[b-hebrew] The lazy dog
pcasanel at xtec.net
Fri Aug 5 07:58:23 EDT 2005
You should delete from your list Neh 3:15; Isa. 17:11, and Dan 5:7,
because these verses do not have a samekh as Biblical text (that is to
say: they have only a small samekh at the end of the verse, to indicate
a closed paragraph).
(If you want me to send you the BibleWorks ASE search to find only these
verses, let me know, please.)
If you do not want to make a distinction between sin and shin, the list
becomes longer (26 verses): Exo. 16:16; Deu. 4:34; Isa. 23:13; 2Ki.
4:39; 6:32; 7:8; 2Ch 26:11; Ezr. 7:28; Neh. 3:7; Est. 3:13; Eccl. 4:8;
Isa. 5:25; 66:17; Jer. 22:3; 32:29; Ezek. 17:9; 38:12; Dan. 2:45; 3:22;
4:20; 7:19; Hos. 10:8; 13:2; Amos. 9:13; So 3:8; Zech. 6:11.
E-mail: pcasanel at xtec.net <mailto:pcasanel at xtec.net>
Martin Arhelger wrote:
>According to Bible-works, there are several Verses which fit your
>Deut. 4:34; 2 Ki. 7:8; 2 Chr. 26:11; Ezr. 7:28; Neh. 3:15; Est. 3:13; Eccl.
>4:8; Isa. 17:11; 66:17; Jer. 22:3; 32:29; Ezek. 17:9; 38:12; Dan. 5:7; Hos.
>10:8; Hos. 13:2; Zech. 6:11
>(BTW: I have not looked for final-letters in these verses which might be of
>interest for young learners, too.)
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Ingalls, Alan" <aingalls at bbc.edu>
>To: <b-hebrew at lists.ibiblio.org>
>Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2005 1:47 PM
>Subject: [b-hebrew] The lazy dog
>>Perhaps many of you are familiar with the sentence "The quick brown fox
>>jumps over the lazy dog" which contains all of the letters of the
>>English alphabet and which is used for typing classes and such. I was
>>wondering, do any of you know of such a sentence or a verse in the
>>Hebrew Bible which contains all the letters of the Hebrew aleph-bet? I
>>would like to use something like that as a drill in first-year Hebrew
>>for learning the aleph-bet. Thanks!
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