dwashbur at nyx.net
Thu Jul 10 15:46:25 EDT 2003
Since it's clear that you are not really paying attention to what others
(myself included) are saying in this thread, I will not reply any more.
On Thursday 10 July 2003 12:49, Walter R. Mattfeld wrote:
> Dave Washburn wrote:
> > (Walter asked:) If you DO ALLOW that "loanwords" could have been accepted
> into the Hebrew
> > language why the "fuss" ?
> "See Michael's post."
> But Dave,
> You have NOT answered my query, only "dodged" it, speak for yourself, and
> let Micael speak for himself.
> It would "appear" from Michael's reply that he DOES ALLOW Egyptian
> loanwords to be present in the Hebrew of the Bible (like Pharaoh, Goshen,
> Rameses, Potiphar, Asenath, etc.).
> In response to Micheal, I would say, if ALLOWANCE is made for Egyptian
> loanwords, by what criteria does one DISALLOW _"ANY"_ Akkadian loanwords ?
> Regards, Walter
> Walter Reinhold Warttig Mattfeld, M.A. Ed.
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