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Explanation: And it means "my darling". In Hebrew, the word "darling" is not used by itself, but usually with my/our/your. Unless you go for "motek" which is more like "honey" in English.
So your whole sentence will be: yesh lanu ben, yakiri! (addressing a male) or yesh lanu ben, yakirati! (addressing a female).
DaliaB Local time: 17:54 Native speaker of: Hebrew PRO pts in pair: 12