10 Hebrew Words Palestinians Use Today
This is more common among Palestinians living in Israel. The word means 'Okay.'
The word means 'phone reception' and is often used among Palestinians in Israel. Palestinians in the West Bank might use the English word 'reception' for phone reception.
This is a specific bread, as in the picture.
The word means a 'military checkpoint,' which is a reality to many Palestinians on their daily journey.
This means 'traffic light' and is usually pronounced with an 'n' in the end by Palestinians in the West Bank; however, the correct pronunciation is 'Ramzor' with an 'r' in the end, not an 'n.'
The word refers to the famous German dish that often uses pork. Here pork is replaced with chicken, and then battered and covered with breadcrumbs.
This means a 'remote,' and is more used to refer to the Television remote control.
This means 'interesting' which has no common Arabic equivalent in spoken language. This is often used among Palestinians in Israel.
This means 'sorry' and it is mostly used to say 'excuse me,' especially while in line or if you bump into people accidentally.
This is the pound sign in Hebrew and is commonly used among Palestinians in Israel.