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how to say “starting point” in Hebrew

Sun | Jul 05

how to say “starting point” in Hebrew

נְקוּדַּת מוֹצָא

The Hebrew word מוצא

means origin, as in:

אני ממוצא אירפואי – לפחות בדורות האחרונים.

I’m of European origin (descent) – at least in recent generations.

Since the word for point is נקודה
, point of origin – or starting point – is נקודת מוצא
.

For example:

ניפגש בנקודת המוצא שסוכם, ומשם נצא לדרך.

We’ll meet at the agreed starting point, and from there we’ll set off. 

מוצא comes from the root י.צ.א
meaning going out, so that נקודת מוצא is the point from which one goes out. Another expression for starting point is נקודת התחלה
.

What about an end-point? Watch today’s video to find out.

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