I Need help to properly translare the name Nevaeh into Hebrew with the correct spelling..?
- TaiLv 73 years agoFavorite Answer
Generally speaking, you don't translate proper names into other languages, so I assume you mean to keep the basic sounds of Nevaeh but write them in Hebrew script, which would be "נבה".
If you mean the literal translation of that name, that's a different story. Since the name Nevaeh came to be by spelling the word Heaven backwards, you would have to do the same in Hebrew. The word for Heaven in Hebrew is "העולם הבא" (pronounced as ha'olám habá), so an exact translation would be the reverse of that (ábah málo'ah).
- PoppyLv 73 years ago
Nevaeh is Heaven spelled backwards, it became popular in the ‘90s. Don’t think you will find a translation except a direct one.
- micksmixxxLv 73 years ago
- SumDudeLv 73 years ago
First, do you realize that "Neveah" is just 'Heaven" spelled backward? So find the equivalent Hebrew word for 'afterlife' or 'eternal bliss' (or whatever) and spell it backwards. [have joke, half serious]