It depends on how you are using the word. A hellenist is a person who has been effected by grecian culture or ideals in their Bible interpretations for example. But the term can relate to other things. But since you are in the religion section asking the question, that may be the best answer.
Hebrew, well again can depend on the context of the question. I suppose you mean the Language of Hebrew. The ancient language is supposedly derived from or the same as according to some as Chaldee. Though the last part of that statement is unlikely. They are probably dialects of one another however as Daniel had to LEARN Chaldee and yet already spoke Hebrew. It is supposedly the ancient language of the Shemitic people mainly from the line of one in particular Eber, a descendant of Shem, Noah’s son. Their are various branches within the language identified as Hebrew. Some even claim Aramaic is but a more modern form of the Hebrew language. It is also known that the people in the area of Galilee spoke a more ancient dialect than their relatives in the area. Also Acts 1 tells us the common language of the people during the time of Messiah in the area of Israyl was Aramaic, and not Greek, as is commonly erroneously taught. www.aramiacpeѕнι a.com
Search google under “Aramaic Primacy” and there is free literature about this issue.
A Hebrew is a Jew, A Hellenist is a Greek.
‘Hellenist’ refers to Hellas, which was the ancient name for Greece. I don’t know the origin of the word ‘Hebrew,’ but it refers to Jewish people.
A Hellenist is a type of pagan… I don’t know that much about them, so I’ll leave it to the Hellenists to explain.
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