Elements of Hebrew by Inductive Method

Elements of Hebrew by Inductive Method

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ... Q; the accent, peculiarly, in every case stays on the feminine ending. Note.--Certain changes are quite frequent: (1) IP! to ); (2) 1rp_ to V-r-; (?) TO-to (4) p_ to nl.; (5) nn to HR '. n tke third and fifth of these cases, the dag. is, perhaps, in compensation for the ft-IQ the fifth, the " of the present form is merely a vowel-letter. In the fourth case, the final vowel was dropped, and the Mappik in H shows it to be a genuine consonant, rather than a vowel-letter. 2. a. pEopn for nbpni; tfnn1; rrolry b. In reference to stem-changes, that before suffixes, (1) the fi (lowered to 5) of al forms ending in a consonant usually becomes--but 6 before TJ, Q3, JD, e S'wa preceding the suffix being vocal; (2) the a of al forms ending in a consonant is retained and rounded to a; (3) the final vowel of PI'el forms ending in a consonant is ordinarily reduced to--but is deflected to e before TJ, Q3, Z); while the 1 of Hif'il forms remains. c. In reference to the union of termination and suffix, that (1) to verbal forms ending in a vowel the suffix is attached directly; while (2) to verbal forms ending in a consonant, the suffix is attached by means of a connecting-vowel, which is generally e, but--before TJ, Q3, jD; and e, sometimes a, before H; (3) in pausal and emphatic forms, suffixes are often attached to a verbal form ending in an, which under the tone becomes en, of which the J is generally assimilated. Note 1.--This syllable, ordinarily treated as a union-syllable and called Nun Epenthetic or Demonstrative, is found also before suffixes in old Aramaic. It is probably an old form of the verb. Note 2.--In the endings (3 m. sg.) and "J3 (3 f. sg.), the DageS-forte in J perhaps is in compensation for the " from I)H and...show more

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