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|Hebrew to English translations [PRO]|
|Hebrew term or phrase: kum ba high-a-ta|
|a word or group of words heard in prayer langage. probably Hebrew.|
|English translation:see below|
Kum = Stand up
ba = comes
high: this must be ya = the Lord
ata = now
"Stand up, the Lord is coming now."
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"Rise, come, live now."
the word "high" may begin with the gutteral letter "chet" often pronounced as "het". If so, "chigh" means "live" (a command).
Thus, we have "Kum (Get up/rise) ba (come) high (live) a-ta (now).
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