Lexikon Zum Religiosen Wortschatz Und Brauchtum Der Deutschen Juden (German Edition)

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Glaubige Juden verfugen uber einen grossen Bestand an Wortern und Wendungen aus dem religiosen Bereich. Er ist uber die taglichen Gebete, den Sabbat- und Feiertagsgottesdienst, aber auch uber das Talmudstudium vermittelt und kann zum Teil auch jenseits dieser ersten Gebrauchssphare verwendet werden. Grosstenteils ist er demzufolge hebraisch oder aramaisch - bei den deutschen Juden hebraisch oder aramaisch in aschkenasischer Aussprache. - In dem vorliegenden Lexikon hat Werner Weinberg eine Gesamtaufnahme dieses Wortschatzes eines durchschnittlich Gebildeten vorgelegt. Es handelt sich um einen ersten und wohl auch letzten Versuch, den Wortschatz der deutschen Juden im religiosen Bereich und seine Verwendungsweise zu dokumentieren, wie er in der ersten Halfte des 20. Jahrhunderts unter Juden allgemein verwendet, von der nichtjudischen Umgebung aber kaum wahrgenommen wurde.

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