[b-hebrew] Ecc 12:6-7
pporta at oham.net
pporta at oham.net
Sat Mar 22 03:08:12 EDT 2008
>> Are they necessarily construct? Or are they verb subject object phrases?
> If they are verb subject object phrases, then this verse has all four
> phrases with the same grammatical structure.
They are necessarily construct. So I think. "Gulat" is clearly a construct
(see the absolute in Zec 4:3). And "Hebel" is construct too. Look at the A.
section in www.oham.net/out/N-t/N-t081.html
Furthermore remark that the noun which comes some words after "kad" has
That is why I think that "ha-kad" would be better. And I do not intend, by
no means, to propose a changing of the text: the text must remain as it is.
But cientific discussion is always enlightening, so I feel.
Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain)
>> > 2) The verb is Y$B, not $WB, it means to settle down, so the (L fits
>> > the
>> > context of settling down upon the earth. The verb is a weqatal, not
>> > wayyiqtol, fitting the context of the next section with its yiqtol.
>> Both the dictionary I've at hand (BDB) and Oham tell this verb comes from
>> $WB, not from Y$B.
>> Look at www.oham.net/out/P-d/P-d125p.html and
>> as regards verbs ayin"waw
>> And then look at www.oham.net/out/P-d/P-d106.html and
>> as regards verbs pe"yud.
> Take away the points, and the consonants WY$B could be from either.
> with the following verb in the verse indicates that it is a weqatal verb.
> Context in connection with (L indicates that the root is Y$B. Context
> indicates that the points are wrong (I'm assuming it's pointed as a
> wayyiktol). (L makes perfect sense in context with Y$B.
>> > I hope these answer your questions.
>> Not yet!
>> Pere Porta
>> Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain)
>> Karl W. Randolph.
> b-hebrew mailing list
> b-hebrew at lists.ibiblio.org
More information about the b-hebrew