Hebrew Name or Message Key Chains (Hebraic or English)
AJ-Key-1 - $19+
Key chain with 6mm Birthstone Crystal Dangle Charm
AJ-Key2 - $29
Name in Hebrew Key Chain with Star of David Charm
DBL-Key3 - $29
Mommy Key Chain with 4mm Birthstones
DBL-Key5 - $49
Name in Hebrew (or English) & Birthstone Key Chain
DBL-Key6 - $49
Monogram & Birthstone Key Chain with Picture Frame Charm
A Few Popular English to Hebrew Translations
Abba (pronounced AH-buh): Father, dad, daddy - אבּא
(could also be Aba for daddy)
Ahava (pronounced ah-hah-VAH):Love - אהבה - Aleph Hey Bet Hey
Bubbe: Grandma - אהבה - Aleph Hey Bet Hey
Grandma: Bubbe (Yiddish) or Savta (Hebrew) or Abuela (Israeli)
Chesed (pronounced KHEH-sed): is usually translated as “lovingkindness,” and describes acts such as visiting the sick and helping the poor. - חסד
Eema or Ima (pronounced EE-muh): Mother; mom - אמא
Elohim (pronounced el-oh-HEEM):God - אלוהים
Mishpacha (pronounced meesh-pakh-HAH):Family - משפּחה
Or: Light - אור
Shalom: Peace; hello; goodbye - שלום - Shin, Lamed, Vuv, Final Mem
Ouma and Oupa (grandmother and grandfather in Afrikaans)
Grandma: Bubbe (Yiddish) or Savta סבתא (Hebrew) or Abuela (Israeli)
Grandpa: Zayde (Yiddish) or Saba סבא (Hebrew) or Abuelo (Israeli)
"Savta" is the "correct" form for "grandmother".
"Safta" is the informal pronunciation when meaning "grandma".
Peace Love Joy written in Hebrew
Peace Love Joy will fit on a necklace or bracelet but not a key chain.
Peace - Shalom - שלום Shin, Lamed, Vuv, Final Mem
Love - Ahava -אהבה Aleph Hey Bet Hey
Joy - Simcha (Happiness) - שמחה Shin, Mem, Chet, Hey
"Linda received her bracelet yesterday. With blizzards in CO, mail was delayed 2 days, but finally arrived in her box yesterday. She LOVES it, and it's the perfect size. She put it on immediately and said that she will not take it off. Period! She leaves for Israel Tuesday, and is so excited to be wearing this during her travel, and when she will present a new business plan, before YHWH at the Wall.
Thank you so much! What a blessing."