Phonetic Hebrew Keyboard Letter Mapping
Hebrew Alphabet with Phonetic Keyboard Keys
bet- b, B
aleph - a
vav- v, o, u
yud- i, y
chet- H, j, K
chaf sofit- C
samech - s
nun sofit - N
mem sofit- M
fay sofit - F, P
fay - f, p
pay - f, p
ayin - A, e
resh - r
kuf - k, q
tzadee sofit - X
tzadee - x, Z
tav/sav - t
tav - t
sin - S, w
shin - S, w
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How to Type on the Phonetic Hebrew Keyboard
Tip #1: Just Start Typing! Think aleph sounds like "a"? Try it. Gimel sounds like "g"? You guessed it again. a = א (aleph) b = ב (bet) c = כ (chaf/kaf) d = ד (dalet) you guess the rest! Tip #2: Type the wrong letter? Capitalize it! CAPITALIZE IT. It ...
Keyboard: Where's the Tet? Where are Sofit letters? Why are there two Yuds and two Vav characters?
Tet can be entered by typing a CAPITAL "T". The #1 basic rule for our phonetic keyboard is this: If you got the wrong letter, CAPITALIZE IT and that will be the letter you wanted! So… CAPITAL “T” will give you the Hebrew letter “Tet” :) Sofit letters ...
How to Hear Hebrew Audio Translations
Please try to follow these brief instructions to hear the audio. 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. ...
How to Conjugate Hebrew Verbs
There are a number of ways to access the Verb Conjugator. In all cases, you will be entering a verb or verb root (shoresh) in Hebrew, or any verb in English and then pressing the ‘Translate’ button. This will produce the conjugation tables in the ...
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 ...