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10:46 Mar 1, 2000
English to Hebrew translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: Unity
if we live in peace and harmony we are living in unity
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naakhdutJohn Kinory
nabeachdutweisz
naUnity = ACHDUTEhud Alon
naaxdutmusici


  

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9 mins
axdut


Explanation:
X here represents the eighth letter of the Hebrew alphabet. Often this word is used in conjunction with "reut" (friendship) as in "be axdut ve reut" (in unity and friendship).

musici
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Local time: 04:18
PRO pts in pair: 4
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9 mins
Unity = ACHDUT


Explanation:
IM NICHYE BESHALOM UBEHARMONIA, NICHYE BEACHDUT.

Ehud Alon
Local time: 14:18
PRO pts in pair: 4

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Baruch Avidar
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58 mins
beachdut


Explanation:
bshalom ubeyachad, chaim bachdut =In peace and together, we live in unity.


weisz
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39 days
akhdut


Explanation:
kh represents the letter khet, as in the Berlitz Hebrew phrasebooks.
The whole phrase would be:
Im nikhye be'shalom uve'harmoniya, nikhye be'akhdut.
Prepositions (mostly prefixes in Hebrew) are shown here separated by apostrophes.
and-in- (harmony) becomes uve'- (oo-ve-) instead of u'be-, since the letter bet (B) is no longer the first letter in the word.

John Kinory
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