[b-hebrew] Someone knows?
pporta7 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 21 01:51:32 EDT 2011
Then... by "...which conjugate in qatal hiphil without the medial yod ..."
you don't intend to refer to those verbs that have a real, an existing
conjugation in both the qatal and the hiphil conjugations?
When you write "qatal hiphil" are you simply speaking of the "past hiphil"
(as I call it)?
To me, Karl, "qatal" rather refers to a conjugation type, the one, so to
say, which is the basic one: "amarty", I said; "amarta", you (male) said;
"amar", he said, "amarnu", we said....
2011/4/21 K Randolph <kwrandolph at gmail.com>
> On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 8:54 PM, Pere Porta <pporta7 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> in the last part of your post you write:
>> "Do you know of any other examples of a verb listed in dictionaries with a
>> consonant, waw, tau, which conjugate in qatal hiphil without the medial yod
>> and without a second tau where normal conjugation calls for one? Absent
>> being able to show a pattern from ......"
>> Please what does "qatal hiphil" mean?
>> Maybe by "qatal" you mean what I call "past"?
> But why do you call it “past”? The normal way of referencing that
> conjugation is to call it “qatal” because it does not refer to a tense.
> Decades ago I was taught not to call it “past” because it doesn’t refer to
> the past.
>> Regards from
>> Pere Porta
>> Karl W. Randolph.
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