Introductory Hebrew Grammar; Hebrew Syntax

Introductory Hebrew Grammar; Hebrew Syntax

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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. 1894 edition. Excerpt: ...(so Hitz.). Eth. seems to use App. while Ar. has ace. The sing, in such cases as Is. 20. 4, Job 12. 17; 24. 10 (cf. pi. Jer. 13. 19) favours ace. of condition.--The word of condition is naturally an adj. or ptcp. expressing a temporary state, or at least a state which might have been different, and so some nouns as Gen. 38. n; 44. 33 may be similarly used. With Is. 21 8, cf. karra ze'idun'asadan, Zeid charged like a lion. With Gen. 38. 11 cf. Kor. 11. 75, and with 2 S. 12. 21 Hamas. 392, 1. 3. Other exx. of nouns, Gen. 15. 16 as the fourth generation, Deu. 4. 27 as a few men, 2 K. 5. 2 in bands, Am. 5. 3, Is. 65. 20 a hundred years old, Jer. 31. 8 as a. great assembly, Zech. 2. 8 as open villages, Ps. 58. 9. The text of 1 S. 2. 33 die D'Bbs as men (in manhood) is doubtful; Sep. by the sword of men. Rem. 2. The ace. of manner of the action of an adj. may be mas. or fern., Is. 5. 26 (Joel 4. 4), sing, or plur., esp. fem. plur. Ps. 139. 14, Job 37. 5. If a noun: (1) in principle any noun may be used, Mic. 2. 3 noh, Ps. 56. 3 DiiD haughtily,1 Is. 60. 14 rrtriE bowing down, Prov. 31.9 P"TC in righteousness, Jud. 5. 21 jj) in power; Lev. 19. 16, Nu. 32. 14, Is. 57. 2. (2) The noun may be plur., Lam. 1. 9 Q'SPS she came down wonderfully, Hos. 12. 15 DlVOjl bitterly, Ps. 58. 2; 75. 3, cf. 1 S. 15. 32 above. (3) The ace. may extend to a phrase, Josh. 9. 2, 1 K. 22. 13 ins ne unanimously, cf. Zeph. 3. 9; Lev. 26. 21, 23, 24, Pro. 7. 10, 2 S. 23. 3 ruling 'tf T)ti, y in the fear of God. Ps. 83. 6 is a mixed consn. for "inx 3? (1 Chr. 12. 38). See 140, R. 1. This usage of the noun is mostly poetical, prose rather employs a prep., I"ID3? confidently, but riD3 Jud. 8. 11, &c, Lam. 1. 5 '30 z/0 captivity, elsewhere'SB'S;..."show more

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