[b-hebrew] Article with Suffixed Noun [was: Need Help With Trope Identification]

Yitzhak Sapir yitzhaksapir at gmail.com
Sun Dec 14 04:42:10 EST 2008


On Sun, Dec 14, 2008 at 9:27 AM, Jason Harewrote:
> Even from that title page it seems that they intended something akin to the
> tipcha or meteg marks to stand only for a stress mark. I haven't seen any
> more of this text than what has been posted here, so perhaps Mr. Sapir is
> correct in his statement that it is intended to be something more based on
> other portions of the text. What has been shown so far, though, seems to
> indicate the tipcha/meteg for stress and etnach for pausal position stress
> (probably without any change in internal vowel structure). The use of this
> form האדונינו would draw my interest to the level of Hebrew language in the
> rest of the document. It incorrectly uses the suffixed form in two ways, as
> I noticed.

See here, where it is possible to see also a tipxa, munax and zaqef qatan:
http://tinyurl.com/HebrewMatthewQuin103-104
(The tipxa and munax is where it copies Gen 2:24).

Yitzhak Sapir


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