How to pronounce Yareah? Music from the Moon

How to pronounce Yareah? Music from the Moon
Isabel del Rio

How to pronounce Yareah? Yesterday, I promised on Facebook that today, I would write a post to help our friends with the pronunciation of Yareah. Then, a promise is a promise and now, I’m writing it.


How to pronounce Yareah?

Yareah means Moon. Why did Martin Cid and I choose this word to call our magazine? Well, as you can suppose it’s not a word but an idea.

In 2009, when we founded the magazine, the idea was to have a bilingual international magazine and we look for an international concept and word. Of course, the Moon is international and in relation with old myths and legends about the Neolithic Goddess of our world. Then, with the Mother Nature.

Afterwards, we looked for a word of an old language, Latin, Old Greek, Hebrew… We chose Yareah because in our opinion, it sounded better than the other options. Definitely, Yareah sounds wonderful.

However, life is a surprise and now, people is asking me about its pronunciation, a beautiful pronunciation. Well, here some help.


Anyway, maybe is better to hear this song: Or Yareah by Pik & Co. From Kdam 2005. Half in Hebrew, half in English.

Lyrics: When the moonlight is blazing. It is driving me crazy. The light of the moon

Enjoy your day, Yareah friends. Art is everywhere and above all in the Moon!

Game: Find the Frog!

In this cover of 2001 A Space Odyssey, a frog is hidden. Can you find the frog? Where is Yareah frog?

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