[b-hebrew] Song of song 1:7
pporta7 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 01:49:47 EST 2012
as Nir said in another post, HWMYH in Is 22:2 is not a noun (it is a
participle, feminine singular, acting as an adjective).
The same, for instance, as PRYH in Ps 128:3 or HMYH in Pr 7:11.
Coming back to our (+YH (Song 1:7), this is --unfortunately for this
discussion-- the only sample in the entire Tanakh of a Qal Participle,
singular feminine, of a verb lamed-heh.
You are quite right that many nouns are found ending -YH.
Now, what refers to BYRNYH (as you write it), fortified place ---------->
the right basic form is BYRNYT (2Ch 17:12) (*), derived from or built on
BYRH, castle, palace (2Ch 29:1)
If finelly, after your study of the word in Song 1:7, you decide it is a
noun.... I have nothing else to say thereon.
(*) Remark the final T letter and the suffix -NYT. This -NYT is quite
uncommon in the Tanakh... but it is very common in today Israeli Hebrew.to
indicate feminines: SAFRANYT, (female) librarian or KATVANYT, (female)
writer, for some samples.
2012/12/13 K Randolph <kwrandolph at gmail.com>
> On Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 7:08 AM, Pere Porta <pporta7 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> is noun HWMYH, commotion, found in the Tanakh?
>> If yes, where does it appear?
> Isaiah 22:2 “Storms fill the city and commotion the market town…”
>> Pere Porta
>> Karl W. Randolph.
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