על האש
A מַנְגָּל (MAHN-gahl) is a barbecue… but the word comes from Arabic.
Rather, the proper (well, maybe not really proper) way to say it in Hebrew is עַל הָאֵש (ahl hah-ESH), which means, literally, on the fire.

The really proper way to say it is מַצְלֶה (mahts-LEH), coming from the word לִצְלוֹת (leets-LOHT) – to roast. But I had to look up this word – it’s not used much outside of academic circles.

Listen and repeat this important term, as these Israelis perform the Yom Haatzmaut mitzvah of על האש:
(can’t see the video?)