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Handbook of Ashkenazic given names and their variants

Alexander Beider

Handbook of Ashkenazic given names and their variants

by Alexander Beider

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Published by Avotaynu in Bergenfield, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Names, Personal -- Jewish -- Dictionaries,
  • Names, Personal -- Yiddish -- Dictionaries,
  • Yiddish language -- Etymology -- Names

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Alexander Beider.
    GenreDictionaries
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS3010 .B182 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination235 p. ;
    Number of Pages235
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24115936M
    ISBN 109781886223431
    LC Control Number2009027113
    OCLC/WorldCa424332605

      According to Alexander Beider in his Handbook of Ashkenazic Given Names and Their Variants, the name evolved this way: From Shulamis to Shule to Shulke to Sulke to Silke. (Shulamis, as you may recall, is from the Biblical book Song of Songs.).   Tracing the Tribe: The Jewish Genealogy blog Avotaynu has announced the publication of Alexander Beider's "Handbook of Ashkenazic Given Names and Their Variants." This softcover book is the dictionary section of his previously published and Continue.

    Beider, A. Handbook of Ashkenazic Given Names and Their Variants. Bergenfield, NJ: Avotaynu. Metrical records book for Jews born in Odessa in Man Record #: and excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Luanne Castle and Entering the Pale, with appropriate and specific direction to. A Dictionary of Ashkenazic Given Names: Their Origins, Structure, Pronunciation and Migrations. (Avotaynu, ). pages. ($85). ISBN {The most comprehensive scholarly guide to Central and Eastern European Jewish given names. A page thesis on their origins, etymology, structure, pronunciation,File Size: KB.

    Avotanynu, The International Review of Jewish Genealogy: "Report on Jerusalem Seminar", et al., Volume X, Number 2, Summer by Dr. Sallyann Amdur Sack, Ph.D. (Editor); Irene Saunders Goldstein, Barbara Lightbody and Ruth Mokotoff (Associate Editors); Alexander Beider, Hanna Volovici, Jonathan Goldstein, et al. (Contributing Editors) and a great selection of related books, art and. It is the root of many Ashkenazic last names including Liebowitz, Lefkowitz, Lebush and Leon. It is the Yiddish translation of the Hebrew work for lion—aryeh. The lion was the symbol of the.


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This page book identifies more t given names derived from just root names. Each root name includes a detailed description of the origin (etymology) of the name, a list of the variant and derivative names displayed in a scheme that reveals how the variants evolved, and references to the more t variations of the root 5/5(1).

ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: English. Description: pages ; 28 cm: Contents: How to use this dictionary --Ashkenazic male names and their derivations --Ashkenazic female names and their derivations --Index of English equivalents --Index of name variants and derived forms --Index of names present in Titles.

Handbook of Ashkenazic Given Names and Their Variants. Alexander Beider. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Handbook of Ashkenazic Given Names and Their Variants: Author: Alexander Beider: Publisher: Avotaynu, ISBN:   Book: An Ashkenazi given name handbook Avotaynu has announced the publication of Alexander Beider's "Handbook of Ashkenazic Given Names and Their Variants." This softcover book is the dictionary section of his previously published and massive volume, "Dictionary of.

Handbook of Ashkenazic Given Names and Their Variants by Alexander Bei given names, their root name, derivation of root name, and how given name derived from root name. Shows origin and evolution of root masculine and feminine Ashkenazic given names and a tree-like structure of name variants which shows how they were.

A subset of Dr. Beider's A Dictionary of Ashkenazic Given Names: Their Origins, Structure, Pronunciation and Migrations, this book provides the description of the origin and evolution of root masculine and feminine Ashkenazic given names and a tree-like structure of all the name variants which shows how they were derived from the root name.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Dictionary of Ashkenazic given names: Their Origins, Structure, Pronunciations, and Migrations by Alexander Beider; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Dictionaries, Personal Names, Yiddish language, Etymology, Yiddish.

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(alk. paper), Toronto Public Library. Alexander Beider is the author of reference books in the field of Jewish onomastics and the linguistic history of Yiddish.

Biography. Alexander Beider was born in Moscow in In he graduated from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and in he received a PhD in Applied Mathematics from the same institution. Sincehe lives with his family in Paris, ity control: BNF: cbr (data), ISNI:. FEATURED BOOK A Dictionary of Ashkenazic Given Names: Their Origins, Structure, Pronunciation, and Migrations by Alexander Beider ISBN (hardcover) pages, including maps and charts, " x 11" size published August by Avotaynu, Inc.

This page book identifies more t given names derived from just root names. Each root name includes a detailed description of the origin (etymology) of the name, a list of the variant and derivative names displayed in a scheme that reveals how the variants evolved, and The most comprehensive compilation and analysis of /5.

Handbook of Ashkenazic given names and their variants Author: Beider, Alexander. Published: () Jewish personal names: their origin, derivation, and diminutive forms. A small amendment: having made the point that not all ashkenazi surnames derive from german/slavic (I am an example of that) - deriving, instead, from Hebrew or Aramaic (not considering ashkenazi jews who hebrecized their names, talking about those who had hebrew-derived names when still living in ashkenazic territory) - there are, therefore.

Russian-Jewish Given Names. (Teaneck, NJ: Avotaynu, Inc., ). pages. ISBN {A translation of Iser Kulisher's work on Jewish given names used in Czarist Russia. Lists over 6, names, with variants and combinations}. Gorr, Shmuel. Jewish Personal Names: Their Origin, Derivation, and Diminutive Forms.

Edited by Chaim. This page book identifies more t given names derived from just root names. Each root name includes a detailed description of the origin (etymology) of the name, a list of the variant and derivative names displayed in a scheme that reveals how the variants evolved, and references to the more t variations of the root.

Author of Dictionary of Ashkenazic given names, A dictionary of Jewish surnames from the Russian Empire, A dictionary of Jewish surnames from Galicia, Jewish surnames in Prague, A Dictionary of Jewish Surnames from the Kingdom of Poland, Handbook of Ashkenazic given names and their variants, Origins of Yiddish Dialects.

Teaneck, N.J.: Avotaynu, Comparable to above-named book except coverage is for the area that was the Kingdom of Poland. A Dictionary of Ashkenazic Given Names: Their Origins, Structure, Pronunciations and Migrations.

Bergenfield, N.J.: Avotaynu, A comprehensive analysis of fifteen thousand Jewish given names from central and. Beider, A.

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