Polish philologist; born at Lublin 1818; died at Paris 1861. He was one of the leading Talmudic scholars of his time, as well as a master of Oriental and modern languages. His numerous works all remain in manuscript, with the exception of one containing researches in the field of Hebrew philology, published under the title "Ḥeker Millim u-Sefat Ḳodesh," Paris, 1868.
- Ha-Karmel, Russian Supplement, 1861, No. 6;
- Zeitlin, Bibl. Post-Mendels. s.v.