how to say “several” or “a few” in Hebrew
Technically, this word is supposed to be pronounced with an emphasis on the last syllable: כַּמָּה . But the sweeping majority of Israelis will look at you funny if you try saying it that way in a sentence, instead, put the emphasis on the first syllable: כמה .
The word means several, a few, how much? and how many? depending on the context.
Here’s one example:
I wanted to buy just a few things, but in the end I bought an entire cart (cartful).