[b-hebrew] logograms--an ode to Hebrew
peterkirk at qaya.org
Thu Dec 23 14:58:06 EST 2004
On 23/12/2004 19:12, Vadim Cherny wrote:
>>You wind up then with a language based first on bi-consonantal roots,
>then tri, then quad.
>You still does not explain why more or less "all" roots are triliteral. In
>natural-derivation theory, we would expect many quadruples.
Vadim, are you not aware that there are quite a number of quadriliteral
roots in Hebrew? They are very ancient because many of them e.g. TRGM
are shared with Arabic, Aramaic etc.
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