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How to say "Safety pin" in Hebrew. Pretty much a direct translation of the English: a "si-KAH" is a pin or a clip in Hebrew.     Click here to hear it spoken by an Israeli:  http://www.my-hebrew-dictionary.com/safety_pin.php

How to say "Safety pin" in Hebrew. Pretty much a direct translation of the English: a "si-KAH" is a pin or a clip in Hebrew. Click here to hear it spoken by an Israeli: http://www.my-hebrew-dictionary.com/safety_pin.php

How to say "window" in Hebrew.    This word dates all the way back to Bereisheet (Genesis) 8:6 and is still the right word to use in Modern Hebrew.  And to remember it -- think "hole" for "khohl", and the "ohn" ending often means "little one".  So this is a little hole in the wall!  Hear it spoken by an Israeli here: http://www.my-hebrew-dictionary.com/window.php

How to say "window" in Hebrew. This word dates all the way back to Bereisheet (Genesis) 8:6 and is still the right word to use in Modern Hebrew. And to remember it -- think "hole" for "khohl", and the "ohn" ending often means "little one". So this is a little hole in the wall! Hear it spoken by an Israeli here: http://www.my-hebrew-dictionary.com/window.php

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