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Lot 412

Collection of [5] Books of Explanations and Translations of Words and Phrases. 1851-1910

* Niv Sifatayim, In Verter Buch [Hebrew-Yiddish and Yiddish-Hebrew dictionary and Yiddish-Hebrew conversation guide]. Lemberg, [1851]. Stains. One leaf is cut on its side. Two leaves are stuck together.

* Maarich, booklet explaining the meaning of a number of foreign and difficult words that were not sufficiently explained in the Sefer Ha'aruch or that were not explained at all, and words of the Zohar. By Rabbi Menachem Di Lonzano. Leipzig, 1853.

* Sefer HaTishbi by Rabbi Elya Bachur. With 712 (the numberic value of "Tishbi") roots of words mainly previously unclarified, and often used in the Talmud and midrash. Czernowitz, 1855.

* Sefer HaMiluim or Mashbir HaChadash, a collection of words from the writings of our rabbis that were not used in earlier works. With new explanations and many comments, by Yosef Schonhak. Warsaw, 1869. Bound with Sefer HaMashbir or Aruch HaChadash, section one, a collection of all words in the targums, Talmud Bavli and Yerushalmi, Midrashim, etc., with many comments by Yosef Schonhak. Warsaw, 1858.

* A Manual of the Aramaic Language of the Babylonian Talmud, Grammar Chrestomathy and Glossaries. By Max. L. Margolis, PhD. Munich 1910.

Overall fine condition.