Based on the Sapir Dictionaries, this Hebrew language dictionary focuses on new Hebrew words, particularly those in technical areas. Some etymology is provided, as well as some translation into English. The definitions also provide examples of how the word is used. There are sections on sayings and abbreviations as well.
With the goal of “Increasing the prestige and the dissemination of the Hebrew language in North America,” this site provides information about the organization and online lists of sources for learning and teaching Hebrew as well as professional development material.
“Poetrans is index of poetry translations into Hebrew. Here you can check if a specific poem has been translated to Hebrew, and if so - where you can find the translation. The index aspires to be a digital database of all tables of content of all poetry books ever translated into Hebrew. “
“The archive is the first project of its kind in Hebrew: recording prose and poetry works written in Modern and Classical Hebrew. The recordings were done by professional narrators and leading artists, and can all be listened to online for free.”
From the Academy of the Hebrew Language comes this site that allows you to search for the official words from the Academy. Unlike a dictionary “it has about a hundred thousand terms (mostly professional and some words from general use) from various fields dealt with by the academic terminology committees. Terms that have not been determined in academia do not appear in it even if they are used in daily life.”
From Jacob Richman comes this "free, on-line, educational resource to learn Hebrew words. The flash site incorporates 46 topics, along with over 1,700 Hebrew words and phrases. Each Hebrew word is presented as an image with nikud [vowels]. When you click on a word or phrase you can hear it spoken. The high quality audio was created in a sound studio. The site is multilingual. The menus, transliterations and translations are in four languages: English, French, Russian and Spanish.
From Jacob Richman comes this "free, on-line, educational resource containing 300 Hebrew verbs conjugated in all tenses (past, present, future, imperative). The site menu provides selection by one tense or all tenses; gender or both genders; singular and/or plural. For your convenience, you can choose a Hebrew or English menu to navigate the site."
Created by the Hebrew Writers Association in Israel, this Hebrew language site provides information about the activities and publications of the organization, along with a browsable bio-bibliographical lexicon of Hebrew writers.
Created by the Academy of the Hebrew Language, this dictionary, once a fee based service, is now free. It aims to encompass the entire Hebrew lexicon throughout its history. You can search by a wide variety of parameters. The site is entirely in Hebrew.
"Morim" in Hebrew means "teachers," and this site in English, French, and Hebrew from France pulls together resources about the Hebrew language. There are links to Hebrew language games, courses, instruction books, software programs, and media resources. You can participate in a forum and join an email list as well.
Created by Jacob Richman, this is a basic English-Hebrew dictionary browsable by English word. For each word there is a picture, the word in English, the English word written out in Hebrew characters, the word in Hebrew characters and in transliteration.
Shorashon is a lexicon containing nearly 4000 Hebraic roots and has an innovating method of classification. You can download it for free as a pdf. Its instructions and translation of Hebraic roots are available in French only.
Created by Yair Qedar, “The Hebrews is an independent project for documenting Hebrew culture, containing films, video talks and books. So far 8 feature-length documentary films have been released, 2 books have been published, and dozens of talks with experts and commentators have been recorded. On this website you can find the films for VOD, and the video talks”
Housed at the University of Edinburgh, “The Semantics of Ancient Hebrew Database project aims to provide a structured and critical survey of scholarly literature on the vocabulary of classical Hebrew.”
Project Ben Yehuda provides full text access to classic titles in Hebrew literature that are out of copyright protection. The site is browsable by genre. This is an excellent way to access older classics in Hebrew literature.
This Hebrew and English web site comes from the official organization charged with the creation of new Hebrew words. Of particular interest is the list of new words that the academy has added to the Hebrew language.
The tutorials on this site are designed to reinforce vocabulary and spelling for beginning students of modern Hebrew. Some tutorials show words in Hebrew and ask for the English translation. Other tutorials display a series of simple words or phrases in English and ask the visitor to type in the Hebrew translation." Lessons are keyed to Encounters in Modern Hebrew by Edna Amir Coffin.
Created by Nivi Yedwab, this site provides a series of Hebrew language mp3 podcasts each devoted to a different aspect of daily life. You can subscribe to the service and have access to the accompanying learning guides as well. Lesson are rated according to level of difficulty.