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Strong's #1446 - Ἑβραΐς
- Hebrew, the Hebrew language, not that however in which the OT was written but the Chaldee, which at the time of Jesus and the apostles had long superseded it in Palestine
Ἑβραΐς (WH Αβραΐς, see their Introductory § 408), ἑβραιδος, ἡ, Hebrew, the Hebrew language; not that however in which the O. T. was written, but the Chaldee (not Syro-Chaldaic, as it is commonly but incorrectly called; cf. A. Th. Hoffmann, Grammat. Syriac., p. 14), which at the time of Jesus and the apostles had long superseded it in Palestine: Acts 21:40; Acts 22:2; Acts 26:14; Ἑβραΐς φωνή, 4 Macc. 12:7; 16:15. (Cf. B. D., under the phrase, Shemitic Languages etc.; ibid. American edition, under the phrase, Language of the New Testament.)
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(WH, Ἐβ -), -ίδος
(Aram. H5680), peculiar form of Ἑβραΐκός ,
[in LXX, ἡ Ἑ . φωνή , 4 Maccabees 12:7; 4 Maccabees 16:15 *;]
in NT, ἡ Ἑ . διάλεκτος ,
Hebrew, i.e. the Aramaic vernacular of Palestine: Acts 21:40; Acts 22:2; Acts 26:14.†
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