Arabic-English Lexicon Derived From The Best And The Most Copious Eastern Sources ; Comprising A Very Large Collection of Words And Signification Omitted In The Kamoos, With Supplements To Its Abridged And Defective Explanations.(EIGHT VOLUMES).
reprint of the first edition of 1863-1893.
ARABIC- ENGLISH DICTIONARY, LEXICON, LINGUISTICS. EDWARD WILLIAM LANE, LEXICOGRAPHY
xxxiv 367 pp/ 369-837 pp/ 839-1280 pp/ 1280-1757 pp/ xxxix, 2219 pp/ 2221-2475 pp/ 2477-2749 pp/ 2477-2749 pp/ 2751-3064 pp; 3 columns per page, decorated spine, reprint of the first edition of 1863-1893. Set in MINT condition, new
Edward William Lane (1801 - 1876), Arabic scholar. Since 1822 he had evinced a marked passion of Eastern studies. He translated into English the One Thousand and One Nights, and the Qura’an. This work is the product of over thirty years of unrelenting labour. It is a work of such unique greatness that to this day it remains supreme in the field of Arabic lexicography. No scholar or group of scholars has produced anything to supplement it. Parcel is very very heavy and weighs more than 12 kgs.