Een paar leuke voorbeelden van de Hebreeuwse taal
Here’s another example of the intricate beauty of the Hebrew language. The word ×“×‘×¨ (DBR) means “speech”. It’s made up of 3 letters
The “ד” Dalet, the “ב” Beit, & the “ר” Reish. Dalet means “door” in Hebrew, Beit is “in” & Reish is “head”. This is where speech comes from.
The Hebrew word for speech is literally made up of words that are from the “door in the head”, i.e. the mouth. This is the essence of Hebrew
The word chair in Hebrew is (כסא) “KSA” made up of the letters that sound like this; Kaf, Samech, Alef. Each letter also has its own meaning
The Letter Kaf (כף) means “Palm” (of hand). The letter Samech (סמך) means “Support” & Aleph (אלוף) means “Friend”. This is the chair’s role.
So the actual word for chair in Hebrew is made up of the letters that mean “The palm that supports a friend” this is the essence of a chair.
The entire (ancient) Hebrew language is made up of the same structure. The essence of the word is built into its spelling. It’s remarkable.