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How to Say “A Tie” in Hebrew – Ulpan La-Inyan

Sun | May 05

How to Say “A Tie” in Hebrew – Ulpan La-Inyan

Though ties are admittedly scarce in Israel, they still have a word: עניבה
.
For example:
עניבות עונבים בישראל בעיקר בכנסת.
(People) wear ties in Israel mainly in the Knesset.
Where does עניבה
come from? It first appears in Mishnaic Hebrew where it refers to a looped garment people would tie around their necks. It may have something to do with ענב
– a grape – due to the loop’s roundish look.

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