Verbs

Introduction
Verbs convey actions, occurances, or states of being. They conjugate and combine with other verbs based on person, tense, mood and aspect. In English, verbs like "run" and "be" are two examples.
Examples דֻּגְמָאוֹת
Play לַעֲבוֹד
la´avod
to work
Play לְהַכִּיר
le´akir
to be familiar with to know
Play לְהַבִין
lehavin
to understand
Play לַחֲזוֹר עַל
lahzor al
to repeat
Play להִקָרא
lehikara
to be named
Play לֶאֱכוֹל
leehol
to eat
Play לִסְגוֹר
lisgor
to close
Play לַהֲגוֹת
lahagot
to pronounce
Play לְהַזְמִין
leazmin
to order
Play לִשְׁתּוֹת
lishtot
to drink
Play לְהִוַלֵד
lehivaled
to be born
Play צֶ'ק אוּט
check out
to leave to check-out
Play לִפְתוֹחַ
liftoah
to open
Play לַעֲזוֹר
laazor
to help
Play לְהַכְאִיב
leah´iv
to hurt
Play לִלְבּוֹשׁ
lilbosh
to wear
Play לְהַתְאִים
leat´im
to fit
Play לְשָׂם
lasim
to put on
Play לְהִתְלַבֵּשׁ
lehitlabesh
to get dressed to dress
Play לְהִתְפַּשֵׁט
lehitpashet
to undress
Play דָּג
dag
to catch fish
Play לְהַרְגִישׁ סְחַרְחוֹרֶת
leaergish sarhoret
to feel dizzy
Play לְנַשֵׁק
lenashek
to kiss
Play לִשְׁלוֹחַ
lisloah
to ship to send
Play לְהַרְגִישׁ
leargish
to feel
Play לַעֲלוֹת
laalot
to get on board to board to cost
Play לִלְמוֹד
lilmod
to study
Play לְהַחֲלִיף בֶּגֶדִים
leahlif bgadim
to change clothes
Play לרדת גשם
laredet geshem
to rain
Play לֶאֱכוֹל אֲרוּחַת בֹּקֶר
leehol arohat boker
to have breakfast
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