A Hebrew Grammar; Containing a Copious and Systematic Development of the Etymology and Punctuation of That Language

A Hebrew Grammar; Containing a Copious and Systematic Development of the Etymology and Punctuation of That Language

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1843 edition. Excerpt: ...similar contraction is thought to be; f)rt, of vbs/jlfl, from V?S; not as is sometimes stated from '0?. The meaning of the passage, therefore, in which this word occurs will be as follows: --To the pure, thou shorvest thyself pure, but to the nicked, thou shorvest thyself a judge.--Nordheimer. 357.--As in Pihel and Puhal, the first radical is sometimes doubled, and the second and third letters transposed: as, $t&tyn, Job xxx. 14; Wtt?n?n, Isa. xxix. 9. 358. n of the future prefix is sometimes assimilated to the following letter by Dagesh forte: as, OpItPri, for DOitf/Vl.Eccl.vii. 16. CHAPTER XXI. VERBS DOUBLY IMPERFECT.--QUADRILITERAL AND PLURILITERAL VERBS. Verbs doubly Imperfect. 359. Verbs doubly imperfect are those whose roots contain two letters capable of affecting the form of the verb. 360. These letters, in a few instances, occur in juxtaposition, when, in general, only one of them exerts its peculiar influence. Thus the verbs "713 and 13, although partaking of the nature of a verb whose first radical is 3, and of one whose second radical is 1, exhibit the peculiarities only of the latter. They are, therefore, conjugated throughout like Dip. And DD3, possessing the nature of a verb commencing with 3, and of one doubling the second radical, is found only as one of the latter, "l?, does indeed, at different times, exhibit the peculiarities of both the classes to which it belongs. Thus in Kal, preterite and future, it is conjugated like t&5?: as, fTTTja, Esth. vi. 1; future, TH, Nah. iii. 7; and TV), Gen. xxxi. 40. In Hiphhil it is conjugated like 23D: as, 1!"1: , Job xviii. 18; where the ( T ) of the preformant is lost on account of the increase, and the long vowel of the first...show more

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