[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--New edition of Niborksi's *Verterbukh fun loshn-koydesh-shtamike verter in yidish*
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April 24, 2012
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Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2012 17:00:12 +0200
From: Gilles Rozier <gilles at yiddishweb.com>
Subject: New edition of Niborksi's *Verterbukh fun loshn-koydesh-shtamike
verter in yidish*
VERTERBUKH FUN LOSHN KOYDESH-SHTAMIKE VERTER IN YIDISH, fun Dr Yitskhok
Tayere Mendelyaner,Mir hobn dos groyse fargenign tsu meldn az di naye
oyflage funem Verterbukh fun loshn-koydesh-shtamike verter in yidish, fun
Dr Yitskhok Niborski, iz aroys. Dos verterbukh git
informatsyes nit nor vegn dem batayt fun di hebreizmen, nor oykh vegn vi
azoy me redt zey aroys. Di-o oyflage nemt arum
40 protsent mer verter vi di frierdike (aroys in 1997 un 1999), besakhakl
8900 verter un oysdrukn. Di definitsyes vos zenen shoyn geven in di
frierdike oyflages zenen baraykhert gevorn mit naye
literarishe tsitatn. Dos verterbukh iz durkhoys oyf yidish (dos aroysredn
shteyt in fonetishn yidish). Es hobn mitgeholfn inem
tsugreytn di naye oyflage Dr Natalia Krynicka, Prof. Simon Neuberg un
Eliezer Niborski. Dos verterbukh nemt arum 512 zaytn un kost 30 eyros.
Tsu bashteln : bikher at yiddishweb.com
We are happy to announce the publication of the new edition of the
Dictionary of Words of Hebrew and Aramaic Origin Used in Yiddish, by Dr.
This dictionary gives the user not only the meaning but also the
pronunciation of most of the words and expressions of Hebrew origin in use
in the Yiddish language. In comparison with the two previous
editions (1997 and 1999), this one contains 40% more entries, for a total
of 8900 words and expressions. The existing definitions
have also been expanded to include additional quotations from literature.
Like the previous editions, this work is entirely in Yiddish,
with the pronunciation given phonetically in Yiddish. Assisting Dr.
Niborski for the redaction of this volume were Dr. Natalia Krynicka, Prof.
Simon Neuberg and Eliezer Niborski. The books consists of 512
pages and costs 30 euros.
To order: bikher at yiddishweb.com
Maison de la culture yiddish-Bibliothque Medem
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Tel. : 01 47 00 14 00
Fax : 01 47 00 14 47
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