Weekly Hebrew Words with Yaara –  Fruits

Weekly Hebrew Words with Yaara – Fruits

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Hi everyone! שָׁלוֹם (shalom). Welcome to Hebrew weekly words. My name is
Yaara and this week’s theme is… fruits – פירות (perot) Single is פרי (pri). So fruits, exciting, yeay! תפוח
apple” “Green apples are my favorite.”
.תפוחים ירוקים הם האהובים עליי
(tapuħim yerukim hem ha-a’huvim alai.) אבטיח – (avatiyaħ) “watermelon”
Plural is.. אבטיחים – (avatiħim) .ביפן יש אבטיחים מרובעים
(be-yapan yesh avatiħim meruba’im.)
“Japan has Square Watermelons”. It’s true. Google it. תאנה
“fig” I actually love figs. I have a friend who can’t eat them because she says that the
insides look like worms. So that’s a picture you won’t be able to get out of your head. .לסבתא שלי היה עץ תאנה
(le-savta sheli haya etz te’ena.)
“My grandmother had a fig tree.” משמש  - (mishmesh)
“apricot” The word is
משמש ―(mishmesh)
but Israelis usually say
מישמיש ―(mishmish) .קניתי בשוק קילו מישמישים
(kaniti ba-shuk kilo mishmishim.)
“I bought 1 kilo of Apricots in the market.” דובדבן ―(duvdevan)
“cherry” “This event was the cherry on my cream.”
.האירוע הזה היה הדובדבן שבקצפת
(ha-erua ha-ze haya ha-duvdevan she-ba-katzefet.) And this is the end. So thank you so much
for watching this week’s episode of Hebrew weekly words. We talked about fruits פירות (perot).
So don’t forget to check our website and 
see you next week, bye.

24 thoughts on “Weekly Hebrew Words with Yaara – Fruits

  • Y Post author

    Thank you! love this video:)

  • Steven Demonnin Post author

    You go just a little too fast.

  • Polyglot Post author

    Arabic : battikh (melon), mishmish (apricot). It's exciting to see the common substract through the similarities in the vocabulary.

  • Jonathan Diego Knopf Post author

    AWESOME VIDEO! Make more! I love that!

  • Raluca Ilona Ion Post author


  • Brian Win Post author

    love your videos but you speak too quickly, would it be possible to repeat the line slowly so some of us slow readers can follow you? Thanks.

  • Adam Cz Post author

    Hi hebrewpod101 !
    Your site seems to be very helpfull, especially for people like me who try to learn by self.
    I have one question about "and":
    When I should use "ve", and when "u" ?
    How to recognize it in reading, both are writen by Vav letter ?
    Thanks a lot, Todah Rabbah!

  • Jacques Paulsen Post author

    You forgot Cantaloupes ๐Ÿ™

  • ุงู„ู…ู„ูƒ 7777 Post author


  • Kari Medley Post author

    I actually googled the square watermelon.. it's amazing, I want one!

  • Jeffrey Charles Post author

    state the sentences slower, I am just a beginner. thank you for such a good tutorial

  • Anonymously Anonymous Post author

    I heard figs DO get worms. Well not worms but larvae from a type of wasp or yellowjacket. They burrow deep into the fig and lay their eggs. Sometimes the bug dies there too. Then the male fertilizes eggs and the eggs hatch in the fig.

  • ืขื™ื“ื• ืฉืžื—ื™ Post author

    ืขืฅ ืชืื ื™ื (ืœื ืขืฅ ืชืื ื”) ื•ืขืœ ืื•ืชื• ืžืฉืงืœ ืขืฅ ืชืคื•ื—ื™ื / ืขืฅ ืžื™ืฉืžืฉื™ื ื•ื›ื•ืณ

  • ziad sapty Post author


  • Ray Ray Montoya Post author

    Just a pedantic FYI, fruit is a non count noun, isn't it?

  • Nova 8 Media Post author

    I hate figs and apples

  • Teddy Covey Post author

    So I'm learning Hebrew on Duolingo, and they used the word ืืคืจื•ืง instead of ืžืฉืžืฉ for apricot. Which is correct?

  • Fahad Sharifi Post author

    ุดู„ูˆู… ๐Ÿ˜น

  • Sumerian Post author

    ืื ื™ ืื•ื”ื‘ ืชืคื•ื—

  • Sumerian Post author

    ืื ื™ ื˜ื•ื”ื‘ ืื‘ื˜ื™ื—

  • Sumerian Post author

    ืื ื™ ืื•ื”ื‘ ืชืื ื”

  • Sumerian Post author

    ืื ื™ ืื•ื”ื‘ ืžืฉืžืฉ

  • Sumerian Post author

    ืื ื™ ืœื ืื•ื”ื‘ ื“ื•ื‘ื“ื‘ืŸ

  • IngmarSweep Post author

    Ever noticed how ืค-ืจ, or something close to it, is in many fruit names like prune, pear, apricot, fruit, Frucht (German), perzik (Dutch), berry? Funny…

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