Some articles on letters, hebrew, hebrew letters:
... the top horizontal strokes whereas the standard English characters are above the letters The geresh ⟨׳⟩, is the Hebrew equivalent of a period in abbreviations (e.g ... abbrev.), in addition to being attached to Hebrew letters to indicate the soft g and ch sounds in foreign names (ex ... The gershayim ⟨״⟩, is a Hebrew symbol symbolizing that a sequence of characters is an acronym, and is placed before the last character of the word ...
... B.Div.) Bachelor of Hebrew Letters (B.H.L.) Bachelor of Ministry (B.Min.) Bachelor of Religious Education (B.R.E.) Bachelor of Sacred Literature (B.S.Litt.) Bachelor of ... or A.M.) Master of Arts in Hebrew Letters (M.A.H.L.—used by some Jewish schools) Master of Divinity (M.Div.—the most common degree taken before ministry in North America) Master of Ministry (M.Min ...
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“There are other letters for the child to learn than those which Cadmus invented. The Spaniards have a good term to express this wild and dusky knolwedge, Grammatica parda, tawny grammar, a kind of mother-wit derived from that same leopard to which I have referred.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Let the day perish wherein I was born, and the night in which it
was said, There is a man child conceived.”
—Bible: Hebrew Job (l. III, 3)