Bara: unique?

Jason A. Hare language_lover64801 at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 26 14:11:26 EST 2002


L:HAB:RIY):AKEM [lehavri'achem] comes from a different root-meaning
altogether.  It is "to make fat," and only occurs in the hiphil (and only
here?).  B.FRF) does not have a hiphil form, does it?  I can see BFRF)
with a qal ("he created") and niphal ("he was created"), but a hiphil ("he
caused to create"), I'm not sure.  Does that occur anywhere?  It's not at
all the meaning in this verse (1 Sam. 2.29).

Regards,
Jason

> What do you think of 1 Sam 2.29 in this regard? (Sorry about that R")$iYT in
> there).
> 
> LfMfH TiB:(:a+W. B.:ZiB:XiY W.B:MiN:XfTiY ):a$eR CiW.iYTiY Mf(oWN WaT.:KaB."D
> )eT_BfNeYKf MiM.eNiY  ** L:HaB:RiY):aKeM **  M"R")$iYT K.fL_MiN:XaT Yi&Rf)"L
> L"(aM.iY
> 
> GfSomsel



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