[b-hebrew] Daniel 12:10 and Jeremiah 22:7
pporta7 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 4 13:03:42 EDT 2011
If I understand you rightly, I would say:
--An example of short spelling: yaktiru, they will cause to surround (Ps
--Some examples of long spelling of the same pattern:
in Is 1:18 we find two examples. In Jb 35:9 there is another example.
Is this enough for you?
(Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain)
2011/4/4 <joel at exc.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
> In general, the vocalic YUD was only used when deemed necessary, so,
> yes, it's common to find it "omitted" from what we would consider
> normal spelling.
> There also seems to have been a mild aversion to using two vocalic
> YUDs in the same word. MASKILIM has a YUD in the plural ending -IM,
> making it less likely that we'd see a YUD in the middle of the word,
> and similarly with MASHCHITIM.
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