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Grammar of Palestinian Jewish Aramaic

A handy grammar of the Aramaic of the Targum, the Talmud, the Midrashim and the Aramaic passages of the New Testament, with notes on where the older dialect of Ezra and Daniel differs.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-928-1
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Aug 19,2013
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 98
Languages: English
ISBN: 978-1-61143-928-1
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A handy grammar of the Aramaic of the Targum, the Talmud, the Midrashim and the Aramaic passages of the New Testament, with notes on where the older dialect of Ezra and Daniel differs from this. Useful both as a textbook and as a reference, with a marginal guide on which sections should be tackled by the beginning student; based on the classic studies of Dalman.

A handy grammar of the Aramaic of the Targum, the Talmud, the Midrashim and the Aramaic passages of the New Testament, with notes on where the older dialect of Ezra and Daniel differs from this. Useful both as a textbook and as a reference, with a marginal guide on which sections should be tackled by the beginning student; based on the classic studies of Dalman.

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William BarronStevenson

  • Preface (page 5)
  • Table of Contents (page 8)
  • Literature (page 10)
  • Palestinian Jewish Aramaic (page 11)
  • 1. Introduction (page 11)
  • 2. Orthography (page 13)
  • 3. Personal Pronouns (page 18)
  • 4. Personal Pronouns (page 18)
  • 5. Demonstrative Pronouns and Adjectives (page 20)
  • 6. Interrogatives (page 23)
  • 7. The Relative Pronoun (page 24)
  • 8. Nouns and Adjectives (page 25)
  • 9. Classification of Nouns (page 29)
  • 10. Inflexion of Nouns (Masculine Types) (page 31)
  • 11. Inflexion of Nouns (With Feminine Endings) (page 36)
  • 12. Pronominal Suffixes (With Singular Nonus) (page 40)
  • 13. Pronominal Suffixes (page 43)
  • 14. Pronominal Suffixes (With Fem. Plur. Stems) (page 44)
  • 16. Verbal Stems (page 47)
  • 17. Perfect Tenses (page 49)
  • 18. Imperfect Tenses (page 50)
  • 19. Imperatives (page 54)
  • 20. Infinitives (page 55)
  • 21. Participles (page 57)
  • 22. Compound Tenses (page 60)
  • 23. Influence of Gutturals Upon Verbal Forms (page 62)
  • 24. Verbs Initial Nun (page 64)
  • 25. Verbs Initial Aleph (page 66)
  • 26. Verbs Initial Yodh and Waw (page 67)
  • 27. Verbs Final Yodh and Aleph (page 69)
  • 32. Monosyllabic Stems (page 78)
  • 34. Partially Monosyliabic Systems (page 81)
  • 35. Partially Monosyliabic Systems (Inflected Forms) (page 82)
  • 36. Verbal Suffixes (page 84)
  • 38. Verbal Suffixes in Ota (page 89)
  • Paradigm of Verb (OJ) (page 90)
  • Paradigm of Verbal Suffixes (OJ and PTM ) (page 92)
  • Old Testament Aramaic (page 94)
  • Ota Paradigm of Verb (page 96)
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