Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar: Revised and Enlarged on the Basis of the Twenty-fifth German Edition of E. Kautzsch

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Contents

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Pronunciation and Division of Consonants
25
The Vowels in General VowelLetters and VowelSigns
30
The VowelSigns
32
Character and Value of the several Vowels
38
Its Form and Signification
43
Perfect of Qăl and its Inflection
44
The HalfVowels and the SyllableDivider Shwa
45
The Imperative of Ql
46
The Imperfect of Qăl and its Inflection
47
Shortening and Lengthening of the Imperfert and Imperative
48
Signs which affect the Reading of Consonants 12 Dāghēsh in General and Dāghēsh fort in Particular 13 Dāghēsh Le d 14 Măppiq and Rāph
50
The Accents
51
Peculiarities and Changes of Letters the Syllables
58
where it occurs and where
65
Changes of the Feeble Letters 1
73
Changes of Vowels pecially in Respect to ntity
80
Məqqēph and Mthgh 17 Qr and Kthibh
82
49
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Grammatical Structure
97
The Relative Pronoun
105
50
120
Jussive and Cohortative Forms
122
51
126
Perfect and Imperfect with Ww Consecutire 50 The Participle of Ql
127
B Derived Conjugations
128
55
134
Nỉphx1 52 Prēl and Pŭă 53 Hiphil and Hpha1
135
57
136
Hithpae1 55 Rarer Conjugations
140
Quadriliterals 128 131 134 138 140
142
In General 58 Pronominal Suffixes of the Verb
145
The Perfect with Pronominal Suffixes
147
Imperfect with Pronominal Suffixes
149
B Contracted Verbs Page 9 66 Verbs Pē Nn b E g was to approach Parad H
159
Verbs Ayin doubled vv E g 330 to surrouni Parad G
161
Weakest Verbs Verba Quiescentia
167
68 Verbs xD E g Boş to eat Parad I
173
Verbs D Third Class or Contracted Verbs
174
In General
180
Infinitive Imperative and Participle with the Suffixes 143 143
193
Verbs s E g Dup to rise up Parad M
194
Relation of the weak Verbs to one another 78 Defective Verbs 174 175 o
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CHAPTER III
197
Forms which mark the Gender of Nouns
198
Derivation of Nouns
200
Primitive Nouns
201
Verbal Nouns in General
202
a simple stems 84 Nouns derived from 6 augmented stems
203
Nouns with consonantal additions 86 Denominative Nouns 87 Of the Plural
226
Of the Dual 89 The Genitive and the Construct State 90 Traces of Ancient CaseEndings Paragogic Letters 91 The Noun with Pronominal Suffixes ...
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Inflections of Masculine Nouns
230
VowelChanges in the Formation of Feminine Nouns 95 Inflections of Feminine Nouns
243
The Perfect with Waw Consecutive
295
The Infinitive Absolute
305
The Infinitive Construct
313
The Participle
323
Verbs with the Accusative
329
147
333
Loose Relation of the Accusative with the Verb
340
Verbs governing Verbal Ideas Coordination and Subordi
353
II
359
149
361
The Plural and Collective Nouns
365
The Definiteness of Nouns
373
Determination by means of a following Genitive
381
Further Use of the Construct State
389
150
392
Apposition
397
Construction of Substantive with Adjective
400
Comparison of Adjectives
402
Syntax of the Numerals
405
SYNTAX OF THE PRONOUN 135 The Personal Pronoun
410
The Demonstrative Pronoun
415
The Interrogative Pronoun
416
The Relative Pronoun
417
Expression of Pronominal Ideas by means of Substantives
421
In General
423
The Nominal Sentence
424
The Verbal Sentence
429
The Compound Sentence
432
Peculiarities in representing the Subject in Verbal Sentences
434
Relations of Subject and Predicate in Gender and Number
438
Construction of the Compound Subject
443
Incomplete Sentences
445
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448
Oaths and Asseverations
449
Interrogative Sentences
450
Verbs Pē D Guttural E g 7 to stand Parad D
454
Negative Sentences
455
Verbs Xyin 39 Guttural E g bruto slaughter Pa rad E 155
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Limited and Expansive Sentences
462
Relative Clauses
464
Circumstantial Clauses
467
Object Clauses
470
Causal Clauses
471
Conditional Clauses
472
Concessive Clauses
479
Disjunctive Clause
480
Adversative and Exceptive Clauses
481
Temporal Clauses
482
Final Clauses
484
Result Clauses
486
Index of Subjects
489
Index of Texts illustrated or cited
496
Index of Hebrew words or letters explained or cited
530

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