noun, plural Is·rae·lis, (especially collectively) Is·rae·li.
Origin of Israeli
Examples from the Web for israeli
Contemporary Examples of israeli
But for those on the Israeli right who are hoping that this deferred dream will just fade away, they can forget it.In the Middle East, the Two-State Solution Is Dead
January 2, 2015
Not all Israeli gay propaganda is pinkwashing—a lot of it is good, old-fashioned PR to attract gay tourist dollars to Tel Aviv.How Canadian Oilmen Pinkwash the Keystone Pipeline
December 28, 2014
Israeli elections means a time out And that brings us to the bottom line.
The EU and the Palestinians would be better to wait until after the Israeli elections to push for change on the ground.
Ideally, Kerry would like to see the UN issue deferred until after the March Israeli elections.
Historical Examples of israeli
That is, it the Israeli delegation has the courage, the sportsmanship to agree.
When the thirty minute recess ended, the Israeli delegate arose.
From these we may glean some information of the school to which Israeli belongs.
Let us follow Israeli further in his account of the nature of these substances.
And Israeli also refers to the matter incidentally in the "Book of the Elements."
noun plural -lis or -li
1948; from Israel + Hebrew national designation suffix -i. Coined to distinguish citizens of the modern state from the ancient people who had been known in English since late 14c. as Israelites.