LIAR

Hebrew translation: SHAKRAN / SHAKRANIT

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English term or phrase:LIAR
Hebrew translation:SHAKRAN / SHAKRANIT
Entered by: Tammy Portelli-Alon

23:24 Jan 28, 2001
English to Hebrew translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: LIAR
Whithout truth; a lie teller; "....you are a liar!"; etc.......
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SHAKRAN / SHAKRANIT
Explanation:
SHAKRAN - for male
SHAKRANIT - for female

without truth - LELO EMET
a lie teller - MESAPER/MESAPERET SHKARIM

you are a liar(*) - ATA SHAKRAN
AT SHAKRANIT
* usually, in hebrew you would say "you're lying" -
ATA MESHAKER
AT MESHAKERET
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naramai / badai
Robi Guttman
naSHAKRAN / SHAKRANIT
Tammy Portelli-Alon


  

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SHAKRAN / SHAKRANIT


Explanation:
SHAKRAN - for male
SHAKRANIT - for female

without truth - LELO EMET
a lie teller - MESAPER/MESAPERET SHKARIM

you are a liar(*) - ATA SHAKRAN
AT SHAKRANIT
* usually, in hebrew you would say "you're lying" -
ATA MESHAKER
AT MESHAKERET

Tammy Portelli-Alon
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ramai / badai


Explanation:
in addition to tamar's correct answer consider also:
ramai / ramait רמאי \ רמאית
it's a little bit archaic but still in use
and
badai
who invents stories
invents stories from his heart - bode sipurim mi'libo
בודה סיפורים מלבו



Robi Guttman
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