[b-hebrew] Isaiah 53: pierced?
unikom at paco.net
Tue May 18 02:58:53 EDT 2004
Do you mean hll and mhll are the same word?
These are different binyans, with different semantics. What it has to do
with a pronoun? I don't understand your idea.
mem with shva is employed only in piel. So the binyan is surely different
from you examples. Say, Is22 halalaih - their is hataf, so the original was
kamatz, so paal. You doesn't seem to be right here.
> It is the same word, used as a participle because of the fronting of the
> I have read your discussion and I find it unconvincing.
> On May 17, 2004, at 5:13 PM, UUC wrote:
> > Dear Lee,
> > hll actually never means "pierced." Wounded or killed - yes, sure, no
> > argument about that.
> > However, we have here quite another word, a very unusual meholal.
> > Would you
> > recall any instances of it as "killed"? Hardly so. Below is my
> > discussion on
> > this issue.
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