[b-hebrew] karu or ka'ari (Ps 22:16) ?

Karl Randolph kwrandolph at email.com
Mon May 2 16:22:08 EDT 2005


Steve:

Job 6:27 is not a good verse to use here.

“you even cause to fall upon orphans, and ??? upon your neighbors.”

Now what was caused to fall upon orphans? The previous verse says scoldings and disheartening words.

What root does the ??? above come from? KRH to furnish? Or KRR to leap about? I personally choose KRR as it is more picturesque and fitting 
the active picture of the first half of the verse.

When reading an unpointed text, either root is possible.

Karl W. Randolph.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Miller" <smille10 at sbcglobal.net>
> 
> Job 6:27 uses krh when Job says to his 3 friends who put the blame on him
> for his suffering: "you dig on your friend".
> If Psalm 22 is describing Jesus' crucifixion, then "they dig my hands and my
> feet" is a good description.  The nails did not just pierce, but are digging
> thru His hands and feet.
> -Steve Miller
> Detroit
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