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RUDOLF MEYER, Methodische Erwägungen zur geplanten Neuauflage von Gesenius, Hebräisch-aramäisches Handwärterbuch

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The state of research of Semitic and within its framework the Hebrew Studies has experienced a tremendous boom since before the discovery of the Akkadian; the constant expansion of the horizon by always new accumulating source material and the fertilization by the Indo-European studies have led to a refinement of scientific methods, of which the Semitists of the early 19th century could have never dreamed. Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm Gesenius was the first edition of his dictionary, 1810-1812, entitled Hebrew-German dictionary of the Old Testament writings quite by alphabetical order. With inclusion the geographical names and the Chaldean words beym Daniel and Ezra and an analytical appendixes published by F. C. W. bird in appear Leipzig. The original context of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Chaldean words; Hebrew-German dictionary; Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm Gesenius; semitist

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