TaL formative

Trevor & Julie Peterson 06peterson at cua.edu
Tue Mar 26 06:01:39 EST 2002

If you can get your hands on a copy of Jouon & Muraoka's Grammar, check
paragraph 88L, sections d-n. (Paragraph 88, on noun patterns, is the longest
in the two-volume grammar.) It has a lot more to say about form than about
semantics, but it's worth looking at. Chap. 5 of W-O'C does discuss noun
patterns, but you're right--it's not in much detail. When I worked on noun
patterns with O'Connor, he had us check W-O'C (briefly), GKC, J-M, and a
German grammar (Meyer, I think). The two most helpful were GKC and J-M.

Trevor Peterson

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jason A. Hare [mailto:language_lover64801 at yahoo.com]
> Sent: Mon, March 25, 2002 11:41 PM
> To: Biblical Hebrew
> Subject: MiQ:TaL formative
> Greetings list,
> I admittedly have not even been a lurker lately.  It has been ages since I
> have had the time to commit to B-Hebrew that I would like.  Honestly, I
> just started a new job today and yet don't have the time to contribute.
> The only reason I am sending this message now is to request information on
> a specific formative that has relevance to a study I'm doing.
> I don't want to reveal the exact nature of my study right now, but I'm
> looking for reverence information concerning the form MiQ:TaL (where the
> root would be Q-T-L).  I have found some basic information in Yerusalmi's
> "The Story of Joseph," but I don't even have that with me right now.  I am
> planning on making a trip to OCC's library in order to gain some
> resources.  Right now, my personal reference libarary is out of reach.  In
> it I have Waltke-O'Connor's _Intro. to Biblical Hebrew Syntax_.  I'm sure
> there is something referenced, though only in passing, within its pages.
> I will look into both of these when I have the leisure to go to OCC.
> Are there any other things that I should look for when there?  If you
> could check their availability at OCC's library before sending them to me,
> I would appreciate it.  http://library.occ.edu
> Some examples of words of this type (note: colon represents silent sheva):
> MiD:RaK
> MiZ:RaX
> Mi$:KaB
> MiG:DaL
> MiB:NeH (vocalic quality reduction is OK for my purposes)
> MiZ:B"aX
> Thanks for any help that you can give.  I appreciate it.  Please, send
> replies to me personally at parousia_occ at yahoo.com to make sure that I get
> them.
> Thanks and regards,
> Jason Hare
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