Learning the Hebrew Alphabet

Exercise Five


In Exercise Five, we will review words we learned in Lesson Five and will look at lists of Hebrew names and their meanings. In doing these exercises, cover up the last three columns of each table and just look at the Hebrew words in the left column and try to recognize what each Hebrew word is. If you can't remember what each word is, try saying each Hebrew letter individually and then sound out the word until you recognize it. If you can't remember something, just uncover the corresponding last three columns for that word or words.


Review Lesson Five Vocabulary






*The letter shin has a dot on the right top side of the letter and is pronounced "sh." When the dot is on the top left, it is called a sin and is pronounced "s."

** A bet has a dot in the middle of the letter and is pronounced "b." When the bet does not have a dot, it is called a vet and is pronounced "v."

We have not shown these markings above, but do want you to be aware of them.



Hebrew Names and Their Meanings

The following lists of Hebrew names are given as an exercise in practicing reading Hebrew. We will start with two-letter names, and build from there. For a complete list of the Hebrew Alphabet to use as a reference, see the Hebrew Alef-Bet page. As before, cover up the last three columns of each table and just look at the Hebrew words in the left column. Try to sound out the word to see if you recognize it. Then, uncover the corresponding last three columns for that word or words.


Two-Letter Hebrew Names





Three-Letter Hebrew Names










Four-Letter Hebrew Names











Five-Letter Hebrew Names










Six-Letter Hebrew Names








Seven-Letter Hebrew Name





Difficult to Recognize Names





Congratulations on finishing all five alphabet lessons and exercises. Next, check out our series on Hebrew Vocabulary. In Lesson One, we examine the most common twenty Hebrew words that appear in the Tanakh (Old Testament).











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