The Paleo-Hebrew script, also Proto-Hebrew or Ancient Hebrew or Old Hebrew, is the writing system found in Canaanite inscriptions from the region of biblical Israel and Judah. It is considered to be the script used to record the original texts of the Hebrew Bible due to its similarity to the Samaritan script.

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eye, to see, experience, watch, heed, know, cover, color
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