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אב
אדרגזר
 

BIBLICAL ARAMAIC

[Dn 24b-728; Ezr 48-618, 712-26; Je 1011; Gn 3147aβ.]

Note.—In the case of words common to Biblical Aramaic and Biblical Hebrew the etymological matter already given with the Hebrew words is not repeated here. The sign ‡ is prefixed to all words peculiar to the Biblical Aramaic. In other cases, except where T, or Syr. is mentioned alone, it may be understood that the words occur also in the Aramaic of the Targums and in Syriac, even when this is not expressly stated.

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[32:2] v. nus.

'l' [327? K*”'°"”] n.m. fruit (BH ; 5/ 3:18);— Ef. 3 ms. (Kt H.410) Dn 49.11.]!-

1' vb. perish (BH);-——Pe. Impr 3 mpl. nix: (not a v. Km) Je m" they shall perish, pass away. Eaph.(0Aram.'l:INn Lzb'm Cooke”) destroy: I-mpfl 2 msJQl-‘El'sfi (KW‘) Dn 2"(c.5 pen); 3 mpl. Il'lgli-‘l: v" (indef. subj. ; acc.pers.); Inf; twain} vm‘ (both c5 pers.), n1- 7" (abs.). Koph. (K “'° W C“ m) be destroyed .- Pf. 3 ms. 12"" 7“.

t-lDN (assumed as x/ of foll.; v. p. 3).

1 [3:5 Duo-gags Id'” Mecm] n.m. father (BE 32:) ;_1. lit. father, amt} Dn 5"(V.Behrm )Iufli)’ (K.53,fll) vll.ll.ll.lS v2. 2. pl. fathers, ancestors [mtg D"°'], sf. "flag: 2';1 (Beer 11-, but v. KW), was: Ezr 4“, «at- (Sfr- “3‘50 5"-

n.f. “"2"” stone (BH id.);—al)s.’N Dn 2“+; emph. REM v35;-7—1. a (the) stone Dn 2mu '3 6". 2. stone, material of idols 5"”; of buildings Ezr 5"I 6‘.

(K’m'a) n.f. letter-missive (late BHngéspAmm.nwm,1’alm.xm:xLsz ;— abs/N Ezr 45 (van d. H. 81-); empli.Nl,-1‘§2$4”5“.


WTJ'HN

51 adv. then, thereupon (so Eg. Aram. (8-0 "9‘ H" ‘ l), not SE: the usu. Aram. forms are VTH, tog-c.» , Mand. r‘l‘R-‘l (Na'm) ; from = BH ‘15: (v. T§)+determ. afl‘ix n (as in 13"}, WE ; in Sab.=post-pos. art., Hom “"457: cf. ‘VCG “5), NBGGA I}. [020: ‘1§’ [91$], Prob. from same demonstr. / as "3, N3, “3|, etc., lo, L31, well then, in that case, Eth. 0735le when 2 F3“: now (Di“‘" '”7' 1"7”), Syr. e; (enclitic) but) ;—then, thereupon, Dn 2':"'7"’""""‘s 3“ + , Ezr 49-2“ 5"9 + (alw., exc. Ezr 55, at beg. of sentence, introducing new stage of narrative with some emph.); so c. [21“?! (3 t. Ezr., 26 t. Dn) Dn 214.35.“ 33.I3.19.2L26’ etc” EH42: 52 61; from that time 'l'Ezr 5".

(K ‘57“) n. pr. 1 2th month (BH id.) ;—Ezr 6“.

'l' KW "] n.m. threshing-floor (1 id., Syr; 1522’, cf. Chr-Pal. Schulthm-3; hence Ar. .33l ns loan-word Fran“; conj. on etym. Lag

Gel. Abh. IO Hofi'm LCD 1‘32. 350 2A 1“ (IM). 2M) . __ , . cstr. DfE'W‘M Dn 2:“.

I1" nan. counsellor (Pers. loan- word = andhré’aghar N6 00" D“ 3'" Tm" “’ Andr I m ‘ Str“z "‘ Dr Scheft'L”; Mey m‘" “'5 questions, and thinks military title);——pl. emph. NEHJ'M I )n 33".