By C. L. Seow
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Judgments 1. 11. judges 6. heaven 7. priests 12. (two) hands 3. kingdoms 8. mothers 2. 4. (two) ears c. Read the following passage out loud. Then pick out the words that you recognize and translate them. ") ·prcq ni:J:JW c·t, ip~ 1i~'? l< rii; niiiJOO C'7~1 11~ ntl~GO ~ih ::l? (Prov 6:17-18) 1. Lesson IV Hebrew Roots and Patterns Every Hebrew word is theoretically characterized by (a) its root, usually comprised of three consonants called "radicals;' and (b) by its pattern, the combination of the radicals with various vowels, prefixes, and I or suffixes, if any.
Seer C'~i shepherds Final il ... is removed before the mp, fs, or fp ending. N god, God, (the god) El blood (fs; fp: ntq~) land, earth, country (fs; fp: ni~l':t) mother God, gods ',~ C'ij',~ c~ r1~ T (ms or fs) way, road C1 1T! ) sword Vocabulary I judgment, justice, right, custom. W judge. Verb: U;>t_p to judge (always dual) water (ms; irreg. ) heart, mind (fs) hand, power ::210 ,~ :J~? I :J? C~~ U~tp~ tv~} (fs) eye, spring (fs; fp: nitv~~) self, person (traditionally, "soul"), breath, will r~ mouth (always plural) face, presence.
R. Driver, and Charles A. Briggs (Oxford: Clarendon, 1907). It is popularly known as B DB, after the initials of the editors. Based on a German lexicon from the nineteenth century; this reference work is now outdated. Yet, for most students who read only English, there is still no substitute that is both adequate and easily affordable. For the beginning student, B DB is difficult to use primarily because it is not arranged alphabetically, but according to roots. For instance, the noun IJ~F;, (altars) is not listed as it is spelled, but after the verb n~l and.
A Grammar for Biblical Hebrew by C. L. Seow