ulpan

noun ul·pan \ ˈülˌpän \

Definition of ulpan

plural ulpanim \¦ülpä¦nēm\
: an Israeli study center for newcomers in which intensive training in Hebrew and cultural subjects is given

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Origin and Etymology of ulpan

New Hebrew ūlpān, from Mishnaic Aramaic (bēth) ūlpānā (house) of study, from Aramaic alaph to teach, train


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