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Lexicon: Biblical Hebrew

(2,813 words)

Author(s): Kogan, Leonid
1. Diachronic Stratification of the Inherited Vocabulary Biblical Hebrew (BH) vocabulary (ca. 8000 lexemes, Anderson and Forbes 1989) is diachronically conservative: most of the basic lexical stock is directly traceable to Proto-Semitic (PS); much of the cultural vocabulary is produced from inherited roots; loanwords are comparatively few and usually not deeply rooted. Many of the key items of the PS basic vocabulary are preserved intact in BH: דָּם då̄m ‘blood’ < *dam-, עֶצֶם ʿεṣεm ‘bone’ < *ʿaṯ̣m-, אֹזֶן ʾōzεn ‘ear’ < *ʾuḏn-, עַיִן ʿayin ‘eye’ < *ʿayn-, כֶּלֶב kεlεḇ ‘dog’ < *kalb-, שׁוּעָ…

Tigrinya, Hebrew Loanwords in

(516 words)

Author(s): Kogan, Leonid
A systematic perusal of T. L. Kane’s Tigrinya-English Dictionary reveals ca. twenty-five words going back to Hebrew prototypes. None of them has entered Tigrinya directly, but rather through a Geʿez (in a few cases, perhaps Arabic) intermediary. The Geʿez lexemes were, in turn, also borrowed indirectly, in most cases, via Aramaic, Greek, or Arabic. In the list below, references are given to W. Leslau’s Comparative Dictionary of Geʿez (CDG) and T. Nöldeke’s classic study of 1910, where commonly accepted views on the borrowing history of the pertinent lexemes are summarized. Almost all…

Diakonoff, Igor

(916 words)

Author(s): Kogan, Leonid | Koslova, Natalia
Russian Ancient Near Eastern scholar and Assyriologist. Born 12. 1. 1915 (14. 12. 1914 in the old calendar) as Igor Mikhailovich D. in Petrograd (St. Petersburg), died St. Petersburg 2. 5. 1999. 1932–1938 read Ancient Near Eastern and Semitic studies at Leningrad (St. Petersburg), 1938–1941 employed at the Ancient Near East Dept. of the Hermitage. 1941–1945 military interpreter, 1946 doctorate, 1946–1950 prof. of Ancient Near Eastern philology and history at the State Univ. of Leningrad, 1950–19…

Diakonoff, Igor

(840 words)

Author(s): Kogan, Leonid | Koslova, Natalia
Russ. Altorientalist und Assyriologe. Geb. am 12. 1. 1915 (14. 12. 1914 alten Stils) als Igor Michailovich D. in Petrograd (St. Petersburg), gest. am 2. 5. 1999 in St. Petersburg. 1932–1938 Studium der Altorientalistik und Semitistik in Leningrad (St. Petersburg), 1938–1941 Mitarbeiter der Altoriental. Abteilung der Eremitage. 1941–1945 Militärdolmetscher, 1946 Prom., 1946–1950 Prof. für Altoriental. Philologie und Geschichte an der Staatlichen Univ. zu Leningrad, 1950–1959 Kustos der Keilschrif…