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A Donkey

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Let's learn how to say

'A Donkey' in Hebrew!

 

The Hebrew word for

‘A Donkey’ is…

Chamor

Which in Hebrew is written like this:

חֲמוֹר

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Let’s see what letters we use to write this word:

 
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Chet

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This word is divided into two syllables: 

The first syllable is

Cha

 
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The letter Chet comes with the vowel sign Chataf Patach.

The Chataf Patach, makes an ‘A’ sound. 

Together they make the first syllable:

Cha.

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Let’s move on to the next syllable:

Mor

 
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The Mem is followed by the letter Vav which has a dot ‘on its head’. A vav with a dot ‘‘on its head’ is called Cholam Male and makes the ‘O’ sound. The Mem and the Vav together are pronounced Mo. 

So how do we say

‘a donkey’ in Hebrew?

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‘A Donkey’ is just one of 15 Hebrew words you can find in the

Animals-1, vocabulary presentation at the LearnHebrewPod website.

 

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