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Hatikvah

[ Sephardic Hebrew hah-teek-vah; Ashkenazic Hebrew hah-tik-vaw; English hah-tik-vuh ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew hɑˈtik vɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew hɑˈtɪk vɔ; English hɑˈtɪk və /
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noun

the national anthem of Israel.

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How to use Hatikvah in a sentence

  • This one opens with a title reading: Press Conference 1, Proposed Law of Loyalty to the Song of Hatikvah, the 18th Knesset.

    Balad's Parody 'Hatikvah' Ad|Don Futterman|January 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
  • As the evening came to a close, Cantor David Edwards led everyone in the singing of Hatikvah, the Israeli national anthem.

    No Doubt In Toronto|Colin Fleming|November 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
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