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New Hebrew

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Mod′ern He′brew


n.
the language of the modern state of Israel, a revived form of Biblical and Mishnaic Hebrew. Abbr.: ModHeb
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Architect's drawings of the new Hebrew |Congregational Synagogue
An architect's drawings of the new Hebrew Congregational Synagogue planned on the site of an existing <Bsynagogue in Gateshead
In addition, through their exploration of marginal themes and characters, these works challenge the political and social hegemony of Ashkenazi (European) Jewish culture and the continued discursive dominance of the New Hebrew Man in Israel.
In tandem with the new Hebrew site, SANA also launched a page in Farsi, the language of its key ally Iran.
Zionist poet Ya'akov Cohen held the same view, namely that the "new Hebrew" had to uphold revolutionary values and embody pioneering characteristics:
Abby learns wonderful new Hebrew words and sees historic ancient places and eats exciting new/old food.
The new Hebrew University study describes an Acheulian (an early stone tools culture) layer at Gesher Benot Ya'aqov that has been dated to about 750,000 years ago.
Anja-Silvia Goeing returns to language teaching in "Establishing Modes of Learning: Old and New Hebrew Grammars in the Sixteenth Century," arguing that Theodor Bibliander's new comparative approach to grammar teaching exemplifies a new system of knowledge that arose from the classroom.
The entire Yishuv (the new Hebrew society) believed in this doctrine.
"Now here's a great dictionary,'' remarks Gadish, the secretary of the Academy committee that invents general-use words like those in the 1938 dictionary, but with a particular focus on new Hebrew monikers for popular foreign language words.
Once a suburb of Jaffa, Tel Aviv's rapid growth and attainment of municipal status furthered its meaning as the first new Hebrew city.
As for the meter, in order to reproduce the Italian endecasillabo, Immanuel created a new Hebrew line combining the traditional quantitative system of Spanish Hebrew poetry with the syllabic one characteristic of Italian verse.