[b-hebrew] 2Ki 2:10
yitzhaksapir at gmail.com
Thu Feb 22 19:47:40 EST 2007
On 2/22/07, pporta at oham.net <pporta at oham.net> wrote:
> I read in an electronic search program (BibleWorks) that "LUQ.FX" (2Ki 2:10)
> is a Qal passive participle, masculine singular absolute.
> In DBD (page 544) I read it is a Pu'al form.
> Which do you think is right?
> If the right one is the second, would it be Pu'al construct Infinitive?
Ancient Hebrew had a form known as "Qal passive" or "G passive".
In Hebrew, this took the form of qut(t)al and yuqtal. For example:
yullad in Gen 4:26, gunnav in Ex 22,6, yuttan in Lev 11:38. This is
not a participle but a complete archaic verb form. The verb LQX is
not generally used in the Piel, so we may suspect that in this case
we have a Qal passive, but perhaps revocalized as a Pual.
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