Song of Solomon 1:4
Peter_Kirk at sil.org
Fri May 17 12:37:25 EDT 2002
I was confused here. But the note 1cp refers to the verb. The
contentious item is the preposition with personal suffix, B.FK:, which
the Westminster database parses as PpX2ms, i.e. preposition with 2nd
person masculine singular suffix. But surely the form is actually
ambiguous, in pause and out of context.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Maurice A. O'Sullivan [mailto:mauros at iol.ie]
> Sent: 17 May 2002 15:10
> To: Biblical Hebrew
> Cc: Biblical Hebrew
> Subject: Re: Song of Solomon 1:4
> At 01:45 17/05/02, Steve Fontenot wrote:
> >OT Parsing Guide by Beall, Banks, Smith (Moody Press) on "rejoice"
> >"1cp." I understand "m" to be masculine and "f" to be feminine, but
> >is "c"?
> c -= common
> So 1 cp = "we" or "us"
> Maurice A. O'Sullivan [ Bray, Ireland ]
> mauros at iol.ie
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