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The 1901 Jewish Encyclopedia
Lwow, Aaron Moses ben Ẓebi Hirsch
Grammarian, scribe, and dayyan of Lemberg in the eighteenth century. He wrote: "Shirah Ḥadashah" (Zolkiev, 1764), a Hebrew grammar in verse, divided into six poems with explanations in prose, composed after the model of Elijah Levita's "Pereḳ Shirah"; "Ohel Mosheh" (ib. 1765), a complete Hebrew grammar in four parts, following Ḳimḥi's "Sefer ha-Zikkaron" and criticizing Zalman Hanau (RaZaH); also "Halakah le-Mosheh," novellæ on the Talmud and decisions; and "Ohel Mo'ed," a treatise on the Hebrew language, both of which works are still unpublished.
- Fürst, Bibl. Jud. 2:284;
- Buber, Anshe, Shem, p. 26.
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