Sheloshah Sifre Di Du; Halo Hemah 1. Sefer Otiyot Ha-Na E-Ha-Meshekh, 2. Sefer Pe Ale Ha-Kefel, 3. Sefer Ha-Ni Ud

Sheloshah Sifre Di Du; Halo Hemah 1. Sefer Otiyot Ha-Na E-Ha-Meshekh, 2. Sefer Pe Ale Ha-Kefel, 3. Sefer Ha-Ni Ud

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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. 1870 edition. Excerpt: ...and 111:2: are of the same form, 1 and 1 in 11111 answering to 3 and 1 of 111311.;-11." Only the heavy conjugation is used, 7112:, 111111:, 1111112: (Is. 26. 9) 7111121 (Job. 23. 13), max etc., imperative feminine 1121 for 1112:, like 1n$1: /1 (2 Kgs. 4. 7), 1w5m (1. Kgs. 1. 12); plural 11:1 for 112:, like 1-15:1 (Gen. 40. 8), 11:1 (50. 4): the infinitive and verbal noun is likewise nm, as.-my (Ex. 22. 22), or 11112:, as 1111;; (Is. 58. 5): the noun is.-111111, '.1 marking the feminine, and the third radical being lost; it is for r1111:1'1, like P1121511, but 11 takes pathah on account of the guttural which follows, otherwise it would have had hirik like.11p11: 1:1112n is also used, like:11, '/1111313, 1:1111: nn, 111sm (Ps. 140. 9): mm (93. 5) also is said to come from this root, with a different meaning, its J belongs to Niphal; corresponding to it are 1-1511.1 (Num. 10. 11), r1w1:1 (Eco. 8. 14); related to it are 711171 (Jer. 6. 2), ms: (Pr. 17. 7): .-1 marks the feminine, the third radical being lost: so 112:: (Cant. 1. 10). 15." 1-1:121 (Gen. 19. 3), 1111521 (Is. 44.19), .-111521, n!s1, .-152:1, 1.-15:11 (1 Sam. 28. 24), 192111 (Ex. 12. 39) with quiescent 2 sounding like 1, sometimes written 21, sometimes 11 the imperative is 7758 etc., like 7151); in the plural 15:: (Ex. 16. 23) also is found, with tseri, possibly on account of the guttural s: new (Lev. 2. 4) 15:1, 11151: ., -mpg. nnm (Deut. 33. 2), .-11-1:1 (Is. 21. 12), 11111111, n1-1111:, or, if it be unpleasant to pronounce two n's together, .-111-111, as r111'J1-1 (Ps. 57. 2). The future has 2: quiescent for convenience, as nnsn (Mic. 4. 8), 111111 (Deut. 33. 21): in this last the quiescent between 1 and n is the first radical, 11 is the second: 1 the third, ...show more

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