the English word Marriage is not of Jewish origin. The Hebrew word used is eithr 'Hatuna' - חתונה or 'Nisu'in' - נישואים
hatuna is feminine
"Shidduch" is Hebrew for arranged marriage.
It depends on what language they speak. American and British Jews call it "marriage". The Hebrew word for "marriage" is Nisu'in (נישוין)
(Jewish) marriage prayers = sheva brachot (שבע ברכות)marriage prayers in general = tfilot chatuna (תפילות חתונה)
There is no Hebrew word for "an." There is no indefinite article in Hebrew.
"Hebrew" is the English word for Hebrew.
He is "hu". (There is no Hebrew word for is).
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.
The word Hebrew is a Hebrew word, borrowed into English from the greek language, (in the same way that most Hebrew names from the Jewish Bible were borrowed into English via Greek, such as Moses and Solomon). The Hebrew word for "Hebrew" is "ee-VREE"
diestra has no meaning in Hebrew. This is not a Hebrew word.
Sydney is not a Hebrew word. It has no meaning in Hebrew.
Jireh is not a Hebrew word. There no J in Hebrew.
"ash are" has no meaning in Hebrew. The Hebrew word for "ash" is efehr (×¢×¤×¨) and there is no Hebrew word for "are".
But is not a a Hebrew word. The English word But means אבל (aval) in Hebrew.
There is no Hebrew word for bishop; Hebrew borrows this word from English and pronounces it beeshof.
The Hebrew word "Notsri" (× ×•×¦×¨×™) does not appear in the Hebrew Bible. Notsri is a Modern Hebrew word.
No. Janah is not a Hebrew word, and the Hebrew word for Paradise comes from the Hebrew word pardess (×¤×¨×“×¡) which means "orchard."
The word Strong is not a Hebrew word. It is an English word. If you are asking what the Hebrew word for strong is, it's khazak (×—×–×§)
There is no Hebrew word for Whitney.
There is no Hebrew word for tzibi.
There is no such Hebrew word.
There is no Hebrew word for Merdith.