What does Hallelujah mean in Hebrew?

The English word “Hallelujah” is a Hebrew loanword, which means that it came to us from Biblical Hebrew and has been absorbed in the exact same form in modern speech. We invite you today to begin studying ancient languages with us! Uncover hidden meanings and deepen your understanding of the Holy Scriptures. 

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