[b-hebrew] Gen. 1.21, Winged Birds

Karl Randolph kwrandolph at email.com
Thu Aug 26 15:15:44 EDT 2004


Literally, (P KNP refers to flying things that have wings, which elsewhere when discussing clean and unclean “birds”, is used to denote bats and flying insects as well as birds. What other winged flying creatures did it refer to?

Karl W. Randolph.

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From: "Dan and/or Nancy Storm" <danstorm at comcast.net>

> I am somewhat of a beginning student of Hebrew, so I hope this question isn't too basic for this list. In Genesis 1:21 we read that God created "every winged bird according to its kind". What I'm interested in is two words: (OP KFNFP, "winged bird". (Please let me know if I have mistransliterated this.)
>
 
> Please help me construe these words.
> 
> D. Anthony Storm
> danstorm at comcast.net
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