Hebrew

Hebrew Words (Rom 10:13 | Pro 18:10)

  • Yahawah: Name of the Most High, our Heavenly Father, a man of war whose name is dreadful among the heathen nations (Exo 15:3) (Mal 1:14)
  • Yahawashi: Name of Yahwah’s only begotten son, the Messiah, the way the truth and the light, he comes in the volume of the book (Jhn 14:6 | Heb 10:7)
  • Yasharahla: Name of of the Nation of Israel, meaning “he” “prince” “power” or he is a prince of the power aka sons of Yahawah
  • Ba Ha Sham: In the name of
  • Lashawan Qadash: “Tongue Holy”, the Hebrew Language or Holy Tongue
  • Rawchaa Qadash: “Spirit Holy”, the Holy Spirit, the understanding of the scriptures
  • Barak: Bless
  • Tawab: Good
  • Yawam: Day
  • Ahch(yam): Brother(s)
  • Atha(m): You (plural)
  • Shalawam: Peace, *also used in greeting and departure
  • Kal Halal: All praises

Common Phrases

  • Yahawah Ba Ha Sham Yahawashi Barak Atha(m): Yahawah in the name of Yahawashi bless you (plural)

Basic Prayer

  • Opening: Yahawah “ba ha shem” Yahawashi “ba ba qua sha” “ba ba qua sha” “ba ba qua sha” …
    • Meaning: Yahawah in the name of Yahwashi, please please please …
  • Psa 6:2: Cananya Yahawaha ba ha shem Yahawashi kaya amalal anaya rapa-anya Yahawah ba ha shem Yahawashi kaya nabahalana itazamya
    • Meaning: Have mercy upon me Yahawah in the name of Yahawashi; I am weak: Yahawah in the name of Yahawashi heal me; for my bones are vexed.
  • Closing: Babaquasha ba ba qua sha” “ba ba qua sha” thawadah kal tawab aman
    • Meaning: Yahawah in the name of Yahwashi, please please thank you, all good, so be it
  • Deu 6:4: Shamai Yasharahla Yahawah Ahlahayanawa Yahawash Achaad
    • Meaning: Listen Yasharahla (Israel), Yahawah our Power is Supreme

Basic Curse

  • Opening: Yahawah “ba ha shem” Yahawashi “ba ba qua sha” “ba ba qua sha” “ba ba qua sha” …
    • Meaning: Yahawah in the name of Yahwashi, please please please …
  • Psa 10:15

Alphabet

Hebrew Alphabet

Note: the chart above is not perfect but it is a starting point. The only vowel sounds our language has are “a”and “i”. Ostensibly you can replace all of the vowels above (other than “i”) with “a”. All the other letters and vowels spoken in English today were created in recent history–for example the letter “j”circa 1600s.

Assyrian Script

Blue Letter Bible

Here you can click through verses to get Hebrew words and definitions, be aware that not all of the information is correct.