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Gr. ) 17. Gn. 3,6 pf. 3. f. sg. Zxdlad, 11 2. m. (Gr. , 254). Ex. 24,11 s ptc. pass. for active. H negative Ex. 20,16 k. (H) god Dt. ) as D, Ps. P ~ H ! w. im if not Am. 3,3 c. (Gr. 156) m. I) god Ex. zo,3, Dt. 10,17 d,k, 2) God, in Gza. w. , s w. sere, n w. segol. In p$&ii j spells consistently without s b w a . Ps. p5x, s. Y9. (Gr. 241, cf. 238) ns Gza. L I) in a restrictive sense but, only Dt. I O , I ~ ,2) after negative statement but, except 16,6, Is. 1,21 f,, Am. 3,7, 3) w. im if not 3f.
Gr. 220, cf. H 7 9 ~ how ) Is. 1,21. (Gr. 174) m. tree. (Gr. 140) fear Dt. II,25. (H) it is not Is. 2,7 C. (Gr. 108, cg. mt) there islwas. W. la- denoting possession he has Ex. 24,14. (Gr. -Inf. xal Gn. 1,29, h ~ Dt. , inf. abs. me'x&l Gn. z,16 (Gr. 279). Ptc. for imperfective cstr. pl. (who) e. g and 17 : Ps. , Neo. 313 pf. w. ptc. for past imperfective (everybody who) +>x ;n;r was eating (from it). Impf, for jussive-future tZxul (Gr. ) you may e. 2 : Ps. , (on the day) you e. 5 , you shall e.
3,17n error (Gr. 109). 4,15 with nominal sentence with infinitive lest anyone . . should kill him. bdellium, a type of odorous resin Gn. z,12, in haste Dt. 16~3. (related to H ma) Ithpe. t o be put to shame impf. tibbahdan Is. 1,29, f f~n334~! (Gr. ).