Nahum of Gimzo
- (fl. 1st-2nd cent)Palestinian tanna. His system of exegesis was based on the view that in the Torah the untranslated Hebrew particle 'et' signfies that the word it precedes should be given a wide rather than a narrow connotation. This method was developed by his pupil Akiva.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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