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“It is more popular than any other interpretation of the name Mary, and is dated back to St. Jerome De nomin. hebraic., de Exod., de Matth., P.L., XXIII, col, 789, 842.”
“Consistent with the use of a hebraic metrical style, Disraeli includes numerous passages from and allusions to the Bible.”
“Then as long as play lasts there is a concentration of dark hebraic eyes on the table, which would seem to draw the gold pieces lying there as if by an invisible thread ....”
“Olson's influence is sweeping, from the yogic-hebraic breath that measures the lines in Ginsberg's "Howl" to the various great poets who were directly tutored by Olson-the most important to my mind being John Cage, Robert”
“Dr. Finkelstein is a very courageous man of integrity, there are so few of his caliber. euros with th ejudaic cult are not hebraic; they are mostly slavic and germanic. they have no connection to judeans nor zion. thnx Please don't ever forget to distinguish between true Jews and the Zionists.”
“Example: A person studying the Bible would conceivably need to use latin, greek and hebraic scripts at different times.”
“I’m an atheist, non-zionist hebraic, have less militant relatives, a few oddly enough regressing to more militant.”
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From Chambers's Etymology Dictionary, published in 1896
Words ending in -ic for types of people or geographical places/features.
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