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Ca sa vezi ca se adevereste zicala ca disputele duc la descoperiri ! Sa traiasca nea Vasile ca a stirnit discutia !
The English term Jew originates in the Biblical Hebrew word Yehudi, meaning „from the Kingdom of Judah”. See Jastrow Dictionary and the source he used: Megilla 13a:2 (Talmud). It passed into Greek as Ioudaios and Latin as Iudaeus, which evolved into the Old French giu after the letter „d” was dropped. A variety of related forms are found in early English from about the year 1000, including Iudea, Gyu, Giu, Iuu, Iuw, and Iew, ( Yu ) which eventually developed into the modern word.