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Does anyone know what the above Hebrew phrase mean?

I have asked everyone I know that might know some Hebrew, but to no avail? It may also be "velo shala".

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closed as off-topic by Mawia, maj nem ɪz dæn, James T, David Stratton, Narnian Jan 13 at 14:11

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You might have more success asking this at Judaism. –  Wikis Jan 11 at 11:54
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This question should be migrated to judaism.stackexchange.com –  Mawia Jan 11 at 12:25
    
Is there a Biblical text in which this phrase occurs that you'd like to ask about? –  maj nem ɪz dæn Jan 11 at 22:14
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This question appears to be off-topic because it is about the Hebrew language. –  maj nem ɪz dæn Jan 11 at 22:15
    
For future reference, @Wikis, this question was deemed off-topic at Judaism Stack Exchange also, as are all question about the Hebrew language that have nothing to do with Judaism. –  msh210 Jan 12 at 17:26

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