Pronuntiatio Aschenatum Hebraica

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Lingua Hebraica Aschenatum (Hebraica הגייה אשכנזית vel Yiddish אַשכּנזישע הבֿרה) vel Pronuntiatio Ascenatum vel Pronuntiatio Aschenatum Hebraica est systema pronuntationis in Hebraica Bibliae Mishanaicaeque favorente in usu in Liturgia et studio de Torah a Ascenato exercitu. Superest ut singula lingua sacra intra quasdam partes communitatis Haredi, immo secus hodierna Hebraica in Israel, quamquam usu sua intra Aschenates extra Israel maxime diminuit.

Literature[recensere | fontem recensere]

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