English To Hebrew Phrases

Holy

A great miracle happened there (Hanukkah Greeting)

Nes gadol haya sham

All Sufficient Sovereign

El-Shaddai

Blessed are You Lord Our God, King of the world

Baruch Atah Adonai Elohaynu, Melech Ha Olam

Blessed art Thou O Lord

Baruch Atah Adonai

Blessed Be The Name of The Lord

Baruch Hashem Adonai

Blessed is He who comes in the Name of The Lord

Baruch ha ba B’Shem Adonai

Blessed is the Name (Praise The Lord)

Baruch HaShem

Bride

Kallah

Congratulations

Mazel Tov

Excuse Me

Sliha

Faith

Emunah

Family

Mishpocha

For brethren to dwell in unity

Shevet achim gahm yachad

For the Law shall go forth from Zion (Micah 4:2)

Ki Mitsiyon Tetse Torah

Gentleness

Ahnavah

Give thanks to The Lord

Hodu L’Adonai Ki Tov

Good Morning

Boker Tov

Goodness (good heart)

Tovlev

Good Night

Layla Tov

Happy Holiday

Chag Same’ach

Happy Holiday (Happy Festival of Passover)

Chag Same’ach Pesach

Happy Holiday (Happy Festival of Unleavened Bread)

Chag Same’ach HaMatzah

Hear O Israel , the Lord our God, the Lord is One (Deut 6:4)

Sh’ma Yisrael Adonai Eloheynu Adonai Echad

Here I am

Hineni

Holy Spirit

Ruach Hakodesh

Holy, Holy, Holy – Lord God of Hosts

Kadosh, Kadosh, Kadosh, Adonoi, Eloyhim Tzvaot

Hope

Tikva

How good and pleasant it is…

Hine mah tov umah na’im

I don’t understand

Eyneni Mevin

I will lift my eyes

Esah Aynai

Israel Lives and our people live

Am Yisrael Chai

Joy

Simcha

Kindness

Nideevoot

Last Days

Acharit Hayamim

Living Waters

Mayim Chayyim

Long Suffering

Orech Ruah

Lord

Adonai

Lord of Glory

Adon HaKavod

Love

Ahavah

Make a joyful noise to The Lord

Hari’u La Adonai

May you be inscribed (in the Book of Life) for a good year

L’Shana Tovah Teekatayvu

No

Lo

Our King

Malkenu

Our Lord

Adonenu

Our Mighty God

Elohanu

Peace

Shalom

Peace be on you

Shalom Aleichem

Peace be upon you in the Name of The King

Shalom Aleykchem B’Shem HaMelekh

Please

Bevakasha

Praise

Halal

Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem

Sha-alu Shalom Yerushalayim

Righteousness

Tzedakah

Sabbath Greeting – “Peace be with you on the Sabbath”

Shabbat Shalom

Servant

Oved

Thank you

Todah

Thank you very much

Todah Rabah

Thanks be to God

Todah La’el

The Almighty

Shaddai

The Creator

Haboreh

The Land of Israel

Ha Eretz

The Living God

Elohim Chayim

The Lord Bless you from Zion

Yevarekhekha

The Lord God

Yah Elohim

The Lord is My Shepherd

Hashem Ro’i

The Lord our God is holy

Kadosh Adonai Eloheynu

The whole earth is full of His Glory

Melo Kil Ha’aretz Kevod

To Life

L’Chaim

Wisdom

Hokhmah

Yea, I have loved thee with an everlasting love (Jer31:3)

Ve’ahavat Olam Ahavtich

Yes

Ken

Melchizedek, Melkisetek, or Malki Tzedek, was a king and priest mentioned during the Abram narrative in the 14th chapter of the Book of Genesis. He is introduced as the king of Salem, and priest of El Elyon

Melchizedek

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