if at math.bu.edu
Sun Mar 24 18:29:41 EDT 2013
In my humble opinion טמא TAME is a variant of the extra-biblical
טמע 'include, dissolve,
embody, ensconce, conceal', namely, טומאה is something inherently
in an infected or contaminated body. It is also related to the טמה
TAMAH of Lev. 11:43, the טמן TAMAN,
'concealed', of Deut. 33:19, and also the אטם ATAM, 'sealed', as in
Appears to me that טהור TAHOR is 'clearly good, pure, guarded'.
Isaac Fried, Boston University
On Mar 24, 2013, at 1:29 AM, Yigal Levin wrote:
> And what does Tameh mean?
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