What Is the Definition of Alephs?

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Aleph is the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet, expressed as a glottal stop and transliterated using a superior comma. The word aleph may as well refer to a point or state where a countless amount of data is stored and processed.
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a·leph
[ah-lif; Hebrew ah-lef]
NOUN
1.
the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
2.
the glottal stop consonant or, alternatively, long vowel represented by this letter.
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Alephs is the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet. It is expressed as a glottal stop and is transliterated with a superior comma. As well as being in Hebraic alphabet is also used as an alphabetic character, as well as Hebrew script.
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