Ethiopic and South Arabic contributions to the Hebrew lexicon.
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Ethiopic and South Arabic contributions to the Hebrew lexicon. by Wolf Leslau

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English


  • Hebrew language -- Foreign elements -- Ethiopic.,
  • Hebrew language -- Foreign elements -- Arabic.

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SeriesUniversity of California publications in Semitic philology -- v. 20., University of California, Berkeley. University of California publications in Semitic philology, v. 20
The Physical Object
Pagination76 p.
Number of Pages76
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16720326M

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About this Book Catalog Record Details. Ethiopic and South Arabic contributions to the Hebrew lexicon. Leslau, Wolf. View full catalog record. Ethiopic and South Arabic contributions to the Hebrew lexicon. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 76 p. The verb in Harari. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, x + 86 p. An Amharic Conversation Book. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. (ISBN X) Ethiopians speak. Studies in cultural background. Part 1: Harari. Geʽez (/ ˈ ɡ iː ɛ z /; ግዕዝ, Gəʿəz IPA: [ˈɡɨʕɨz] (); referred to in some scholarly literature as Classical Ethiopic) is an ancient South Semitic language of the Ethiopic language originates from the region encompassing southern Eritrea and northern Ethiopia regions in the Horn of Africa.. Today, Geʽez is used only as the main liturgical language of the Ethiopian Language family: Afro-Asiatic, . The most important branch of this division is, of course, the Arabic language, and with this Ethiopic has a great deal in common. On the other hand there are many words and forms in Ethiopic which are not found in Arabic, but in Hebrew or even in Babylonian and Assyrian.

Wolf Leslau: lt;p|>| |Wolf Leslau| (|Hebrew|: ||וולף לסלאו||‎; Novem , Krzepice (|German|: ||Kschep World Heritage Encyclopedia, the.   Author of Concise Amharic dictionary, Ethiopian argots, Falasha Anthology, Amharic textbook , An annotated bibliography of the Semitic languages of Ethiopia, Etymological dictionary of Harari, Ethiopic and South Arabic contributions to the Hebrew lexicon, Falasha anthologyWritten works: An Amharic Conversation Book, Etymological Dictionary Of Harari, Amharic textbook.   Lexicon linguae aethiopicae cum indice latino by Dillmann, August, ; Munzinger, Werner, Publication date Topics Ethiopic language, Latin language, Tigré language Publisher Lipsiae, T.O. Weigel Collection robarts; toronto Digitizing sponsorPages:   Book Section 3 of the New Testament Gospel in Ethiopian in Amharic Script This is the New Testament in Ethiopic (Amharic) translated in In order to make this Ebook more accessible, it has been divided into several sections. These can be found when you "cut and paste" the following into your search: New Testament Ethiopic Amharic

This site is an exploration of the common roots, parallels, and similarities between the Arabic and Hebrew lexicons, featuring a (nearly) 1,word list of similar and related Arabic and Hebrew words, including cognates as well as borrowings. The Hebrew hāyāh ("to be"), from hwy, is also found in Aramaic, Ya'udic, rarely in Akkadian, and according to an ancient lexicon possibly also in Ugaritic, while the ordinary verb for "to be" in Ugaritic is kwn, as in Phoenician, Arabic, South Arabian, and Ethiopic. Ethiopic. A. Dillmann, Lexicon Linguae Aethiopicae; note also Wolf Leslau, Ethiopic and South Arabic Contributions to the Hebrew Lexicon. Northwest Semitic inscriptions. J. Hoftijzer and K. Jongeling, Dictionary of the North-West Semitic Inscrip- tions. This is the first Biblical Hebrew lexicon that defines each Hebrew word within its original Ancient Hebrew cultural meaning. One of the major differences between the Modern Western mind and the Ancient Hebrew's is that their mind related all words and their meanings to a concrete concept/5().