Noun. אִישׁ • (‘ish) m (plural indefinite אֲנָשִׁים, singular construct אִישׁ־, plural construct אַנְשֵׁי־, feminine counterpart אישה אִשָּׁה) A man, adult male human being.
How do you pluralize in Hebrew?
The plural form of the nouns is just as easy to remember: The basic rule is that feminine nouns change their last letter to the letters vav tav – וֹת (ot), while masculine nouns get an extra yod mem at the end – ים (im). Let’s do some examples so you can learn how to make plural nouns correctly in Hebrew.
What is the plural of man?
man. noun. ˈman plural men ˈmen
What does Anashim mean in Hebrew?
Like isha, ish too has an irregular plural, anashim, which means ‘people’ rather than ‘men’ (vs. gvarim). … While in English an officiant pronounces a couple man and wife, in Hebrew the couple would be referred to as ‘husband and woman’, ba’al ve-isha.
What does Chamudi mean in Hebrew?
chamuda. cute, sweet, charming; cutie, sweetie (as noun) חֲמוּדִים chamudim.
What is the plural of hobos?
noun. ho·bo | ˈhō-(ˌ)bō plural hoboes also hobos.
What is the plural of person?
As a general rule, you’re absolutely right – person is used to refer to an individual, and the plural form is people.
What is opposite of man?
Opposite of an adult human male. woman. female.
Is it correct to say Mans?
“Men’s” is always the plural possessive. “Mens” is always incorrect (in any English-speaking country). If it says “Mens” without an apostrophe, you can be sure that it is incorrect. It is never used in formal speech, slang, informal, or anything.
How do you say cute in Yiddish?
Pempik ‒ something small, unimportant and possibly cute. Yiddish uses this word for brat. One gets a feeling the Yiddish word almost speaks what it means – one could almost gather it from the way it sounds. Etymology: the word goes back to Polish pępek – ‘belly button’.