Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar
Courier Corporation, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 598 pages
"Stands alone as the definitive reference work on Hebrew grammar." — Ancient Hebrew Studies Center
For almost a century, Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar has proven to be one of the most comprehensive works on Hebrew, covering all aspects of the language, including historical background, pronunciation, etymology, syntax, and sentence structure. Generally recognized as the most useful and authoritative reference grammar for Biblical Hebrew, the text includes indices of Hebrew words, subjects, and Biblical passages as well as an extremely valuable appendix listing paradigms.
An indispensable resource for students and translators, Gesenius' book remains the most usable reference grammar for classical Hebrew.
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absol according accusative adjective analogy apocopated apodosis Arabic Aramaic Baer Barth clause closed syllable connexion consonant constr Dagei deﬁnite Delitzsch dittography e. g. Gn ending especially examples express feminine ﬁnal ﬁnally ﬁnd ﬁrst syllable frequently genitive ground-form guttural Hebr Hebrew Hiph‘il imperative inﬁn inﬁnitive absolute inﬁnitive construct inﬂuence jussive language lengthened letters masc masculine Masora meaning Niph‘al Noldeke noun noun-clause occurs open syllable original Paradigm participle passive Pathah pause penultima perf perfect consecutive plur plural preceding predicate preﬁxed preposition probably pronoun prop protasis Qames Qeré regarded relative clauses second syllable Seghol Semitic Semitic languages sense sentence short vowel simple singular sometimes stem strong verb substantive sufﬁxes suﬁix suﬂix thou tone tone-syllable triliteral verbal verbs verse word Yodh ZDMG