DECKINGEN, JUDAH BEN BENJAMIN (also known as Leva Rokhausen):
German lexicographer of the sixteenth century. He was the pupil of Isaac of Ahrweiler, and lived as tutor at Wendersheim (1555), Rüsselheim, and other places of southern Germany. In 1556 he compiled a Hebrew-German glossary of five quarto pages, prepared as an aid in the translation of German into Hebrew. This work has been published from a manuscript by N. Brüll.
- Brüll, Jahrb. iii. 89 et seq.