Modern Hebrew
noun Date: 1949 the Hebrew language in use in present-day Israel

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Modern Hebrew — noun Hebrew used in Israel today; revived from ancient Hebrew • Hypernyms: ↑Hebrew * * * noun Usage: usually capitalized M&H : Hebrew as used in present day Israel * * * the living language of modern Israel, a revived form of ancient Hebrew. Abbr …   Useful english dictionary

  • modern Hebrew — Hebrew that is spoken in this day and age …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Modern Hebrew — the living language of modern Israel, a revived form of ancient Hebrew. Abbr.: ModHeb Also called New Hebrew. [1970 75] * * * …   Universalium

  • Modern Hebrew — Mod′ern He′brew n. peo the language of the modern state of Israel, a revived form of Biblical and Mishnaic Hebrew Abbr.: ModHeb …   From formal English to slang

  • Modern Hebrew — /mɒdən ˈhibru/ (say moduhn heebrooh) noun See Hebrew (def. 2b) …   Australian English dictionary

  • Modern Hebrew grammar — is the grammar of the Modern Hebrew language. It is partly analytical, expressing such forms as dative, ablative, and accusative using prepositional particles rather than morphological cases. However, inflection plays a decisive role in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Modern Hebrew poetry — is poetry written in the Hebrew language. It was pioneered by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto,[1] and it was developed by the Haskalah movements, that saw poetry as the most quality genre for Hebrew writing. The first Haskalah poet, who heavily… …   Wikipedia

  • Modern Hebrew phonology — Main article: Hebrew language For assistance with IPA transcriptions of Hebrew for Wikipedia articles, see WP:IPA for Hebrew. This article is about the phonology of the Hebrew language based on the Israeli dialect. It deals with current phonology …   Wikipedia

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