Blue One (kalagni) wrote in linguaphiles,
Blue One
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I'm looking to how to say Mind in Hebrew.

The trouble is I'm looking for it, with a few exceptions, that may not make the translation I want possible (or rather exist).

I'm looking for a word that means Mind, not Brain, but so far the words I've come across in Hebrew that mean Mind, have some connotation with Soul/Spirit, which I'm trying to avoid.

Is there even a word like that, or are the notions of Mind/Soul/Spirit too connected in the Hebrew language?

Thanks.
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