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A Comprehensive Etymological Dictionary of the Hebrew Language by Ernest Klein


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#1 ronaldburkhalter

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Posted 15 November 2017 - 01:12 PM

Does anyone know where we can find the e-sword module????


 

 

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#2 LarryG

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Posted 15 November 2017 - 01:59 PM

eSword modules on this particular site are all formatted from works that are out of copyright - OR - that the copyright holder has given their permission to format into an eSword module.

 

Paid eSword modules can be found at eStudySource dot com  http://estudysource....page/index.aspx



#3 Tj Higgins

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Posted 15 November 2017 - 02:03 PM

Does anyone know where we can find the e-sword module????

 

That seems to be a copyrighted item and the copyright holder would have to give permission for an E-Sword module to be created



#4 anh Mike

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Posted 15 November 2017 - 05:50 PM

you can search the net.

dunno about module though

 

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A Comprehensive etymological dictionary of the Hebrew language for readers... Type of Work: Text Registration Number / Date: TX0002233774 / 1988-01-25 Title: A Comprehensive etymological dictionary of the Hebrew language for readers of English / Ernest Klein ; foreword by Haim Rabin. Imprint: Jerusalem, Israel : Carta Jerusalem, c1987. Description: 721 p. Copyright Claimant: the Beatrice & Arthur Minden Foundation & the University of Haifa Date of Creation: 1987 Date of Publication: 1988-01-01 Date in Notice: notice: 1987 Authorship on Application: pref.: Moshe Kones.


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#5 arteparacristo

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Posted 02 March 2020 - 03:47 PM

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#6 Módulos en Español - Eliú

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Posted 02 March 2020 - 03:54 PM

The Klein Dictionary has licency BY-NC.

I am working in this module.

KLEIN
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The first letter of the Hebrew alphabet. The name of the letter is ‘Aleph’, and so called in allusion to its ancient Heb. form, representing the head of an ox (see אֶלֶף ᴵᴵ, אַלּוּף ⱽᴵ, and cp. Akka. alpu, Arab. alif, Phoen. אלף, whence Gk. Alpha). In PBH it has the numerical value of one. א alternates with other gutterals, as with ה (see e.g. אָמוֹן, Jer. 52:15, instead of הָמוֹן), and with ע (see e.g. מְתָאֵב, Amos 6:5, instead of מֽתָעֵב). It also alternates with י (see e.g. צְבָאִים and צֽבָיִים, pl. of צְבִי). For the interchangeability of א and ה see also in the conjugational system Heb. הִפֽעִיל and Aram. אַפְעֵל, Heb. הִתֽפַּעֵל and Aram. אִתְפַּעֵל. א is used to form secondary verbs and nouns (see e.g. אבטח, אבחן, אַבְטָחָה, אַבֽחָנָה). In Aram. it also serves as the definite article (see ◌ָא ᴵ) and as the most common subst. and adj. suff. (see ◌ָא ᴵᴵ).

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Edited by Eliu Guerrero, 02 March 2020 - 03:54 PM.





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