Re: Help with Hebrew Accronym (?) #general


MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 7/24/2005 10:54:14 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
m&mschejtman@socialjustice.org.il writes:

< I have a tombstone >from 1865 which has a strange acronym on it. It
appears to be the deceased's father's name.
The stone reads:

< Morenu Harav Elijahu B R N H (Bet Reish Nun Heh) zecher tzadik livracha
Died On the eve of the 7th day of pesach ....

< Usually, right after the person's name, would come his father's. That is
why I think the acronym is the father's name.
The Bet and Heh could stand for Ben reb, but the rest? >

I guess it couldn't be connected to R. Elijah b. Hayyim of Constantinople
(1530-1610), author of Teshuvot ha-Ranach, who was known as Maharanach.


Michael Bernet, New York

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