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Compiled with the student in mind, Costaz’s Syriac-French-English-Arabic dictionary provides for each Syriac gloss its meaning in French, English, and Arabic. Under each root lemma, all derivatives of the root are given with their morphological data. The entries are typeset so that the French, English or Arabic definitions are easily found. The dictionary also contains a mini dictionary of proper names..
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 2-7214-2235-9
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Jun 5,2002
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 7 x 10
Page Count: 0
ISBN: 2-7214-2235-9
$85.00
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Compiled with the student in mind, Costaz’s Syriac-French-English-Arabic dictionary provides for each Syriac gloss its meaning in French, English, and Arabic. Under each root lemma, all derivatives of the root are given with their morphological data. The entries are typeset so that the French, English or Arabic definitions are easily found. The dictionary also contains a mini dictionary of proper names.

Compiled with the student in mind, Costaz’s Syriac-French-English-Arabic dictionary provides for each Syriac gloss its meaning in French, English, and Arabic. Under each root lemma, all derivatives of the root are given with their morphological data. The entries are typeset so that the French, English or Arabic definitions are easily found. The dictionary also contains a mini dictionary of proper names.

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Louis Costaz

  • Preface (French, English, Arabic)
  • Abbreviations
  • Alphabet Table
  • Dictionary
  • Proper Name Dictionary
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