Targum

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Shnayim Mikra Ve-echad Targum
... Shnayim mikra ve-echad targum (Hebrew שנים מקרא ואחד תרגום), translated as "Twice Torah (text) and once Targum (translation)", is the Jewish practice of reading the weekly Torah ... a person should read it himself twice during that week, together with the (Aramaic Targum) translation and / or Rashi's commentary (Shulchan Aruch Orach Chayim 2851-6 ...
Shnayim Mikra Ve-echad Targum - Specialized Books
... Although one may read Shnayim mikra ve-echad targum from any text, special books have been published which print the Hebrew text twice consecutively followed by the Aramaic Targum so as to assure ... include Chumash Haavarat HaSidra and Chumash Shnayim Mikra Ve'Echad Targum (and with translation ) ... with a standard Chumash, the reader must remember to repeat the Hebrew text before going on to the Targum ...
Targum (Aramaic Dialects)
... Targum is used by the Jews of northern Iraq and Kurdistan to refer to a variety of Aramaic dialects spoken by them till recent times ... The word "targum" simply means "translation" in Hebrew, and the primary reference of the term is the Aramaic Bible translations of that name ... The Jewish use of "Targum" to mean the Aramaic language in general dates back to the early Middle Ages ...
The Daily Targum - Targum Timeline
... Aramaic language paraphrases of the Hebrew Scriptures, called Targums ... The word "Targum" means interpretation in Aramaic and is used as a slang word when referring to crib sheets, among various Aramaic terms that become part of the campus vernacular. 1867 The Targum first appears as a four-page publication, the forerunner of the Scarlet Letter Yearbook ...
Lawrence Kelemen
... He is an author of many books, most notably Permission to Believe (Targum Press, 1990), Permission to Receive (Targum Press, 1994),To Kindle A Soul (Leviathan Press/Targum ...