Discussion in 'Israel and Palestine' started by Coyote, Dec 26, 2015.
Because, Some of you keep calling it Jerusalem came from hebru which is wrong.
What does that have to do with an artichoke??
Jerusalem is indeed a Hebrew name, theres no meaning for that word in Arabic.
No it is not hebru it is Greek word. And if Arab and Christian called it Holly Land then whats wrong with that.
Is this why Your quote mentions several meanings of the name in Hebrew,
and not a single meaning of the name in Greek?
He probably doesn't know what you're talking about because he can't speak Hebrew. "Foundation of peace", the meaning of the name, comes from Hebrew. The Greek form of the name was adapted from Hebrew and it doesn't have any meaning in the Greek language.
Jerusalem, Cna'an and Palestine are simply names in Hebrew, no real meaning in Greek.
I'm still waiting for his explanation regarding the "Artichoke"
1).One of the oldest cities in the world Jerusalem name came from Greek Word Hierousalem.
Search Net and correct yours nonsense; "Jerusalem nomes comes from Greek Hierousalem"
Separate names with a comma.