[hee-brey-ahyz, -bree-] /ˈhi breɪˌaɪz, -bri-/
verb (used without object), Hebraized, Hebraizing.
to use expressions or constructions distinctive of the Hebrew language.
verb (used with object), Hebraized, Hebraizing.
to make conformable to the spirit, character, principles, or practices of the Hebrew people.
to become or cause to become Hebrew or Hebraic
[hee-broo] /ˈhi bru/ noun 1. a member of the Semitic peoples inhabiting ancient Palestine and claiming descent from Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; an Israelite. 2. a Semitic language of the Afroasiatic family, the language of the ancient Hebrews, which, although not in a vernacular use from 100 b.c. to the 20th century, was retained as […]
noun 1. . noun 1. the lunisolar calendar used by Jews, as for determining religious holidays, that is reckoned from 3761 b.c. and was established by Hillel II in the 4th century a.d., the calendar year consisting of 353 days (defective year) 354 days (regular year) or 355 days (perfect year or abundant year) and […]
- Hebrew language
the language of the Hebrew nation, and that in which the Old Testament is written, with the exception of a few portions in Chaldee. In the Old Testament it is only spoken of as “Jewish” (2 Kings 18:26, 28; Isa. 36:11, 13; 2 Chr 32:18). This name is first used by the Jews in times […]
- Hebrew of the hebrews
one whose parents are both Hebrews (Phil. 3:5; 2 Cor. 11:22); a genuine Hebrew.