Hebrew Nuggets, Lesson 12: menorah (Part 1)

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Menorah is one of the many Hebrew words that have entered the English language.

Revised: 29-Sept.-2015
The Hebrew word מְנוֹרָה (me·no·RAH) is spelled with four consonants and three vowel symbols. One consonant and two vowels of the word menorah have been learned previously. The remaining vowel and consonants are new and will be introduced in this and the following two lessons.

Hebrew NuggetsWe begin the study of the Hebrew word for lampstand, מְנוֹרָה (me·no·RAH). me·no·RAH is a feminine noun. It appears thirty-six times in the Hebrew Scriptures in the singular and another six times in the plural. me·no·RAH is one of many Hebrew words that have entered the English language. Therefore, we can refer to this word by its English spelling, “menorah,” rather than by its transliteration, me·no·RAH.

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In our next lesson we will learn more about the sounds contained in מְנוֹרָה. To read the next lesson, click here. For the transliteration system used in this series, click here.

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