Hebrew Alef-Bet and Order of Books

Hebrew Alef-Bet

The handy reference table below shows the letters of the Hebrew alef-bet and the way they are usually spelled in English. There is no standard for these spellings, though. In some cases, letters have variants that are used if the letter is at the end of a word. There are a Kaf and a “Kaf Sofit” (final Kaf), for instance, or a Mem and a Mem Sofit. Thanks to subscriber Dan Sewell for the suggestion.

Order of Books in the Hebrew Tanakh
and Christian Old Testament

The order of books in the Hebrew Tanakh and Christian Old Testament are somewhat different. The first seven books are the same, but after Judges the lineup changes.



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