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An Arabic-English Lexicon

"Complete 8-Volume Lane's Arabic LexiconTyndale House is proud to announce the free online publication of an indexedversion of this complete lexicon, with easy-to-use features such as magnification,and tabbed page lookup, in co-operation with who provided the scans.The Memoirs of Lane in the lexicon are fascinating, even if you aren't interested in Arabic.During his voyage to Alexandria as a teenager to learn Arabic, they hit a ferocious storm,and the useless crew didn't know how to navigate. "The captain entreated Lane to take thehelm. Fortunately navigation had formed part of his mathematical studies, but he was littlemore than a boy .... and he had to be lashed to the wheel or he would be washed overboard."2LetterLookup with ArabicClick on the first two letters of a root to find all possible words in the Qur'anA quick lookup dictionary with links to full text lexicons.Also works for Greek, Hebrew, Aramaic, Latin, Syriac, Coptic, AkkadianLearn Arabic -links to introductions, grammars, and Arabic conjugator etc."

Author(s):  Lane, Edward William, 1801-1876
Format:  Book
Publisher:  StudyQuran
Publication City:  London