[b-hebrew] Befuddled by NGD
Brak at neo.rr.com
Wed Jul 25 02:28:14 EDT 2007
Yes. But my question is how are these related?
How does the concept of "opposite" relate to the concept of "to tell"?
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pporta at oham.net wrote:
>>I have a question.
>>Sometimes NGD is translated as "against" or "opposite" or "in front", to
>>which I can see the relationship between.
>>But other times it's translated as "tell" or "declare".
>>I don't see the common link between the idea of "opposite" and "telling".
>>Can someone please help me understand the relationship between these
>As a preposition, NGD means "against", "opposite", "in front of"...
>But as a verb, NGD means "to be conspicuous". Then the Hiph'il form of verb
>NGD, which in its basic form is HGYD (look at Mi 6:8), means "to cause to be
>conspicuous" ie "to declare", "to explain", "to tell".
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