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Jesus of Nazareth (Jesus Christ), John the B., John, Luck, Matthew, Mark

Hebrew translation: Yeshu ha Notzri

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English term or phrase:Jesus of Nazareth (Jesus Christ), John the B., John, Luck, Matthew, Mark
Hebrew translation:Yeshu ha Notzri
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09:41 Sep 1, 2001
English to Hebrew translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: Jesus of Nazareth (Jesus Christ), John the B., John, Luck, Matthew, Mark
What is the names above in the Bible in Hebrew? I thank you in advance
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ישו הנוצרי
Explanation:
jesus = yeshu /yud-shin-vav/
of nazareth - hanotzri /heh-nun-vav-tzadi-resh-yud/ [heh = the; notzri is an adjective meaning "of Nazareth"]
Christ = hatzaluv /heh-tzadi-lamed-vav-bet/ [heh=the tzaluv is an adjective literally meaning "crucified"]
John the B. = יוחנן המטביל
John=Yohanan /yud-vav-het-nun-nun (final)/
baptist= hamatbil /heh-mem-tet-bet-yud-lamed/ [matbil is an noun meaning baptizer.]
Matthew= Mati /mem-taf-yud/
Mark = markus /mem-resh-kuf-vav-samech/
Luke= lukas /lamed-vav-kuf-samech/
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ישו הנוצרי


Explanation:
jesus = yeshu /yud-shin-vav/
of nazareth - hanotzri /heh-nun-vav-tzadi-resh-yud/ [heh = the; notzri is an adjective meaning "of Nazareth"]
Christ = hatzaluv /heh-tzadi-lamed-vav-bet/ [heh=the tzaluv is an adjective literally meaning "crucified"]
John the B. = יוחנן המטביל
John=Yohanan /yud-vav-het-nun-nun (final)/
baptist= hamatbil /heh-mem-tet-bet-yud-lamed/ [matbil is an noun meaning baptizer.]
Matthew= Mati /mem-taf-yud/
Mark = markus /mem-resh-kuf-vav-samech/
Luke= lukas /lamed-vav-kuf-samech/


Dana Cohen
Israel
Local time: 21:09
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