[b-hebrew] We and us
leviny1 at mail.biu.ac.il
Sun Nov 12 16:28:35 EST 2006
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From: "David Kummerow" <farmerjoeblo at hotmail.com>
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> Have a look at:
> Driver, S. R. 1882. “On Some Alleged Linguistic Affinities of the
> Elohist.” Journal of Philology 11: 201-236.
> Revell, E. J. 1995. “The Two Forms of First Person Singular Pronoun in
> Biblical Hebrew: Redundancy or Expressive Contrast?” Journal of Semitic
> Studies 40: 199-217.
> Revell, E. J. 1996. The Designation of the Individual: Expressive Usage
> in Biblical Narrative. Contributions to Biblical Exegesis and Theology
> 14. Kampen: Kok Pharos.
> Rezetko, Robert. 2003. “Dating Biblical Hebrew: Evidence from
> Samuel–Kings and Chronicles.” Pages 215-250 in Biblical Hebrew: Studies
> in Chronology and Typology. Edited by Ian Young. Journal for the Study
> of the Old Testament Supplement Series 369. London: T & T Clark.
> Rosén, Haiim B. 1984. “אנכי et אני: Essai de grammaire, interprétation
> et traduction.” Pages 262-281 in East and West: Selected Writings in
> Linguistics. Munich: Fink.
> David Kummerow.
>> Good question.
>> I notice that "ani" is used a little more than twice as often as
>> "anoki", but that both terms are used by the same people. That would
>> indicate that some difference in emphasis or meaning that they
>> recognized. But what it was, may have been lost.
>> Has anyone made a detailed study?
>> Karl W. Randolph.
>> On 11/11/06, Yigal Levin <leviny1 at mail.biu.ac.il> wrote:
>>> Dear All,
>>> Does anyone think that there is a semantic or any other difference is
>>> use or
>>> meaning between "anu" and "anaxnu"? Or, for that matter, between "ani"
>>> "anokhi"? Are they used in different genres, are they preferred by
>>> literary sources?
>>> What do y'all think?
>>> Yigal Levin
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