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Place horse, stallion (mp: battle, war 1~7~ TT: :,~n,~ cip7t o~o burnt offering. ' (fs) spirit, wind, breath 'i~ fruit 1]~1 Exercise 4 a. Match the words below with the following patterns: (a) qatel, (b) qotel, (c) qinel, (d) qanal, (e) qatol, (f) miqtal. ,::i:::, heavy 14· 13. t;~lp~ tabernacle ''T 7. blind I. ,w ,::i,~ T T- .. 17. r8. W judge 8. 15. 3· 2. n~~ sailor m~ priest :m thief ·9. '1 T ,;,1 great old Ti?.! IO. ,~tv officer 5· holy r6. I I. wii~ l~'T=T- fisherman hungry 4. I]~~ lame 12.

Read out loud the following passage. Then pick out the words . 1 Nouns Lesson V 1. , qll). In some cases, the fact that there are two identical radicals does not pose any problem. For instance, the root of the noun ::i;7 (heart) is obviously ::i::i,. More often than not, however, only two of the three radicals are graphically represented, as in ::27 (heart), the root of which is also ::i::i,. Most geminate nouns with endings are not difficult to recognize, even when the third radical is not actually repeated, because the gemination is ordinarily indicated by a strong diiges (indicating doubling).

If one discounts the plural ending ni- and the -~ as a noun prefix, one is left with the probable root cip. This noun is found on p. 879. ,w, C'itp'~: Discounting the mp ending C'. -, one is left with the form -itp'~· If the ' is a mater, the root is *ilV~. If the ' is not a mater, the root is i'IV' < *iwi. 3). One looks, therefore, under on p. 448. After the verb, an adjective, and other forms, one finds the noun [itp'~] on p. 449, col. ii. The word is in parentheses because that precise form is not attested (although it is the form that one expects); one is told that the noun always appears in the plural.

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