False friend

False friends are words in two languages (or letters in two alphabets) that look or sound similar, but differ significantly in meaning. An example is the English embarrassed and the Spanish embarazada (which means pregnant), or the word sensible, which means reasonable in English, but sensitive in French and Spanish. Another example is the root L-H-M in Semitic languages, while "Lakham" in Hebrew and "Laham" in Syriac mean "Bread", "Laham" in Arabic is "Meat".
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