[b-hebrew] baccar l- "in distress"

Andrew.Wergeland at mf.no Andrew.Wergeland at mf.no
Mon Mar 10 08:04:25 EST 2003


Based on what I know about Hebrew, I'm inclined to side with BDB.  Still,
if we don't attribute the listing in HALOT to oversight, they must have had
some reasoning behind their evaluation.  And before I discard their
results, I want to know how they got to them.

Does anybody have an explanation as to how HALOT and Westminster came to
the conclusion that BCCR L- in Deut. 4:30; 2 Sam. 22:7; 2 Chr. 15:4; Ps.
18:7; 66:14; 106:44; 107:6, 13, 19, 28; Isa. 25:4; and Hos. 5:15 is a verb
and not a nomen?



At 07:02 10.03.03 EST, you wrote:
>In a message dated 3/10/2003 2:48:43 AM Eastern Standard Time,
>Andrew.Wergeland at mf.no writes:
> 
> > Perhaps BW has them tagged incorrectly.
> 
> AND HALOT?
> 
>
> 
>  It's correct there.
> 
> gfsomsel 
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