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אֲנַחְנוּ (anákhnu) m, f
- We; the subject form of the first-person plural personal pronoun.
- This term does not change form to reflect gender; any adjective or present-tense verb will agree with the implicit gender of its referents (masculine for a group of men or for a mixed group of men and women, feminine for a group of women).
- In formal, archaic, and poetic speech and writing, the synonymous form אנו (ánu, “we”) is often found instead.
- This word is somewhat less common than its English counterpart, since in Hebrew the subject pronouns are typically omitted in the past and future tenses.
- אָנוּ (ánu, “we”)