Definition of Hebraic in English:

Hebraic

Line breaks: Heb|raic
Pronunciation: /hɪˈbreɪɪk
 
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adjective

Of Hebrew or the Hebrews: a student of Hebraic religious literature
More example sentences
  • The beginnings of Islam were founded on the ability to synthesize Greek, Byzantine, Persian and Hebraic knowledge bases and to work them into something new.
  • Whilst Judaism refuses to acknowledge any power that might work contrary to a single, perfect God's plan, there is nevertheless a tradition of evil spirits in Hebraic culture.
  • In this respect, they embody the ideal that Matthew Arnold posited as a mix of Hebraic law and Hellenic light.

Origin

via Christian Latin from late Greek Hebraikos, from Hebraios (see Hebrew).

Derivatives

Hebraically

adverb
More example sentences
  • He's perceived as a demon, and we see him so Hebraically.
  • Let me digress once more, for the sake of those dear readers who may be Hebraically challenged.
  • To be truly biblical is to think and act Hebraically, as Jesus did during his incarnation.

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