Jewish is not a language. The Yiddish word for grandpa is Zayde, and the Hebrew word is Sabba.
Saba is the word for grandfather in Hebrew (סבא)
"Saba" in Hebrew translates into English as "grandfather" or "granddad" or "grandpa."
There are many Jewish languages, but you probably mean Hebrew. In any event, opa has no meaning in Hebrew. It is a German word for grandpa. In Hebrew, Grandpa is Saba (×¡×‘×)Opa is also an interjection in Greek.
granddad, grandpa, or grandfather = saba (סבא)
Grandpa = ×¡×‘× (saba) Grandma = ×¡×‘×ª× (savta)
It depends on what language that is. For example, in Hebrew, it means "grandpa, grandpa".
if you are talking to the grandma: la-nekhed shelakhif you are talking the grandpa: la-nekhed shelkha
GrandpaHebrew = Saba (סבא), pronounced sah-bahYiddish = Zeyde (זיידע), pronounced ZAY-deh
grandpa = aitona
Yes It's A Compound Word
Grandpa = dziadek, dziadzio
Grandpa would be - grand-papa.
There is no Hebrew word for "an." There is no indefinite article in Hebrew.
"Hebrew" is the English word for Hebrew.
The word grandpa should only be capitalised if it is part of someone's name, such as Grandpa Joe. If you are using the word in general terms, such as referring to your grandpa coming to visit, it does not require a capital.
Kakek or opa.
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.