By C. L. Seow
A number one grammar of biblical Hebrew.
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Under fY' one finds "I. :1¥~" (p. 420 col. (;)". viii). Since no other noun ;,~y is listed under this root, and since we know that this is just "1. :1¥~", we will have to look elsewhere also. In this case, the editors do not tell us where else to look, as they sometimes do. We have to rely simply on what we know about weak radicals. And so we try the root :1~Y (pp. 781-82). As it turns out, :1~Y is listed as a root four different times, but only under "I I. :1~Y" do we find the noun "I I. " The word occurs only once in the Bible, as indicated by the sign t and single citation (Jer 6:6).
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. The noun appears on p. 5 28 col. ii, after the verb and some other nouns. The sign t and only one citation indicate that this word occurs only once in the Bible. t:l must be a prefix and ~ a mater.
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. " That is, they conjecture that ''bant > ''batt > bat. The plural of this noun, in contrast to " II. n~;' is niJ~. vi). Under fY' one finds "I. :1¥~" (p. 420 col. (;)". viii). Since no other noun ;,~y is listed under this root, and since we know that this is just "1. :1¥~", we will have to look elsewhere also. In this case, the editors do not tell us where else to look, as they sometimes do.
A Grammar for Biblical Hebrew (Revised Edition) by C. L. Seow