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Jewish and Hebrew onomastics

Robert Singerman

Jewish and Hebrew onomastics

a bibliography

by Robert Singerman

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Published by Garland Pub. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Names, Personal -- Jewish -- Bibliography.,
  • Names in the Bible -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes indexes.

    StatementRobert Singerman.
    SeriesGarland reference library of the humanities ; v. 92
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ6824 .S5, CS3010 .S5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 132 p. ;
    Number of Pages132
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4905517M
    ISBN 100824098811
    LC Control Number76052684

      The ancient history of Jewish settlement in the Crimea (in Russian, “Krym”) dates back over 2, years to the time of the Bosporan Kingdom, a Roman client state ( BC AD).From the eighth to the tenth centuries, the Crimea fell within the legendary Khazar kingdom in which Judaism was an official religion, although no genealogical connection between the Khazari and the Crimean Jews. History. Most scholars believe that a Jewish community has existed in Kaifeng since the Northern Song Dynasty (–), though some scholars date their arrival to the Tang Dynasty (–), or earlier. Kaifeng, then the capital of the Northern Song Dynasty, was a cosmopolitan city on a branch of the Silk is surmised that a small community of Mizrahi Jews, most likely from Persia China: ~1,

    Jewish Given Names and Family Names: A New Bibliography. Edited by David L. Gold. (Leiden; Boston: Brill, ). pages. ISBN {A subject-organized list of over 3, books and articles on Jewish given names and family names throughout history}. {Earlier edition was: Jewish and Hebrew Onomastics: A Bibliography. (New York and. The Jewish name has historically varied, encompassing throughout the centuries several different traditions. This article looks at the onomastics practices of the Jewish people, that is, the history of the origin and forms of proper names.

    (Jews of Bulgaria during the years of the Nazi regime, ). Tel Aviv, p. (in Hebrew). This book is the first one on this subject. When immigrating to Israel in , Arditti brought with him a rich documentation which allowed him to analyze the subject. Includes a documents list, a wide bibliography and an index. Catholic,Hungarian-Jewish).Dave’s middle name,Owen,commemorates a residence hall at Michigan State University,where his parents ’s middle name, Olam, is a Hebrew word meaning ‘world’, ‘universe’ and Introduction:Towards a Theory of Political Onomastics • 3.


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These Are the Names: Studies in Jewish Onomastics (English and Hebrew Edition) (Hebrew) Hardcover – January 1, by Aaron Demsky (Editor), Joseph A. Reif (Editor), Joseph Tabory (Editor) See all 3 formats and editionsFormat: Hardcover. Jewish and Hebrew onomastics book standard source is: E.

Withycombe: The Oxford Dictionary of English Christian Names, Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press (3rd ed. ) A book which lists lots and lots of first names - including Biblical and modern (Israeli) Jewish names - and gives very brief etymologies is: Alfred J. Kolatch, The Complete Dictionary of English and Hebrew First Names, Middle Village NY: Jewish and Hebrew onomastics book David ( pages).

These are the Names - Studies in Jewish Onomastics V Studies in Jewish Onomastics in Hebrew for the English articles and in English for the Hebrew articles.

As in the former volumes this book too includes comprehensive indices of all the names that are discussed in the articles. Jewish Books: 18 Essential Texts Every Jew Should Read Jews are known as the “People of the Book” for good reason.

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Somewhat surprisingly, the name didn’t become popular in the Anglophone world till the 16th century (with the. He edited five volumes on the subject – These Are the Names – Studies in Jewish Onomastics (Ramat-Gan, ) as well as Pleasant Are Their Names: Jewish Names In The Sephardi Diaspora (Studies And Texts In Jewish History And Culture: The Joseph And Rebecca Meyerhoff Center For Jewish Studies, University Of Maryland.

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With surprising and gratifying regularity, Bar-Ilan University has been bringing out new volumes of "These are the Names," a series devoted to Jewish onomastics. This latest volume, the third to date, contains 17 concise, well-written articles in Hebrew and English, complete with abstracts and detailed indexes of names and places.

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is hosting an international conference on the history and origin of Jewish names. The 13th biannual International Conference on Jewish Names, which takes place today at the Mount Scopus campus, features 20 lecturers and academics from Israel, Poland, Germany, Spain, the Czech Republic, Canada, Italy and the United States – all of whom study Jewish.

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Demsky has made Jewish. Adin - Jewish surname - Onomastics - Patronymic - Jacob - Book of Genesis - Moses - Book of Exodus - Solomon - Books of Samuel - Babylonian captivity - Kingdom of Judah - David - David and Jonathan - Saul - Mephibosheth - Ahitub - Ahijah - Ahimelech - Jaazaniah - Ezekiel - Eponym - Israelites - Book of Numbers - Jephthah.

Volume 1 contains 9 of the papers presented at a conference held June July 1, at Bar-Ilan University; Volume 2 contains 12 of the papers presented at the 2nd and 3rd International Conferences of Jewish Onomastics, held at Bar-Ilan University in and Titles found in this group include: Jewish and Hebrew Onomastics: A Bibliography, by Robert Singerman, ; ex-library, with attachments and markings.

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