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Suffixes at Qumran

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  • Richard Weis
    10 February, 1996, In addition to Andrew Gross s comments in reply to Mark and Beth LaRocca-Pitts, one might add two things. 1. -hmh is a very common Qumran
    Message 1 of 1714 , Feb 10, 1996
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      10 February, 1996,

      In addition to Andrew Gross's comments in reply to Mark and Beth
      LaRocca-Pitts, one might add two things.

      1. -hmh is a very common Qumran substitute for the suffix -hm. Likewise
      -hnh for -hn, -kmh for -km, etc..

      2. In general, a more up-to-date reference for the grammar of Qumran Hebrew
      than Kutscher is Elisha Qimron's _The Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls_ (HSS,
      29; Atlanta: Scholars, 1986).

      Richard Weis

      New Brunswick Theological Seminary
      rweis@...
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      Message 1714 of 1714 , Feb 4, 1997
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