TISHMORE

English translation: Tishmore - Take care

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11:52 Aug 20, 2001
Hebrew to English translations [Non-PRO]
Hebrew term or phrase: TISHMORE
TISHMORE AL ATSMEHA

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English translation:Tishmore - Take care
Explanation:
Tishmore comes from the root,

Shin, mem, resh

which means to keep, protect, guard...
The "Ti" as the prefix stands for second person singular future tense as in "'You' take care."

And "al atsmeha" is "on yourself".

Therefore the translation would be:

Take care of yourself.
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Local time: 04:11
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Tishmore - Take care


Explanation:
Tishmore comes from the root,

Shin, mem, resh

which means to keep, protect, guard...
The "Ti" as the prefix stands for second person singular future tense as in "'You' take care."

And "al atsmeha" is "on yourself".

Therefore the translation would be:

Take care of yourself.

Pro-Japanese
Canada
Local time: 04:11
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish

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