Ben Yehuda

Ben Yehuda
Eliezer Ben Yehuda (1858-1922), father of modern Hebrew

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • BEN-YEHUDA, ELIEZER — (1858–1922), Hebrew writer and lexicographer, generally considered the father of modern Hebrew, and one of the first active Zionist leaders. Born Eliezer Yiẓḥak Perelman in Luzhky, Lithuania, he officially adopted the pseudonym Ben Yehuda, which… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BEN-YEHUDA, ḤEMDAH — (1873–1951), Hebrew author; wife of eliezer ben yehuda . Her sister Deborah was Ben Yehuda s first wife. After she died, Ḥemdah went to Jerusalem from Lithuania and married Ben Yehuda in 1892. She aided her husband in his literary work, wrote… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BEN YEHUDA, NETIVA — (1928– ), Israeli military officer, writer, and scholar of spoken Hebrew, who embodied the heroic voluntarism and utter loyalty to the Jewish national rebirth in its homeland that was the hallmark of the Palmaḥ from the 1940s. Fearlessness,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Ben Yehuda Apartments — (Тель Авив,Израиль) Категория отеля: 3 звездочный отель Адрес: 121 Benyehuda Street, Тел …   Каталог отелей

  • Ben Yehuda Near The Sea — (Тель Авив,Израиль) Категория отеля: Адрес: 6 Ben Yehouda st., Тель Авив, 6 …   Каталог отелей

  • Ben Yehuda Street — ( he. מדרחוב בן יהודה), known as the Midrachov , is a lively pedestrian mall in downtown Jerusalem, Israel.The street is named for the founder of modern Hebrew, Eliezer Ben Yehuda. It is lies between King George Street and Zion Square. ee… …   Wikipedia

  • Ben Yehuda Street bombings — The Ben Yehuda Street bombings refer to a series of attacks by Arab terrorists and suicide bombers on civilians in downtown Jerusalem, Israel from 1948 until today. The attacks were carried out on a main street, later a pedestrian mall, named for …   Wikipedia

  • Ben-Yehuda, Eliezer — (Eliezer Yitzchak Perelman) (1858–1922)    Pioneer of modern Hebrew. In 1879 an article called ‘Sheelah Lohatah’ (‘A Burning Question’) appeared in the Hebrew journal Ha Shachar, produced in Russia by Perez SMOLENSKIN. It was signed Eliezer Ben… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Ben Yehuda, Eliezer — (formerly Perlman) (1857 1922).    Ben Yehuda, the pioneer of the restoration of Hebrew as a living, spoken language. He is generally considered the father of the Hebrew language. He was born in Lushky, Lithuania, and died in Jerusalem. Ben… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Eliezer Ben-Yehuda — For the street named for Eliezer Ben Yehuda in Jerusalem, Israel, see Ben Yehuda Street.Infobox Person name = Eliezer Ben Yehuda caption = birth date = January 7, 1858 birth place = Luzhky, Russian Empire death date = December 16, 1922 (Age 64)… …   Wikipedia

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