By Edward Cook Sir
"Targum Onkelos" is the oldest whole Jewish Aramaic translation of the "Pentateuch", and it has performed a massive position in Jewish exegesis through the centuries. even though the vocabulary of "Onkelos" has been incorporated within the significant rabbinic dictionaries, there hasn't ever been a quantity committed exclusively to the vocabulary of "Onkelos". this thesaurus, in response to the traditional serious variation, comprises 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 an intensive therapy of its lexical beneficial properties.
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At;wb; 31 n. m. unclean bird Lev 11:18; Deut 14:16. ] az:b,i az:ybi, emph. at;z}ybi n. f. plunder Ex 15:9; Num 14:3, 31; 24:8; 31:32; Deut 1:39; 32:13-14. ] zzb vb. ) Gen 34:27-29; Num 31:9, 32, 53; Deut 2:35; 3:7; 20:14; 31:17. ] ˚yzb, emph. ak;yzIb; n. f. Tamid 5:4), while TO uses ˚yzb to translate πk. 14 [ANHW 49 aK;z IB' (cf. ] ' [zb vb. ] ryjb, f. pl. abs. ˜r;yjib] adj. select, excellent Ex 14:7. v. ] ˜jb vb. ) Gen 42:15-16, Deut 33:8 as variant readings for rjb. ] 14 Tal, Language, 186. rjb; LSp 24; EDWARD COOK 32 rjb vb.
Ayhd atmkwaw arwyj atyyd, the white or EDWARD COOK 10 [Derived from Middle Persian andaron, according to DJBA; but possibly derived from Gk. a)ndrw&n the men’s apartment in a house, the banqueting hall, etc. (Liddell & Scott). v. ] bwzya, emph. ab;wzOyae n. m. hyssop Ex 12:22; Lev 14:4, 6, 49, 51-52; Num 19:6, 18. [DJPA 48 (targumic only); DSA 15 (SamTg only); cf. v. ] ak;yae, var. akyh interr. where? Gen 37:16. [P-S col. ] ˜ydek]yae interr. how? v. ˜dkh; cf. v. v. v. v. ] lya, emph. al;ya' n. m.
V. ] rysa, pl. emph. yreysia] n. m. prisoner, only in hsa; yreysia] tybe prison Gen 39:20-23; 40:3, 5, 14-15; 41:14; Ex 6:24; 12: 29. ] ˜sa, emph. an:s'a', an:s'a] n. m. thornbush Ex 3:2, 3, 4, Deut 33:16. ] gwposai, var. gwposa' n. m. ] Ex 29:2,23; Lev 2:4; 7:12; 8:26; Num 6:15,19. [Gk. v. ] fyrqsa, pl. abs. ˜w:f;yriq]sai Ex 16:31. [Gk. 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.
A Glossary of Targum Onkelos: According to Alexander Sperber's Edition (Studies in the Aramaic Interpretation of Scripture) by Edward Cook Sir