English Names in Hebrew
I can put any Hebrew name or initials on my designs. If you don't know the translation just put the English name/Hebrew e.g. Leigha/Hebrew and I will send you options, if there is more than 1 and I will always send you a proof before I finish it up so check your emails within 12 hours.
English names which are not derived from Hebrew names are normally represented by Hebrew names with similar underlying meanings. Thus, there are multiple translations of the same name... so if you know the translation you would like to use please spell out the words in the name blank.
*Note: you can put any name on any style of bracelet and - crystals and charms are optional. All bracelets are available with more than one string if you have more than 1 name for a grandma birthstone bracelet, for example.
Mum is אמא, pronounced: Ima - Alef, Mem, Alef.
Mother is אם, pronounced: em
My mother is pronounced: imi
Dad is אבא, pronounced Aba - Alef, Bet, Alef.
Peace - Shalom - םולש
Love - Ahava - הבהא
Joy - Simcha - החמש
noun for LOVE = ahava
verb for LOVE = ahav (בהא)
Raphael Loves Mummy - אמא תבהוא לאפר
*ProofAfter you place your order online, if you would like to see a proof of your design before I finish it up, please text the name your order is under (e.g. Proof please-Linda Smith) to (615) 490-2177. I will never sell or give away your telephone number and will ONLY contact you with questions and/or to send you a proof.
"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." Jen more...
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