Reminder: Check out my video on segholate nouns located under the Hebrew 101 link. A helpful reminder of how מֶ֫לֶךְ goes to מַלְכָּא in Daniel 2:4. References: Gesenius-Kautzsch sec. 126e (vocatives); sec. 124b (uses of plural ending).
Jeremiah 10:11 is the only verse in the book of Jeremiah written in Aramaic and not in Hebrew. What necessitated Jeremiah to switch languages in the middle of his prophecy? Did Jeremiah have a specific purpose in using Aramaic? Or, did a later scribe insert the verse in Aramaic? Thus you shall say to them,Continue reading “Why is Jeremiah 10:11 written in Aramaic?”
In this video we begin to look at the Biblical Aramaic portions of the OT. We begin with the smallest portion: Jeremiah 10:11.