What does menorah mean in the hebrew language?

Answer In Hebrew, menorah means "lamp." The menorah is modeled after a seven-branch lamp that was lit in the Temple. Today's nine-branch lamp commemorates a miracle wherein a single day's worth of oil fo... Read More »

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Is Hebrew the mother language?

Scientists call the theory of a single mother language from which all other languages emerged "linguistic monogenesis" or "the mother tongue theory." While some Christian scholars believe Hebrew is... Read More »

When did the Hebrew language begin?

The Hebrew language is both a sacred part of Judaism and a modern tongue in Israel. It's documented history dates back nearly 3,000 years, much like Aramaic, to which it is closely related.Source:R... Read More »

How to Teach the Hebrew Language?

Hebrew is an increasingly popular choice for a foreign language for school children. Not only is it a language with a rich religious history--which appeals to many who home-school for religious rea... Read More »

Hebrew Language Games?

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