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)
Nivkhar (× ×™×‘×—×¨)
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 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)
a male chosen one = bachur (×‘×—×•×¨) A female chosen one = bachurah (×‘×—×•×¨×”)
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Chosen = neevkhar
Becher (×‘×›×¨) or Bichri (×‘×›×¨×™)
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.
kibosh is not a Hebrew word. In fact, no one knows where the word kibosh came from.
God's male chosen one = ha nivchar shel Elohim (הנבחר של אלוקים)God's female chosen one = ha nivcheret shel Elohim (הנבחרת של אלוקים)