A commonly used parting phrase in Israel.
DavkaWriter even comes with little stickers to put on the keys of your keyboard so you can learn their keyboard mappings, and an onscreen display shows you their keyboard mappings. People who are fluent in the language do not need vowels to read Hebrew, and most things written in Hebrew in Israel are written without vowels.
Koph When a squeezed resh sits on top of a final nun we get koph, a letter that stands for the same sound as kaph.
But there was once another way of writing the alphabet that the rabbis called K'tav Ivri, which means "Hebrew Script. And you shall love your neighbor as yourself.
In Sephardic pronunciation which is what most people use todaythis line would be pronounced: V'ahavtah l'reyahkhah kamokhah. In Ashkenazic pronunciation the pronunciation used by many Orthodox Jews and by many older JewsTav also has a soft sound, and is pronounced as an "s" when it does not have a dagesh.
Vav, usually a consonant pronounced as a "v," is sometimes a vowel pronounced "oo" as in "food" transliterated "oo" or "u" or "oh" as in "Oh!
These bowls date from the 7th or 8th century, and some of the letters are written in a form that is very antiquated Figure 3, column 1.