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Vocabulary for Nationalities

אוצר מילים עבור לאומים
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Turkish
טורקי טורקי (n) masc
turki
masc
טוּרְקִי
Turkish
Egyptian
מצרי מצרי (n) masc
mitzri
masc
מִצְרִי
Egyptian
German
גרמני גרמני (n) masc
germani
masc
גֶּרְמָנִי
German
French
צרפתי צרפתי (n) masc
tzarfati
masc
צָרְפָתִי
French
Vietnamese
ויטנאמי ויטנאמי (n) masc
vietnami
masc
וְיֶטְנָאמִי
Vietnamese
Filipino
פיליפיני פיליפיני (n) masc
philipini
masc
פִילִיפִּינִי
Filipino
English
אנגלי אנגלי (n) masc
angli
masc
אַנְגְּלִי
English
Mexican
מקסיקני מקסיקני (n) masc
mexsikani
masc
מֶקְסִיקָנִי
Mexican
Thai
תאילנדי תאילנדי (n) masc
tailandi
masc
תַּאיְלַנְדִּי
Thai
Chinese
סיני סיני (n) masc
sini
masc
סִינִי
Chinese
South African
דרום אפריקאי דרום אפריקאי (n) masc
drom afrikaei
masc
דְּרוֹם אַפְרִיקָאִי
South African
Korean
קוריאני קוריאני (n) masc
koreani
masc
קוֹרֵאָנִי
Korean
Finnish
פיני פיני (n) masc
fini
masc
פִינִי
Finnish
Bulgarian
בולגרי בולגרי (n) masc
bulgari
masc
בּוּלְגָּרִי
Bulgarian
Polish
פולני פולני (n) masc
polani
masc
פּוֹלָנִי
Polish
Japanese
יפני יפני (n) masc
yapani
masc
יַפָּנִי
Japanese
Portuguese
פורטוגזי פורטוגזי (n) masc
portogezi
masc
פּוֹרְטוּגֶזִי
Portuguese
Pakistani
פקיסטני פקיסטני (n) masc
pakistani
masc
פָּקִיסְטָנִי
Pakistani
Russian
רוסי רוסי (n) masc
rusi
masc
רוּסִי
Russian
Norwegian
נורווגי נורווגי (n) masc
norvegi
masc
נוֹרְוֶגִי
Norwegian
Dutch
הולנדי הולנדי (n) masc
holandi
masc
הוֹלַנְדִּי
Dutch
Danish
דני דני (n) masc
deni
masc
דֶּנִי
Danish
Romanian
רומני רומני (n) masc
romani
masc
רוֹמָנִי
Romanian
Czech
צ'כי צ'כי (n) masc
chehi
masc
צֶ'כִי
Czech
Italian
איטלקי איטלקי (n) masc
italki
masc
אִיטַלְקִי
Italian
Indonesian
אינדונזי אינדונזי (n) masc
indunezi
masc
אִינְדּוֹנֶזִי
Indonesian
Indian
הודי הודי (n) masc
odi
masc
הָדִּי
Indian
Swedish
שוודי שוודי (n) masc
shvedi
masc
שְׁוֶדִי
Swedish
Hungarian
הונגרי הונגרי (n) masc
hungari
masc
הוּנְגָּרִי
Hungarian
Greek
יווני יווני (n) masc
yevani
masc
יְוָנִי
Greek
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Vincent S. Coster
Monday at 9:20 pm
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Shalom, could you tell me what the Hebrew for Irish, toda rabah.

HebrewPod101.comVerified
Friday at 7:18 pm
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Hi Ellen,


Thanks for posting!


Philippine feminine is "פיליפינית" and masculine "פיליפיני".


Happy to assist 😄👍


Enjoy learning Hebrew!


Roi

Team HebrewPod101.com

Ellen
Tuesday at 7:32 pm
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What about the Philippines? What is the feminine and masculine form for the Philippines?

HebrewPod101.com
Thursday at 7:28 pm
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Hi Philimon,


Thanks for posting!


Ethiopia in Hebrew is written "אתיופיה" and is pronounced "Et'yop'yah", very similar to the English pronunciation.


Happy to assist 😄


Sincerely,

Roi

Team HebrewPod101.com

Philimon
Friday at 6:57 pm
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How do you say "Ethiopia" in hebrew?

HebrewPod101.comVerified
Saturday at 11:55 pm
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Hi Praise,


Thanks for posting your question!


"Nigerian" is "ניגרי" ("Nigeri") in the masculine and "ניגרית" ("Nigerit") in the feminine.


"Seychellois" is "סיישלי" ("Saysheli") in the masculine and "סיישלית" ("Sayshelit") in the feminine.


Happy to assist :) Enjoy learning Hebrew!


Roi

Team HebrewPod101.com

Praise
Tuesday at 7:35 pm
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What about for Nigerian or Seychellois?

Don't they have?

HebrewPod101.com
Saturday at 8:11 pm
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Hi gabriela,


Thanks for posting!


Unfortunately, there are no rules regarding the stress of words I could offer you at this point... The position of the stress has a lot to do with the different structures of Hebrew words and the sense for it is usually acquired intuitively after learning enough vocabulary and grammar...


Please turn to the following lesson for more information - https://www.hebrewpod101.com/lesson/ultimate-hebrew-pronunciation-guide-8-stress/


I hope that helps... 😄

Best,

Roi

Team HebrewPod101.com

gabriela
Monday at 6:49 pm
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Hi,

I need some help: Is there any rule whether the last syllable is stressed or the syllable before the last one?

שלום, גבריאלה

HebrewPod101.com
Saturday at 9:34 pm
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Hi Layla,


Thanks for posting!


"English" (adjective) in the feminine form is "אנגליה" (pronounced "An-gli-yah"), and "Indian" is "הודית" (pronounced "Ho-dit").


Happy to assist 👍😇


Yours,

Roi

Team HebrewPod101.com