A Short Grammar of Biblical Aramaic by Alger F. Johns

By Alger F. Johns

This normal grammar booklet of biblical Aramaic, utilized by scholars at many seminaries and universities, is the single one to incorporate graded workouts on the shut of every of its twenty classes.

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An? - Imperative ana an? ^ Act. Part. an? anaa anana anaa anpB^a Pass. Part a-na ana? - In any of the second root consonants with an / vowel, a sere is frequently found, but the / may as frequently be retained (see I H ) . n; etc. Because the characteristic vowel in this position in Proto-Semitic is usually an a in the perfect, the appearance of an / vowel is generally regarded as an analogical extension from the imperfect (see Lesson V, sec. 2). The characteristic vowel of the second root consonant of the imperfect of derived conjugations in Proto-Semitic is an /.

An-^; (plural) ]-an; (B) Peil: uniformly regular, except when found with the conjunction i. (C) Hithpeel: the yodh causes no irregularities,—all irregularities that occur are on account of the laryngeal. ) an-n- an-nn; (plural) pan-n? ) an-pa nan-iia; (plural) ]-an::na (D) Ithpaal: the sole attested form is irregular because the laryngeal cannot be doubled and the preceding vowel is lengthened in compensation for the lack of doubling by the » (see I 8 b). Perfect: (plural) lB»-nx 7. Verbs Pe Yodh and Lamedh Laryngeal: Most of the irregularities which occur in both the Pe Yodh class and in the Lamedh Laryngeal class occur in this class of doubly weak verbs.

Present: '^3 pirip. pnVx rn'T''7 n S T njx "1 know t h a t the spirit of the holy gods is in y o u " (Dan. 4:6[9]). Future: nsb T^TTi": Kjatp-Va ninn niaVa n sniani wpV^i nniaVai pi'Vy " a n d the kingdom and the dominion and the greatness of the kingdoms under all the heavens will be given t o t h e people of the saints of the Most H i g h " ( D a n . 7:27). Nl n s T " b u t you, his son, O Belshazzar, have not humbled your heart, although you have known all t h i s " (Dan. 5:22). Pluperfect: "la pBin i s n a w ?

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