Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar

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D. Appleton & Company, 1846 - Hebrew language - 409 pages
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Contents

Character and Value of the several Vowels
42
Of the HalfVowels and the SyllableDivider Shva
48
Signs which affect the Reading of Consonants
50
Daghesh Lene
51
Mappiq and Raphe
52
Of the Accents ibid
53
Mappiq and Methegh
55
Qeri and Kthibh
56
Changes of Consonants
57
Doubling of Consonants
59
Aspiration and the Removal of it by Daghesh Lene
61
Peculiarities of the Gutturals
62
Of the Feebleness of the Breathings K and n
65
Changes of the Feeble Letters 1 and
67
Unchangeable Vowels
69
Of Syllables and their Influence on the Quantity of Vowels
70
Changes of Vowels especially in Respect to their Quantity
73
Rise of New Vowels and Syllables
77
Of the Tone Changes of the Tone and of the Pause
78
terals
81
Of Grammatical Structure 8 1
85
Of the Pronoun 32 Of the Personal or Separate Pronoun
86
Suffix Pronoun
88
The Demonstrative Pronoun
90
The Relative Pronoun
92
The Interrogative and Indefinite Pronouns
93
Of the Regular Verb
97
In General
98
Preterite of Kal and its Inflexion
99
Of the Infinitive
101
Of the Imperative
102
Of the Future and its Inflexion
103
Lengthening and Shortening of the Future and Imperative Jus sive and Cohortative Forms
105
b Preterite and Future with Vav Convereive
107
Of the Participle
109
B Derived Conjugations 50 Niphal
110
Piel and Pual
112
Hiphil and Hophal
114
Hithpael
117
Unusual Conjugations
118
Quadriliterals
120
In General ibid 57 The Suffix of the Verb
121
The Preterite with Pronominal Suffixes
123
Section Page II Of the Irregular Verb A Verbs with Gutturals
124
In General 126
125
Verbs Pe Guttural E g las to stand Parnd D 127
129
B Contracted Verbs 65 Verbs fo E g tiJJ to approach Parad H
130
Verbs 93 E g 330 Parad G
132
Feeble Verbs Verba Quiescentm 67 Feeble Verbs KB E g bsK to eat Parad I
135
Feeble Verbs First Class or Verbs originally t E g 335 to dwell Parad K
136
Feeble Verbs B Second Class or Verbs properly B E g 30 to be good Parad L
139
Verbs ib Third Class or Contracted Verbs ib
140
Feeble Verbs V E g Dip to rise up Parad M ibid 72 Verbs iS E g pa to discern Parad N
143
Verbs Kb E g Kxa to find Parad O
145
Verbs rib E g nb to reveal Parad P
146
Verbs doubly anomalous
151
Relation of the Irregular Verbs to one another
152
Defective Verbs
153
Of the Noun 78 General View
154
Of Forms which mark the Gender of Nouns
155
Derivation of Nouns
157
Primitive Nouns
158
Paradigms of Masculine Nouns
177
VowelChanges in the Formation of Feminine Nouns
184
Paradigms of Feminine Nouns
185
Numerals I Cardinal Numbers
189
Numerals II Ordinal Numbers 193
192
General View
193
Adverbs
195
Prepositions
196
Prefix Prepositions
197
Preposition with Suffixes and with the Plural Form
198
Conjunctions
201
Interjections
202
Syntax of the Noun 104 Relation of the Substantive to the Adjectiveof the Abstract to the Concrete
204
Use of the Genders
205
Of the Plural and of Collective Nouns
208
Use of the Article
211
Ditto
213
Ditto
214
The Substantive with the Adjective
215
Of Apposition
216
Of the Genitive ibid
217
Expression of the Genitive by Circumlocution
218
Farther Use of the Construct State
219
Expression of the other Cases
220
Use of the Accusative
221
Modes of expressing the Comparative and Superlative
222
Syntax of the Numerals
223
Chapter II Syntax of the Pronoun 119 Use of the Personal Pronoun
225
Of the Demonstrative and Interrogative Pronouns
228
Relative Pronoun and Relative Clauses
229
Mode of expressing those Pronouns for which the Hebrew has no Proper Forms
231
Syntax of the Verb 123 Use of the Tenses in General
232
The use of the Preterite
233
Use of the Future
236
Use of the Lengthened and Shortened Future Cohortative and Jussive
239
Section Pag 126b Use of the Future with Vav Conversive
240
Of the Imperative
242
12S Use of the Infinitive Absolute
243
Infinitive Construct
246
Connexion of the Infinitive Construct with Subject and Object
247
Use of the Participle
249
Construction of the Participle
250
Expression of the Optative
251
Verbs with the Accusative
253
Verbs with two Accusatives
255
Verbs with Prepositions
256
Conslructio Pragmas ibid 139 Construction of two Verbs to express one Idea
257
Construction of Passive Verbs
259
Connexion of the Subject with the Predicate 141 Manner of expressing the Copula
261
Arrangement of Words in a Sentence Case Absolute
262
Relation of the Subject and Predicate in respect to Gender and Number
263
Ditto
265
Construction of Compound Subjects
266
Use of the Particles 146 In General
267
Of the Adverbs
268
Construction of Adverbs
270
Of Interrogative Words and Sentences
272
Of the Prepositions
274
Of the Conjunctions
279
Of the Interjections
283
Infinitive Imperative and Participle with Suffixes ibid
60
List of the Irregular Nouns
94

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