By Edward Cook Sir
"Targum Onkelos" is the oldest whole Jewish Aramaic translation of the "Pentateuch", and it has performed a massive function in Jewish exegesis through the centuries. even though the vocabulary of "Onkelos" has been integrated within the significant rabbinic dictionaries, there hasn't ever been a quantity committed completely to the vocabulary of "Onkelos". this thesaurus, in keeping with the traditional serious variation, contains the entire vocabulary of the targum, plus geographical names, with bibliographical references to cognates in different Aramaic dialects. it is going to be a massive support either to scholars first encountering the language of the Targum, in addition to to experts looking an intensive therapy of its lexical positive factors.
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Additional info for A Glossary of Targum Onkelos: According to Alexander Sperber's Edition (Studies in the Aramaic Interpretation of Scripture)
Hl;a], emph. ah;l;a] n. m. ] µyhiloa] n. m. pl. ] Never used in TO independently of the MT. [BH µyhiløa‘; ˜yhwla in 4Q244 fg. ] ˜yhel;a], var. ˜yhlya conj. 6 ; 4 Oxford Bodleian Ms. Heb b 4, Gen 32:27. See also Steven E. Fassberg, A Grammar of the Palestinian Targum Fragments from the Cairo Genizah (Harvard Semitic Studies 38; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1990), 198 (#157g). 6 See the discussion in Tal, Language, 33. v. v. v. v. ] wla conj. See wlya. ylewluai conj. if not for (expresses irreal condition) Ex 4:26.
Ittimaœli < in(a) timaœli (Kaufman 60). v. v. v. ] ˜ta, emph. an:t;a], pl. ˜n:t;a] n. f. ] rt'a,] emph. ar;ta' n. m. v. }s¥r #2 Vogt 21; ATTM 1:526, 2:357; DJA 34; DJPA 81; DJBA 179; DSA 74; LSp 20; LS2 55; MD 44. See also gwrta, pl. abs. ˜ygIwrota' Lev 23:40. ] n. m. v. gwrt; DJBA 179; GLOSSARY OF ONKELOS 27 b b prep. ] vab vb. ) The single occurrence of the ithpeel in Sperber (Ex 5:23) is textually suspect, as most witnesses read the aphel. The one occurrence of the aphel that means cause to stink (Ex 5:21) is influenced by the BH meaning of the word.
V. v. v. ] wkrwa, cstr. twkur;wao, var. twkyrwa Deut 30:20. [Nominalized aphel inf. from wfvwa, cstr. twfuç;wao n. f. ] n. f. stretching out, only in dy" twfuç;wOa, undertaking. Deut 12:7,18; 15:10; 23:21; 28:8, 20. [Nominalized aphel inf. from fvy ; DJPA 43; cp. v. ] dgza, pl. abs. ˜ydig"zai n. m. ] Gen 32:3, 6; Num 20:14; 21:21; 22:5; 24:12; Deut 2:26. [For the Persian etymology, see Tal, Language, 14 n. v. ] lza vb. ] ˜ydigr'm'zai n. m. ] Ex 28:18, 39:11. [Gk. smara&g dinoj; cf. v. v. ] ja', suff.
A Glossary of Targum Onkelos: According to Alexander Sperber's Edition (Studies in the Aramaic Interpretation of Scripture) by Edward Cook Sir