By C. L. Seow
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I. On p. 6 56 col. i, one sees 1]~913 and its defective form listed three times. The first ("I. ]). The parentheses indicate that there is no clear evidence from the contexts that the noun is masculine, but the gender is conjectured to be masculine (presumably because the form is unmarked for gender, and the plural is masculine in form). ). The third ("II I. ). : This form is not difficult. cx). The -'O must be a prefix. The root is ;,Jp. It turns out that there are, according to BDB, two roots ;,Jp.
This form is not difficult. cx). The -'O must be a prefix. The root is ;,Jp. It turns out that there are, according to BDB, two roots ;,Jp. i? appears after "I ;"IJji" (meaning "get, acquire"). : The ;,T - ending is obviously a marker of the feminine. l'O. vii). l'O (p. 594). Thus, the -'D must be a prefix. l. ,,-,,n :i1ir-i: This form is a bit tricky. cx). Since neither '';,in nor is attested, the third possibility must be correct. i). The latter is correct. The root is ;"IJ:::2. 1: Since n'.
Under the root nn::2 we find the noun n~, which is regularly taken as masculine, but apparently is regarded as feminine in Isa 5: 1 o. The plural of this noun is C'f:l~, we are told. One should also note that the noun is listed as "I I. n~;· although there is no other noun n~ subsumed under this root.