yitzhaksapir at gmail.com
Tue Mar 14 13:12:48 EST 2006
On 3/14/06, Rolf Furuli wrote:
> Dear Yitzhak,
> In the text of the Hexapla that is known to us we find at least 10
> WAYYIQTOLs and 8 WEYIQTOLs. They all have the prefix OU- where
> the Masoretes have WE- and WA-. Would Yuditsky and yourself argue
> that the OU-prefix represents the same original vowel, that is, there were
> no difference between WAYYIQTOL and WEYIQTOL in Origen's Vorlage?
> Or could the OU- represent two different original vowels? And in that
> case, which vowels?
I have no idea what Yuditsky argues yet beyond the quotes in the blog. I
thought those two references were interesting to point out to the list. The
Karaite Arabic reference I looked up, but only a quick look through.
I intend to look both up as time allows.
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