Definition of "hebrew" []

  • The ancient language of the Hebrews, revived as the official language of Israel. It belongs to the Canaanitic branch of the Semitic subfamily of the Afro-Asiatic family of languages (noun)
  • A member of an ancient Semitic people claiming descent from Abraham; an Israelite (noun)
  • Of or relating to the Hebrews or their language (adjective) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "hebrew" in a sentence
  • "I enjoyed your book very much (in hebrew) and recommended it on my own blog."
  • "Such as, “I am” (which translates to Yahweh in hebrew), and “savior”."
  • "By the way, Yaron, I was thrown out of a hebrew course here in London, solely, and explicitly, because I was considered politically dangerous, so my hebrew is stuck at about the point where you are supposed to learn the verbs."
  • "Such as, “I am” (which translates to Yahweh in hebrew), and “savior”."
  • "From the little I can make out, all the messages in hebrew are similarly addressed to Nasrala."
  • "Which led to the three of them not believing her and being border-line jerks … until she started talking back in hebrew and recited the Kaddish."