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16:41 Mar 20, 2007
English to Hebrew translations [Non-PRO]
Poetry & Literature / Literature
English term or phrase: Green
What does "Green" mean in Hebrew and how is it pronounced in Hebrew?
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5yarok, yeruka, yerukim, yerukotEynnat
5ירוק
Elad Meiri
3ירוק = מתחיל גמור
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green
yarok, yeruka, yerukim, yerukot


Explanation:
Like all Hebrew adjectives, there is masculine/feminine, singular/plural (in that order above).

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yarok = m. sing.
yeruka = f. sing.
yerukim = m. pl.
yerukot = f. pl.

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green
ירוק = מתחיל גמור


Explanation:
could also meen in slang an absolute beginner.

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Local time: 12:00
Native speaker of: Native in HebrewHebrew, Native in EnglishEnglish
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green
ירוק


Explanation:
ירוק - yarok

In Hebrew, adjectives are diverted in respect to the gender and quantity of the noun they describe.
In this example, yarok (ירוק) refers to a masculine singular noun.
Yeruka (ירוקה) refers to a feminine singular noun.
Yerukim (ירוקים) refers to a masculine plural noun.
Yerukot (ירוקות) refers to a feminine plural noun.

Example sentence(s):
  • התפוח ירוק
Elad Meiri
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Mar 20, 2007 - Changes made by Smantha:
Language pairHebrew to English » English to Hebrew


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