Alef may refer to:

  • Aleph, the reconstructed name of the first letter of the Proto-Canaanite alphabet
  • Alef (programming language)
  • Aleph number alternative spelling
  • Alef Poh-ji (born 1987), Thai footballer
  • Liga Alef, the third tier of the Israeli football league system

Other articles related to "alef":

Hapoel Umm Al-Fahm F.C. - History
... Established in 1968, at the start of the 1990s the club was playing in Liga Alef (then the third division) ... They later returned to Liga Alef ... After finishing as runners-up in Liga Alef North in 2006-07 under the management of Sami Eisa, the following season the club won Liga Alef North and were promoted to Liga Artzit ...
Cutting Pink With Knives - Discography - Albums
... Year Title Label 2005 Alef! Alef! Alef! D-Trash Records 2006 Oh, Wow! Adaadat 2007 Populuxxe Holy Roar ...
Neighborhoods Of Beersheba - Alef
... Alef (Hebrew א‎, lit ... Shechuna Alef consists of rows of semi-detached houses and a few apartment blocks ...
Alef (programming Language) - History
... Alef appeared in the first and second editions of Plan 9, and was abandoned during development of the third edition ... which implements the same concurrency model as Alef, was written to make some of Alef's functionality available to C programs and to allow existing Alef programs (such as Acme) to be translated ... In a February 2000 slideshow, Rob Pike noted “…although Alef was a fruitful language, it proved too difficult to maintain a variant language across multiple ...