Czech native speakers vs Hebrew native speakers
How many people speak Czech and Hebrew languages tells about Czech native speakers vs Hebrew native speakers. The native language is also known as first language. Total 11.00 million people speak Czech as native language while 4.40 million people speak Hebrew as native language. You can also go to Czech vs Hebrew Dialects and find the total number of dialects in Czech and Hebrew language. In some regions, Czech and Hebrew languages are used as second language. No estimate of people speaking Czech as second language and 5.60 million speakers who use Hebrew as second language.
Native Names of Czech and Hebrew
Native names are used in the Czech and Hebrew Speaking Countries. Both Czech and Hebrew languages have their own native names.Under how many people speak Czech and Hebrew you will get to know the native names of Czech and Hebrew languages. The native name of Czech is čeština / český jazyk and native name of Hebrew is עברית / עִבְרִית (ivrit). The alternative names of Czech and Hebrew languages are as follows:
- Czech alternative names are: Bohemian, Cestina
- Hebrew alternative names are: Israeli, Ivrit
The French name of Czech is tchèque whereas German name of Czech is Tschechisch. The German name of Hebrew is Hebräisch whereas French name of Hebrew is tchèque.