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Der Jüdisch-Christliche Gestaltwandel Der Tradition Als Philologisches Phänomen

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The different evolution of language usage for one and the same problem of delay, in that double-labeled Masoretic and Septuagint approach is found. The evolution is not only phenomenon limited by various theological factors, but also serves as a linguistic in its beginnings and origins. This chapter provides a view at the role of verbs in the Semitic language that the transitive relation in the sense of 'delay' added belongs essentially to the moderately intensive stem of the root. For this particular linguistic background it is clear that the transitive relation of verbs common Semitic coincides broadly with the intensive education. In fact, the lexicographical findings are actually unique. A thought to an appropriate language structure stays at the side to give the necessary communication skills. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: language usage; lexicographical findings; Masoretic and Septuagint approach; Semitic language; theological factors; transitive relation



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