[b-hebrew] Daniel 12:10 and Jeremiah 22:7
pporta7 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 4 10:31:36 EDT 2011
I'd say that the forms you bring here are the SHORT ones.
The usual form, yes, has a yud after the second root consonant.
And so we have in Jdg 20:42 the same word you provide (of Jer 22:7) but with
yud inserted ---------> this last is, so to say, the right form.
By "other examples" (in your question) what do you mean: other examples of
short forms and their corresponding long ones? What are you thinking of?
(Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain)
2011/4/4 kenneth greifer <greifer at hotmail.com>
> In Dan. 12:10 the word "wise ones" is spelled hay mem sin kaf lamed yud
> mem, but I thought it is supposed to have another yud in it as a hiphil
> verb. Also in Jer. 22:7 "the destroyers" is spelled mem sin het tav yud mem
> without the extra yud that a hiphil verb would have. Are these mistakes or
> is it common for hiphil verbs like these to be spelled without the yud? Are
> there other examples? I am sorry if Iam not using the correct grammatical
> terminology, but I am sure someone in B-Hebrewland understands. Maybe one
> of you will even answer me.
> Kenneth Greifer
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