how to say “sweetness” in Hebrew

how to say “sweetness” in Hebrew

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LAST DAY for the special discount on
Ulpan La-Inyan Fall courses!

As a way of wishing you a wonderful new year, here is a non-exhaustive list of words that come from the Hebrew root for sweet, מ.ת.ק (m.t.k). The nouns are all declined in the masculine singular.

מָתוֹק (mah-TOHK) – sweet
לְהַמְתִּיק (leh-hahm-TEEK) – to sweeten
מַמְתִּיק (mahm-TEEK) – sweetener
מַמְתַּק (mahm-TAHK) –
candy (a sweet)

מֹתֶק (MOH-tek) – sweetie (works for both males and females)
מְתִיקוּת (meh-tee-KOOT) – sweetness

שָׁנָה טוֹבָה וּמְתוּקָה לְכוּלָם!

(shah-NAH toh-VAH oo-meh-too-KAH leh-khoo-LAHM!)
A good, sweet year to everyone!

From Ami and the team at Ulpan La-Inyan

This final Hebrew dose of the Jewish year
is sponsored by Yom Tov:

I’ve seen his amazing art at Hechal Shlomo and even acquired a piece myself.

After having studied literature and linguistics on the bachelors level and psychology on the masters, Ami decided to draw upon his hobby of learning languages, his understanding of human thought processes and his skill of explaining complex ideas in simple terms, to found a program that enables people to speak Hebrew with confidence.

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