Hebrew Alef-Bet Part 4: Zayin through Nun

In this video I introduce the Hebrew alef-bet (alphabet), how to sound seventh through fourteenth letters, and how write them in both square script and modern cursive Hebrew.

Here’s a quick view of the consonants covered in the video:


Name Block Cursive Sound
Zayin ז Hebrew letter Zayin handwriting.svg Z
Het ח Hebrew letter Het handwriting.svg
Tet ט Hebrew letter Tet handwriting.svg
Yod י Hebrew letter Yud handwriting.svg Y
Kaf כ Hebrew letter Kaf handwriting.svg K or KH
Final Kaf ך Hebrew letter Kaf-final handwriting.svg KH
Lamed ל Hebrew letter Lamed handwriting.svg L
Mem מ Hebrew letter Mem handwriting.svg M
Final Mem ם Hebrew letter Mem-final handwriting.svg M
Nun נ Hebrew letter Nun handwriting.svg N
Final Nun ן Hebrew letter Nun-final handwriting.svg N
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