[b-hebrew] proverbs 8:30 especially for Harold.
Harold R. Holmyard III
hholmyard at ont.com
Tue Jun 29 16:43:37 EDT 2004
> I am not utterly unaware of this being a noun I did not need a lexicon to
>see that. Also it is inf. construct. A noun derived directly from the verb
>and in this sense can ALSO be translated as a VERBAL NOUN which throws up
>other perspectives on how the writer was perceiving his INTENDED NUANCE.
>My question was quite clear in that I was simply asking for peoples' ideas
>on how they would translate this section "eyeh etslo amon". Amon can be
>architect, craftsman, carpenter, OR if the nuance was VERBAL which is for me
>obvious then one can NOT translate it as a NOUN but in the sense of movement
>ie crafting, skillfully supprting sustaining holding together. This idea
>being supported by the context especially since the very subject of the
>chapter is about WISDOM IN ACTION.
HH: The noun here is not an infinitive construct.
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