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Verb, 38: its syntax, 106-116: its government, 117-121 : weak verbs, 41, 66-76, relation to one another, 77 : verbs middle e and 0, 43 : deri- vative, see Conjugations : denomi- native, 38 c, d, 43 c (in Qal), 51 g (Niph.), 52 h (Pi.), 53 9 (Hiph.), 54 i (Hithp.) : transitive and in- transitive, 43, 117 M, fl: v?ith suffixes, 57-61 : doubly weak, 76 : N'!? and n"7 confused, 75 nn-rr: defective, 78 : verba induendi et exuendi, 117 y : copiae et inopiae, 117 s, aa: with prepositions, 119: primitive '• retained exceptionally in verbs n"7, 75 u, v, x, dd, gg (end), cf. 29 t : verbs r"^, 65 n, 75 b (end) : verbs V '!?, 75 &, v, kk, nouns derived from, 84" c (e),/ (end), g (end), 93 z. Verbal clauses, 140 b, c, 142 : relative, i55/-»i- Verbal ideas subordinated to a verb, 120 o-c: co-ordinated with a verb, 120 d-h. Verbal suffixes with prepositions (rare), 103 d. Verse arrangement of poetic passages, 2 r (end). Vocalization of the text, "J k,i: Baby- lonian, 8 gr N, 103 m N. Vocative with and without the arti- cle, 126/. Vowel-letters, 7 b-g, 8 h-m. Vowel-signs or points, 7 h, i, 8-10. Vowels, 7 : influenced by the nature of the syllable, 26 : firm or un- changeable, 25 : changes in them as regards quantity, 27 : impure, 25 c N : protonic, p. 86 n*, § 102 f-i,

c. 

Waw consecutive, § 49 a, 6, before N in 1st pers. impf. Pi. with ano- malous pathah, 49 c, with the perfect, 49 h-l, with the imperfect, 49 c-g : copulative, punctuation of,

d-g : wawapodosis introducing 

the predicate, 143 d : explicative, 154 a N (b) : concomitantiae, 154 a N (&) : adaequationis, 161 a n. See also under Perfect and Imperfect. Weak consonants, 6 s : K and H , 23 : 1 and ', 24. Weak verbs, 41, 66-76 : their relation to one another, 77: relation be- tween t<"7 and n"^, 75 nn-rr. Weakening (or softening) of conso- nants, 19 0. Wish, expressed by simple impf., 107 n: by cobortative, 108 (with N3, 108 c) : by jussive, 109 (with W, 109 b), by imperative, 110 a : by perf, consec, 112 aa: by a noun- clause, 116 rN, 1419': by p, 151 a: by ]r> ■»», 151 b-d: by DK, ^b, "^HK, 151 e. Writing, Semitic, ik,l: old Hebrew, 2 rf, i, 5 a : its origin, 5 g. Zenjirii, inscriptions, i in, 32 k n.