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INVENTORY OF FORMS THE

by Zeev Ben-Hayyim
INVENTORY OF FORMS THE VERB X. Roots of the Verbs This list is intended to assist the reader in doing the following: ( a) obtain an overview of the stems derived from each root, with an eye to a comparison of the Samaritan tradition with the Jewish tradition; ( b) locate the place of each verb with two weak radicals in the lists of conjugated forms which follow, since the class under which the conjugated forms are listed appears next to each such verb in the following list ( see, e. g.,  U K and x* v); ( c) examine the corpus of Samaritan roots required by the grammatical analysis but without exact parallels in the Pentateuchal linguistic traditions of the Jews, since such Samaritan roots appear alongside their closest counterparts in Jewish Hebrew separated by a virgule. 2ΠΚ Τ » Vax Vys3 a Vysnn ( y y) n- iK a^ y* s üb* VyD J73X ahm pN • ux ^ ysn toysn D1X ^ yD3 • nx BtfX ^ ys3 VyDn anx ttfX ^ y ö ato^ s * nx 1ÖX toix ^ » ys3 ( n to* ix tfxa Π3Κ to? snn bp ( Π  ^ Χ Vnx/ tox • wa bvsnn ( yy) T3x toysn tox Via bvznn η3κ Vy s bp ηοχ toysn 0 y) fix bss: Vna a tops toysn ΎΙΧ * P ( vy) Kia Vyö3 a to; s3 ( ry) mx ^ ysn a ^ ysnn tox bp na ΙΟΝ i? ys3 ^ ysn Vyss toysn nx bp pa ΊΟ Ν bp ΤΠΧ ( ΓΤ^ ΟΧ a Vy » s bp tta Vys3 Vysn na bssnn |? DX a tops - inx Vys3 b? ^ ys a- » x bp ina bp aix bp to X Chapter Home  | TOC  | Index

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INVENTORY OF FORMS THE VERB X. Roots of the Verbs This list is intended to assist the reader in doing the following: ( a) obtain an overview of the stems derived from each root, with an eye to a comparison of the Samaritan tradition with the Jewish tradition; ( b) locate the place of each verb with two weak radicals in the lists of conjugated forms which follow, since the class under which the conjugated forms are listed appears next to each such verb in the following list ( see, e. g., ' \\" U K and x* v); ( c) examine the corpus of Samaritan roots required by the grammatical analysis but without exact parallels in the Pentateuchal linguistic traditions of the Jews, since such Samaritan roots appear alongside their closest counterparts in Jewish Hebrew separated by a virgule. 2ΠΚ Τ » Vax Vys3 a Vysnn ( y\\" y) n- iK a^ y* s üb* Vy'D J73X ahm pN • ux ^ ysn toysn D1X ^ yD3 • nx BtfX ^ ys3 V'yDn anx ttfX ^ y> ö ato^ s * nx 1ÖX toix ^ » ys3 ( n\\" to* ix tfxa Π3Κ to? snn bp ( Π ' ^ Χ Vnx/ tox • wa bvsnn ( yy) T3x toysn tox Via bvznn η3κ Vy> s bp ηοχ toysn 0\\" y) fix bss: Vna a tops toysn ΎΙΧ * P ( vy) Kia Vyö3 a to; s3 ( ry) mx ^ ysn a ^ ysnn tox bp na ΙΟΝ i? ys3 ^ ysn Vyss toysn nx bp pa ΊΟ Ν bp ΤΠΧ ( ΓΤ'^ ΟΧ a Vy » s bp tta Vys3 V'ysn na bssnn |? DX a tops - inx Vys3 b? ^ ys a- » x bp ina bp aix bp to> X << Chapter >> Home | TOC | Index
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