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"ערב" (arav -"Arabia") and "ערב" (erev "evening") are wtitten with the same letters, but they are different words and need different links. Liso 16:02, 13 February 2007 (UTC)

No, they both belong on the same page, with the same link. This is just like an English word such as bat, which means a club and also a flying mouse. Both words go on the bat page. Make all needed explanations and descriptions on the ערב page. Besides Arabia and evening, I think it also means to guarantee, to pledge, to be agreeable, to pawn (arav); and also liable, responsible, pleasant, delicious, sweet, guarantor (arev); and also mixture, jumble, woof (in weaving, erev). All the different pronunciations and meanings belong on the ערב page. —Stephen 19:57, 14 February 2007 (UTC)