The letter Aleph is the first in the Hebrew abjad. The word alephbet comes from the first two Hebrew letters, aleph and bet.

The letter looks similar to an X. It is silent. Only the vowel next to it is pronounced. (Traditional Hebrew does not show the vowels, but they are included to assist less fluent readers.)

The letter looks like א

אAleph (letter) is a Hebrew letter. If you'd like to start learning Hebrew, see the Hebrew Wikibook.

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