If you know some Hebrew, you’re probably familiar with the words for gold and silver – זָהָבand כֶּסֶף, respectively. (כסף is also the standard word for money). But you may not know what to call something made of gold or made of silver. These are מֻזְהָבand מֻכְסָף, respectively, when referring to a masculine object; and מֻזְהֶבֶתand מֻכְסֶפֶת, respectively, in the feminine.
מִי שֶׁמְּסַיֵּם קוּרְס “אוּלְפָּן לָעִנְיָין” בְּהַצְלָחָה, מְקַבֵּל תְּעוּדָה עִם חוֹתֶמֶת מֻכְסֶפֶת אוֹ מֻזְהֶבֶת. Whoever completes a course with (of) Ulpan La-Inyan successfully receives a certificate with a silvery or golden seal.
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About the Author: Ami Steinberger is founder and director of Ulpan La-Inyan.The author's opinion does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Jewish Press.
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