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By Max Wagner

This paintings was once instructed to the writer by means of Professor Walter Baumgartner, of Basel, and is devoted to him. it's a tribute to Baumgartner's lifelong curiosity in lexicography and it has the marks of thoroughness that we go along with his institution. Wagner bargains with the Sprachgeschichtliche Grundlagen (pp. 1-7); with Forschungsgeschichte (pp. 8-10) with specific emphasis at the contributions of Kautzsch and driving force (but, it kind of feels, with no information that a lot pertinent paintings of lasting price during this quarter was once performed by means of medieval Jewish scholars); with "Assumptions and approach" (pp. 11-17). The higher a part of the booklet is given over to the "lexical Aramaisms" (pp. 17- 121), and a few seventeen pages are dedicated to "grammatical Aramaisms" (pp. 121-38). within the final a part of the ebook (139-58) we discover statistical details as to the distribution of Aramaisms one of the a variety of books of the OT: chronological distribution and what the writer calls thematic distribution.

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A. O. , der MG 1671 die Zugehörigkeit des Nomens zu diesem Stamm bezweifelt) u. äth. 'arwe »wildes Tier, Reptil, Schlange« (DILLM. Lex. aeth. 743). -Form s. II §16, 4c. Synn. u. : n s , etwa 20 x , schon Jdc 14 s, u. etwa 10 X , schon Gen 49 9 (alt, S E L L I N - R . Einl. 47). 28a. tfN es ist / sind vorhanden: II Sam 14 19 Prov 18 24 (t^ljE). — Es fällt weg Mi 6 10. 28b. f » n . :IChr2i3. Im He. sonst ungefähr 130 X (< das auf *jitaj zurückgeht, vgl. MG 293 5 u. H. BAUER Islamica II, 1926, 8), wobei auf I/II Sam u.

B G S T R . G r . I I § 4 a ; B L H 3 1 0 m . 3 7 1 s ; B M § 6 4 , 2 b ; TORCZ. E J I I I , 1 3 4 u. ZATU 226. Fehlt mhe. Im Aram, verbreiteter Stamm in der Bedeutung »(fort)gehen«, ja. u. sy. auch »sterben« (nach NÖLD. NB 96 1 urspr. Euphemismus), Belege s. K B L 1048 u. DISO 7. Ar. 'azalP »längst vergangen«. Synn. : 'q'rn, KS"1 u. HD, alle häufig und früh belegt. A: KBL BOER P r o v a. a. O . ; DHORME S a m 7 6 7 ; DRIVER Congr. Vol. Copenh. 3 2 ; WILDE- XIV. "THiJS s. Nr. 124. * HlnS s. Nr.

A. GB; KBL; HÖLSCHER H i 8 6 ; T U R SINAI J o b 5 1 6 u . F O H R E R H i 4 8 3 ; f ü r »verdunkelt« treten im Anschluß an Fz. DELITZSCH u. B U D D E Z. B. D H O R M E Job 521 U. Echterbibel ein). So oder anders ist indessen mit einem A zu rechnen. Syn. HS, 4 x , schon Jes 18 4. A: DHORME TORCZ. E J I I I , op. cit. L X X X I I ; EB 1, 595; 134. HÖLSCHER Hi 87; TERRIEN Job 27 1 ; Lexikalische Aramaismen 33 36. ) 8 14 (D^pai? »eiligst«) cj. Prov 13n u. 2 0 2 1 , (hif. »eiligfortschaffen«u. ) Esth 6 1 4 II Chr 2 6 2 0 .

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