[b-hebrew] Study on energic nun ter

David Kummerow farmerjoeblo at hotmail.com
Sun Dec 2 14:49:35 EST 2007

Hi Pere,

On energic nun, see:

Blau, Joshua. 1978. “כינויי נסתר ונסתרת בנ׳ ובלעדיה בעברית המקרא 
[Pronominal ird Person Singular Suffixes with and without נ in Biblical 
Hebrew].” Eretz-Israel 14: 125-131.

DeCaen, Vincent. 2003. “Moveable nun and Intrusive nun: The Nature and 
Distribution of Verbal Nunation in Joel and Job.” Journal of Northwest 
Semitic Languages 29/1: 121-132.

Hasselbach, Rebecca. 2006. “The Ventive/Energic in Semitic: A 
Morphological Study.” Zeitschrift der Deutshen Morgenländischen 
Gesellschaft 156: 309-328.

Hetzron, Robert. 1969. “Third Person Singular Pronoun Suffixes in 
Proto-Semitic.” Orientalia Suecana 8: 101-127.

Lambert, Mayer. 1903. “De l’emploi des suffixes pronominaux avec noun et 
sans noun.” Revue des etudes juives 46: 178-183.

Muraoka, Takamitsu. 1975. “The Nun Energicum and the Prefix Conjugation 
in Biblical Hebrew.” Annual of the Japanese Biblical Institute 1: 63-71.

Williams, Ronald J. 1972. “Energic Verbal Forms in Hebrew.” Pages 75-85 
in Studies on the Ancient Palestinian World: Presented to Professor F. 
V. Winnett on the Occasion on His Retirement 1 July 1971. Edited by J. 
W. Wevers and D. B. Redford. Toronto: University of Toronto.

Zewi, Tamar. 1999. A Syntactical Study of Verbal Forms Affixed by -n(n) 
Endings in Classical Arabic, Biblical Hebrew, El-Amarna Akkadian and 
Ugaritic. Alter Orient und Altes Testament 260. Münster: Ugarit-Verlag.

David Kummerow.

> EXCUSE ME! I'm not skilled in Internet affairs!
> ___________
> Does anyone know if someone has studied the case of the endings -ha and 
> -na. -hu and -nu, etc (personal pronouns as suffixes of verb forms)?
> Frequencies, difference of meaning or of shade of meaning, cases where 
> -ha/-hu is used rather than -na/-nu and contrary or reverse cases ...
> To have under the eyes some sample so that everyone may better 
> understand what I mean click www.oham.net/out/PIS-d/PIS-d383.html  (for 
> -ha) and www.oham.net/out/PIS-d/PIS-d424.html (for -nah)
> If yes, where is such a study available (either online or in printed form)?
> Pere Porta
> Barcelona (Spain)

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