[b-hebrew] )XT, rare use

Karl Randolph kwrandolph at email.com
Fri Oct 31 16:07:16 EST 2003

Richard Bacon:

This is the second time within a couple of weeks I put some older notes online without carefully rechecking them. What was I thinking? Yes, you are right.

However, in Jeremiah 10:8 and Proverbs 28:18, is “one” being used where we in English would use “one moment”? That seems to fit the context.

Karl W. Randolph

----- Original Message -----
From: "Pastor Richard Bacon" <pastor at fpcr.org>

> > In almost all its uses, )XT means "one", however in Numbers 
> > 10:4, Isaiah 19:18, Jeremiah 10:8, Haggai 2:6 and Proverbs 
> > 28:18 it seems to be a noun. As such it is not in the 
> > dictionaries I have. Could it be from the root XTT? Any ideas?
> It's a variant of )XD, being used substantivally in some cases. In
> Numbers, it refers to blowing ONE of the trumpets; in Isaiah it is ONE
> of the five cities; in Jeremiah it is a little more obscure: they are
> ONE in their stupidity and foolishness; in Haggai it is ONE more (bit);
> and in Prov. it seems to be ONE time or at ONE time. So it seems to me,
> anyway.
> Dr. Richard Bacon, Pastor
> First Presbyterian Church
> Rowlett, TX
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