The daily aspect of קצת עברית - Ktzat Ivrit - has been spotty over the past few days. I finally arrived this morning at 5:45 in Ben Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv after having flown from LAX on Wednesday afternoon and having had a great time during my nine-hour stopover in Madrid (based upon which I'll introduce a word once I have the pictures from my new friends/co-travelers).
I didn't sleep much during my transit, due partly to decongestant medication I'm taking, but also due to the guy snoring next to me...
To snore in Hebrew is לִנְחוֹר (leen-KHOHR). הוּא נָחַר כָּל הַלָּיְלָה (hoo nah-KHAHR kohl hah-LAH-ee-lah) is he was snoring all night.
לנחור is an "active simple" פעל (pah-AHL) verb.
שבת שלום וסוף שבוע נעים לכולם!
Shabbat Shalom and a nice weekend to all!