[b-hebrew] Mem in the Middle of the Word
kwrandolph at gmail.com
Thu Jan 8 08:42:44 EST 2009
I suspect that part of the problem I had with the electronic search is that
is sucked up many words that were not examples of what you were looking for:
e.g. -M- that were listed merely because they were a participle preceded by
a waw, and other similar examples. Almost none of the electronic searches
resulted in a -M- that is a prefix.
Of the few examples where -M- is a prefix, everyone seems to come from MN.
Karl W. Randolph.
On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 12:02 PM, Brak <Brak at neo.rr.com> wrote:
> 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 the
> 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.
> John Steven
> "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
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