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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of Hebraicize.
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Due to her love of Jewish history, and influenced by the heroic Hasmonean period (167 – 37 b.c. e.), she Hebraicized her name to Rahel Yanait.
Alter's translation puts into practice his belief that the rules of biblical style require it to reiterate, artfully, within scenes and from scene to scene, a set of "key words," a term Alter derives from Buber and Franz Rosenzweig, who in an epic labor that took nearly 40 years to complete, rendered the Hebrew Bible into a beautifully Hebraicized German.
Desperate to make her own mark, Bronya (who had by now Hebraicized her name to Bracha) contemplated several projects: opening a workers’ restaurant, establishing a people’s university, launching a literary journal for women.
Still no clue for the security officer, as my wife's family could have been Jewish immigrants who never Hebraicized their names.]