[b-hebrew] Noun in -WT
if at math.bu.edu
Thu Apr 21 10:20:32 EDT 2011
The attached personal pronouns (PP) are not (NOT!) the separate ones.
All we have to know about the attached PP is:
1. That they are PP.
2. What or who is referred.
He who knows Hebrew knows that the U in XAN-U is for the parkers.
He who knows Hebrew knows that XAN-U-T is a store and that XAN-IY-T
is a spear.
He who knows Hebrew knows that K-O-S is a cup, that K-IY-S is a
pocket, and that K-U-S is another cup-shaped thing (into colloquial
Hebrew from Arabic).
Isaac Fried, Boston University
On Apr 20, 2011, at 11:49 PM, Pere Porta wrote:
> if sound U refers to HW), he...... how do you explain, within your
> theory, that SGRW means -as you write yourself- "they locked"
> and not "he locked"?
> Same queston about XANU, they encamped: why not "he encamped"?
> Pere Porta
> (Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain)
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