א ש [ash]
אֵ שׁ [‘e:sh]
1-Fire; the phenomenon of combustion manifested by heat, light and flame.
Strong’s Number: 784
إيشْ – [e:sh]
Mean ‘what’ in spoken language.
אִ שֶּׁ ה [‘e:’sh.a:]
Note: the [e] sound at the end is similar to ‘e’ for ‘elephant’.
1- Fire Offering; a sacrifice that is placed in a fire as an offering.
Strong’s Number: 801
In Arabic: Non-existent
אִ שָּׁ ה [e.’sha:h]
1- A woman; an adult female person. As mortal.
Strong’s Number: 802
This exact meaning is found in a word that starts not with the phonic [א ] but with the phonic [ ע] since the phonics are extremely similar and the [ ע] has no phonetic representation in European languages, I would think that this word, in particular, is/was written initially with a [ ע]
This word in Arabic is a woman name and it has the exact connotation as in Hebrew. The name has two pronunciations:
1-In the spoken, informal, and especially rural Arabic, it is uttered as [ عِيشَه [עשָּׁה
instead of [אִשָּׁה]
- However, both utterances are represented by the same European letters: [ee-shah]
2-In literary Arabic, it is uttered as [ عَائَــشَه [עאשָּׁה [a:e.shah] (there is no sound similar to the sound that is in the first letter a. The nearest to it is the letter -a- itself.)
Both names mean a living woman. There are many well-known women in the Islamic tradition who were called by this name, which of course goes to show that the name itself is of an Aramaic, pre-Islamic origin.
The name/noun comes from the verb عاش [a:sha] (infinitive and past tense), يعيش [ya.e.shu] present and future. This literally means to live.
The feminine doer of the action to live is called [a:esha], its masculine version is عَائِش [a:esh]. Of course, this name is either non-existent or not common.
א שׁ ם [a-sham]
1- To be Guilty; to commit an offence, especially consciously.
Strong’s Number: 816
אָ שָׁ ם [a-sham]
1-Guilt; the fact of having committed a breach of conduct especially violating the law and involving a penalty.
2- The state of one who has committed an offence, especially consciously.
Strong’s Number: 817
أشم – [a-sham] to walk in a vain manner.
אֶ שֶׁ ר [a-sheyr]
1- Happy; a feeling of joy or satisfaction.
Strong’s Number: 835
אָ שֶׁ ר [a-sheyr]
pronoun & determiner
1- Which Or who, what or that. This word links the action of the sentence to the one doing the action.
Strong’s Number: 834
אֲ שֵׁ רָ ה [a-shey-rah]
1-Grove; an area of planted trees. Trees planted in a straight line.
Strong’s Number: 842
In Arabic: Not used.