Hebrew has always been the traditional language for Israelite and Jewish prayer, every day of the year. The Hebrew Bible and its commentaries are (and have been) studied in their Hebrew text, while the Talmud is (and was) learned in its mixture of Hebrew and closely-related Aramaic. Outside of Torah-study and prayer, in daily conversation and business matters we use (and have used) whatever is the local language, or Yiddish instead.
At various times up to the destruction of the Temple, Jews used Hebrew, Chaldean, Aramaic, Greek, etc. Since then, Jews have used practically every language in the world.
AnswerNo doubt the people still spoke Hebrew, but the Persians had adopted Aramaic as the language of empire and encourage the Jews to use that language. Hebrew quickly fell out of use, other than for religious purposes.
Jews speak the language of the country they live in. The majority of Jews in the world speak English. The second most spoken language is Hebrew.
Aramaic, Hebrew, Greek, Latin
In ancient times, Jews spoke Hebrew. From about 250 BCE to about 200 CE, the main language of the Jews was Aramaic. Since then, Jews have migrated to almost every country in the world, and they speak the local languages of the regions they live in. Today, most Jews speak English as their native language or as a second language. Hebrew is the second most spoken language among Jews.
The holy language for Jews is Hebrew.
A:Hebrew was not a language in everyday use at the time of Jesus, but was used for religious texts and ceremonies. Palestinian Jews, in Galilee and Judea, spoke Aramaic, a West Semitic language very similar to Hebrew. Jews of the diaspora mainly spoke Greek.
No. Judaism is the religion of Jews. Hebrew is the language of Jews.
Jews who live in the State of Israel speak Hebrew. Jews who live in North America speak English. Jews speak the language of whatever country they live in.
Hebrew: the language of the Torah and of Jewish prayers to this day.
The answer is Hebrew.
No. Islamic refers to the religion of the Muslims, and Hebrew is the language of the Jews.
It is the language of the Torah and the lifeblood of the Jewish people. It is the the language Jews pray in.
Hitler was able to prevent Jews from knowing the extent and mechanisms of the Final Solution by preventing Jew-to-Jew correspondence and the use of obfuscating language to hide inhumanity of the Holocaust process.
Yes, Hebrew is an Old language spoken by Jews, but it is also the newest native language on the planet: Modern Hebrew was resurrected starting in the 1880s by Eliezar Ben-Yehuda.
They spoke Hebrew!
Yiddish is one example.
the answer is Hebrew or Yiddish
For your information, judaism is not a language, its a religon.The Jews who lives in israel does have a language called Hebrewand the word love in Hebrew called "ahava".
Sephardic Jews speak many languages, however Ladino is the associated language.
The Jewish religion was known as Hebrew, which is also the name of the ancient, textual language they use for religious ceremonies.