Its in the [...]. Ba- is a combination of be- (in) and ha- (the).
So that's why I've been crying all dinner.
How do you know its ba meaning "in the" vs b' (just "in")? I thought just onion in gravy vs in the gravy.
So just to be clear רוטב can also mean "gravy"...?
yesh batzál ba-rótev.
Barotev? I though it's always bi or be...
In the sauce: bahrotev
The ה for "the" is absorbed into the ב but changes the vowel (nikkud)
In a sauce: brotev