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Things hebrew often describes (“hebrew ________”)
language, religion, poetry, grammar, literature, scriptures, melodies, text, bible, alphabet, university, dictionary, world, words, word, institute, christian, letters, lexicon, college, education, prophecy, prophets, wisdom, myths, manuscripts, proverb, studies, jurisprudence, syntax, records, art, names, psalter, heroes, tradition, tongue, exegesis, greek, verses, music, church, scholar, english, history, characters, synagogue, measures, points, law, melody, writing, righteousness, learning, extraction, reading, philosophy, philology, origin, committee, calendar, tales, legislation, rabbi, portion, servants, poems, theism, terms, dramas, synagogues, instruments, race, letter, christians, voice

How hebrew often is described (“________ hebrew”)
original, biblical, modern, ancient, old, classical, non, little, pure, young, early, paleo, late, american, rabbinic, fluent, english, enough, medieval, greek, contemporary, colloquial, yiddish, arabic, spanish, traditional, literary, square, native, perfect, later, aramaic, palaeo, ugaritic, rabbinical, literal, pious, fellow, archaic, pre, devout, wealthy, conversational, classic, underlying, neo, rich, elementary, unpointed, broken, primitive, exilic, sacred, corresponding, correct, orthodox, modem, difficult, understood, phoenician, semitic, learned


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See hebrew used in context: 15 rhymes, several books and articles.

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