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Greek letter Eta. Eta (uppercase Η, lowercase η) is the seventh letter of the Greek alphabet. In the system of Greek numerals it has a value of 8.



Significance of He
In gematria, He symbolizes the number five, and when used at the beginning of Hebrew years, it means 5000 (i.e. התשנד in numbers would be the date 5754).

Attached to words, He may have three possible meanings:
- A preposition meaning "the", "that", or "who" (as in "A boy who reads"). For example, yeled - a boy, Hayeled - the boy.
- A prefix indicating that the sentence is a question. (For example, Yadata - You knew, Hayadata? - Did you know?)
- A suffix after place names indicating movement towards the given noun. (For example, Yerushalayim - Jerusalem, Yerushalaymah - towards Jerusalem.)
He, being five in gematria, is often found on amulets, symbolizing the five fingers of a hand, a very common talismanic symbol.

In Judaism
He is often used to represent the name of God, as He stands for Hashem, which means The Name and is a way of saying 'God' without actually saying the name of God. In print, Hashem is usually written as He with a chupchik: 'ה.
At the seder, during Yachatz there is a tradition to break the matzah into the shape of the letter He
These are 'final form' of the letters mem and nun. They only go at the end of a word - never at the start or middle of a word:



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