Origin of Targum
OTHER WORDS FROM TargumTar·gum·ic, adjectiveTar·gum·ist, noun
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How to use Targum in a sentence
Whilst at Saint Petersburg he published a book called Targum, consisting of metrical translations from thirty languages.George Borrow and His Circle|Clement King Shorter
A translation of the Bible had already been made in this language; it is called Targum.A Thousand Years of Jewish History|Maurice H. (Maurice Henry) Harris
The Samaritan Targum, of about the same date, clearly rests on the same tradition.
There is also a fragmentary Targum (Palestinian) the relation of which to the others is obscure.
His learning was shown by his publishing at St. Petersburg Targum, a work containing translations from 30 languages.A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature|John W. Cousin