What is the Hebrew word for chosen one?
There isn't a single word with this meaning, and the translation of "chosen" depends on context. For example:
chosen door = delet nivcheret (דלת נבחרת)
chosen food = ochel nivchar (אוכל נבחר)
chosen people = am segulah (עם סגולה)
If you mean "Chosen One" as in the person who has been selected by fate to fulfill an important task (such as Anakin Skywalker, Harry Potter, or Neo in their respective universes), the term is: ha-nivchar (הנבחר)
There is no single Hebrew word with this meaning, but you can translate it as a phrase: God's chosen male = bachir elohim (בחיר אלוקים) God's chosen female = bechirat elohim (בחירת אלוקים)
There is no Hebrew or Yiddish word that refers to someone who is not Jewish. In English, the Hebrew word "goy" is used, but this word only means "nation". Jews do not have a specific word that they use to reference the fact that non-Jews are not Chosen.
There isn't a Hebrew word with this meaning. But it can be translated with 4 words: bakhur al yedei hashem (×‘×—×•×¨ ×¢×œ ×™×“×™ ×”×³)
Nivkhar (× ×™×‘×—×¨)
a male chosen one = bachur (×‘×—×•×¨) A female chosen one = bachurah (×‘×—×•×¨×”)
Becher (×‘×›×¨) or Bichri (×‘×›×¨×™)
Chosen = neevkhar
anointed one (in Jewish tradition, refers to a king or priest) = משיח (mashiach)
Hebrew was not chosen as an Apostle. Only human beings can be apostles, and since Hebrew is a language, it wasn't even considered an option.
God's male chosen one = ha nivchar shel Elohim (הנבחר של אלוקים)God's female chosen one = ha nivcheret shel Elohim (הנבחרת של אלוקים)
Christos means "anointed; chosen." It is the Greek equivalent of Jesus' Hebrew title "Messiah."
kibosh is not a Hebrew word. In fact, no one knows where the word kibosh came from.
Hebrew has been spoken for many thousands of years prior to the invention of Hebrew writing, so no one knows what the first Hebrew word was. The first Hebrew word in the Bible is "bereshÃt" (×‘×¨××©×™×ª)
He was chosen by God to lead the Hebrew from slavery
There is no single Hebrew word with this meaning. You are likely thinking of the German word "schadenfreude", which means taking satisfaction from others' suffering, but this is not Hebrew.
The Hebrew word "yon" has two meanings. One is a male pigeon. The other is an ion.
Neziah is not a Hebrew word. There is a Hebrew name "Netsiach" (× ×¦×™×—) which means one who overcomes.
There is no such thing as a Hebrew zither. If you are asking what the Hebrew word is for zither, there isn't one. Israelis just use the word Zither, pronounced Tsee-tar
There is only one word for virgin in Hebrew: Virgin = ×‘×ª×•×œ×” (beh-too-LAH)
There is no such language as Jewish. Since you are talking about the Hebrew Bible, you are probably also asking about the Hebrew language. The Hebrew word for one is echad (אחד). The verse you cited is one of the most important verses in Judaism.
There is no actual Hebrew word that means "devil". Modern Hebrew translates this word as rasha (רשע) "an evil one" or deh-mohn (דמון) which is just the word "demon" borrowed from English. The Hebrew word Satan (שטן) does not mean "devil". It actually means opponent or adversary, and there is nothing in Hebrew scriptures that link Satan with our modern concept of a devil.
Hebrew has only one word for Love (ahava). In fact, this word also means 'like'.
grand mom, grandma, grandmother, granny, etc. has only one word in Hebrew = savta (×¡×‘×ª×)
Menakem has no meaning in Hebrew. But it's close to the Hebrew word menachem (×ž× ×—×) which means "one who comforts".
On the Gamma Phi Beta Website, under "our symbols," one of the symbols has the Hebrew word "ארבע" on it. This is the Hebrew word for "four."
There is no Hebrew proper name that means "the annointed one" however there is an ordinary Hebrew word with this meaning: mashiakh (×ž×©×™×—).
One of the ways that you can use Word in your chosen field is by writing letters to people. writing articles
It depends one what Hebrew word is after the word "Sabbath." Unless you are asking how to translate the phrase "after Sabbath" which is acharei Shabbat (××—×¨×™ ×©×‘×ª)
One Hundred = me'ah (×ž××”)
"I saw" is only one word in Hebrew and it is ra'iti (ראיתי).
One word at a time...
"Hebrew" is the English word for Hebrew.
There is no Hebrew word for "an." There is no indefinite article in Hebrew.
ha'am hanivchar (×”×¢× ×”× ×‘×—×•×¨)
They were hereditary kings.
The name 'Eve' is Hebrew for life. The original word in Hebrew is 'havvah'. The name owes its existence to Adam having chosen to change his wife's name from the generic 'woman' [Genesis 2:23, 3:30].
According to the Tanach (Hebrew Bible), Jews are the chosen people. In this context, 'chosen' refers to Jews having been chosen to follow the teachings of the Tanach.
Nephilim (× ×¤×™×œ×™×) is the Hebrew word for nephilim. No one knows what it means in English, although a common translation is "giants".
There is no Hebrew word for endurance, but you can decribe it in one of the following ways: ko'ach sevel (×›×•×— ×¡×‘×œ) koshehr ahmidah (×›×•×©×¨ ×¢×ž×™×“×”)
Shabbat (שבת) = Sabbath
Nothing. "Shabbat" is a Hebrew word, in which "a" is not one of its letters.
There are many different words in Hebrew that can mean hope. One is: tiqva
There isn't a Hebrew translation for Jeronimo. Jeronomimo is a Mescalero-Chiricahua word for "one who yawns".
one candle = × ×¨ ××—×“ (nehr eh-KHAD)
The word Hebrew is a Hebrew word, borrowed into English from the Greek language, (in the same way that most Hebrew names from the Hebrew Bible were borrowed into English via Greek, such as Moses and Solomon). The Hebrew word for "Hebrew" is עברי (ivri) or עברית (ivrit).
The English word messiah comes from the Hebrew word mashiach (×ž×©×™×—) which means annointed one. It refers to any king or priestly leader.
The word "womack" doesn't have a Hebrew definition. The word "womack" doesn't have a Hebrew word. It's a name. You can spell it ווֹמאק in Hebrew letters.