By C. L. Seow
A number one grammar of biblical Hebrew.
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2; IV-4-b). J:l: Setting aside the fs ending, one conjectures that the root is ~~n, but no such noun is found under that root. Hence one looks under the root mn, where one finds the noun. If one looks directly under :1\fl}, one is also referred to the correct root: v. sub ~Jn ("look under ~Jn"). BDB I 51 entry, however, one is directed to the other n~: I. n~ v. sub p ("I. n~ look under T~"). So it is that on p. 123 col. i, after the lengthy entry on p and other related nouns, we find "1. " Here the editors of BDB tell us that n~ is"= >:·T;lt~ fr.
Yo u (ms) a rc mo re ri ghteo us than I I ,r v I9 : 1~9 1~t;l ni~lllit. ~~ in nil lh c Iand o f Egy pt. :J~hi and (s uhj ccl) ate . _J "\) cJ. ~. Demonstratives I 105 Lesson X I. Vith _adjectives (and participles fu nctioning as adjectives), it stands in the final_position- after the adjective(s).
I (twelfth line from the bottom), one will be referred to the root. h (from *wsb). The root *:nzJ~ does not exist in Hebrew (see BDB p. 6o2) . One must conclude that-~ is a noun prefix. ~). i) , however, one must look for the noun under the root :ltV' on p. 442. Again, the verb is listed first (pp. 442-3 ), followed by several nouns. The noun :ngi~ appears on p. 444 col. i. m. indicates where this precise form- without any other prefixes, suffixes, or further vowel changes - is found. :nzJi~: must be tzJ:J7.