Shaʻar ʾo Petach ʾel Leshon Hakodesh A gate or door to the holy tongue, opened in English. Containing. 1. The chief and necessary grounds of the Hebrew grammar. 2. A table for the Hebrew roots, in which all the roots of the Bible are set down; and a plain and ready way presently to find out the roots of all Hebrew words which are deficient in one or two of their radicall letters, is described. 3. A praxis to the grammar and the table, upon the prophecy by Obadiah; the Decalogue, and the twelfth chapter of Isaiah: wherein the Hebrew text it self, is first set down; and then every Hebrew word of those places of scripture is read in English letters, then expounded, and grammatically resolved in English; and all in so plain and easie a way, as may be made use of by any ordinary capacity of either sexe. /
|Main Author:||Robertson, William, d. 1686?|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
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