By Edward Cook Sir
"Targum Onkelos" is the oldest entire Jewish Aramaic translation of the "Pentateuch", and it has performed an important function in Jewish exegesis in the course of the centuries. even though the vocabulary of "Onkelos" has been integrated within the significant rabbinic dictionaries, there hasn't ever been a quantity dedicated completely to the vocabulary of "Onkelos". this thesaurus, in response to the normal severe variation, contains the entire vocabulary of the targum, plus geographical names, with bibliographical references to cognates in different Aramaic dialects. will probably be a huge aid either to scholars first encountering the language of the Targum, in addition to to experts looking a radical remedy of its lexical beneficial properties.
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Extra resources for A Glossary of Targum Onkelos: According to Alexander Sperber's Edition (Studies in the Aramaic Interpretation of Scripture)
YgIwrota' Lev 23:40. ] n. m. v. gwrt; DJBA 179; GLOSSARY OF ONKELOS 27 b b prep. ] vab vb. ) The single occurrence of the ithpeel in Sperber (Ex 5:23) is textually suspect, as most witnesses read the aphel. The one occurrence of the aphel that means cause to stink (Ex 5:21) is influenced by the BH meaning of the word. ] abb, cstr. tb'b; n. f. pupil of the eye Deut 32:10. v. ] w[bb interj. See w[b llgb, suff. 3 m. pl. ˜wOhll'gbi prep. because of Deut 28:32. v. ] EDWARD COOK 28 jlwdb, emph. aj;lwdub] n.
M. v. v. v. v. ] wnUm;swbu n. f. process of making incense Ex 30:25, 35; 37:29. ] ≈wbu n. m. ] ˜yxwb I, pl. emph. ay:n"yxiwbo n. m. lamp [DJPA 88; DJBA 192; DSA 86; LSp 23; cf. ] ˜yxwb II, pl. emph. ay:n"yxiwbo II n. m. gourd Num 11:5. Although DJBA treats this word and the previous one in a single entry, they are separated here, since they are recognized as distinct in the ancient texts;13 see also CAL. ] rwb vb. ) Gen 47:19. ] lrwb twb n. m. See lrb. vb. v. v. Ned. 66b, in which a husband tells his wife to bring him two ynyxwb (gourds) and she brings him two ygrv (lamps).
E0sxari/thj; MH rsa gwpøs,] n. f. ] µyfiyrIq:s]y ai, m. Hall. ] vb. ] EDWARD COOK 20 [a;, emph. a[;a; n. m. v. ] πa, suff. 3 f. sg. hp'a' n. f. nose Gen 24:47. v. πna; DJPA 69; DSA 50. ] πa' conj. v. ] dwpa, emph. ad;wpoyae n. m. v. ] ypa vb. ) Gen 19:3; Ex 12:39; 16:23; Lev 2:4; 6:10; 7:9; 23:17; 24:5; 26:26. ] ˜ypia', emph. ay:p'a' n. m. pl. face, surface; prep. ypea l[' on top of, on the surface of, in front of; prep. v. v. v. v. ] lpa, f. pl. emph. at;l;pa', var. atlypa adj. late Ex 9:32. ] wqpa, cstr.