אולפן

HebrewEdit

 
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Root
א־ל־ף(ʾ-l-p)

EtymologyEdit

From Aramaic אולפן(ʾulpān, learning), taken from בית אולפן(bēṯ ʾulpān, schoolhouse, literally house of learning).

NounEdit

אולפן / אֻלְפָּן (ulpánm (plural indefinite אוּלְפָּנִים \ אֻלְפָּנִים‎, singular construct אוּלְפַּן־ / אֻלְפַּן־, plural construct אוּלְפָּנֵי־ / אֻלְפָּנֵי־‎)

  1. A studio, such as a recording studio or television studio.
  2. An ulpan, a school for new immigrants to Israel to learn Hebrew.

DescendantsEdit

  • English: ulpan
  • Russian: ульпа́н (ulʹpán)

See alsoEdit