There is no such Hebrew word.
devira is not a Hebrew word.
am (×¢×), the Hebrew word for "people", is pronounced AHM.
Getsatsah doesn't appear to be a Hebrew word.
You would use your mouth, teeth, and tongue to pronounce a hebrew word. Sometimes the palate and uvular area are used, as well as the larynx.
There is no such word in Hebrew, but it's close to the word pesher (×¤×©×¨) which means "meaning" or "intent.
Sceadu is an Old English word, not a Hebrew word. See related links for pronunciation.
There is no Hebrew equivalent to this word, and no concept of it in Judaism. In Israel, they use the English word, which they pronounce as mee-see-on-air (מִיסְיוֹנֶר)
DOH-dah (×“×•×“×”) "Aunt"
dod is pronounced DOHD
key - daah