The Hebrew word for sin is "Het" which is the same Hebrew word for what happens in Archery when one does not hit the bullseye. Simply put Sin (Het) means missing the mark.
There isn't actually a Hebrew word that literally means the Christian concept of sin. Jewish liturgy uses the word "khet" (חטא) which is an archery term meaning "missing the mark". The Hebrew word which is translated as "Sin" in the English Bible, was "Het" (חטא), which meant to err, or miss the mark. In the Judaic religious sense it meant to fail to to live up to the commandments of God.
The word archery has three syllables. The syllables of the word are arch-er-y.
whana is the maori word for archery.
An archer is someone who enjoys archery.
archery - アーチェリーarcher - 射手
"Hebrew" is the English word for Hebrew.
There is no Hebrew word for "an." There is no indefinite article in Hebrew.
He is "hu". (There is no Hebrew word for is).
diestra has no meaning in Hebrew. This is not a Hebrew word.
Jireh is not a Hebrew word. There no J in Hebrew.
Sydney is not a Hebrew word. It has no meaning in Hebrew.
"ash are" has no meaning in Hebrew. The Hebrew word for "ash" is efehr (×¢×¤×¨) and there is no Hebrew word for "are".
But is not a a Hebrew word. The English word But means אבל (aval) in Hebrew.
There is no Hebrew word for bishop; Hebrew borrows this word from English and pronounces it beeshof.
No. Janah is not a Hebrew word, and the Hebrew word for Paradise comes from the Hebrew word pardess (×¤×¨×“×¡) which means "orchard."
The word Hebrew is a Hebrew word, borrowed into English from the greek language, (in the same way that most Hebrew names from the Jewish Bible were borrowed into English via Greek, such as Moses and Solomon). The Hebrew word for "Hebrew" is "ee-VREE"
The word "womack" doesn't have a Hebrew definition.The word "womack" doesn't have a Hebrew word. It's a name. You can spell it ווֹמאק in Hebrew letters.
mamah is not a Hebrew word.
the word "jae" is not a Hebrew word.
There is no Hebrew word for Merdith.
There is no hebrew word for Garcia.
There is no Hebrew word for quintero.
There is no Hebrew word for Whitney.