Handwriting - the Hebrew letter Alef

 

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Alef

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('a)
(a)

Handwritten form.

Due to its close resemblance to the square Aramaic alphabet and for ease nowadays the Hebrew alphabet is used to write Imperial, Biblical and Judeo-Aramaic dialects.

So,it would be very useful to learn it.

The handwritten forms of the Hebrew letters differ from their printed variants. They are call ktav (כתב), 'writing' in Hebrew.
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