Hebraism meaning

hē'brā-ĭz'əm
A manner or custom characteristic of the Hebrews.
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A linguistic feature typical of Hebrew occurring especially in another language.
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The culture, spirit, or character of the Hebrew people.
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Judaism.
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A word, phrase, grammatical construction, etc. originating in or peculiar to Hebrew.
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The characteristic ethical system, moral attitude, etc. of the Hebrews.
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The identification of a usage, trait, or characteristic of the Hebrew language. By successive extension it is sometimes applied to the Jewish people, their faith, national ideology, or culture.
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(rhetoric) Excessive use of expressions derived from Hebrew.
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Origin of hebraism

  • From Latin hebraeus (Ancient Greek Ἑβραῖος (hebraios)) +‎ -ism.
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