The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew (9 volume set)
The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew, IX English–Hebrew Index; Word Frequency Table
The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew, IX English–Hebrew Index; Word Frequency Table

The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew (9 volume set)

by eds. Clines, David J. A.; Elwolde, John

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The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew, IX English–Hebrew Index; Word Frequency Table
Pages 834
Publisher Sheffield Academic Press
Published 2016
ISBN-13 9781909697485
The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew: Volume I (Aleph)
Pages 475
Publisher Sheffield Phoenix Press
Published 1993
ISBN-13 9781905048755
The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew: Volume II (Beth–Waw)
Pages 660
Publisher Sheffield Phoenix Press
Published 1995
ISBN-13 9781905048762
The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew: Volume III (Zayin–Teth)
Pages 424
Publisher Sheffield Phoenix Press
Published 1996
ISBN-13 9781905048779
The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew: Volume IV (Yodh–Lamedh)
Pages 642
Publisher Sheffield Phoenix Press
Published 1998
ISBN-13 9781905048786
The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew: Volume V (Mem–Nun)
Pages 957
Publisher Sheffield Phoenix Press
Published 2001
ISBN-13 9781905048793
The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew: Volume VI (Samekh–Pe)
Pages 999
Publisher Sheffield Phoenix Press
Published 2007
ISBN-13 9781905048809
The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew: Volume VII (Sade–Resh)
Pages 679
Publisher Sheffield Phoenix Press
Published 2010
ISBN-13 9781906055523
The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew: Volume VIII (Sin–Taw)
Pages 817
Publisher Sheffield Phoenix Press
Published 2011
ISBN-13 9781906055530
"The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew": incorporates all Hebrew from the earliest times to c.200 CE; includes all the data from Ben Sira (Ecclesiasticus), the Dead Sea Scrolls and related texts, and the Hebrew inscriptions down to 200 CE; lists and analyses all occurrences of every Hebrew word (with the exception of a few very common words); gives an English translation of every Hebrew word and phrase cited in the dictionary; provides statistics for the number of occurrences of each word in each of the four corpora of Hebrew; concentrates on the common words rather than the rare ones; indexes all the nouns to their verbal "root" and all the verbs to their "derived" nouns; is systematically based on modern linguistic principles; contains a word-frequency index and a list of all the sources for the Hebrew language, including all the manuscripts from Qumran; provides a comprehensive bibliography to scholarly studies on individual Hebrew words and an English-Hebrew index; and is available in electronic format and in a large print edition.

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Denver Seminary Journal Denver Seminary Journal December 5, 2009
Six volumes have appeared. Designed for a contextual and usage approach to understanding the meaning of words. [Full Review]