[b-hebrew] Mark 15:34, Mat 27:46, & Psalm 22

Jack Kilmon jkilmon at historian.net
Wed Apr 21 01:29:56 EDT 2004


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From: "CS Bartholomew" <jacksonpollock at earthlink.net>
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Subject: Re: [b-hebrew] Mark 15:34, Mat 27:46, & Psalm 22


> Mat 27:46 Peshitta (Syriac)
> Mark 15:34 Peshitta (Syriac)
>
> )yl )yl lmn) #bqtny
>
> source http://www.nazarene.net/
>
> One more piece of the puzzle.
>
> kol tov,
> Clay Bartholomew

I have not yet read, in this thread, that the late Eastern Aramaic dialect
Syriac of the Peshitta (which is a translation of the Greek texts) was NOT
the Aramaic of 1st century Galilee or Judea and is therefore irrelevent.  In
Old Judean Aramaic and the Galilean dialect, the suffix -y is "my"
hence )lhy "aloHEE" (accent is on the suffix) is "MY God."

aloHEE, aloHEE LAma shvaqtawNEE

I don't see a puzzle.

shlomo

Jack




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