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    Nakdimon Shabbethay Doniach
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Nakdimon Shabbethay Doniach in England & Wales Deaths, GRO Indexes, 1969 - 2007 Nakdimon Shabbethay Doniach - Naky to friends and colleagues - was a notable Hebrew scholar and scion of the illustrious Don-Yahya f. .

Nakdimon Shabbethay Doniach in England & Wales Deaths, GRO Indexes, 1969 - 2007. Nakdimon Shabbethay Doniach. Collection: England & Wales Deaths, GRO Indexes, 1969 - 2007 Nakdimon Shabbethay Doniach - Naky to friends and colleagues - was a notable Hebrew scholar and scion of the illustrious Don-Yahya f.

The son of Aaron Selig Dionach, a Russian Zionist who had previously been imprisoned for attending the memorial service for Theodor Herzl, Nakdimon had his early education at Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School. He began studying Hebrew, Greek and Latin at King's College, London in 1923.

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The Oxford English–Hebrew Dictionary. In: International Journal o. 1999.

In World War II, he served in the Royal Air Force as a member of the intelligence unit at Bletchley Park, rising to the rank of Squadron Leader Works by Doniach. Concise Oxford English-Arabic Dictionary of Current Usage (1992) ISBN 978-0-8288-8436-5. The Oxford English-Arabic Dictionary of Current Usage (1972) ISBN 978-0-19-864312-8.

In World War II, he served in the Royal Air Force as a member of the intelligence unit at Bletchley Park, rising to the rank of Squadron Leader.

Nakdimon Shabbethay Doniach, Judaic and Semitic scholar .

Nakdimon Shabbethay Doniach, Judaic and Semitic scholar, lexicographer, linguist, civil servant: born London 8 May 1907; OBE 1967; married 1932 Thea Pilichowski (died 1986; two daughters); died Oxford 16 April 1994. Nakdimon Doniach was born in London in 1907, the son of two Russian Jews who had sought refuge in Britain. I shall remember him like this: walking down St Giles, a book under his arm, already an old man, his head on one side, his eyes bright, full of extraordinary happiness. Talking of his beloved Hebrew Dictionary he said: 'Guess what] We've finished F]'. (Photograph omitted).

The son of Aaron Selig Dionach, a Russian Zionist who had previously been imprisoned for attending the memorial service for Theodor Herzl, Nakdimon had his early education at Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School.

In World War II, he served in the Royal Air Force as a member of the intelligence unit at Bletchley Park, rising to the rank of Squadron Leader. Doniach - may refer to: Deborah Doniach (1912–2004), a clinical immunologist and pioneer in the field of autoimmune diseases Israel Doniach . Doniach, Nakdimon - (b. 1907) British lexicog rapher.