[b-hebrew] form of names

YODAN yodanco at yodanco.com
Tue Jun 20 12:46:57 EDT 2006


Greetings!

 

I'm doing some research on names and will be grateful for an answer to the
following question:

 

There are several names that have the following structure (using the
Pei-Ayin-Lamed root):  Pei with kamatz, Ayin with shva, Lamed with Hirik,
Yud at the end. 

 

Here are examples in which the Kamatz is Kamatz Katan (all happen to be in
Numbers):

Vophsi in Numbers 13:14

Ozni in Numbers 26:16

Yogli in Numbers 34:22

 

My question:  Are there any Biblical names that have this structure BUT
their Kamatz (the kamatz on the first root letter) is Kamatz Gadol?

 

Thank you,

 

Rivka




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