[b-hebrew] root or suffix?
pporta7 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 14 00:37:47 EST 2011
> In Ps. 6:9 I find BIKYIY, 'my crying, my BKIY'. In Lev. 19:25 I find PIRYO,
> his fruit, his PRIY', and in Lev. 25:19 I find PIRYAH, 'her fruit'.
> In Lam. 1:2 I find LEXYAH, 'her cheek, her LEXIY'.
But in Ex 21:10 I find $:)"RFH, 'her flesh'; in Js 11:13 I find L:BADFH,
'she alone'; and in Est 1:22 I find KI/K:TFBFH, '(like) her writing'.
The basic of these three have shewa in the first letter, as in K:LIY,
(Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain)
> On Jan 12, 2011, at 11:37 PM, Pere Porta wrote:
> I think we should write after K (under K in the Hebrew) a shewa and not
> vowel I (hireq).
> Namely K:LIYFH.
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