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how to say “angel” in Hebrew

Fri | Nov 05

how to say “angel” in Hebrew

In biblical times, מלאך
referred either to someone sent to this world from above, or just to a regular messenger. Today, however, people use מלאך to speak of an angel only (or someone who behaves that way) – while שליח
 is a person carrying a message or a parcel.
For example:
הוא לא בדיוק מלאך.
He isn’t exactly an angel.
and
היא עובדת כשליחה בוולט.
She works as a delivery (driver) for Wolt.
 
Note that the feminine version of שליח is שליחה
. Likewise, a female angel is מלאכית
.
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