Eliezer Ben-Yehuda (January 7, 1858 - December 16, 1922) was a Russian Jewish newspaper editor and language expert. He was instrumental in the movement for the revival of Hebrew as a language for the Jews and for Israel.

Hebrew spelling:
אליעזר בן–יהודה

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