[b-hebrew] Study on energic nun ter
if at math.bu.edu
Sun Dec 2 19:18:32 EST 2007
Do you really believe that the ancient Hebrews had something that we
are compelled to fancifully call today "energic nun"? You are saying
that this nun is inserted. But is it not the reverse, namely, that
this nun was there in the first place and then over time dropped out
of the form? Should we then mark and call the vacated spot "the
dropped energic nun fault line", or something else to this effect?
Isaac Fried, Boston University
On Dec 2, 2007, at 1:35 PM, <pporta at oham.net> wrote:
> 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
> 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
> 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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