In Hebrew eyes are Einayim, and the Ayin can look like it has two eyes.
Memory aid words to help you remember
When paired with a Sh'va vowel, this letter makes
an "A" sound
Hebrew words that begin with
Einayim (Eyes) Eitz (Tree) Olam (World)
A story about
It was a sunny Sunday morning when Ayin was sitting under an Eitz (tree) looking at the beautiful Olam (world) that G-D created. But Ayin realised that it was not able to clearly see in the distance and could not tell if there were apple or pear trees near it. The next week Ayin’s mother took Ayin to the eye doctor to check his Einayim (eyes) It was actually very easy for the doctor to check because Ayin has two long separate Einayim (eyes) that the eye doctor can easily get too. After a few tests the doctor told Ayin that it will in fact need glasses. Ayin was not too upset, in fact Ayin was so excited! It went into the next room to choose a new pair of glasses to put on his Einayim (eyes). In school the next day its friends almost didn’t recognise it with glasses on its Einayim, but once they did, they thought it looked pretty cool.