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I am wondering if anyone could provide me with a Hebrew translation for "strong tower".

If context is significant, I am referencing Proverbs 18:10, "The name of the Lord is a strong tower; The righteous run to it and are safe."

If you can help me, a post here would be great, or an email to schrojo (at) telus (dot) net is even better.

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Dear Sirs

I have seen that you have provided a correct translation for a hebrew tattoo and I was wondering if you could do the same for me.
I had a little boy whos name is Jacob Noah and as his names are Hebrew in origin I wanted to have it as a Tattoo.I have looked on the internet and have found several versions which are confusng me and I dont want to get it [sign in to see URL] you please help me.

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Chris (cplimley@[sign in to see URL])
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I think I've determined what strong tower (Prov 18:10) translates as. I will post it here, and please correct me if I'm wrong. I've consulted several lexicons and interlinear and Hebrew Bibles, and this appears to be correct. That said, I'm far from an expert in the Hebrew language, so if I'm wrong, I'd rather find out now than after I have this inked on my arm.

When I get some time, I'll post the specific steps I followed to research it on my own; this should assist some of you other folks who are looking for translations of specific biblical references. I have also researched 'living sacrifice' in Greek (Rom 12:1) and will share my steps on that as well.

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can someone please provide me with the hebrew translation for the word ' believe ' thanks
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quote:

razorblad3kiss wrote:

can someone please provide me with the hebrew translation for the word ' believe ' thanks



try this

in hebrew
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My previous post was slightly incorrect. According to the interlinear Bibles I've consulted (online and real to life books), this is correct for strong tower:
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For those who don't see any Hebrew or Greek text on the interlinear Bible and lexicon at [sign in to see URL], make sure that you have the fonts installed. Once you've done that you should have no problem finding most of these words that you're looking for.

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hello i was just wondering if anyone knew the translation for the word Beautiful in hebrew or where i could find it. i also know a chai is the symbol for life but is there a symbol or character for death?
thanks
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Hey, I hope someone can help me! I wanted to get a tattoo in Japanese, then I realized that hebrew is much more suited to me, and it will always be a reminder of my Jewish heritage.

I can't find the words i'm looking for anywhere though. emoticon

If anyone can give me an example of the words
"Dream"
"Love"
"Eternity"
that would be greatly appreciated!!!!

Thanks so much!!
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Hi everyone,

I just wanted to add a friendly warning to make sure your Hebrew is spelled correctly before getting a tattoo. I have written a number of blog posts on incorrect Hebrew tattoos -- some of which came from this site. (The posts may be seen at [sign in to see URL])

I do not want to be flooded with a bunch of requests for spellings, but what you can do is check with a seminary or bible college professor in your area. Also, make sure you have the Hebrew the correct direction; Hebrew reads from right to left.

Take care.
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