what is the hebrew word for wife?

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Answered: Italian wife, can travel with me?'?

No. It is illegal to travel with your wife. The millions of people doing it every day are breaking the law. Seriously, were you just trying to come up with the most idiotic question you could think of, or was it just a coincidence?

Answered: What does Am Yisrael Chia mean in hebrew?

Hi Del, --------- That is in Hebrew: Am = People / nation. Israel = Israel. Chai = live. So all together it means "The people / nation of Israel lives". --------- Best regards,

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I not only got my question answered, But learned a few more Hebrew words as well, Shalom...Batya.............aka Brenda

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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 ...