What is the Hebrew word for bear?
דוב (dov) bear (noun)
A compound of Hebrew דוב (dov) and Yiddish בער (ber), both meaning bear.
Kodesh, a word meaning sacred in Hebrew; see Sacredness#Judaism.
The bear is used as a metaphor for the activity of both the wicked and of God. In the former use it denotes the wicked as essentially bestial—cruel, insensitive, self-seeking, and without a spiritual consciousness (Prov 28:15; cf. other passages where the wicked are described as bestial: Ps 22:12ff.; Dan 7:1–8).
Ze'ev (Hebrew: זאב \ זְאֵב zeév), also spelled Zeev or Zev, is a name of Hebrew origin which means wolf. The given name is a masculine form used among Ashkenazi Jews. It is a Biblical name, adapted from a reference to Benjamin in Genesis as a "wolf that raveneth".
The English word “bear” comes from the Old English bera. We think that evolved from the word bero, or “brown one” in Proto-Germanic, an ancient language spoken by a group of tribes in northern Europe from about 500 B.C.E.
In Hebrew Baby Names the meaning of the name Ber is: Bear.
Origin:Hebrew. Meaning:cub, young lion.
Velvel (Yiddish: װעלװעל) or Velvl (Yiddish: װעלװל) is a Yiddish masculine given name meaning "wolf" in Yiddish.
What is Shiva? Shiva is a Hebrew word meaning "seven" and refers to a seven-day period of formalized mourning by the immediate family of the deceased. Shiva begins immediately after the burial and concludes a short time after the morning service (Shacharit) on the seventh day.
What does Patah mean in Hebrew?
Pataḥ (Hebrew: פַּתָּח patákh, IPA: [paˈtaχ], Biblical Hebrew: pattā́ḥ) is a Hebrew niqqud vowel sign represented by a horizontal line ⟨ אַ ⟩ underneath a letter. In modern Hebrew, it indicates the phoneme /a/ which is close to the "[a]" sound in the English word far and is transliterated as an a.
Hadash (Hebrew: חד״ש, lit. 'New'), an acronym for HaHazit HaDemokratit LeShalom uLeShivion (Hebrew: הַחֲזִית הַדֶּמוֹקְרָטִית לְשָׁלוֹם וּלְשִׁוְיוֹן, lit. 'The Democratic Front for Peace and Equality'; Arabic: الجبهة الديمقراطية للسلام والمساواة, romanized: al-Jabhah ad-Dimuqrāṭiyyah lis-Salām wa'l-Musāwah, abbr.
BERED (1) be'-red (beredh, "hail," from a Hebrew root meaning "to be cold"): The son of Shuthelah of the house of Ephraim (1 Chronicles 7:20). Compare BECHER.
According to the Bible, Bera (Hebrew: בֶּ֫רַע Beraʿ ) (possibly meaning "gift") was the king of the wicked city of Sodom, spoken of in Genesis 14:2, "... that they made war with Bera king of Sodom." Scholars are divided on Genesis 14.
Ursus is a genus in the family Ursidae (bears) that includes the widely distributed brown bear, the polar bear, the American black bear, and the Asian black bear. The name is derived from the Latin ursus, meaning bear.
Etymology and pronunciation. The word comes from the Mishnaic Hebrew construct רְבִּי rǝbbī, meaning "Master [Name]"; the standard Hebrew noun is רב rav "master". רב rav is also used as a title for rabbis, as are rabbeinu ("our master") and ha-rav ("the master"). See also Rav and Rebbe.