12 Matching Annotations
  1. Mar 2017
    1. כ

      Example: 1KI 1:21 כִּשְׁכַ֥ב אֲדֹנִֽי־הַמֶּ֖לֶךְ עִם־אֲבֹתָ֑יו Literal: "like sleeping my lord the king with his fathers" smooth ULB: "when my master the king sleeps with his fathers"

    2. The clause often begins with

      Either the clause begins with bet or kaf, or the bet or kaf is prefixed to the infinitive construct.

    3. For example, in JER 2:17 עזבך את-יהוה the pronoun is doing the action, “your abandoning YHWH.” But in RUT 1:16 לעזבל לשוב מאחריך the pronoun is receiving the action, “to abandon you, to turn from following you.”

      These two examples should be under the heading of "With pronominal suffixes".

      First example: pronominal suffix functions as subject (is doing the action). Second example: pronominal suffix functions as object (is receiving the action).

      Also, need vocalized text.

    4. Form: The form of the infinitive absolute is identical to that of the masculine singular imperative.

      The infinitive construct does change its form depending on stem (Qal, Niphal, Piel, etc.), but it does not change its form for masculine or feminine, singular or plural, or first, second, or third person.

    5. אֲכָלְךָ֥

      This is also an example with a pronominal suffix.

    6. when

      Literally: "in day"

    7. (this is rare)

      relative frequency not in the title

    8. לְהַכְעִיסֽוֹ

      a phrase?

    9. describing an event which is about to happen, following ל

      "Near future"

      The Lamed is prefixed to Babel, not the infinitive.

    10. obeying is better than sacrifice (literally, to obey than sacrifice good)

      Literal: "Obeying than sacrifice good" smooth (ULB): "Obedience is better than sacrifice".

    11. following ל

      "With prefix Lamed" should be a master-heading with all the different nuances as subheadings.

    12. Verbal noun