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A humorous collection of new ‘Jewish’ words JEWBILATION n. Pride in finding out that one’s favorite celebrity is Jewish. TORAHFIED n. Inability to remember one’s
Jewish Language Research Center: Jewish Aramaic About.com: What is Aramaic? My Jewish Learning: Jewish Aramaic Learn to Write in Aramaic Script https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHePoR0mRTY The short video
Arabic, like Hebrew, is a Semitic language, with the two having many words in common. Up to 180 million people speak Arabic as their mother
Yiddish is essentially a Germanic language written in Hebrew characters. Over time it acquired words and grammatical patterns from other tongues (these now form
What Yiddish was to Ashkenazi Jews, Ladino was to the Jews of medieval Spain and their descendants, the true Sephardim. Also known as Judesco, Judaeo-Spanish,
Introduction to Jewish Languages Other Than English Originally, the language of the Jews was Hebrew, but it died out as the everyday language spoken by
Kids animation study for Hebrew Alphabet (excellent video introducing the Hebrew alphabet, its letters and their sounds)(8 minutes, 8 seconds) Hebrew Alphabet (Judaism 101) Hebrew
Hebrew is a very ancient language. Its evolution can be divided up into six distinctive periods. The Hebrew language underwent some changes during each of
The letter AYIN ע represents the number seventy in the Hebrew alphabet and numerology. It is a symbol of perception and insight. The word AYIN
The letter ZAYIN has a numerical value of seven, alluding to the seven days in which the world was created. As the number seven, ZAYIN
Each letter of the Hebrew alphabet is allocated a particular numerical value, depending on its position in the Hebrew alphabet. These days, Hebrew speakers use