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Explanation: The Hebrew letter is called "Yod" and written like this: י
If you have no Hebrew fonts on your PC:
It looks like a small hook (a short vertical line forming a 90 degrees angle with a short horizontal top line)with it's open side towards left or a small half circle opened to the left, (both on the upper side of the printed row)if you use print-letters, and like a short vertical line on the upper side of the printed row(about one third of the length of other letters in that row) if you use script-letters.
Sorry, this is a little abstract.