what is the hebrew and greek meaning of recover?

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Answered: How to recover files overwritten file?

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Answered: What does tanner mean

In British usage, a tanner was a sixpence, and a bob was a shilling.

Answered: What does plate mean in Greek?

plate is not a greek word. So, I think you mean " How do I say plate in Greek ? "

Answered: What does the hebrew word tavek mean

There is no such word in Hebrew (Tavek) !. Could it be that you heard "Davek" ? - (the only word that occors to my mind with a similar sound). Sorry, but all the answers you received are rubbish !.
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I am very sorry about this. I would suggest that you speak to your doctor. Ask about his plan to treat you. It may give you hope and reassurance to hear what the plan is.

Hebrew

He loves is literally: hoo ohev, but God is not He in Hebrew. He has many names, some of them are too holy to be pronounced like Yahwe, the right spelling of Jehova. Anyhow, these two names are not said in Hebrew. Another name is Elohim (namely God) and for religious people it is also too holy to ...

What hate means in hebrew

"Hate" in Hebrew has the same identical meaning as it has in English (or in any other language)..... "Hate" in Hebrew is "So'ne" (pronounced: "So" like the begining of "Sophisticated" and "Ne" like the begining if "Netherland"). For female it is "So'net" and in plural it is "Son'Im".

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That's easy! I'm not even Greek and can answer that one. A ya ya is a granny or grandmother.