By Edward Cook Sir
"Targum Onkelos" is the oldest entire Jewish Aramaic translation of the "Pentateuch", and it has performed an enormous function 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 completely to the vocabulary of "Onkelos". this word list, in response to the traditional serious variation, contains the entire vocabulary of the targum, plus geographical names, with bibliographical references to cognates in different Aramaic dialects. will probably be a big aid either to scholars first encountering the language of the Targum, in addition to to experts looking an intensive remedy of its lexical good points.
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Rb I, emph. ar;b; n. m. field, outside; ˜mi rb; prep. except for; ar;b;l] adv. outside; ar;b'mi adv. outside; ar;b'ymil] adv. ] rb' ˜m); DJBA 239; DSA 118-119; LSp 31; LS2 88; II, pl. abs. ˜ynIb] n. m. v. ] dr'b,] emph. ad;rb' ryb; DJBA n. m. ] EDWARD COOK 40 lrb, emph. al;rwbu n. m. ] Gen 2:12; Ex 25:7; 28:9, 20; 35:9, 27; 39:6, 13. [Gk. v. v. ] lz"rb', emph. al;z}rb', var. alzrp n. m. ] yrb, suff. 3 m. sg. hyyErwbu n. m. health Ex 21:19. v. ( a) yrb (2); cf. v. v. v. ] yrb vb. ] ha;yrib] n.
Emph. ay:t'yria], var. ayfyra n. f. ] Ex 7:19, 8:1. [Akk. ] ˚ra vb. ] GLOSSARY OF ONKELOS ak;ra' 23 n. f. prolongation, respite Gen 6:3. ] am;r;a], emph. at;wmur;a] n. f. ] wmra n. f. See amra. ym;r'a], emph. ha;m;r'a] adj. gent. Aramean Gen 25:20; 28:5; 31:20, 24; Deut 26:5. ] ym'ra' adj. pagan Lev 25: 47. The distinction between this lemma and the one preceding is based on vocalization; see DJBA and cp. Meg. 4:9. v. ] al;m]ra', emph. at;lm'ra' n. f. ] wlmra, suff. 3 f. sg. ht'wlum]ra' n. f. widowhood Gen 38:14, 19.
F. fright Lev 26:16. ˜ybe prep. v. v. v. ] GLOSSARY OF ONKELOS a[yb, pl. abs. ˜y[iybe 33 n. f. egg Deut 22:6. ] arwqyb, emph. at;rwquybi n. f. ] Lev 19:20. ] rybe, pl. abs. ˜r;ybe n. f. v. v. ] ry:b] rab; DJPA 101; adj. uncultivated Deut 21:4. v. v. ] çybi adj. v. v. aç;ybi, emph. at;çbi n. f. ] wçuybi n. f. evil, harm Gen 31:52; 41:19; Deut 28:20; 29:20. ] ypea' tybe n. m. veil Ex 34:33-35. ] vdqm tyb n. m. See vdqm. v. EDWARD COOK 34 yreçmi tybe n. m. place of encampment Num 10:33; Deut 1:33.