[b-hebrew] Aaron & the Ark
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Sat Aug 20 08:46:35 EDT 2005
Perhaps "Aaron" the man was in fact a title and not a proper name.
On Saturday, August 20, 2005, at 02:06 AM, tladatsi at charter.net wrote:
> Is there some connection between *the ark* (Ha A Ro N) and
> *Aaron* (A Ha Ro N). They are anagrams.
> I have seen no clear derivation of Aaron.
> The derivation of ark I have read ARAH - *to gather *, then
> an ark is place to gather things together. What rule makes
> a noun with an -ON ending from a weak root? Or is this not
> a real derivation?
> Any thoughts?
> Jack Tladatsi
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R. Brian Roberts
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