Hirsch (or Hirz), a name common to many Jewish writers, of whom we mention the following:
1. BEN-JONATHAN ha-Levi. who flourished in the 18th century, is the author of נתיב הישר, a commentary on the Pentateuch, allegorical and homiletical (Dyhernfurt, 1712): — שביל הישר glosseson Talmudic treatises (1718).
2. BEN-NISSAN, who flourished in the 18th century, wrote תפארת צבי, novellas on the Pentateuch (Amsterdam, 1755).
3. SAMUEL bein-Samuel, wrote a cabalistical commentary on the Pentateuch, entitled, מרגליות התורה. (1788). See Furst, Bibl. Jud. 1:395 sq. (B.P.)