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N, yo nee t spel ou you word completel. I fina letter ar trul no a optio, yo ca us th no fina form. Fo exampl, yo ca writ: ראשונ Thi doesn' loo righ, bu shou b understandabl. Omittin th las lette completel wil loo ver ba, incompeten, an possibl incomprehensibl. In your specific case, the word "ראשון" means "first". The word "ראשו&...


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I think James K's answer gives valuable insight, and shows the way to the general principle: Text reversal in any language is the reversal of the order of the units. Text reversal for a given writing system is well-defined to the same degree that the unit in that writing system is well-defined. In English, the unit of writing is considered to be the letter. ...


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Kaibun (circle sentences) are a poetic form in Japanese, for example (in romaji) Ta-ke-ya-bu ya-ke-ta (The bamboo grove has been burned) from Wikipedia, Kaibun. (they are also a "uncle joke" ie something your uncle would think is clever and funny) Note that when rendered in natural script, with kanji, the sound structure is hidden (竹薮焼けた) So ...


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