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"yom huledet samayach, keith" yud, vav, mem hay, vav, lamed, tav samech, mem, ches kuf, yud, tet (there's no "th", you'll have to use "t"!) this is all right-to-left, of course.

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6y ago

Keith = קית

It is worth noting that the "th" sound does not exist in Hebrew, so this would be read as "Keet" not "Keith".

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7y ago

Happy birthday Keith = Yom Huledet Sameach, Keith (יום הולדת שמח, קית)

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13y ago

Keith has no meaning in Hebrew.

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13y ago

Keith = קית

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