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In Hebrew writing, the rules for writing without vowel pointers (niqqud).
Origin: From כתיב מלא
Ktiv hasar niqqud
Ktiv hasar niqqud, are the rules for writing Hebrew without vowel pointers, often replacing them with matres lectionis. To avoid confusion, consonantal ו and י are doubled in the middle of words. In general use, niqqud are seldom used, except in specialized texts such as dictionaries, poetry, or texts for children or for new immigrants.
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