A person belonging to the worldwide group descended from the ancient Israelites (or converted to it) and connected by cultural or religious ties; Also called: Hebrew.
Follower of Judaism, the Jewish religion. The term is also used to refer to those who claim descent from the ancient Hebrews, a Semitic people of the Middle East. Today, some may recognize their ethnic heritage but not practice the religious or cultural traditions. The term came into use in medieval Europe, based on the Latin name for Judeans, the people of Judah. Prejudice against Jews is termed anti-Semitism.
Jevrej, Jevrejin, pripadnik jevrejskog naroda (fr.)