[b-hebrew] "Opens the Womb" and "Firstborn"

Yigal Levin leviny1 at mail.biu.ac.il
Fri May 28 09:40:24 EDT 2004


Vadim,

Why do you consider Tet to be a "soft" T, and why would that make it likely
to be an infix? The verb PTR, meaning "break open" or "separate" appears
several times.

Yigal

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> Because t is soft, I may envisage connection of peter with pr for "be
> fruitful." This is possibly why ptr is usually applied to animals,
certainly
> in the later layers.
>
>
> Best regards,
>
> Vadim Cherny
>
> > Are there any meaningful implications that can be drawn from the common
> use
> > of the word: 'BaCHoR' Firstborn and the idea attached to 'PeTeR' as in
for
> > example 'PeTeR RaCHaM'' at first I thought nothing more of it until I
saw
> > the Verses from Exodus 13:12-16 where there is constant interchanging
> > between the two manners of expressing the 'Firstborn'?
> >
> > Any comments are always appreciated.
> >
> > greetings to everyone of one of you
> >
> > Thankyou  Chris,  from Ireland.
> >
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