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1446. Hebrais -- Hebrew, the Aramaic vernacular of Pal.
... Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: Hebrais Phonetic Spelling:
(heb-rah-is') Short Definition: the Hebrew language, Aramaic Definition: the Hebrew ...
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1444. Hebraikos -- Hebrew, the Jewish language.
... 1443, 1444. Hebraikos. 1445 . Hebrew, the Jewish language. ... Word Origin
from Eber Definition Hebrew, the Jewish language. Hebrew. ...
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1447. Hebraisti -- in Hebrew, in Aramaic
... in the Hebrew tongue. Adverb from Hebrais; Hebraistically or in the Jewish (Chaldee)
language -- in (the) Hebrew (tongue). see GREEK Hebrais. ...
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Strong's Hebrew
762. Aramith -- the language of Aram (Syria)
... in the Syrian language, in Syriac. Feminine of 'Arammiy; (only adverbial)in Aramean --
in the Syrian language (tongue), in Syriac. see HEBREW 'Arammiy. ...
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797. Ashdodith -- in the language of Ashdod
... in the language of Ashdod. Feminine of 'Ashdowdiy; (only adverb) in the language
of Ashdod -- in the speech of Ashdod. see HEBREW 'Ashdowdiy. 796, 797. ...
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8193. saphah -- lip, speech, edge
... cloth, etc.) -- band, bank, binding, border, brim, brink, edge, language, lip, prating,
((sea-))shore, side, speech, talk, (vain) words. see HEBREW caphah. ...
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3066. Yehudith -- Jewish
... in the Jews' language. Feminine of Yhuwdiy; the Jewish (used adverbially) language --
in the Jews' language. see HEBREW Yhuwdiy. 3065, 3066. Yehudith. 3067 > ...
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3961. lishshan -- tongue
... language. (Aramaic) corresponding to lashown; speech, ie A nation -- language. see
HEBREW lashown. 3960, 3961. lishshan. 3962 . Strong's Numbers.
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3956. lashon -- tongue
... and figuratively (speech, an ingot, a fork of flame, a cove of water) -- +
babbler,bay, + evil speaker, language, talker, tongue, wedge. see HEBREW lashan. ...
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4911. mashal -- to represent, be like
... Denominative from mashal; to liken, ie (transitively) to use figurative language
(an allegory, adage, song or the like); intransitively, to ... see HEBREW mashal. ...
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1697. dabar -- speech, word
... disease, due, duty, effect, + eloquent, errand, (evil favoured-)ness, + glory, +
harm, hurt, + iniquity, + judgment, language, + lying, manner ... see HEBREW dabar. ...
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Language of the New Testament. 1 in the Character of the Original ...
... How congenial the Hebrew language is to poetic composition, as well in its rugged
and sublime forms as in its tender and pathetic strains, every reader of the ...
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Of the Hebrew Prophets.
... at the several times carefully preserved in their possession, when they had been
arranged in books by the prophets themselves in their own Hebrew language. ...
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Refutation of Basilides, and of the Opinion that the Prophets ...
... 3. If, however, any object that, in the Hebrew language, diverse expressions [to
represent God] occur in the Scriptures, such as Sabaoth, Eloƫ, Adonai, and ...
/.../irenaeus/against heresies/chapter xxxv refutation of basilides and.htm

About the Hebrew Written Characters which that Language Always ...
... Now we must not believe that Heber, from whose name the word Hebrew is derived,
preserved and transmitted the Hebrew language to Abraham only as a spoken ...
/.../augustine/city of god/chapter 39 about the hebrew written.htm

Language and Style.
... Still we must remember that the Hebrew language was fond of paronomasiƦ, and
that Daniel employs the figure in the canonical book (v.25-28). ...
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That the Original Language in Use among Men was that which was ...
... But Peleg was mentioned, not because he founded a nation (for his race and language
are Hebrew), but on account of the critical time at which he was born, all ...
/.../augustine/city of god/chapter 11 that the original language.htm

A Look into the Hebrew Bible.
... The Palestinian collection, so called, was written in the Hebrew language, and
the Alexandrian collection, called the Septuagint, in the Greek. ...
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Language and Style.
... the real prophecy of Habakkuk was undoubtedly Hebrew, and this piece, whether genuine
or fictitious, would hardly have been appended in another language. ...
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Language and Style.
... are very guarded, not absolutely denying the existence of a Hebrew text, but ... The
following are some specific indications of language which appear to be of ...
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The Gospel of Matthew
... interpreted them as he was able." It is clear from the original that in these words
the emphasis falls on the phrase "in the Hebrew language." But Papias does ...
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International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
Hebrew Language



Smith's Bible Dictionary
Hebrew Language

The books of the Old Testament are written almost entirely in the Hebrew language. It is a branch of the Shemitic language, one of the three great divisions into which all languages have been reduced. It is one of the earliest of known languages, and some suppose that it was the original language of man.



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Hebrew: Applied to Abraham

Hebrew: Applied to And his Descendants

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