Yigal-Levin at utc.edu
Tue Nov 5 16:40:59 EST 2002
The usual "We" almost always becomes "U" before a Shewa, because of the
difficulty of pronouncing two consecutive Shewa's.
Look at 1 Sam. 13.1, "U$:tey".
At 03:19 PM 11/5/2002 -0500, Daladier Lima wrote:
>In Jonah 1:2 the conjunction is used for labials, UQeRA on the contrary of
>WeQeRA. Usually this format is used to Wav, Mem, Bet e Pei. Any
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