Dounash (ou Adonim) HaLevi ben (ou ibn) Labraṭ (hébreu: דוּנָש הלוי בֵּן לָבְרָט; arabe: دناش بن لبراط), est un important poète et grammairien hébraïque du Xe siècle (Fès, Maroc, 920 - Cordoue ?, Espagne, 990 EC).

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  • Dounash (ou Adonim) HaLevi ben (ou ibn) Labraṭ (hébreu: דוּנָש הלוי בֵּן לָבְרָט; arabe: دناش بن لبراط), est un important poète et grammairien hébraïque du Xe siècle (Fès, Maroc, 920 - Cordoue ?, Espagne, 990 EC). Il est le premier à utiliser la métrique arabe dans sa versification, inaugurant un nouveau style poétique en hébreu, et sa polémique avec Menahem ben Sarouḳ a fortement contribué à l'âge d'or de la culture juive en Espagne.
  • Dunasch ben Labrat (hebr. דוּנָש בֵּן לָבְרָט) bzw. mit seinem hebräischen Namen Adonim ha-Levi (אדונים הלוי) (* 920 in Fès; † 990 in Córdoba) war ein jüdischer Kommentator, Dichter und Grammatiker in Spanien.
  • Dunash ben Labrat, דוֹנָש בֵּן לָבְרָט en hebreo y دناش بن لبراطen árabe (posiblemente en Fez (actual Marruecos, c. 920-990) fue un poeta, escoliasta y gramático judío de Al-Ándalus. Destacó sobre todo en el cultivo del piyyut, composición de carácter litúrgico, aunque fue también autor de obras de poesía secular.Discípulo del gaón Seadya, fue rabino, posiblemente en Córdoba, durante el califato. Estuvo bajo la protección del poderoso dignatario judío de la corte omeya Hasdai ibn Shaprut, de quien fue secretario.
  • Dunash ben Labrat (Fez, Marrocos, 920 — 990) (hebreu: דוֹנָש בֵּן לָבְרָט; árabe: دناش بن لبراط) foi um rabino judeu, poeta, comentador e gramático da idade média, no Al-Andalus.
  • Dunash ha-Levi ben Labrat (920-990) (Hebrew: דוֹנָש הלוי בֵּן לָבְרָט‎; Arabic: دناش بن لبراط‎) was a medieval Jewish commentator, poet, and grammarian of the Golden age of Jewish culture in Spain. He was, according to Moses ibn Ezra, born in Fes. The name Dunash being of Berber origin. In his youth he travelled to Baghdad to study with Saadia Gaon.Dunash is called the founder of Spanish Hebrew poetry. He first introduced Arabic meter into Hebrew poetry. Traditional Arabic poetry was built on interspersing long and short vowels. In contrast, Hebrew distinguishes between the quality of the vowels, rather than their length. Dunash's innovation came in drawing a parallel between the šəwâ (ə) and ḥāṭēp̄ (ĕ/ă/ŏ) and the Arabic short vowels (i/a/u), so as to create a new Hebrew meter. This meter formed the basis for all subsequent medieval Hebrew poetry. At the time, however, it opened him up to severe criticism, particularly among the students of Menahem ben Saruq, that he was corrupting the Hebrew language by introducing Arabic forms, and changing traditional Biblical styles to conform to Arabic meter and rhyming schemes. For instance, in his classic poem "Dror Yikra," he begins the second line: Ne'im shim'chem ("pleasant [is] your name"), with a modifying form of the adjective "pleasant," where properly it should be na'im.In the field of grammar, Dunash's major work was a book attacking Menahem ben Saruq and his Mahberet ("Notebook") for violating religious standards and opposing the teachings of the sages. He dedicated his work to the leader of the Jews of Spain at the time, Hasdai ibn Shaprut. In his book, he was the first Hebrew grammarian to distinguish between transitive and intransitive verbs, the first to list verbs by their three-letter roots in the Paal construction, and the first to distinguish between "light" and "heavy" roots. He also condemned Menahem ben Saruq for failing to see the relationship between Hebrew and Arabic. Dunash also wrote a book containing two hundred reservations about the teachings of his old mentor, Saadia Gaon. The students of Menahem ben Saruq responded with a scathing attack on Dunash, condemning him for using Arabic meter and grammar in studying the Hebrew language, as well as on issues of Jewish philosophy about which they were at odds. Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra also wrote a response to Dunash, in defense of Saadia Gaon. These challenges were met by Yehudi ben Sheshet, one of Dunash's students, who wrote a work in defense of his master that strongly opposed all of his detractors. The debates between Dunash and others were finally decided in the centuries after his death by Rabbeinu Tam, a grandson of Rashi, who attempted to judge between the two schools of thought, and by Rabbi Joseph Kimhi, father of the noted grammarian Rabbi David Kimhi (RaDaK), who supported Dunash's positions. Nevertheless, many of the issues raised by Dunash have yet to be resolved today. Dunash is remembered as a poet and a grammarian who uncovered many of the major problems of Hebrew grammar.
  • Dunaix ben Labrat o Dunaix ben Labrat ha-Leví (en hebreu דונש בן לברט הלוי Dunash ben Labrat ha-Levi, en àrab دناش بن لبراط Dunaš ben Labraṭ) (Bagdad, ca. 925-Còrdova, ca. 990). Gramàtic i poeta jueu andalusí.
  • Dunash ha-Levi ben Labrat (920-990) (Bahasa Ibrani: דוֹנָש הלוי בֵּן לָבְרָט; Bahasa Arab: دناش بن لبراط) adalah komentator, penyair dan penata bahasa Yahudi abad pertangahan selama zaman keemasan kebudayaan Yahudi di Spanyol dan murid Rabbi Saadia Gaon. Ia lahir di kota Fes, Maroko. Al-Andalus menjadi pusat pemikirannya. Dunash ben Labrat memberikan sumbangan bagi perkembangan filosofi Yahudi.
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  • Dounash (ou Adonim) HaLevi ben (ou ibn) Labraṭ (hébreu: דוּנָש הלוי בֵּן לָבְרָט; arabe: دناش بن لبراط), est un important poète et grammairien hébraïque du Xe siècle (Fès, Maroc, 920 - Cordoue ?, Espagne, 990 EC).
  • Dunasch ben Labrat (hebr. דוּנָש בֵּן לָבְרָט) bzw. mit seinem hebräischen Namen Adonim ha-Levi (אדונים הלוי) (* 920 in Fès; † 990 in Córdoba) war ein jüdischer Kommentator, Dichter und Grammatiker in Spanien.
  • Dunash ben Labrat (Fez, Marrocos, 920 — 990) (hebreu: דוֹנָש בֵּן לָבְרָט; árabe: دناش بن لبراط) foi um rabino judeu, poeta, comentador e gramático da idade média, no Al-Andalus.
  • Dunaix ben Labrat o Dunaix ben Labrat ha-Leví (en hebreu דונש בן לברט הלוי Dunash ben Labrat ha-Levi, en àrab دناش بن لبراط Dunaš ben Labraṭ) (Bagdad, ca. 925-Còrdova, ca. 990). Gramàtic i poeta jueu andalusí.
  • Dunash ha-Levi ben Labrat (920-990) (Bahasa Ibrani: דוֹנָש הלוי בֵּן לָבְרָט; Bahasa Arab: دناش بن لبراط) adalah komentator, penyair dan penata bahasa Yahudi abad pertangahan selama zaman keemasan kebudayaan Yahudi di Spanyol dan murid Rabbi Saadia Gaon. Ia lahir di kota Fes, Maroko. Al-Andalus menjadi pusat pemikirannya. Dunash ben Labrat memberikan sumbangan bagi perkembangan filosofi Yahudi.
  • Dunash ha-Levi ben Labrat (920-990) (Hebrew: דוֹנָש הלוי בֵּן לָבְרָט‎; Arabic: دناش بن لبراط‎) was a medieval Jewish commentator, poet, and grammarian of the Golden age of Jewish culture in Spain. He was, according to Moses ibn Ezra, born in Fes. The name Dunash being of Berber origin. In his youth he travelled to Baghdad to study with Saadia Gaon.Dunash is called the founder of Spanish Hebrew poetry. He first introduced Arabic meter into Hebrew poetry.
  • Dunash ben Labrat, דוֹנָש בֵּן לָבְרָט en hebreo y دناش بن لبراطen árabe (posiblemente en Fez (actual Marruecos, c. 920-990) fue un poeta, escoliasta y gramático judío de Al-Ándalus. Destacó sobre todo en el cultivo del piyyut, composición de carácter litúrgico, aunque fue también autor de obras de poesía secular.Discípulo del gaón Seadya, fue rabino, posiblemente en Córdoba, durante el califato.
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