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Hebrew in Judaism topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishHebrewHe‧brew /ˈhiːbruː/ noun  1 [uncountable]SLL the language traditionally used by the Jewish people2 [countable]SANRRJ a member of the Jewish people in ancient timesHebrew adjective
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HebrewUnfortunately most of them are in Hebrew.Modern Hebrew, of course, is effective for everything from QQdvertisinQQ to poetry.Writing in an impenetrably mystical Hebrew, Kook tried to disprove the traditionalists' view of Zionism as heresy.In the morning when I awoke, with my bright new ears I heard her talking urgent Hebrew into the radio.