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11:35 Aug 7, 2006
Romanian to Hebrew translations [PRO]
Names (personal, company) / Nume personale
Romanian term or phrase: ebraica
As vrea sa aflu cum se scrie in ebraica "Dvir" si "Iulia" ! Va multumesc ! Astept raspunsul pe acest forum sau la adresele ice_box_89@yahoo.com sau domancoscrow@hotmail.com! Multumesc inca odata si orice fel de ajutor este bine venit
dvir
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3 +1Hebrew
Suzan Hamer


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6 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 3/5Answerer confidence 3/5 peer agreement (net): +1
Hebrew


Explanation:
Whatever language it is, I'm pretty sure "ebraica" means "Hebrew" in English.

Suzan Hamer
Netherlands
Local time: 19:08
Works in field
Native speaker of: English

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
neutral  writeaway: how can you answer a question you can't even read?
7 mins
  -> Well, based on my accumulated linguistic trivia, it seemed likely that "scrie in ebraica "Dvir" si "Iulia" means something like " . . . write/written in Hebrew" or "in Hebrew 'Dvir' means '__'. You'll note my confidence was only 3 (& rightly so).

neutral  Peter Shortall: It does, and the question's in Romanian - the asker wants to know how to write the names "Dvir" and "Iulia" in Hebrew. / It does, yes! Though it ought to be written with a cedilla (şi). You never know, might come in useful! :)
8 mins
  -> Thanks, Peter. So now I know "si" in Romanian means "and"? One more deposit in my trivia bank. / Thanks again, Peter. I'll just store it over here in the Romanian section.

neutral  Will Matter: with Peter. They want to know how to write 'Dvir' and 'Iulia' in Hebrew script.
13 hrs

agree  Niela: דביר DVIR , יוליה IULIA
575 days
  -> Thanks, Niela . . . unfortunately, as you can see here, your answer is just a wee bit late . . .
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Aug 7, 2006 - Changes made by writeaway:
Language pairRomanian to English » Romanian to Hebrew
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Language pairEnglish » Romanian to English


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