What Is The Hebrew Translation For Welcome?


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Shayne Hutcheson Profile
There are variations on how you say it depending on who you are saying it to. Examples are below:

Hebrew (Israel) [to a man] is "Baruch haba"
Hebrew (Israel) [to a woman] is "Brucha haba'a"
Hebrew (Israel) [to several men] is "Bruchim habayim"
Hebrew (Israel) [to several men] is "Bruchim habaim"
Hebrew (Israel) [to several women] is "Bruchot haba'ot'"
Hebrew (Israel) [to several women] is "Bruchot habaot"

Hope that helps!
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Anonymous answered
I just find out that welcome in Hebrew is "Baruch Haba" for a female how do you say "welcome to our humble home."

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