Issues in Nehemiah 9

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Jason Hare
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Re: Issues in Nehemiah 9

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You're so right. I do use that style without thinking. יצר הרע and עין הרע and עולם הבא. Now that I think about it, it happens all the time. My mind was just never drawn to it.
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Re: Issues in Nehemiah 9

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Schubert wrote:Jason wrote:
"Are there other examples (outside of Nehemiah)? It looks like it's being used here instead of a vav-consecutive [וַתִּכְרֹת]."
The answer appears to be yes. Gesenius 113z has examples from Genesis onwards.
See how quickly you have become the master? :)
Jason Hare
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Nihil est peius iis, qui paulum aliquid ultra primas litteras
progressi falsam sibi scientiæ persusionem induerunt.

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