Hebrew Death in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 3, Episode 1)

This post contains a spoiler: In the latest episode of the TV series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The character Leo is looking for something again that might give a clue on how to save his friend. Other members of his team believe she is gone but he still keeps going after clues. This time he visits some bad people in Morocco in the hope of exchanging a modern weapon for an ancient artifact. After the deal goes down and he gets and opens up the wrapped up cylinder Leo finds a piece of old-looking parchment with a simple word on it. The word is not encouraging for his quest of the lost friend: According to him it is “death” in Hebrew. I have to admit though the that middle of the three letters looked like a Resh and not like Vav to me, which would make the word’s meaning either “bitter” or “Mrs.” The latter would forebode better as he loves the lost friend and companion. I hope that in later episodes of the season we learn whether this has any significance. Decide for yourself, here is the screenshot of the word.

Death? in Hebrew

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