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The Semantic Field of &#1506&#1513&#1514 in the Hebrew Bible

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It is argued that all occurrences of &#1506&#1513&#1514 in the HB fall in the semantic field &#147think/consider,&#148 akin to the Aramaic &#1506&#1513&#1514. In Jer v 28 &#1506&#1513&#1495&#1491 should be understood as &#147they thought (highly) of themselves&#148 and in Ez xxvii 19 &#1506&#1513&#1493&#1514 refers to &#147thoughtfully (produced iron),&#148 or &#147worked iron,&#148 in which case &#1506&#1513&#1493&#1514 is derived from &#1506&#1513&#1514. In Cant v 14 &#1506&#1513&#1514 is the defectiva form of &#1506&#1491&#1513&#1491&#1514 (root &#1506&#1513&#1492), and thus unrelated to &#1506&#1513&#1514.

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2007-06-01
2016-12-09

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