Lashon Hakodesh - Medieval Hebrew, Halakha, Yiddish language
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Lashon Hakodesh (: ; lit. "the Sacred Language" or "the Holy Language" or "the Holy Tongue") is a Jewish term and appellation attributed to the language, in which its was written, and served, during the era, for religious purposes, liturgy and - in contrary to the secular tongue, which served for the routine daily needs, such as the language. "I have also a reason and cause for calling our language the holy language-do not think it is exaggeration or error on my part, it is perfectly correct-the holy Hebrew language has no special name for the organ of generation in females or in males, nor for the act of generation itself that generates offsprings, nor for semen, nor for secretion and Feces. The Hebrew has no original expressions for these things, and only describes them in figurative language and by way of hints, as if to indicate thereby that these things should not be mentioned, and should therefore have no names; we ought to be silent about them, and when we are compelled to mention them, we must manage to employ for that purpose some suitable pseudo expressions, and when we are compelled to do so, we must make any effort to do it confidentiality "
0.23 x 0.15 x 0.01 m; 0.163 kg