[b-hebrew] Mem in the Middle of the Word
Brak at neo.rr.com
Wed Jan 7 15:02:56 EST 2009
Can you tell me what part(s) you disagreed with (or misunderstood)?
One of the reasons I ask is because I just has the computer calculate
Another reason is that by looking at your last message I would assume we
are in agreement - as to me the <M> being from <MIN> makes more sense
than it coming from <MFH>.
So please explain.
"He who makes a mistake is still our friend; he who adds to or shortens
a melody is still our friend; but he who violates a rhythm unawares can
no longer be our friend."
-Ishaq Ibn Ibrahim 767-850 CE.
"If you don't behave as you believe, you will end by believing as you
-Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
"The difference between the intelligent man and the simpleton is not the
correctness of their decisions, but rather the cunning sinner can more
skillfully defend and justify his iniquity."
- Rabbi Tovia Singer
K Randolph wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 8:22 PM, Brak <Brak at neo.rr.com> wrote:
>> I did an analysis of the WLC text, and came up with the following stats:
>> So I ask my question again, why do some people have these two as an affixed
>> John Steven
> Thanks for the analysis. I found I disagreed with most of it (or else
> misunderstood it).
> The 1 Chronicles 15:13 verse appears to be a contraction of MN.
> 2 Chronicles 30:3 the contraction of MN makes the most sense, though
> I think it has something to do with the vocalization preserved by the
> Masoretes, and I'm not going to argue where theirs came from.
> Karl W. Randolph.
> b-hebrew mailing list
> b-hebrew at lists.ibiblio.org
More information about the b-hebrew