Hebrew & Aramaic Dictionary (Lexicon-Concordance)

#H8850 - #H8853

H8850


  #8850 Pulal

 This form reduplicates the final root syllable and is otherwise
 equivalent to the normal Pual.

 See Pual H8849

—Hebrew Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


H8851


  #8851 Qal

 Qal is the most frequently used verb pattern. It expresses the
 "simple" or "casual" action of the root in the active voice.

 Examples:

  he sat, he ate, he went, he said, he rose, he bought

 This form accounts for 66.7% of the verbs parsed.

—Hebrew Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


H8852


  #8852 Shaphel

 A rare Aramaic (Chaldean) form, this reflects a causative like the
 Hebrew Hiphil, but with a Shin prefixed rather than the usual He.
 It otherwise functions like the Hebrew Hiphil.

 See Hiphil H8818

—Hebrew Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


H8853


  #8853 Tiphel

 A rare Hebrew form, this reflects a causative like the
 Hebrew Hiphil, but with a Tau prefixed rather than the usual He.
 It otherwise functions like the Hebrew Hiphil.

 See Hiphil H8818

—Hebrew Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


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