[B-Greek] Root of IEGLAAM

Barry nebarry at verizon.net
Mon Jul 12 20:06:17 EDT 2010


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From: "John Barach" <johnbarach at shaw.ca>
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Subject: [B-Greek] Root of IEGLAAM


> In First Chronicles 8:7 there is an interesting word IEGLAAM translated as 
> "removed"
> It is apparently Aorist active indicative 3rd person singular.
> What is the root verb of this word (i.e., dictionary form) ?
> One source spells it as IGLAAM.

Interesting indeed.  It's a transliteration of the Hebrew verb, HeGeLaM, a 
third person hifil with a masculine plural suffix.  The lexical form would 
GaLaH.

N.E. Barry Hofstetter
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