How to say "Earring" in Hebrew. This Modern Hebrew word is actually from Biblical Hebrew. Though it is apparently only rarely used in the Tanach, you can see it in Bamidbar (Num.) 31:50. The root is related to עגול which means round or circular. Click here to hear it pronounced by an Israeli: http://www.my-hebrew-dictionary.com/earring.php
Irena Sendler got permission to work in the Warsaw Ghetto as a plumber. She courageously smuggled babies in her tool box and carried larger children in her sack. She also trained her dog to bark when the Nazi soldiers were near, which muffled the sounds of the crying children. She helped save more than 2,500 children & was eventually caught & tortured. Sendler was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize along with Al Gore, who won for his presentation on global warming...but she is a HERO!
How to say "Pacifier" in Hebrew. How to say "pacifier" (or "dummy" if you are English) in Hebrew. The root of this word, מצץ, means to suck, so this really means "a sucker". You can hear it spoken here: http://www.my-hebrew-dictionary.com/pacifier.php
How to say "Headphones" in Hebrew. The key to remembering this word is to know that "ozen" means "ear". So think of these as "little ears". (And it is a "kamatz katan" under the alef, which is pronounced "oh" and not "ah".) Click here to hear it pronounced by an Israeli: http://www.my-hebrew-dictionary.com/headphones.php
How to say "sink" in Hebrew. This is definitely a Biblical Hebrew word -- see Shemot (Exodus) 30:18. But I suspect it looked a bit different back then... Click here to hear it pronounced by an Israeli: http://www.my-hebrew-dictionary.com/sink.php
How to say "Ball" in Hebrew. Besides being the word for "ball" it is also used for a pill/tablet in medicine and a bullet for a gun too. Click here for the audio pronunciation: http://www.my-hebrew-dictionary.com/ball.php
How to say "hair" in Hebrew: This word is clearly a word from Biblical Hebrew, going back at least to Beresheet (Genesis) 25:25. However it is much more common in the Tana"ch to see it written with a shin, which is a differnt word that means "gate". Click here to hear the audio pronunciation: http://www.my-hebrew-dictionary.com/hair.php