how do you say “Happy Birthday” in hebrew?

how do u say happy birthday in hebrew?

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  • Yom Huledet Same’ach

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  • Yom Huledet


    Several of the others gave correct answers. But, wait; there’s more! As Chanuka is known as the festival of light, we wish one another “Chag Urim Sameach!” (Happy Festival of Lights.) And, to clarify an above answer, we do greet one another on holidays such as Pesach, Sukkot, and Shavuot with: “Chag Sameach”. However, on Chanukah, it is more accepted to say: “Chag Chanuka Sameach”, or just “Chanuka Sameach”. Happy/sameach– pronounced: sah-may-ach The “ch” here represents the guttural sound of the Hebrew letter “chet”. It’s like pronouncing a hard “H”. (The closest sound to it in a romance language is the Spanish “J” or jota, if that helps at all.) lights/Urim –pronounced: ooh-reem Wishing you all of the above, from Jerusalem!

  • Yom Huledet Sameach

    יום הולדת שמח

    the “ch” at the end of Sameach is not the “ch” of English, it is the Hebrew letter chet, which is one of the (if not the only) sound used in Hebrew, but not English.

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