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Have you ever had to use any of these phrases before?
P.S., If you want to build your vocabulary with more positive words, be sure to check out this word list:
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"Go away" is phrased in Hebrew literally as "go from here", and siad in Hebrew: "!לך מכאן" ("lekh mi-kan!") for men,
and "!לכי מכאן" ("lekhi mi-kan!") for women.
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Is there one for 'Go away'?
Hi doc55041 and sunil subba,
Thank you very much for posting!
@doc55041 - Yes, that's correct. "Dai" (די) is another way to say "stop", or more accurately - "enough!".
@sunil subba - Thanks for this feedback. Yes, these phrases can be useful when arguing with anyone - strangers, friends, co-workers or family. But let's hope that we won't need to use them too often! 😄😄
These angry words do come in handy especialy when it relates to disciplining children as well as with your partner.The relationship factors do indeed bring out these words as each is in a different mood.However if one forgives it seems it becomes easy to normalise it back again.If two are in the same boat then plates might be flying at each other.Sheyihiye rings a bell as it sounds familiar.
I thought die was stop
Hi Yohanan Ya'akov,
I'm not sure whether you're asking how to write Hunter in Hebrew or what is the Hebrew word for "hunter" (a person that hunts), so I'll write both 😅
Hunter (name) is written האנטר
hunter (profession) is צייד (tsayad)
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My last name is Hunter. What is the Hebrew word for hunter?
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Great list. My husband and I learn Hebrew together, so these will be very useful! 😅