R: Re: R: Re: Jewish names
|Date:||Tuesday, August 1, 2000, 15:08|
BP Jonsson wrote:
> At 16:16 30.7.2000 +0200, Mangiat wrote:
> > > At 19:57 28.7.2000 -0400, Steg Belsky wrote:
> > >
> > > >"Moishe" is a distinctively Ashkenazic form.
> > >
> > > I wonder if it is, since it is Moisé in Italian. Last time this wasup
> > > said the Septuagint spelling is Mo:yse: (mu-omega-upsilon-sigma-eta)!
> >In Italian it is Mosè / Mosé.
> There is a church San Moisé/Moisè in Venice. Venecian dialect?
Probably. That dialect has a very long literal tradition, as well. The
commedies of the famous (at least here : ) Goldoni (XVI century) were
written in that dialect, and if you want to see one of them at the
theatre,well, you have to find a good simultaneous translator! BTW, the
Venecian dialect was proposed during the XIX century as IAL. Did you know