[b-hebrew] Taw added to Verbs

Isaac Fried if at math.bu.edu
Fri May 11 03:32:22 EDT 2007


You are on the right track. All you need is just organize and  
systematize your thoughts. I said it before and I will say it again.

1. The Indo-European languages have thoroughly destroyed the  
structure of their mother tongue. They have bungled their root system  
and forgot all about their original internal system of personal  

2. For some reason Hebrew is left in nearly pristine form. It is  
nearly as ADAM and EVE invented it in their boundless cleverness  
still fresh from the tree of knowledge.

3. Every word in the Hebrew language is composed of a root and  
personal pronouns, that's all. Every Hebrew vowel excepting 'A' is a  
personal pronoun. In nouns the personal pronouns refer to the object,  
while in verbs (acts) the personal pronouns refer to the actors.

3. The (compound) separate personal pronouns ANI, ANOKYI, ATAH, AT,   
HU, HI, ANU, ATEM. HEM, HEN, can not be inserted between the radical  
letters lest they confuse the root.

4. The word TIRCAX is actually two words that have come close  
together. They are TI-RCAX, where TI is a variant of AT or ATAH  
standing for the actor-addressee. Since TI is gender indifferent  
Hebrew adds (H)YI for the female at the and, TI-RCX-YI. So LO TI-RCAX  
reads exactly as you say it does: "no you kill". For the girls it is:  
"no you kill she". For the many Hebrew adds (H)U, TI-RCX-U, and so  
on. When many speak for themselves they say NI-RCAX, where NI is a  
variant of ANI and ANU. The single speaker contacted ANI to the mere  
E, E-RCAX, "I kill".

Isaac Fried, Boston University

On May 10, 2007, at 8:20 PM, Brak wrote:

>  From my understanding whenever a Taw is added to the beginning of a
> verb it adds the word "you".
> For example, in the Ten Commandments you have:
> LO) T.IR:CFX   which would translate "no you kill"
> Now my question involves the text in Adam and Eve story in Genesis.
> In Gen 3:2 you have:
> Now from my understanding it would be translated as "And you said  
> the woman"
> Now that just seems weird to me. To have "And said the woman" would  
> make
> much more sense, but you don't have the word )FMAR you have T.O)MER
> So what is going on here?
> -- 
> B"H
> John Steven
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