The omission of the definite article—“the Jews”—while small, is significant.
There is no indefinite article; there is only a definite article (la), alike for all sexes, cases, and numbers.
The definite article the is an, for all numbers and genders.
In the Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish this peculiarity in the position of the definite article is preserved.
The definite article is expressed, as in Hebrew, by h prefixed.
Note the use of the definite article instead of a personal pronoun.
The definite article the had been used in each case with a singular noun.
It is said that the definite article usually at this time designates 'the College of Physicians'.
There is a reason for the definite article, as we have found elsewhere.
The definite article the may agree with nouns in the singular and plural number: as, The toast, the ladies, the ducks.