- alemán, mateo,
- alemán, miguel,
- alençon lace,
- alepoudelis, odysseus,
- aleppo boil
Origin of aleph
Examples from the Web for aleph
Daneri is using the Aleph to write a terrible poem that minutely and pointlessly describes everything on earth.Is Dave Eggers’ ‘The Circle’ Our Generation’s ‘1984’?|Stefan Beck|October 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The first begins with Aleph, the second with Beth, and so on, the second verse of each pair not being counted in the scheme.
Each short clause begins with Aleph; each makes the same fervid resolve.
Commonly referred to under the symbol , the Hebrew letter, Aleph.Lectures on Bible Revision|Samuel Newth
Word Origin for aleph
Hebrew and Phoenician letter, c.1300, from Semitic languages, pausal form of eleph "ox" (the character might have developed from a hieroglyph of an ox's head); also see alphabet.