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The Classical Hebrew is more compact than modern Hebrew. The are no redundant words in Torah, hence you can see usage of "ובלכתך" instead of "כאשר אתה תלך" and alike. A Jew (even not a religious one …
answered Mar 18 '12 by jutky
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hebrew (my parents made aliyah when I was 13 years old) I was watching cartoons for 5 years old children and that helped me pretty much. …
answered Jul 10 '11 by jutky
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Here is some info about Tishbi. There is written that it is either a name of city (which has not been identified) or another form of the word "תושב" (resident)
answered May 14 '11 by jutky
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Most of fonts do support nekudos. Necudos are also supported by Unicode. The programming moves toward Unicode, for example in Java the String object is Unicode out of the box (unlike C,C++,...), so I …
answered Oct 18 '10 by jutky
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Love is an emotion and cannot be controlled in that way Which is generally wrong according to R.Desler. At this site I found the citation from his book הרב דסלר זצ"ל בספרו "מכתב מאליהו" (קונט …
answered Apr 25 '12 by jutky
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One more question about mappik (I don't know what happened to me, but this topic somewhat disturbs me lately :)) What is the meaning of the mappik in the following Hebrew words: יָהּ הַלְלוּיָהּ …
asked Sep 7 '11 by jutky
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There are no rules about this. But, usually people select Hebrew names that are similar to their previous names because they are used to their old names. Sometimes however, if there is no Hebrew similarly sounding name or because of personal preferences people select absolutely different Hebrew name. …
answered Feb 20 '12 by jutky
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According to Derech HaShem, before the sin Adam was much more spiritual than after the sin. So, relatively to his previous condition, he indeed became "dead" at the same day he made the sin. In other …
answered Dec 5 '13 by jutky
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In hebrew wiki, you can see usage of this term in Shmuel 1 21:3 as a placeholder of a place (hmm...), so it couldn't be a name of a person. This is also supported by linguistic connection of the …
answered Mar 11 '12 by jutky