This is Torah Talk for the week of July 17th, 2016
This week, some biblical onomatopoeia (gee, it’s good to see ya).
This week’s handout: 40 Balak 5776
Tags: Jacob Milgrom, lap, lick, onomatopoeia, Oxford English Dictionary
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Fascinating history of the word ‘lick’. All the way from Sanscrit to the Middle East and Europe. Language surely illuminates the inter-connectivity of all humans.
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