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Mappiq) •>B>n n n = H the book of Chronicles jIWO T U T every place in which Tim mw iiv) or similar is written VI this 71 poor, poor person similar '?! H 1 and, and . . also N~l p'l the book of Leviticus ilr this ilM with this, in this I'JOr pairs (words or phrases united by some feature) "D> masculine gender ]»"pyr small (of small letters) P'yi* p i ] small lettersnw« 39 1 riJJlN ^pr^ETOl N f plOQ *}1D1 flD ^pt 1 tip fjpl* zaqep, 'atnahand end of verse indicates syllable is accented by zaqep, vowel patah is to be pronounced indicates syllable is accented by zaqep, vowel qames is to be pronounced Gen 43:26 Exod 16:34 Lev 14:31 Gen 41:26 Gen 27:37 Job 5:27 Isa 44:14 A SIMPLIFIED GUIDE TO BHS 40 H pi r- zarqâ ', sinnôr or sinnôrît Kpl>i?
In these cases, there is no relationship between the number of servi which may be used and the number of types of servi which may be used. For instance, fbir may have up to four servi, but this does not mean that each one of the four conjunctives listed must be used with each occurrence of fbir. The conjunctives listed may be used in different combinations and permutations. The accent marks found in BHS are somewhat stylized. They resemble but are not always identical in shape to those marks found in the manuscripts.
Accent 3 p . I D ,JD p superfluous, paragogic (having a letter or syllable added to the last word). ) cognomen of Isaac all, the whole noun from the verb so, thus thus written Lev 8:8 Lev 10:16 Isa 30:22 Job 5:27 Lev 14:31 Lev 5:2 Josh 10:24 Jer 33:26 Deut 28:32 A SIMPLIFIED GUIDE TO BHS 42 p ri3 mm 72 2»JlD=rD n ID ,« JD I'lT^i'TO Il'W thus written in all the Pentateuch the binding of Samson (indicates the pericope of the binding of Samson in Judg 15:12). k tib (written) written letter K, written letter 51 The Writings (last of three major divisions of Hebrew Bible, also called Hagiographa) sign of the dative case there is no (other), this word or combination of words does not occur except in this place.