Hebrēisc sprǣc

Sēo Andƿearde Hebrēisce sprǣc is Semitisc sprǣc þæs Afroasiatic sprǣccynnes. Se piþa þæs Hebrēisces Bibliþēcan, sēo Ǣ (þe Crīstendōm and Iudaism segenlīce liefan ƿæs ǣrest ƿriten in þǣre hƿīle of Moses 3,300 gēar āgān), is geƿriten in (Bibliþēcanlic) segenlic Hebrēisc. Iudēas habbaþ ealneg clipod hit þā לשון הקודש Lashon ha-Kodesh ("Sēo Godcunde Sprǣc") ac sēo fyrngeƿritu geƿriten in þisse sprǣce ƿurdon gesmēad hālig.

Þis geƿrit hæfþ ƿordcƿide on Nīƿenglisce.
Hebrēisc (עברית [‘Ivrit])
Gesprecen in: Israhēl
Landscipe: Israhēl and ōðru land
Getæl sprecera: ~6 milliona (inhabbende app. 500,000 non-Jewish speakers in Gaza/West Bank). 195,375 in the United States.1

1United States Census 2000 PHC-T-37. Ability to Speak English by Language Spoken at Home: 2000. Table 1a.

Mǣþ: not in top 100
Genetic classification: Afro-Asiatic
Semitisc
Middelsemitisc
Northwest
Canaanite
Hebrēisc
Ambihtlicu mǣþ
Ambihtlicu sprǣc: Israhēl
Regulated by: Academy of the Hebrew Language
(האקדמיה ללשון העברית)
Sprǣce tācna
ISO 639-1 he
ISO 639-2 heb
SIL HBR
Sēo ēac: Sprǣc – Getalu sprǣca

Sēo ēac

  • Hebrēisc stæfrǣƿ
  • Niqqud (vowel points)

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