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D. Lys, Notes sur le Cantique

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This chapter describes certain passages from the Song of Solomon, whose meaning is difficult to elucidate. In paronomasia two words that sound almost the same are placed close to each other, but they can despite their resemblance precisely express a great contrast. Paronomasia is not absent from the song. The portion of the Song that best resisted the interpreters probably vi 12 trucks with Ammi-nâdhîbh. The crux of the Song is 17 ii with "Mountains bether". The Arabic equivalent indicates the navel or cord, but also a valley. The original context of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Ammi-nâdhîbh; Paronomasia; Song of Solomon



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