After finishing working tonight I walked up the hill from the German Colony to Katamon (both Jerusalem neighborhoods) for the evening prayer... and to get some air. On the way back I walked with a good friend of mine, דּוֹרוֹן (Doron), who is an accountant. We had a good conversation... and I got material for the daily dose of Hebrew (as well as tomorrow's).
The Hebrew term for accountant is רוֹאֶה חֶשְׁבּוֹן (roh-EH khesh-BOHN) - literally, one who sees account(s) (רואָה חשבון - roh-AH - for a female).
The term for the discipline of accounting is רְאִיַּת חֶשְׁבּוֹן (reh-ee-YAHT khesh-BOHN).
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