Biblical Hebrew
Proper noun
  1. the archaic form of the Hebrew language, spoken by the Israelites in the area known as Canaan/Israel in the first millennium BC, best-attested in the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible)
  • Classical Hebrew
  • German: biblisches Hebräisch, Bibelhebräisch
  • Russian: древнеевре́йский язы́к
  • Spanish: hebreo bíblico, hebreo clásico

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