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Meir (r. ) used to say : * Whoever dwells in the Land of Israel, and reads the S^ma* ^ morning and evening, and speaks the Holy tongue, lo he belongs to the world to come,' Sifre, Deut. xxxii. 4 3 ; where certainly ordinary M H must be meant, like that used by R. Meir himself in this dictum. nK^3 r«pK I«30 Hence they said: When a child begins to speak, his father speaks with him in the Holy tongue, and teaches him Torah, ib. Deut. xi. 1 9 : p . ? ) said: in the Land of Israel why the Sursi (Syrian) tongue?
Cf. ). On the other hand, M H shows a considerable number of words of undoubted Hebrew origin, which are not found in B H . This may, indeed, be due to a mere accident, in view of the scanty and fragmentary remains of B H literature. Nevertheless, the possession by M H of Hebrew words not known in B H INTRODUCTION ii establishes the important fact that M H was not derived from B H , but that it drew its lexical material from a source much wider than the literatiire of the Hebrew Bible. What was that source?
And used it even in writing, but only occasionally, and not habitually—in the same way as the educated Boer in South Africa sometimes uses English, or as the Flamand in Belgium may often use French. 18. Thus, for a number of generations, the Judean Jews 14 MISNAIC HEBREW remained Hebrews in their language, using the classical dialect— B H — f o r literary purposes, and the popular dialect—MH—as a medium of speech in their ordinary daily life, in the school, in the Temple and the Synagogue. -speaking Jews from the Eastern Diaspora, and also from Galilee, Transjordania, and Syria, established Aram, as a native tongue in Jerusalem.
A Grammar of Mishnaic Hebrew by M. H. Segal