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The letter tav in modern Hebrew usually represents a voiceless alveolar plosive: Variations on written form and pronunciation[ edit ] The letter tav is one of the six letters that can receive a dagesh kal diacritic; the others are betgimeldaletkaph and pe.
Bet, kaph and pe have their sound values changed in modern Hebrew from the fricative to the plosive, by adding a dagesh. In modern Hebrew, the other three do not change their pronunciation with or without a dagesh, but they have had alternate pronunciations at other times and places.
Hebraization of English In Judaism[ edit ] Tav is the last letter of the Hebrew word emet, which means ' truth '. The midrash explains that emet is made up of the first, middle, and last letters of the Hebrew alphabet alephmemand tav: Sheqer falsehoodon the other hand, is made up of the 19th, 20th, and 21st and penultimate letters.
Thus, truth is all-encompassing, while falsehood is narrow and deceiving.
In Jewish mythology it was the word emet that was carved into the head of the golem which ultimately gave it life. But when the letter aleph was erased from the golem's forehead, what was left was "met"—dead.
And so the golem died. In other words, looking askance at a culture marked by dire moral decline is a kind of shibboleth for loyalty and zeal for God.Editorial Policy Statement:Written Communication is an international multidisciplinary journal that publishes original research and theory in writing.
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