The Hebrew alphabet is used for Hebrew (Biblical and modern), Aramaic (Talmud and other sources), Yiddish, Ladino, and a number of other Jewish languages. Here is the Israeli Hebrew keyboard from Debian Linux.
; 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 - = פ ם ן ו ט א ר ק ף ך ל ח י ע כ ג ד ש . ץ ת צ מ נ ה ב ס ז ז
Biblical Hebrew uses a variety of vowel signs and other marks. Yiddish requires a number of extra letters, including the following.
אַ פֿ ײַ װ ױ ײ
Some Free TrueType and OpenType fonts provided with Linux distributions include Basic Hebrew (Letters, vowel points, Yiddish tsvey-vovn, vov-yod, tsvey-yodn). Some specialist fonts support Biblical Hebrew. Support for other Jewish languages is spotty. Rendering of pointed Hebrew and Yiddish is erratic in current software. Some non-Free fonts such as Code2000 and Everson Mono Unicode also support Basic Hebrew.
- Courier New
- FreeMono, FreeSans, FreeSerif
There are also PostScript Hebrew font packages.
- Culmus. serif (Frank Ruehl), sans serif (Nachlieli) and monospaced (Miriam Mono) fonts. Also included are Aharoni, David, Drugulin, and Ellinia.
- Culmus Fancy. Anka, ComixNo2, Gan, Ozrad, Ktav Yad, Dorian and Gladia.