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Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary by Conceptual Categories provides an innovative study reference for both introductory and advanced students of the Hebrew language. Learn to understand and remember vocabulary based on logical categories and related words. Our minds acquire and recall language through associations made between related words. Therefore, it is only natural that we should study language in this same fashion. By organizing Hebrew vocabulary into logical categories, instead of frequency, students can quickly familiarize themselves with whole groups of terms. Through this process they will also be able to make sense of the range of meaning of particular Hebrew words.
This resource focuses on nouns used in the Old Testament and features over 175 word grouping categories including pottery, ships, birds, jewelry, seasons, and many more. Each term includes a definition and a reference in the Hebrew Bible so readers can see it in context. Many words even offer additional study through more lexical references. Indicators are given for words that appear less frequently. Words that hapax legomena (words appearing only once in the Hebrew Bible) are marked with an "H" and words that are rare and appear less than 10 times are marked with an "R." Two appendices are given for further study:
- A guide for further reading with recommendations given for helpful resources for studying larger categories
- Lists of cluster verses incorporating several words of a given category
Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary by Conceptual Categories is designed to move students beyond dry memorization to a more dynamic grasp of Hebrew vocabulary, ultimately training them to read with more fluidity and with a deeper and more thorough grasp of the greater biblical context.