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This quantity goals to check the heritage and the influence of Wilhelm Gesenius’s “Concise Hebrew-German Dictionary” within the context of ancient examine. From the time of its preliminary booklet in 1810 via its latest 18th variation accomplished in 2010, the dictionary has been one of the most vital reference works for students in Hebrew language stories, outdated testomony religious study, and Semitic reports. It has exerted lasting effect on outdated testomony biblical exegesis, Hebrew lexicography, and Semitic language experiences. The 33 essays during this quantity supply an image of the dictionary's various historic interrelationships and impacts.

Der Sammelband ist dem forschungsgeschichtlichen Kontext, der Geschichte und der Wirkung des Hebräisch-deutschen Handwörterbuches von Wilhelm Gesenius gewidmet. Dieses ist seit seiner Erstauflage 1810 bis hin zur 2010 abgeschlossenen 18. Auflage eines der wichtigsten Referenzwerke der Hebraistik, der alttestamentlichen Bibelwissenschaft und der Semitistik, undhat einen nachhaltigen Einfluß auf die alttestamentliche Bibelexegese, die hebräische Lexikographie und die semitistische Sprachwissenschaft ausgeübt. Insgesamt 33 Beiträge entfalten die verschiedenen Aspekte des Kontexts und der Wirkung dieses Wörterbuchs.

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As is known, it is also attested in the blessing ‘Shofarot’ in the Musaf prayer of Rosh haShana: ‫וְ ִד ְ ּברוֹ ת קדשך‬. Cf. BERGGRÜN, Studies in Hebrew Language, 77–79. ְ 30 f. An interesting example relates to the entry for the Aramaic words ‫נְ וָ ל ּו‬, ‫( נְ וָ לִ י‬p. 862), which appear in the verses ‫( ו ַּביְ ֵת ּה נְ וָ ל ּו יִ ְת ֲע ֵבד‬Ezra 6:11) and ‫( ו ָּב ֵּתיכוֹ ן נְ וָ לִ י יִ ְּתשָׂ מוּן‬Daniel 2:5). ”31 But no citation from the Mishnah or any other text of rabbinic literature is cited, although they are readily available: for example, ‫“ בנות ישראל נאות הן אלא שהעניות מנוולתן‬the daughters of Israel are beautiful, but poverty makes them unattractive (‫( ”)מנוולתן‬m.

How could that be? 17 This case of semantic opposition between ‫ אהב‬and ‫ שׂנא‬underlines a need to adopt a comprehensive approach in investigating paradigmatic relationships. 18 Such information, however, is missing in GESB17, KBL, and LHAVT. 19 Another thing which this particular instance, the verb ‫אהב‬, shows is that still outstanding problems and challenges presented by the Hebrew lexicography are not confined to hapax legomena, rare words or expressions, cruces interpretum. ‫ אהב‬occurs in the Bible, including a small number of Nifʿals and Piʿels, a total of 208 times.

1080), attested in the verse ‫והצילו‬ ‫( גזוּל מיד ָע ׁשוֹ ק‬Jer 22:3), Gesenius writes that this form is equivalent to the active participle ‫ עוֹ ׁ ֵשק‬found in the parallel ‫( והצילו גזול מיד עוֹ ׁ ֵשק‬Jer 21:12). d. In speaking about ‫( ָחמוֹ ץ‬p. 712) in the verse ‫( דרשו משפט אשרו ָחמוֹ ץ‬Isa 1:17), Gesenius writes at some length. He never actually gives a specific grammatical analysis of the word, but he does mention that it is equivalent to the participle ‫ חוֹ ֵמץ‬in the verse ‫ מיד ְמ ַע ֵ ּול וחוֹ ֵמץ‬,‫( פלטני מיד רשע‬Psalm 71:4).

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