Yes.Isaac Fried wrote: ↑Wed Nov 25, 2020 10:08 am Jason wroteThey are written the same way:It's the difference between ḥoḵ|mâ "wisdom" (silent sheva closing the first syllable) and ḥā|ḵə|mấ "she was wise" (mobile sheva opening the next syllable, representing a reduced vowel: ḥa|ḵá|mat > ḥa|ḵə|má > ḥā|ḵə|mấ).
חָכְמָה, 'She became wise'
but have a different genealogy, leading to different readings?
Isaac Fried, Boston University
(1) They mean different things. (2) They are different words. (3) They are different word types (noun vs. verb). (4) They are read differently.