Hebrew for "Child of God" or literally "Daughter of God," as Hebrew does not have gender-neutral nouns. This word in the Latin alphabet is batel or bat'el.

Hebrew for "Child of God" or literally "Daughter of God," as Hebrew does not have gender-neutral nouns. This word in the Latin alphabet is batel or bat'el.

"Forgiven" in Hebrew -- i want this on one wrist and "Loved" on the other & i love the idea of having them in Hebrew, but i'd probably have it in English so people can actually read what it says (here in US anyways, where i live <3 )

"Forgiven" in Hebrew -- i want this on one wrist and "Loved" on the other & i love the idea of having them in Hebrew, but i'd probably have it in English so people can actually read what it says (here in US anyways, where i live <3 )

"Forgiven" in Hebrew -- i want this on one wrist and "Loved" on the other & i love the idea of having them in Hebrew, but i'd probably have it in English so people can actually read what it says (here in US anyways, where i live <3 )

"Forgiven" in Hebrew -- i want this on one wrist and "Loved" on the other & i love the idea of having them in Hebrew, but i'd probably have it in English so people can actually read what it says (here in US anyways, where i live <3 )

Solomon 3:4 in Hebrew "I have found the one whom my soul loves" We had it tattooed on our rib because Eve was formed from Adam's rib. And as the Bible explains for marriage...the two became one flesh

Solomon 3:4 in Hebrew "I have found the one whom my soul loves" We had it tattooed on our rib because Eve was formed from Adam's rib. And as the Bible explains for marriage...the two became one flesh

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