hebraic

Part of speech: adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the Hebrews.

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Usage examples "hebraic":

  1. One of those New Yorkers of Hebraic origin, whose Semitic qualities are of the highest ethical type, made the play for partial equality, for partial recognition, for partial honor for the Negro. - "Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights", Kelly Miller.
  2. There were also hovering about this party half a dozen Hebraic persons of extremely questionable character, one of whom had secured a contract for smuggling in clothes from Delagoa Bay; and another one to supply coffee and sugar to the commandos. - "My Reminiscences of the Anglo-Boer War", Ben Viljoen.
  3. The Hebraic spirit, on the contrary, would strive and cry without scruple of measure or season in any matter on which its conscience or desire was fixed. - "Platform Monologues", T. G. Tucker.