Happy Birthday in Hebrew, Audio Pronunciation
Happy Birthday in Hebrew

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Yom huledet Sameach

יום הולדת שמח

Have you ever wanted to greet a Jewish or an Israeli friend on their birthday? Doing so in English is of course acceptable, but how about adding some fun and surprise them with this very easy Hebrew phrase? Happy birthday in Hebrew!

To say Happy birthday in Hebrew, it is quit easy, the phrase is a 3-word sentence, since birthday is actually two words in Hebrew. Birth and day.

So here is the phrase in details

יום הולדת שמח

yom huledet sameach

יום = yom means “day”

הולדת = huledet means “birth”

שמח = sameach means “happy”

I have recorded the phrase on a file that you can either listen to it or download it for future reference. Do not forget to freely subscribe to my site to get more Hebrew words and phrases pronounced like this for ya):

Happy Birthday in Hebrew, Audio Pronunciation

As you notice, in Hebrew the adjective comes after the noun, unlike in English or German or other Latin-oriented languages. So we literally say “birthday happy”.

Happy Birthday in Hebrew (Printable Worksheets)

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If you have questions, don’t hesitate to ask. I will do my best to answer them.

By the way, some people asked me about the birthday cake pan shape of Star of David, I do not make it and I cannot assist you on where to buy it, however, you can find it on Amazon here. 

And hey!

Why stop at telling people “happy birthday”? You can speak Hebrew! Yes you can. Saying “hello”, “nice to meet you”, “which is the road to Tel Aviv?” are all easy phrases, as easy as “yom huledet sameach”! All you have to get is some courage and a good Hebrew course that teaches you how to really SPEAK the language. Try Pimsleur, you might be surprised.

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