In the video on Jeremiah 10:11b we came across a relative clause (underlined in red) indicated by the relative particle (A). The relative clause in Biblical Aramaic is similar to the relative clause in Biblical Hebrew. In Biblical Hebrew, the relative clause can follow a definite or indefinite antecedent. The
Thanks to the extra time afforded by the quarantine, I’ve updated the look of Your Hebrew Tutor. A new look has been way overdue. I’m sure there are a few kinks left to work out, but everything should be functional. I welcome any helpful tips or comments!
For more information on the negative particle לְבִלְתִּי see Gesenius §114s. Also, see BDB pg. 116b.
In the video on Ruth 1:13b we came across the verb תֵּעָגֵ֫נָה (Niph’al Imperfect 2fp עגן). In the video I briefly talked about what likely happened to the third root nun. Many of the grammars that are available to you do not address this word, with the exception of Joüon-Muraoka. Therefore, anything said here .Continue reading “The verb עגן in Ruth 1:13b”
The video for Jeremiah 10:11a should be available now. My apologies if you were not able to view it. Also, my plan is to continue to post videos for Ruth 1 while posting videos for Biblical Aramaic. Thank you for bearing with my snail’s pace! Richard
In this video we begin to look at the Biblical Aramaic portions of the OT. We begin with the smallest portion: Jeremiah 10:11.
For more on the missing dagesh lene, see Gesenius §21.