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Wed Sep 9 15:13:23 EDT 1998
> >The root _ycq_ is alledged to be a third class first yod
> >Gesenius section 71). Usually, the yod of the third class first yod
> >assimilates in the prefixed forms like the nun of a first nun root.
> Jewish grammarians classify the peh-yud verbs into two classes; the ones
> that leave the yud "visible" which have a hiriq gadol for the prefix
> and the ones which have the yud "quiescent" or "invisible" which have a
> tzere for the prefix.
What do Jewish grammarians do with a root like _yc(_ [yod-tsadeh-ayin]
meaning in the Hiphil to make a bed? With this root, the yod assimilates.
It is therefore a third alternative to yod-visible and yod-quiescent,
right? The root you asked about _ycq_ seems to fall between the cracks.
B. M. Rocine
Living Word Church
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Syracuse, NY 13208
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