A short grammar of Biblical Aramaic
This standard grammar book of biblical Aramaic, used by students at many seminaries and universities, is the only one to include graded exercises at the close of each of its twenty lessons.
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INTRODUCTION TO BIBLICAL ARAMAIC
Classification of Aramaic Languages and Dialects
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_ for _ accent and loss active participle adjective Aleph anann Aramaic languages Ayin Laryngeal Ayin Yodh Biblical Aramaic biconsonantal characteristic vowel class of doubly class of verbs consonant copula derived conjugations doubled doubly weak verbs emphatic final vowel formations Geminate class Haphel and Aphel haphel—to Hishtaphal Hithpaal hithpaal—to Hithpeel hollow verbs Hophal Imperative independent personal pronoun Infinitive irregularities jussive Kethib Lamedh He class Lamedh Laryngeal Laryngeal and Lamedh Laryngeal verbs loss of final masc mater lectionis metathesis nan?nn nana naronn Noun Classes Noun Types occur in BA Pael pael—to passive participle Peal perfect Peil person feminine singular person masculine singular plural preformative pronominal suffix Proto-Semitic qatil Qere regular strong resh seghol Semitic languages shewa sing sole occurrence stative strong verb suffix syllable third person feminine third person masculine Translate the following triconsonantal usually verb of BA Vocabulary xaVa