Georg Fohrer’s Hebrew and Aramaic Dictionary of the Old Testament fills a long-standing gap. Rather than replacing large reference works and technical apparatus, Fohrer has developed a convenient dictionary for everyday use, especially designed for quickly translating Old Testament texts. The dictionary contains the complete Hebrew and Aramaic vocabulary of the Old Testament, including names. Significant occurrences with special meanings link to Scripture references and Fohrer makes conjectures on meaning in clear cases.
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Georg Fohrer (1915–2002) was a German theologian and professor of Old Testament studies at the University of Vienna and the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. After his retirement, Fohrer converted to Judaism and moved to Jerusalem, where he died in 2002.