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Etymological Dictionary of Biblical Hebrew

  • Etymological Dictionary of Biblical Hebrew
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 This unique work is the first to analyze the Hebrew words of the Bible in English in relation to their grammatical roots. Based on the theories and commentaries of Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch, this book translates Rabbi Hirsch's interpretations into a comprehensive dictionary of Biblical Hebrew, an easy to use guide with citations to the biblical text and cross-references to related terms. A learned introduction explains Rabbi Hirsch's innovative approach to the analysis of roots and interpretation of Hebrew words. With clarity and precision, Rabbi Matityahu Clark has created an indispensable work that serves as an aid to Biblical study, a guide to the Hebrew language and an ideal reference to the Hirsch commentaries. The reader will learn why so many Hebrew words with identical roots have a wide range of meaning (kapara is forgivness, kfir is a lion, kaporet is curtain, kfar is village) and discover the hidden meaning of the many synonyms used to express a similar act.

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