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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.

    Rahel Yanait Ben-Zvi.

  • 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. KEEPING IT SIMPLE.

  • 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.

    Bracha Peli.

  • Still no clue for the security officer, as my wife's family could have been Jewish immigrants who never Hebraicized their names.]

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