Hebrew

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Root
ר־א־ה (r-ʾ-h)

Pronunciation

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Etymology 1

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From Proto-Semitic [Term?]. Compare Arabic رَأَى (raʔā), Ge'ez ርእየ (rəʾyä).

Verb

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רָאָה (ra'á) third-singular masculine past (pa'al construction, infinitive לִרְאוֹת, passive counterpart נִרְאָה)

  1. To see, to have vision; figuratively, to perceive.
    רָאִיתִי חָבֵר שֶׁלִּי בַּחֲנוּת וְשָׁכַחְתִּי לִקְנוֹת חָלָב.
    ra'íti khavér shelí bakhanút v'shakhákhti liknót khaláv.
    I saw a friend of mine at the store and forgot to buy milk.
  2. (archaic) To observe, look at; figuratively, to consider.
  3. (רְאֵה, r'é) masculine singular imperative of רָאָה
Conjugation
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Noun

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רֹאֶה (ro'ém

  1. defective spelling of רואה

Etymology 2

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Root
ר־א־ה (r-ʾ-h)

Noun

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רֵאָה (re'áf (plural indefinite רֵאוֹת, singular construct רֵאַת־)

  1. defective spelling of ריאה.