Israelitish [iz-ree-uh-lahy-tish, -rey-] ExamplesWord Origin adjective
- of or relating to the Israelites; Hebrew.
Also Is·ra·el·it·ic [iz-ree-uh-lit-ik, -rey-] /ˌɪz ri əˈlɪt ɪk, -reɪ-/. Origin of Israelitish First recorded in 1525–35; Israelite + -ish1 Related formsnon-Is·ra·el·it·ic, adjectivenon-Is·ra·el·it·ish, adjective Examples from the Web for israelitish Historical Examples of israelitish
I thought of Omnipotent power; I thought of the command of the Israelitish captain.
She saw the Israelitish empire exalted, and she saw it annihilated.
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
In one of these raids they had seized a little Israelitish girl and sold her to be a slave.
F. W. Farrar
The way had been prepared by the Hittites for the Israelitish conquest of Canaan.
A. H. Sayce
He was proud of every drop of Israelitish blood that coursed through his veins.
Annie F. Johnston