[b-hebrew] midwives

Yigal Levin leviny1 at mail.biu.ac.il
Sun Oct 30 14:51:41 EST 2005


The simplest meaning of "hamiyaledot ha(ibriyyot" is "the Henrew midwives". 
I'd need a good reason from the contexts to render "the midwives for the 
Hebrews".

Yigal
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Subject: [b-hebrew] midwives


> B-Haverim,
>
> What do you all think of the possibility that the midwives of Exo 1:15
> were Egyptians rather that Hebrews?
>
> Thanks,
> Bryan
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