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Ibn Barun"s Arabic works on Hebrew grammar and lexigraphy

Ibn Barun.

Ibn Barun"s Arabic works on Hebrew grammar and lexigraphy

by Ibn Barun.

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Published by Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning; Oxford U.P .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementtranslated from the Arabic by Pinchas [email protected]@.
The Physical Object
Pagination235p.,23cm
Number of Pages235
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21278326M

PARḤON, SALOMON BEN ABRAHAM IBN (12 th century), lexicographer. Born in Qal'a, Spain, he was a student of Judah *Halevi and Abraham *Ibn ḥon immigrated to Italy, where in at Salerno he completed his Maḥberet he-Arukh, a biblical lexicon written in Hebrew and his only extant work. grammar book,’ in which he describes the grammar of Biblical Hebrew, was the first lexicon to adopt the three-letter root concept devised by ibn-Janah’s mas-ter, Yehudah H. ayyuj. It was written in Arabic (as was common for many of the writings of Jewish authors at this period in the region), and was translated into Hebrew .

Evolution of Arabic Grammar. The earliest attempt to write the Arabic grammar began when `Ali (R) commissioned one of his students, Abu al-Aswad ad-Du’ali (69 AH) to codify Arabic grammar. During the time of the caliphate of `Ali (R), it was apparent that Arabic grammar . Marwān ibn Ǧanāḥ, known in the Jewish tradition as Rabbi Jonah, is renowned for his works on Hebrew grammar and lexicography, which he composed in al-Andalus in the first half of the eleventh century. Less well known is a fundamental work he composed on the nomenclature of medicinal drugs, the Kitāb al-Talḫīṣ (Book Cited by: 1.

In Arabic, it means "son of". for example: ibn Abbas means: the son of Abbas. Abd Allah ibn Abbas: the first name is "abd allah" and his father is "abbas". which means Abd Allah is the son of abbas.   An Eleventh-Century Karaite Hebrew Grammar An Eleventh-Century Karaite Hebrew Grammar Maman, Aaron. T H E J E W I S H Q U A R T E R LY R E V I E W, Vol. , No. 3 (Summer ) ­ AHARON MAMAN GEOFFREY KHAN, JUDITH OLSZOWY-SCHLANGER, AND MARIA ANGELESGALLEGO, EDS. The Karaite Tradition of Hebrew .


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Genre/Form: Ibn Barun, Abū Ibrāhīm Isḥāḳ: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wechter, Pinchas, Ibn Barun's Arabic works on Hebrew grammar and lexicography. Ibn Barun's Arabic Works on Hebrew Grammar and Lexicography Wechter, Pinchas Published by The Dropsie College for Hebrew Cognate Learning, Philadelphia ().

Title: Ibn Barun's Arabic Works on Hebrew Grammar Publisher: The Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning, Philadelphia. Publication Date: Binding: Hardbound.

Book Condition. The book (fragments of which are extant) consists of two parts, the shorter one dealing with grammar and the longer one, called "The Book of Roots," a lexical work.

Ibn Barun knew Arabic literature well and often quotes the Koran, and Khalīl ibn Aḥmad's Kitāb al- ʿ Ayn (the first Arabic. Rabbi Yitzhak ben Barun ben Yosef Benveniste (Hebrew: יצחק בן ברון בן יוסף בנבנשת ‎), also known by his Arabic name Abū Ibrahīm Iṣḥāq ibn Barūn (died in Málaga) was an 11th-century Spanish grammarian of Arabic and Hebrew, mainly known for his influential book entitled The Book of Comparison between the Hebrew and the Arabic Languages, in which he traces parallels between hundreds of Arabic and Hebrew ity control: BNF: cb (data), ISNI:.

Pinchas Wechter (), who wrote a detailed study of the Kitab al-muwazana accompanied by an English translation (Ibn Barun's Arabic Works on Hebrew Grammar and Lexicography [Philadelphia, ]), notes that the "influence exerted by the Book of Comparison upon Ibn Barun's.

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The first treatises on Hebrew grammar. 7 Lexicography and Language Contact in The Tigre Language of Gindaˁ presents a critical edition and an annotated English translation of the work on Hebrew grammar al-Kitāb al-Kāfī fī al-Luġa al-'Ibārniyya by the medieval Karaite grammarian 'Abū al-Faraj Hārūn Ibn Faraj.

Andalusi Arabic is a close-knit bundle of Neo-Arabic Author: David L. Elias. Next to Ibn Ezra's works, Joseph Ḳimḥi's grammar (c. ) is the first exposition of Hebrew grammar in Hebrew. His "Sefer Zikkaron" surpasses Ibn Ezra's works in the methodical clearness of the presentation and in the even treatment of the whole material, and was the first real manual of Hebrew grammar.

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Less well known is a fundamental work he composed on the nomenclature of medicinal drugs, the Kitāb al-Talḫīṣ (Book. Aharon Maman, Ph.D. () in Hebrew, Hebrew University, is Professor of Hebrew at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. He has published on medieval Karaite Hebrew, medieval grammar and lexicography Cited by: 1.

The Diqduq (10th century) is one of the earliest grammatical commentaries on the Hebrew Bible. Solomon ibn Gabirol in the 11th century composed a versified Hebrew grammar, consisting of verses divided into ten parts. In the 12th century, Ibn Barun compared the Hebrew language with Arabic.

About the author: William Wright ( – ) was a famous English orientalist and professor of Arabic at the University of Cambridge. About the book: Although this book is quite old already – the first edition was published in (!) – it is still one of the best works in English on Arabic grammar.Barrick & Busenitz, A Grammar for Biblical Hebrew 3 PREFACE Originally, the authors had composed their own individual grammars during the course of teaching Biblical Hebrew on the seminary level.

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