[b-hebrew] Piel etc.
VadimCherny at mail.ru
Fri May 13 03:35:04 EDT 2005
> >These correlations might or might not be true, but the reasoning is
> In this case, lacking evidence to the contrary, we should assume that
ancient Hebrew follows
> the same universal patterns that have been discovered in all modern
> languages. And we do not find templatic morphology dictating
How about Russian aspects, for starters?
Any difference of emphatic prefix вы- (выдавливать, выделывать) from piel?
As for the evidence for semantic shifts - well, many or most English words
have now different connotation than in ME.
> >kibel, for example, could well be thought more emphatic than paal form.
> >nizkar could well be "to receive recollection"
> >giddel might reflect the burdensomeness of raising
> I'd be interested to see any evidence you have for these claims.
What "could" be an evidence? A visit to heavens for a chat with ancient
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