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Welcome to the new Aleph!
This is a new version of Aleph that is designed to be more user friendly and easy to use.
We built these tools to help you with basic text tasks, like reversing the order of Hebrew words, removing niqqud, and more.
When working with Hebrew text, a common problem is that a text editor will treat the
Hebrew as English text, reversing its direction from right-to-left to left-to-right.
This tool can help by mirroring the words, making the first letter the last, and the last the first.
Accepts: Hebrew, English
Output: Hebrew, English in inverted order
This tool removes the niqqud, or vowel markings, from Hebrew text. This can be useful
for making text more legible, or for creating text that will be used in a context where the niqqud is not
Niqqud on Wikipedia Ktiv hasar Niqqud on Wikipedia
Output: Hebrew without Niqqud
If your keyboard was set to type in Hebrew, but you wanted to type in English, you can
find yourself frustrated after typing a document and seeing gibberish on the screen. Just paste the text
into this tool, and it will automatically translate the Hebrew keycodes into their English equivalents.
If you want to type in English, but see the text appear in Hebrew, this tool will
translate the text back into Hebrew keycodes. This can be helpful if you want to type a document in Hebrew,
but you forgot to change your keyboard settings.
This is a calculator for the numeric value of Hebrew words or phrases, based on the
traditional Jewish method of (Numerology), where each letter of the alphabet has a corresponding number
value, essentially assigning a numerical value to a name, word or phrase according to an alphanumerical
cipher; for example: the letter Aleph is 1, the letter Beth is 2, and so on.
Gematria on Wikipedia