How to View Hebrew Vowels and Transliterations
Please follow these brief instructions to view Hebrew Vowels in your translations.
Please note that these features work best using the latest versions of Google Chrome , Internet Explorer or Firefox browsers.
Enter your word and click the blue "Translate" button.
View vowels (nikud) for the word or phrase by clicking on the vowels "switch" as shown below. Please note that transliterations are also shown in the light gray box below the words when vowels are turned on.
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