How can גבר be pronounced?
Take a look at the Romanization on Wiktionary:
There's also this article: how to say "man" in Hebrew
What is the word used for man most common in hebrew? איש or גבר?? What is the difference in meaning?
hey. id say they're equally used? but when you want to say "man, woman" it'll be "גבר, אישה"
hope I helped!
I'd say it's all about context
when we read כ k
Shouldn't "The man eats" be also accepted?
It should be accepted as well
Is adom also used for man? Is it common?
why is it hagever instead of hagavar
Because "gever" is the pronunciation of the word. On the other hand "gavar" is the masculine singular past tense of the verb "to overpower" - "he overpowered".