Brak at neo.rr.com
Wed Jul 4 17:24:14 EDT 2007
I checked out the links you gave, but none of them answer my question.
I just want a simple list of the order of the vowels. What you gave,
while I'm sure is alphabetized properly, doesn't tell me how to. I don't
want to have to try to figure it out from a list, as by doing so I could
make a mistake.
I just need a simple list like "patach, segol, etc".
"If you don't behave as you believe, you will end by believing as you
-Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen.
pporta at oham.net wrote:
> I got a 404 Not Found error when going to that link.
> Yes, you are quite right.
> Go to www.oham.net/out/N-t/N-t.html <http://www.oham.net/out/N-t/N-t.html>
> or www.oham.net/out/N-d/N-d.html <http://www.oham.net/out/N-d/N-d.html>
> I think it must work.
> Pere Porta
> John Steven
> "If you don't behave as you believe, you will end by believing as
> you behave."
> -Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen.
> pporta at oham.net wrote:
>>> I have a question in regards to putting Hebrew words in
>>> alphabetical order.
>>> I assume that ordering the words according to the letters would
>>> be the
>>> first step, but how do you handle the points (dagesh and vowel)?
>>> What is the ordering criteria when you have two or more words
>>> with the
>>> same letters, but different points?
>>> So, for example, if you have the words:
>>> Or if you have:
>>> How would they be alphabetized?
>> Look at www.oham.net/out/N-t.html
>> You will find the right vowel and other points order stated by
>> the Academy of the Hebrew Language.
>> Pere Porta
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