[b-hebrew] Proverbs 16:27
kwrandolph at gmail.com
Mon Dec 10 17:11:06 EST 2007
Yes, I recognize that waw sometimes goes missing in words normally written
with a waw, so this is not a proof. Just that this particular word is never
elsewhere found without a waw is enough to raise questions. I did not say
For me the stronger evidence is the context and syntax, in which the
traditionally understood word divisions make better sense both in meaning
Karl W. Randolph.
On Dec 9, 2007 6:04 AM, kenneth greifer <greifer at hotmail.com> wrote:
> You said that Proverbs 16:27 can't have KWR as KR because it is not
> spelled that way in other quotes. I think the word is only used 9 times.
> Some other words that are more common are spelled without the vav sometimes.
> "Sign" alef vav tav is spelled alef tav in Exodus 4:8 and 12:13.
> "Generation" is usually dalef vav resh, but sometimes it is dalet resh like
> in Exodus 3:15.
> Kenneth Greifer
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