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valsi je'o
type cmavo
creator officialdata
time entered Mon Mar 3 01:41:04 2003

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English
Definition #1 [edit]
   
selma'o BY1
definition shift letterals to Hebrew alphabet.
gloss words
created by officialdata
vote information 100000
time Sun Mar 2 17:41:04 2003

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Español
Definition #1 [edit]
   
selma'o BY1
definition cambia letras a alfabeto hebreo
gloss words
created by xorxes
vote information 1
time Thu Mar 13 17:17:07 2003

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Français facile
Definition #61502 [edit]
   
definition passe à l'alphabet hébreux
created by glekizmiku
vote information 1
time Thu Oct 16 03:16:03 2014

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lojban
Definition #1 - Preferred [edit]
   
selma'o BY1
definition sinxa le du'u le se lidne lerfu cu xebro
notes xebro lerfu
gloss words
created by xorxes
vote information 1
time Tue Apr 8 11:02:03 2003

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Русский
Definition #1 [edit]
   
selma'o BY1
definition сдвигает буквенные символы в еврейский алфавит
gloss words
created by gleki2
vote information 1
time Wed Nov 14 03:20:15 2012

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日本語
Definition #40949 [edit]
   
selma'o BY1
definition ヘブライ文字変換 : 字詞をヘブライ文字に変換
notes ・読み方: ジェホ
created by glekizmiku
vote information 2
time Sun Jun 9 06:03:58 2013

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