TAV – the 22nd Hebrew letter

The Hebrew letter  ת  Tav , spelled out in Hebrew תָו is the twenty-second , and last, letter in the Hebrew alphabet.

Each Hebrew letter has a numerical value, or gematria.  The gematria of  ת is 400, signifying perfection.

Each Hebrew letter also has a concept.  ת signifies truth.

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How to write the letter ת Tav – Some of the letter writing videos are in Hebrew but they show the steps in writing each Hebrew letter and the sound they make when different vowel points, or niqqud, are used.

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ANNOUNCEMENT – 2/9/13

The Hebrew Club will break for one week.  There is no meeting on Thursday, February 14.

We will meet again on Thursday, February 21 when Pat Power, ASU Professor will continue her exciting class, ‘Hidden in the Hebrew’.

The Hebrew Club is grateful to have Pat join us every other week; each class is $8.00 payable directly to Pat. The atmosphere is open, interactive and fun!

 

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SHIN – the 21st Hebrew letter

The Hebrew letter  שׁ Shin, spelled out in Hebrew שִׁין is the twenty-first letter in the Hebrew alphabet.  The sound varies based on placement of the  dot above the letter. 

When the dot is placed on the third ‘crown’ as above, the letter has an ‘sh’ sound as in shoe.  When the dot is placed on the first crown שׂ the sound is a soft ‘s’ as in the word sour.

Each Hebrew letter has a numerical value, or gematria.  The gematria of  שׁ is 300.

Each Hebrew letter also has a concept.  שׁ represents Divine Power as it is the initial letter of two of the names of God.

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How to write the letter שׁ Shin- Some of the letter writing videos are in Hebrew but they show the steps in writing each Hebrew letter and the sound they make when different vowel points, or niqqud, are used.

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RESH – the 20th Hebrew letter

The Hebrew letter  ר Resh, spelled out in Hebrew רֵישׁ is the twentieth letter in the Hebrew alphabet.

Each Hebrew letter has a numerical value, or gematria.  The gematria of  ר is 200.

Each Hebrew letter also has a concept.  ר signifies wickedness as well as higher consciousness.

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How to write the letter ר Resh – Some of the letter writing videos are in Hebrew but they show the steps in writing each Hebrew letter and the sound they make when different vowel points, or niqqud, are used.

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KUF – the 19th Hebrew letter

The Hebrew letter ק Kuf, or spelled out in Hebrew קוֹף is the nineteenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet.

Each Hebrew letter has a numerical value, or gematria.  The gematria of  ק is 100, signifying the completion of living matter.

Each Hebrew letter also has a concept.  ק signifies holiness.

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How to write the letter ק Kuf- Some of the letter writing videos are in Hebrew but they show the steps in writing each Hebrew letter and the sound they make when different vowel points, or niqqud, are used.

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TZADE – the 18th Hebrew letter

The Hebrew letter צ Tzade, or spelled out in Hebrew צָדִי is the eighteenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet and also has two forms: צ Tzade and final Tzade, ץ, or Tzade Soffit.

Each Hebrew letter has a numerical value, or gematria.  The gematria of  צ is 90.

Each Hebrew letter also has a concept.  צ symbolizes righteousness

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How to write the letter צ Tzade – Some of the letter writing videos are in Hebrew but they show the steps in writing each Hebrew letter and the sound they make when different vowel points, or niqqud, are used.

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PEH – the 17th Hebrew letter

The Hebrew letter פ Peh, or spelled out in Hebrew פֵּא is the seventeenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet and is one of the Hebrew letters which also has a second form called final Peh, פ or Fey Soffit ף.  When there is a dagesh (dot) in the middle of the non-final Peh פ, it is a ‘p’ sound; without the dagesh, it makes an ‘f’ sound – Feh. 

Each Hebrew letter has a numerical value, or gematria.  The gematria of  פ is 80.

Each Hebrew letter also has a concept.  פ signifies the Oral Law.

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How to write the letter פ Peh and ף Fey Soffit – Some of the letter writing videos are in Hebrew but they show the steps in writing each Hebrew letter and the sound they make when different vowel points, or niqqud, are used.
 

 

 

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AYIN – the 16th Hebrew letter

The Hebrew letter ע Ayin, or spelled out in Hebrew עַיִן is the sixteenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet.

Each Hebrew letter has a numerical value, or gematria.  The gematria of  ע is 70.

Each Hebrew letter also has a concept.  ע signifies perception and insight.

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How to write the letter ע Ayin – Some of the letter writing videos are in Hebrew but they show the steps in writing each Hebrew letter and the sound they make when different vowel points, or niqqud, are used.

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SAMECH – the 15th Hebrew letter

The Hebrew letter ס Samech, or spelled out in Hebrew סָמֶךְ is the fifteenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet, symbolic of the endless cycle of life in its circular form.

Each Hebrew letter has a numerical value, or gematria.  The gematria of  ס is 60.

Each Hebrew letter also has a concept.  ס signifies support and protection.

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How to write the letter ס Samech- Some of the letter writing videos are in Hebrew but they show the steps in writing each Hebrew letter and the sound they make when different vowel points, or niqqud, are used.
 

 

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NUN – the 14th Hebrew letter

The Hebrew letter נ Nun, or spelled out in Hebrew נוּן is the fourteenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet and is one of the Hebrew letters which also has a second form called final Nun, ן or Nun Soffit. 

Each Hebrew letter has a numerical value, or gematria.  The gematria of  נ is 50.

Each Hebrew letter also has a concept.  נ signifies faithfulness.

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How to write the letter נ Nun and ן Nun Soffit – Some of the letter writing videos are in Hebrew but they show the steps in writing each Hebrew letter and the sound they make when different vowel points, or niqqud, are used.
 

 

 

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