Nouns

Introduction
Nouns denote people, places, things, animals or ideas. Grammatically, a noun can serve as the subject of a clause, the object of a verb, or the object of a preposition.
Examples דֻּגְמָאוֹת
Play אָחוֹת
ahot
sister
Play אַבָּא
aba
dad
Play סָבְתָא
savta
grandma
Play כֶּסֶף
kesef
money silver
Play סַבָּא
saba
grandpa
Play אִשָּׁה
isha
woman wife
Play שֵׁם עֶצֶם
shem etzem
noun
Play דּוֹדָה
doda
aunt
Play דּוֹד
dod
uncle
Play תִּינוֹק
tinok
baby baby
Play מְכוֹנִית
mehonit
car
Play אֵיךְ
eih
how
Play שׁוֹקוֹלָד
shokolad
chocolate
Play בַּעַל
baal
spouse husband
Play מָחָר
mahar
tomorrow
Play אָבִיב
aviv
spring
Play לֶחֶם
lehem
bread
Play סְפָרַדִּית
sfaradit
Spanish
Play רַכֶּבֶת
rakevet
train
Play חָבֵר/ חָבֵרַה
haver (m) / havera (f)
friend
Play אוֹגוּסְט
ogust
August
Play מַזָּל
mazal
luck
Play לוּחַ שָׁנָה
luah shana
calendar
Play בֶּטֶן
beten
belly stomach
Play עוֹנָה
ona
season
Play אַפְּרִיל
april
April
Play קַיִץ
kaitz
summer
Play גּוּף
guf
body
Play מֶזֶג אֲוִיר
mezeg avir
weather
Play גְּלִידָה
glida
ice cream
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