Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew-English Lexicon is devowelled. To devowel is to remove the vowels from the spelling of the word. The purpose is perform research and theory testing on the meanings and the origins of the Paleo-Hebrew vocabulary. The result is a restructured Lexicon. Biblical Hebrew is incomplete, but is here shown what is known. Each word is also transliterated into Paleo-Hebrew for ease in performing research testing. There are 22 volumes to correspond to the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet.
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About the Author
Travis is an Abecedarian, one who studies the alphabet, Lexicographer, one who writes dictionaries, and Translator (taking a written foreign language and turning it into English) of ancient languages. He is a graduate of the University of Lethbridge, in Alberta, Canada. He majored in Biblical Studies, studying under Thomas Robinson, and Philosophy of Science, the field of scientific research theory. He minored in ancient languages, disciplining in Biblical Hebrew under W. E. Aufrecht, who studied under Professor Thomas O. Lambin of Harvard University; Greek under Thomas Robinson, and Latin. He also attended the University of Utah, disciplining in Egyptology under Ewa Wasilewska.