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by Edward A. Levenston,Reuven Sivan

eBook The New Bantam-Megiddo Hebrew  English Dictionary (English and Hebrew Edition) download ISBN: 0553263870
Author: Edward A. Levenston,Reuven Sivan
Publisher: Bantam (November 1, 1984)
Language: English Hebrew
Pages: 736
ePub: 1168 kb
Fb2: 1451 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Reference
Subcategory: Dictionaries and Thesauruses

The Bantam Meggido (Hebrew English) paperback dictionary is a practical and well suited dictionary for doing . I used this book when I was a beginner and I recently bought a new copy because the old one fell apart after a few years of carrying it around

The Bantam Meggido (Hebrew English) paperback dictionary is a practical and well suited dictionary for doing basic newspaper translation and has current terms and references. I used this book when I was a beginner and I recently bought a new copy because the old one fell apart after a few years of carrying it around. The book is a bit flimsy, made of newsprint so the pages can rip easily and the cover and spine start to weaken after a while. But I can't complain about that too much because the price is quite low. I never had any problems with the print quality.

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The New Bantam-Megiddo Hebrew and English Dictionary, Revised

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English-Hebrew and Hebrew-English Dictionary. This reference book of Hebrew verbs is a must have for any serious Hebrew student. By Dr. Sivan Reuven and Dr. Edward A. It contains fully conjugated verbs in all the tenses organized alphabetically with a cross reference in English. We use this book in the development of the podcast to ensure accuracy. This dictionary includes explanation of grammar and has many new words.

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Comments: (7)
Bladebringer
Excellent handy source.
Akelevar
this dictionary is excellent for quick references to words. I primarily use it when I am reading old testament biblical texts. It is easy for me to speedily find any word without the lengthy details of a lexicon. It is lightweight and portable. For most words, it only gives one definition, but it is outstanding for quick reference. I have never come across a word I was looking for and could not find it
Xaluenk
great
Hellmaster
The Bantam Meggido (Hebrew English) paperback dictionary is a practical and well suited dictionary for doing basic newspaper translation and has current terms and references.
Pad
was not what I expected
Varshav
I used this book when I was a beginner and I recently bought a new copy because the old one fell apart after a few years of carrying it around. The book is a bit flimsy, made of newsprint so the pages can rip easily and the cover and spine start to weaken after a while. But I can't complain about that too much because the price is quite low.

I never had any problems with the print quality. I just flipped through it now and I could see the difference between nun's and gimel's with no trouble.

Sometimes the word I try to look up isn't in the dictionary. That's frustrating, but pocket dictionaries are always limited in scope. Any serious student should have a heavy duty hardcover dictionary to refer to whenever the pocket dictionary fails.

A dictionary with example sentences is always much more useful than one without, and this dictionary doesn't have any. That is a shortcoming. A good one with example sentences is the Oxford English-Hebrew/Hebrew-English dictionary (available in both hardcover and paperback).

This one dictionary is probably not enough for studying Hebrew, but for a cheap pocket dictionary it does the trick. I always carried this cheap one around with me and left my hardcover treasures at home.
Marilbine
I am a native speaker in both Hebrew and English so my usage of the dictionary may be biased towards the less frequent words. That said, I cannot recall a single instance when I looked up a word in this dictionary and found a proper translation. In those few cases where a translation was available (and those were few indeed) it was terse and incoherent. This dictionary is completely useless to anyone beyond a total novice and even a beginner may want more comprehensive translations than what is begin offered.
There are much better dictionaries on the market and there is no reason to waste money on this one.
The Hebrew letters are very small, fuzzy, smudgy, and painful to read. The difference between a gimel and a nun can be impossible to see, chaf and bet confused, even heh and hhet are hard to pick apart. I need a huge magnifier and a good deal of luck to get a result. It's a shame because the dictionary contains a large number of words. Keep looking and skip this one. It will become plant food at my house once I find a replacement.