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Pneumnemonic Hebrew for Beginners->PHB: Letter families->PHB: dalet - Commandment family דהחך

The meaning of each letter in the Dalet ד or Commandment Family has something to do with the commandment.

Dalet ד

The dalet ד is the commandment.

He ה

The he ה is drawn with a dalet ד as the commandment, then a vav returns halfway up the left side. The response is not a full response because the commandment is not understood. The response is like when sheep hear the shepherd's voice. [1] They are drawn to it, but they do not understand the words.

He means 'aha!' It is the response of recognition. [v 1] [q 1] [v 2]

Chet ח

The chet is drawn

Final kof ך


  1. When does a sheep decide which shepherd to follow?


  1. he ה - aha, m. to be drawn to God, but not understanding.
  2. How much does a sheep have to understand the shepherd to be his sheep?


  1. Joh 10:27 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me: