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Woohoo! Wordle in Hebrew

I’ve been playing around with Wordle and Hebrew. I know that I can type directly into Wordle and get Hebrew, but I wanted to see if there was anywhere on the Internet from which I could copy Hebrew text and paste it into Wordle.

I went to my old friend, Mechon-Mamre and found the section where there is letter-only text that displays vowels when you hover over it (which is actually pretty cool).

I copied the first chapter of Megillat Esther and pasted it right into Wordle. And got the image below. Woohoo! Are you playing with Wordle in Hebrew? Why not? Email me with your thoughts!


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March 26, 2009 - Posted by | Technology, Wordle | , , ,


  1. That is AWESOME. I want to be cool and have Wordles in Hebrew.

    Comment by Allie | March 26, 2009 | Reply

  2. Debbie,
    You are a wiz, this is absolutely Faboulas – NEHEDAR (in Hebrew) I need to learn, please teach me so I can teach it
    to the kids at SSSDS. leah B.

    Comment by leah | March 28, 2009 | Reply

  3. Hi!
    I’ve just discovered Wordle, and am trying to paste Hebrew in, but the Hebrew is showing up a gobblygook. How do you do paste the Hebrew in?


    Comment by Caroline Geller | December 9, 2009 | Reply

  4. Tried entering Hebrew into Wordle and it did not work, I would love to use it in my Hebrew class.

    Comment by Tsipi | October 4, 2012 | Reply

    • Hi Tsipi – thanks for writing. I have been successful using Hebrew that is on the web, such as from Mechon-Mamre. You can also see if it works to put the Hebrew in and copy it into Wordle.

      Comment by Tktchr | October 4, 2012 | Reply

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