•×ª)
The Hebrew language does not have symbols. It has letters. The Hebrew word for faith is אמונה
The Hebrew language does not have symbols. It has letters and words. The Hebrew word for princess is nesikha (× ×¡×™×›×”)
symbol = ×¡×ž×œ (SEM-el)
There is no Jewish symbol for power, though the Israeli flag is as close to a symbol of power that we have.
Hebrew doesn't have symbols. It has letters and words. The Hebrew word for forgiven is nishlakh, spelled נשלח
No. Hebrew doesn't use symbols. It uses letters. "Lily" in Hebrew letters is לילי
First of all, Hebrew has letters - not symbols. Trust is pronounced in Hebrew "Emun". It is written אמון.
First of all, Hebrew has letters - not symbols.Believe in Hebrew is "Emuna" - it is written: אמונה.
There is no Hebrew symbol for saved. Hebrew doesn't have symbols. It has letters and words. There are several Hebrew word for saved though, such as: saved (money) = khasookh (????) saved (or rescued someone from a burning building) = hootsal (????)
There is no symbol for son, but the word for son is ×‘×Ÿ pronounced BEN.
A goblet of fire.