Nothing in Hebrew Dictionary – כלום

English: Nothing
Hebrew Translation: כְּלוּם
Hebrew Transliteration: klum
Word Type: Noun, Masculine. klum literally means “something”, but it is used to say “nothing” instead, specially with negating tools, such as “ein”. For Example:
אין לי כלום = ein li klum = I have nothing.
Hebrew Pronunciation:

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Author: Trey

While working on my Bachelor Degree of Arts in Hebrew language, I realized how far apart today's spoken Hebrew is from the Hebrew you study in your tradition school. After my search for an online Hebrew dictionary that provided modern-day vocabulary with pronunciation was in vain, I decided to start this one in 2013 with my then- life partner, Adam. Today, some of the words here are pronounced by native speakers I hired, some pronounced by me, some by my native-speaking ex and some by colleagues at the university. We haven't been able to get everything recorded, but we hope we have covered most of what you are looking for. If there is a word that you suggest inclusion, please write me.