In Ivrit we always have the " to show that the letters are an
abbreviation - usually before the last letter of a string. It does
not aid the meaning.
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Show me the original Hebrew document, maybe there are some more
At 17:25 26/10/2019, Amiel Moskona wrote:
Thank you. I didnâ€™t mention
(sorry) that itâ€™s written: aleph â€œ yud. Maybe that provides a better
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From: David Lewin <david@...>
Date: Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 11:56 AM
Subject: Re: [JewishGen.org] Aleph Yud - what does it mean?
Taken out of context it is difficult to be certain but Alef-Yud can stand
"Eino Yehudi" = is not a Jew
Eino Yachol = is unable
to name but a few
At 14:09 26/10/2019, AmielM@... wrote:
- Good day. In the 1932 census in Tzfat, my great-grandmother's country
of birth and nationality is described in Hebrew letters as "Aleph
Yud". Could someone shed a light as to what it means? I guess it's
an acronym, but I cannot find its meaning.
- Thank you,
- Amiel Moskona