One of the common figures in the Abrahamic religions (i.e., Judaism, Muslim and Christianity) is a man known as Jesus. The name Jesus is derived from the Latin name Iesus, which is derived from the Greek Iesous, which is derived from the Aramaic Hebrew Yeshua, an abbreviation of Yehoshua. Aramaic Hebrew is the common language of Palestine in the first century AD which would have been the language of Jesus. The name of Jesus was widely adopted as the English name used in the New Testament of the Holy Bible. The Arabic name for Jesus is either Isa used by Arab Muslims or Yasu used by Arab Christians. In the Holy Qur´an, the name for Jesus is Isa, a great prophet and teacher. In Judaism, he is also seen as a great teacher and rabbi. For Messianic Jews, he is the Messiah meaning “anointed one" or High Priest or King. In traditional Islam, Jesus was the promised Prophet and Messiah who came and will come again, at the end of days to defeat the false Messiah.