Israelitish

[iz-ree-uh-lahy-tish, -rey-]
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
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Historical Examples of israelitish

  • I thought of Omnipotent power; I thought of the command of the Israelitish captain.

    The War Trail

    Mayne Reid

  • She saw the Israelitish empire exalted, and she saw it annihilated.

    The Innocents Abroad

    Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

  • In one of these raids they had seized a little Israelitish girl and sold her to be a slave.

  • The way had been prepared by the Hittites for the Israelitish conquest of Canaan.

    The Hittites

    A. H. Sayce

  • He was proud of every drop of Israelitish blood that coursed through his veins.

    In League with Israel

    Annie F. Johnston