There are no fewer than 26 verses with the entire Hebrew alphabet in them. They are:
2 Kings 4:39
2 Kings 6:32
2 Kings 7:8
2 Chronicles 26:11
There is only one verse in which every Hebrew letter including their "final" forms is used. That is Zephaniah 3:8
None of them. Every Hebrew letter appears in the Bible many, many times.
There is no letter that is in every alphabet in the world.Compare the English alphabet and the Hebrew alphabet. What letter in the English alphabet is also in the Hebrew alphabet? There is none.Therefore, as these two alphabets have no letter in common, there can be no letter that is in every alphabet in the world, otherwise we would see evidence of this in the simple comparison shown above.
The Masoretes never read or translated Greek. But the total of Hebrew letters (Aramaic uses the same alphabet as Hebrew) is 39,613.
yes there is an emotion for every letter of the alphabet
This is not true. Every book of the Hebrew Bible has a Chapter 4.
There are several sentences that use every letter of the alphabet, but there is no sentence that uses every letter only once.
Is there a space word for every letter in the alphabet?
Each letter of the alphabet represents 1/26 of the alphabet
The verse that is referred to is Daniel 4:37. It does, however contain every letter in the alphabet except for q.Ê
That would be cool (and long) but NO there is not a word with every letter in the alphabet in it.
Yes; and that is the case with every one of the Books of the Hebrew Bible.See also the Related LinkMore about the Hebrew Bible
This sentence uses every letter of the alphabet. This sentence uses every letter of the alphabet.
U cannot make a sentence with every letter of the alphabet
Daniel 4:37, in the King James Version, has every letter except Q.
any cupcake and every letter of the alphabet :) it worked so yay
No there isn't, but I think there is
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There is no single word that has every letter of the English alphabet.The riddle answer is "alphabet" which contains all the letters of "t-h-e-a-l-p-h-a-b-e-t."
Every letter is represented.
you mean the "the quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog" No it does not have every letter of the alphabet in it. It does not have a "s"
A sentence that uses every letter of the alphabet at least once is called a pangram
No word has been found yet that includes all 26 letters of the alphabet.
animal for n and other letters
every letter in the alphabet is a unkown and ? ! are unknowns
It is called a pangram ( every letter"). The adjective is holoalphabetic ("whole alphabet").