An interjection is a word that expresses strong emotion.


Interjections usually appear at the beginning of a sentence or clause and are grammatically disconnected from the rest of the sentence. As in many languages, interjections are often “natural sounds”, that is, vocal gestures or sounds that a person utters when experiencing certain emotions. Interjections can be used to express both positive and negative emotions.


An interjection is an exclamation, added to a sentence for emphasis (e.g., o!, woe!)

βάθος πλούτου καὶ σοφίας καὶ γνώσεως θεοῦ (Rom 11:33) Ō **bathos ploutou kai sophias kai gnōseōs theou Oh depth of riches/wealth and wisdom and knowledge of God **Oh, the depth of the riches and wisdom and knowledge of God!

Example: EXO 32:31

אָ֣נָּ֗א חָטָ֞א הָעָ֤ם הַזֶּה֙ חֲטָאָ֣ה גְדֹלָ֔ה

‘onna hata ha’am hazzeh hata’ah gedolah

Oh it-has-sinned the-people the-this sin great

Oh, these people have committed a great sin