The Hebrew Letter PEY
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PEY is the seventeenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet
Pey has two pronunciations.
Pey, with a dagesh kal (small dot in the center) of the letter, and
Fey without a dagesh.
Pey also takes a final (sofit) form when the letter occurs at the end of a word—the final form has the softer pronunciation of fey.
Pey is pronounced as "p" in peg.
Fey is pronounced as "f" in fine.
Pey sofit is pronounced as "f" in fine.
Pey is transliterated "p".
Fey is transliterated "f".
(mouth) is transliterated pe. Syllabification. pe.
(book) is transliterated sefer . Syllabification. se-fer .
(wing) is transliterated kanaf . Syllabification. ka-naf .
Gematria. Pey is equal to 80.
SPIRITUALITY in the letter PEY