A Theological Hebrew Grammar and Lexicon. [Followed By] a Compendious Chaldaic Grammar

A Theological Hebrew Grammar and Lexicon. [Followed By] a Compendious Chaldaic Grammar

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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. 1815 edition. Excerpt: ... Existence. Rule 52.--An example of a regular verb by way of abstract or epitome; as, he learned. Obs. First.--Each word in the above table is the first of the same mood, tense, &c. which in the preter, future, and participle, is the third masc. sing.; in the imperative it is the second masc. sing.; place the same in the beginning of every black line in the preceding table, the rest of the persons will follow by the same terminations, affixes, &c. Secondly.--The above is an accurate tabic of all regular verbs; as, "Ij3S IatP &c. by placing the same letters of the root instead of "ID1? with the exception of some of the vowels, viz.--1. That the vowel (T) is retained in the preter of kal, except in the second pers. plur. masc. and fern. when it is changed to (: ); as, T&JjWby! 2. The termination vowel (i), if the second or third rad. is one of the gutter. JflTTK or T, is changed to (-)-n as, ffj50 nj5S VDtff nnp 2np; r. jrD yfpr rtppr; exccpt before a hyphen or pause, when it terminates with (T ), as M"10f. 3.--(.) under the formatives of the future of kal, niph-ngal, and hith-poa-ngiel, is changed to (o"); underN this letter will sound with more ease when with (?) than (.). Thirdly.--In hiph-ngil the is often left out, and (.) is changed to(..); as, 7T.for-712, or (v), as IJOon account of construction.. Fourthly.--In hith-poa-ngiel, if the first rad. is ttf or 0, it changes place with the J-, thus--"l3r)t#T 'VJJWn from 72D; and if the first radical1.is Rule 53.--The infinitive is the mere name of the action, called the infinitive noun, admitting of the prefixes;thus--T1 in learning, "E as learning, TiOV to learn, TiBv? from learning; this last is always taken negatively, i. e. that I should not...show more

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