Yeshu (×™×©×•) is a variation of the Hebrew word for deliverance.
Jesus is not a Hebrew word
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Presepium is not a Hebrew word; it is a Latin word referring to a crèche, such as exists in Jesus Nativity scenes.
The Hebrew translation for "Jesus wept." is: .ישו בכה
All Jews are Hebrews. Jesus was both a Jew and a Hebrew. The term "Jew" referred to the people of Judea, of which Jesus was a member, and was used as early as the fourth century BCE (including in the book of Esther). All Jews were Hebrews (since a Hebrew is any descendant of Eber and Eber is an ancestor of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the ancestors of the Jews), but not all Hebrews were Jews. Jesus was also more strongly aligned with the Pharisees he rejected than any of the other contemporaneous Jewish movements. Although the Pharisees would not become the dominant form of Judaism until the Talmud was published, their views and methods of interpretation were certainly well-developed by Jesus' time.
Since Jesus was a Hebrew I belive he would have prayed in Hebrew.
Beth-lechem [ בֵּית לָחֶם] is Hebrew for House of Bread [or food].
Barrabas was one of the Jews on trial with Jesus Christ. his Hebrew name is "Bar Abba", בר-אבא, meaning "father's son"
The name Jesus is the Hebrew name Joshua. It means "Jehovah is salvation" in Hebrew. And it means "is the Savior" in Greek.
A church is called Knesiya in Hebrew - ×›× ×¡×™×”
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Christ is the Greek translation of the Hebrew word Messiah, which means "anointed one."
If you want an accurate translation, you'll have to provide the chapter and verse.
The name Jesus (Gr., I‧e‧sous′) corresponds to the Hebrew name Jeshua (or, in fuller form, Jehoshua) In the English language his name is pronounced Jesus.