[b-hebrew] Mem in the Middle of the Word

K Randolph kwrandolph at gmail.com
Sat Jan 10 14:40:01 EST 2009


John:

1 Chronicles 4:10 the word MR(H from the root R(H to feed, give pasture,
used as a noun.

Ezekiel 27:19 M)WZL again used as a noun, referring to that which is made to
go out.

Genesis 38:24 M$L$ here a verb is used in Hebrew where we in English would
use merely a number.

Another thing I was expecting from your question is to find -M- in the
middle of a word, following another prefix: except for the two that were the
subject of your original question, none of the examples you listed fit. They
were all at the beginning of the words.

Karl W. Randolph.

On Thu, Jan 8, 2009 at 9:05 PM, Brak <Brak at neo.rr.com> wrote:

>  In the samples I listed in the results, which ones are you saying are
> participles?
>
>
> B"H
> John
>
> "He who makes a mistake is still our friend; he who adds to or shortens a
> melody is still our friend; but he who violates a rhythm unawares can no
> longer be our friend."
> -Ishaq Ibn Ibrahim 767-850 CE.
>
> "If you don't behave as you believe, you will end by believing as you
> behave."
> -Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
>
> "The difference between the intelligent man and the simpleton is not the
> correctness of their decisions, but rather the cunning sinner can more
> skillfully defend and justify his iniquity."
> - Rabbi Tovia Singer
>
>



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