daleth

[ UK /dˈe‍ɪləθ/ ]
[ US /ˈdɑˌɫɛθ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the 4th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
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How To Use daleth In A Sentence

  • Their _beth_ was a house in the tent form; their _gimel_ a camel, represented by its head and neck; their _daleth_ a door, and so on. History of Phoenicia
  • As a certain person once said to me after I pointed out to him that our pronounciation of the undotted daleth is plainly incorrect [as explained above]: 'Do you imagine that the Hidushe HaRim [a great Tora sage of the last century] did not read Shema properly?' Esser Agaroth
  • So I've tentatively extrapolated that gamma, delta, iota, chi, and rho are *cemla (cf. gimel), *talta (cf. daleth), *eiata (cf. yod), *χei and *rusa (cf. resh). An online Etruscan Dictionary has arrived
  • [Hebrew letter 'resh'] for a [Hebrew letter 'daleth']. The Itinerary of Benjamin of Tudela
  • So I've tentatively extrapolated that gamma, delta, iota, chi, and rho are *cemla (cf. gimel), *talta (cf. daleth), *eiata (cf. yod), *χei and *rusa (cf. resh). An online Etruscan Dictionary has arrived
  • He had screens in his laboratory that broke it all down into individual patterns -- the steady pulsing waves from the cortex, the alpha and beta waves; beta-aleph and beta-beth and beta-gimel and beta-daleth. Little Fuzzy
  • And together the two exiled men began to recite, at first in whispers, then more loudly: "Aleph, beth, gimel, daleth ...". Elie Wiesel - Nobel Lecture
  • Thus _aleph_, an ox; _beth_, a tent; _daleth_, a tent-door; _lamed_, an ox-goad; _mem_, water; Second Sight A study of Natural and Induced Clairvoyance
  • So I've tentatively extrapolated that gamma, delta, iota, chi, and rho are *cemla (cf. gimel), *talta (cf. daleth), *eiata (cf. yod), *χei and *rusa (cf. resh). An online Etruscan Dictionary has arrived
  • The [Hebrew: daleth] meaning four would easily be misread for [Hebrew: resh] meaning 200.] [Footnote 79: The Knights of the Hospital of St. John and the Templars are here referred to. The Itinerary of Benjamin of Tudela
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