[b-hebrew] A question

Uri Hurwitz uhurwitz at yahoo.com
Wed May 23 16:29:21 EDT 2007

  The answer is "yes', both cases  are the passive participle of the
   Qal. "Qatul" is indeed the form. Now, whether the passive of the Qal
   is attested also in the perfect and imperfect, is a matter of opinion. 

The type of word:   root consonant, qamats, root consonant, shoorek, root consonant  ----------    such as  QFRW) (Est 5:12), SFGWR (1Ki 6:20)... is always and everywhere a  passive participle Qal, singular masculine?    

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