how to say “connected” in Hebrew
From the Biblical book of Psalms:
Built-up Jerusalem is as a city that was joined together with itself.
In case we get lost in the obscurity of that statement, the psalm goes on to explain that Jerusalem is the place of gathering for the diverse tribes of Israel. It is also the home of justice. The psalm then implores the reader to seek out the peace of Jerusalem, for the sake of brotherly love – it seems as if brotherly love depends on peace in Jerusalem (see Hebrew and English here).
הַנּוֹף מֵהַמִּרְפֶּסֶת הַיְּרוּשַׁלְמִית שֶׁלִּי
The word used to mean it (Jerusalem) was joined is חֻבְּרָה, a passive-intensive פֻּעַל verb, expressed in the past tense. חוברהalso means it was connected.
To describe someone as connected, you’d use the word מְחֻבָּרin the masculine and מְחֻבֶּרֶתin the feminine.
An example, in the plural: