(Native Hebrew speaker, learner of Arabic here) Yes! Hebrew borrowed "כיף" from Arabic. In written Arabic, like in Hebrew but more extremely, vowels are not written. مكيّف pronounced "mukayyef" means air condition. Air condition was given this word, so my teachers say, because it's so fun to have in the middle eastern climate...
Masculine nouns ending in ־ה are rare, but usually end in "eh" (or "eyh" under the older pronunciation) instead of "ah." The reason most feminine nouns end in "ah" and masculine nouns do not is that the "ah" is what is added to a masculine noun to make it feminine. Often, this affects the pronunciation of the preceding syllables, especially the accent but also frequently the vowel sounds.
"king" in Hebrew is מלך (pronounced "melekh" with the accent on the first syllable)
"queen" is מלכה (pronounced "malkah" with the accent on the last syllable).
Do you have a Hebrew keyboard installed? That will make it much easier. If you do, you can make it even easier by getting stickers w/ the Hebrew letters and putting them on the keys that create them. Otherwise, it just takes time to memorize as the standard layout is a fair bit different from a qwerty English keyboard.