# Aleph

In mathematics, the aleph numbers are a sequence of numbers used to represent the cardinality (size) of infinite sets. They are named after the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet, aleph (א).

The aleph numbers are denoted using the symbol ℵ (the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet, aleph). The first few aleph numbers are:

ℵ0 = 1
ℵ1 = 2
ℵ2 = 4
ℵ3 = 8
ℵ4 = 16

The aleph numbers are often used to describe the sizes of infinite sets in mathematics. For example, the set of all natural numbers (1, 2, 3, …) is infinite, and has cardinality ℵ0. The set of all real numbers (0, 1, 2, …) is also infinite, and has cardinality ℵ1. What is the meaning of aleph in Psalm 119? The Hebrew letter aleph is the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet. In gematria (a system of assigning numerical value to letters), aleph has a value of 1. In the Psalms, aleph is often used as a symbol for unity or oneness. What is the first letter in Hebrew? The first letter in Hebrew is Aleph. How do you say aleph in Hebrew? In Hebrew, the letter aleph (אלף) is pronounced as "a" (א), "l" (ל), and "f" (פ), or as a glottal stop (ʔ). It is written as אלף in Hebrew script. What is the Hebrew letter for God? The Hebrew letter for God is the Aleph, which is the first letter in the Hebrew alphabet. The Aleph has a numeric value of 1 and is also the first letter in the Hebrew Bible.

##### Is aleph a name?

The answer to this question is a bit complicated. Aleph is a symbol that represents the concept of infinity, so it is not technically a name. However, the symbol aleph is often used to denote the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet, which is also called aleph.