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AramaicEdit

VerbEdit

חדר ‎(transliteration needed)

  1. to wander
  2. to beg

HebrewEdit

Root
ח־ד־ר

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

חֶדֶר ‎(khéderm ‎(plural indefinite חֲדָרִים, singular construct חֲדַר־, plural construct חַדְרֵי־) [pattern: קֶטֶל]

  1. room
    ישבתי בחדרי.‎ ― yashávti bekhadrí ― I sat in my room.
    נכנסו לחדר גדול ועגול.‎ ― nichnásnu lekhéder gadól ve'agól ― We entered into a big and round room.
    הם גרים בדירה בעלת ארבעה חדרים.‎ ― hem garím bedirá baʿlát ʾarbaʿá khadarím ― They live in a flat with four rooms.
  2. cheder
  3. ventricle (lower cavity of the heart)
  4. (חֲדַר־, khadár-) Singular construct form of חֶדֶר‎: room of.
    חֲדַר אוֹרְחִים‎ ― khadár orkhím ― guests room [literally room of guests]
    חֲדַר שֵׁינָה‎ ― khadár shená ― bedroom [lit. room of sleep]
    חֲדַר אוֹכֶל‎‎ ― khadár ʾóchel ― dining room [lit. room of food]

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חָדַר ‎(khadár) ‎(pa'al construction, future יחדור \ יַחֲדֹר, passive counterpart נֶחְדַר)

  1. To penetrate.
  2. To invade.

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YiddishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Hebrew חֶדֶר(khéder, room).

NounEdit

חדר ‎(kheyderm, plural חדרים(khadorim)

  1. A cheder (a Jewish religious school).
  2. A room.