Ha-yeled ra is correct, but the speaker doesn’t pronounce the initial h. That skipping of the initial h is common in colloquial Hebrew.
Ben means son; yeled is a boy
Ben means boy too
What about bar?
Is Aramaic, isn't it?
How does the word for boy (yeled) compare with another form of the word for boy (ben)? (Not typed out in Hebrew because I was having trouble with the format)
There is no boy = ben in hebrew. Ben = son
.בן can also mean boy
For example, in the common question after birth:
"Boy or girl?"
"בן או בת?"
The difference between the two:
"Yeled" will always refer to a child, while
"Ben" will most likely refer to the male gender.
"son or daughter" ??
Can רע mean evil?
רע = bad
מרושע/רשע = evil
…שֶׁנִּכְנַס בִּי פִתְאוֹם!
that is a fun song
What about נער?
נער is a youth, lad, adolescent, teenager....
Should accept הילד הוא רע