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HebrewEdit

Etymology 1Edit

הַ־(, the) +‎ בָּא(, comes)

NounEdit

הַבָּא ‎(habám ‎(plural indefinite הַבָּאִים, no construct forms, feminine counterpart הַבָּאָה) (definite)

  1. He who or that which is arriving: singular definite form of בָּא()‎.
    ברוך הבא
    barúch habá
    Welcome! [literally blessed is he who is arriving]

AdjectiveEdit

הַבָּא ‎(habá) ‎(feminine הַבָּאָה, masculine plural הַבָּאִים, feminine plural הַבָּאוֹת) (definite)

  1. Next; the one after the current; to come.
    שבוע הבא
    shavúa habá
    next week [literally week that comes]

Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

הָבֵא ‎(havé)

  1. Masculine singular imperative of הֵבִיא(heví).
    • Exodus 4:6, with translation of the King James Version:
      הָבֵא נָא יָדְךָ בְּחֵיקֶךָ
      havé ná yad'chá b'chekécha
      Put now thine hand into thy bosom

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