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2017-03-08 Jacob/Israel:

Hi Jennifer,    Jacob - pronounced Yaacov in Hebrew - literally means "will follow [on the heels of]". It refers to him being born the second of twins.    The word "Israel" is composed of two parts:  י

2017-01-07 Hebrew spelling:

Unfortunately there is no rule. You have to know the word.  Recently, though, the Hebrew Academy stated that it prefers Samech over Sin in words such as  לפרוס  לת

2016-07-17 hebrew verbs:

Hi Moshe,    The same root can be used in several binyanim, changing the meaning of the verb. The way to figure it out is to look the word up in a dictionary, using the binyan you think is right in male-past-singular

2016-07-13 Meaning of roots:

Hello Moshe,    You're correct in saying that the roots for themselves have no meaning, they are usually three-four letters that have to be put into "molds" to create words. However, the letters of verb-roots

2016-07-11 Hebrew to English (numbers) translation:

I checked the coordinates of The Flying Horse on Google Maps and they were:  5130'59.6"N 007'50.8"W    So the "zero" part makes more sense now.    I would try   5131'32"N 007'45"W (Tavistock Square

 

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