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What are the numeric equivalents (gematriah) of the Hebrew letters?

by Rabbi Yossi Marcus

  

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Alef=1

Beit=2

Gimmel=3

Dalet=4

Hey=5

Vov=6

Zayin=7

Chet=8

Tet=9

Yud=10

Kof=20

Lamed=30

Mem=40

Nun=50

Samech=60

Ayin=70

Pei=80

Tzadik=90

Kuf=100

Reish=200

Shin=300

Tav=400

Higher numbers are symbolized by combining various letters. So “Tav-Reish-Ayin-Dalet”=674.


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