Hebrew definitions

hē'bro͝o
Of the Hebrews or their language or culture.
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A member of the group of Semitic peoples tracing descent from Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; Israelite.
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The definition of Hebrew is something or someone related to the Jewish people or religion.

An example of Hebrew is the name Ezra; a Hebrew name.

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Hebrew is defined as a Jewish person, or the written or spoken language of Jewish people.

An example of a Hebrew is Woody Allen.

An example of Hebrew is the language spoken at a traditional Jewish wedding ceremony.

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Of or pertaining to the Hebrew people or language.
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A member or descendant of a Semitic people claiming descent from Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
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A member of an ancient Semitic people claiming descent from Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; an Israelite.
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A descendant of this people; a Jew.
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The Semitic language of the ancient Hebrews.
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Any of the various later forms of this language, especially the language of the Israelis.
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The ancient Semitic language of the Israelites, in which most of the Old Testament is written.
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The modern form of this language, an official language of Israel.
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The Semitic language spoken by the Hebrew people.
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The writing system used in Hebrew language.
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Origin of hebrew

From Middle English Ebreu, from Old French Ebreu, from Latin hebraeus or hebraicus, from Ancient Greek Ἑβραῖος (hebraios), from Aramaic [script?] ('ibrāy), from Hebrew עברי (ivrí), from Hebrew עבר (ever).