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he is risen

Hebrew translation: hoo kam li-tkhiya

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English term or phrase:he is risen
Hebrew translation:hoo kam li-tkhiya
Entered by: Eynat
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04:04 Mar 8, 2004
English to Hebrew translations [Non-PRO]
Social Science, Sociology, Ethics, etc. / religion
English term or phrase: he is risen
wanting to know how to write the phrase in Hebrew, as in how that phrase is used in the Christian Bible.
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hoo kam li-tkhiya
Explanation:
hoo = he
heh-vav-alef
הוא

kam = rose
kof-mem
קם

li-tkhiya = to life
lamed-tav-khet-yod-heh
לתחיה
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hoo kam li-tkhiya


Explanation:
hoo = he
heh-vav-alef
הוא

kam = rose
kof-mem
קם

li-tkhiya = to life
lamed-tav-khet-yod-heh
לתחיה

Eynat
PRO pts in category: 2
Grading comment
This answer worked and was understood by the recipient. I rate it a "4"

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