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Daled: the fourth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, prounounced "d," with a numerical value of 4
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Aleph (21)
Beit (9)
Gimmel (14)
Daled (14)
Hey (14)
Vav (9)
Zayin (5)
Chet (7)
Tet (7)
Yud (14)
Kaf (6)
Lamed (7)
Mem (10)
Nun (8)
Samach (4)
Ayin (5)
Pey (4)
Tzadik (7)
Kuf (8)
Resh (7)
Shin (7)
Taf (4)
Something you may have not noticed about those Hebrew letters on the page: They're moving. Actually, they're running--in particular, the gimmel and the daled. Why are they running? Where are they going to? All this and more in this week's episode of Kabba...
The fourth letter of the Hebrew alphabet
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This class explains the mystical meanings of the Hebrew letters including the significance of the letters' names, their phonetic sounds, their graphic design, and even their corresponding numerical values.
Letters and Numbers of Torah - Va'etchanan
In the verse “Hear O Israel, the Lord our G-d, the Lord is One,” (Deuteronomy 6:4) the letter Ayin in the word Shema (Hear) and the letter Daled in the word Echad (One) are both unusually large. Ayin and Dalet spell Ayd (witness) to teach us that when we ...
Letters and Numbers of the Festivals—Purim
What is the difference between Purim, which is celebrated on the 14th day of the month, and Passover and Sukkot which are celebrated on the 15th day of their respective months? The answer lies in the fact that the number fourteen in Hebrew is represented ...
Tzedakah—Lesson 1
Three Hebrew letters contain an encoded message explaining how tzedakah is really not charity but justice.
Question: Why are the final letters of the first and last words of the Shema larger than all the others in the Torah scroll? Answer: One of the many explanations is that we enlarge those letters to ensure that they are read properly. If the word shema, שמ...
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