Etymological Dictionary

Qualls, Nina X2QUALLS at
Fri Aug 20 11:55:25 EDT 1999

I would be, Imitation of Christ.
I guess I should say by Thomas A Kemper.
Shows my devotional side.


	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Jim West [SMTP:jwest at Highland.Net]
	Sent:	Friday, August 20, 1999 10:18 AM
	To:	Biblical Hebrew
	Cc:	b-hebrew at
	Subject:	Re: Etymological Dictionary

	At 10:48 PM 8/19/99 +0000, you wrote:
	>I have a chance to be Ernest Klein's _A Comprehensive Etymological 
	>Dictionary of the Hebrew Language for Readers of English_.

	A chance to BE!!!  WOW!!!  If I had the chance to be a book I think
I would
	be Friedrich Schleiermacher's "The Christian Faith".  ;-)

	Just kidding.

	>This is a used copy, what would be a fair price for this book? Is
it a book 
	>worth adding to my collection or is there something else similar
that is 

	How much do they want for it?  Beware of etymological dictionaries-
they can
	be a bit misleading simply because the root meaning of a word is not
	necessarily the way a word is used in a text.  Meaning is assigned
	context, not etymology.



	Jim West, ThD
	email- jwest at
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