[b-hebrew] 22nd Psalm & 40th Psalm
leviny1 at mail.biu.ac.il
Sun Nov 30 03:33:10 EST 2003
Not just modern. The root is NKR, usually in pi'el, nikkar. In the hiph'il
the nun is dropped; in Ps. 142:5 (v. 4 in English), "ve)eyn-liy makkir" -
"there was no-one who knows me". Look also at Gen. 27:23, Deut. 33:9, Judges
18:3 and so on.
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From: "Jason Hare" <jason at hareplay.com>
To: "B-Hebrew" <b-hebrew at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Saturday, November 29, 2003 11:52 PM
Subject: Re: [b-hebrew] 22nd Psalm & 40th Psalm
> > In 2 Kings 12:6 "makaro" means
> > just what the KJV translates - "his acquaintance" - a totally different
> > verb.
> > Yigal
> Is this where we get the Modern Ivrit word "makir"?
> Ani lo makkir oto.
> )NY L) *MaK.iYR* )WTW.
> I do not know (am not acquainted with) him.
> This is hiphil of the root NKR. Is that what we're referring to in 2 Kings
> 12.6 with MKRW [makkaro]?
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