[b-hebrew] Pronoun )nky in Judg. 6:8
Harold R. Holmyard III
hholmyard at ont.com
Wed Oct 6 12:39:29 EDT 2004
> > HH: I realize that there is no relative pronoun
>> before "brought" in 6:8, but I added it in order
>> to show in English what the force of the emphatic
>> Hebrew pronoun )NKY might be. The Lord seems to
>> be contrasting Himself with the gods of the
>> Amorites, who never did anything for the
>I don't know how much relevancy can be attributed--but "ink" is a personal
>pronoun in Egyptian. It means "I am" and is only seen at the start
>of a clause.
HH: In Hebrew )NKY does not have to be the first word of a clause.
See Genesis 3:10 and 4:9.
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