Dunash ben Labrat

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Dunash Ben Labrat,  Labrat also spelled Librat, also called Al-abrad, or Adonina Ha-levi (born c. 920, Fès, Mor.?—died c. 990, Córdoba?), Hebrew poet and grammarian who was the first to use Arabic metres in his verse, thus inaugurating a new mode in Hebrew poetry. His strictures on the Hebrew lexicon of Menahem ben Saruq provoked a quarrel that helped initiate a golden age in Hebrew philology.

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