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a = א (aleph)
b = ב (bet)
c = כ (chaf/kaf)
d = ד (dalet)
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SloM = שלום ("hello, goodbye, peace")
ani = אני ("I")
mdbr = מדבר ("speak")
Abrit = עברית ("Hebrew")
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(Latin), is a short but memorable saying that holds some important fact of experience that is considered true by many people, or it has gained some credibility through its long use.
Adages may be interesting observations, practical or
comments on life. Some adages are products of
which attempt to summarize some basic truth; these are generally known as
. An adage which describes a general rule of conduct may be known as a "
". A pithy expression which has not necessarily gained credit through long use but which is distinguished by particular depth or good style is known as an
, while one distinguished by
is known as an
. Through overuse, an adage may become a
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