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Kaf (Hebrew Letter)

Having a numerical value of twenty, the letter KAF is the first of the double-figured letters in the Hebrew alphabet. The letter KAF symbolises the

Bet (Hebrew Letter)

BET is the second letter of the Hebrew alphabet, with a numeric value of two. It begins the plurality, reinforcing the uniqueness of One from

Kuf (Hebrew Letter)

The letter KOOF ק equals the number one hundred in the Hebrew alphabet, signifying the completion of living matter. It is said that at the

Yud (Hebrew Letter)

The letter YUD signifies the number ten. It is the only letter that is suspended in midair and singular in form. In its singularity, YUD

Alef (Hebrew Letter)

The Hebrew alphabet is the only alphabet in the world where order is necessary for meaning and usage. It is related to a complex system

Tzade (Hebrew Letter)

The letter TZADE is a symbol of righteousness, and represents the number ninety in the numerical system of the Hebrew alphabet. The TZADE comes in

Overview of Hebrew Alphabet

Hebrew belongs to the Semitic family of languages which includes Arabic, the best know and most widely-spoken Semitic language. Like other Semitic languages, Hebrew is

Peh (Hebrew Letter)

The letter PEH is equivalent to the number eighty in the Hebrew alphabet. It appears in two forms, bent and elongated. The elongated form of

The Hebrew Alphabet

The Hebrew alphabet is called the alefbet in Hebrew because of the first two letters, alef and bet. The Hebrew language, unlike English, is written from

Hebrew & Other Jewish Languages

The original language of the Jewish people is, of course, Hebrew, the language in which the Jewish Bible is written. Hebrew is an unique language

Yad

The pointer, or yad, was developed for utilitarian reasons to aid in reading the Torah. It is called a yad, which literally means ‘hand’, as

Tzizit

“G-d spoke to Moses, telling him to speak to the Israelites and have them make tzitzit on the corners of their garments for all generations.

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