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bayit (בית)

pronounced BAH-yeet

when talking about movement toward home, such as "I'm going home," you would say habayta (הביתה), pronounced hah-bye-tah

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home = báyit (בית)

homes = batím (בתים)

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"Home" is translated into בית in Hebrew, pronounced Ba-Yit.

Spelled: Bet, Yod, Tav

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