Note

Be very careful:

  1. In the niqud:

    1. If the first letter is אָ do not mistake for pattern P-d030.

    2. If the first letter is הָ do not mistake for pattern P-d067. And it may be too a word N-d08 having a guttural or ר for its first letter and preceded by article as in הָאַף, the nose (Dt 9:19)

    3. If the first letter is יָ do not mistake for pattern P-d124.

    4. If the first letter is לָ do not mistake for a word N-d08 having a guttural or ר as its first letter and being preceded by article, as in לָרַב, to the much (Num 33:54)

    5. If the first letter is נָ do not mistake for pattern P-d219.

    6. If the first letter is תָּ do not mistake for pattern P-d292.

  2. In the hasar haniqud:

    1. If the first letter is א, look at every pattern having א for its first letter with two other consonants after it as in P-d001, P-d002, P-d003 and so on.

    2. If the first letter is ה, look at every pattern having ה for its first letter with two other consonants after it as in P-d053, P-d056, P-d057 and so on.

    3. If the first letter is י, look at every pattern having י for its first letter with two other consonants after it as in P-d091, P-d092, P-d093 and so on.

    4. If the first letter is מ, look at every pattern having מ for its first letter with two other consonants after it as in P-d190, P-d191, P-d192 and so on.

    5. If the first letter is נ, look at every pattern having נ for its first letter with two other consonants after it as in P-d207, P-d208, P-d212 and so on.

    6. If the first letter is ת, look at every pattern having ת for its first letter with two other consonants after it as in P-d264, P-d265, P-d266 and so on.

    7. If the last letter is י, look at every pattern having י for its last letter with two other consonants before it as in S-d0655, S-d0656, S-d0657 and so on.

    8. If the last letter is ת, do not mistake for every pattern ending in ת and having two consonants before it as in S-d1563, S-d1567, S-d1568 and so on.

  1. Some nouns, either masculine or feminine, match this pattern in their absolute form.

    Oxytone.

    1. Masculine.

      [Jer 4:17]fieldשָֹדַי / שדי
      [#]worldעָלַם / עלם
      [#]palmtreeתָּמַר / תמר

    2. Feminine.

      [Gen 12:5]Sarai (Abraham's wife)שָֹרַי / שרי
      [Ezr 9:9]Persiaפָּרַס / פרס

  2. Construct form of most words ptr N-t116. Oxytone. Remember: final ה becomes ת

    [Isa 44:12]engraver of ironחָרַשׁ בַּרְזֶל / חרש
    [Exo 35:35]engraver, artificerחָרָשׁ
    [#]screen of T.V.מָסַךְ טֶלֶוִיזְיָה / מסך
    [#]screenמָסָךְ
    [1Sa 1:10](female) bitter of soulמָרַת נָפֶשׁ / מרת
    [Gen 27:34]bitterמָרָה

  3. Vowel variant of ptrs N-t082 and N-t094, used in pause. Paroxytone:

    1. N-t082

      [Isa 47:2]flourקָמַח / קמח
      [Gen 18:6]flourקֶמַח
      [Eze 20:26]wombרָחַם / רחם
      [Exo 13:15]wombרֶחֶם

    2. N-t094:

      [1Sa 1:24]boyנָעַר / נער
      [Gen 37:2]boyנַעַר
      [Psa 96:12]forestיָעַר / יער
      [Ecc 2:6]forestיַעַר

  4. Some adverbs. Oxytone.

    [1Sa 1:14]when??מָתַי? / מתי

  5. Qal perfect, 3rd person singular masculine of a great deal of Hebrew verbs, nearly 80 %. Thus, this is the form with an entrance into dictionaries. For the sake of making things easy one usually translates this form for our Infinitive. Oxytone.

    As for verb קָטַן, be small, be little, look here too.

    [Gen 19:6]to shut (strictly, he shut)סָגַר / סגר
    [Gen 42:4]to send (strictly, he sent)שָׁלַח / שלח
    [Jos 13:10]to reign, to be king (strictly, he reigned)מָלַךְ / מלך

  6. Pi'el Imperative, 2nd person singular masculine of verbs that have at a time a guttural or ר for their middle root consonant and ח or ע for its 3rd or final root consonant.

    Oxytone.

    [#]lessen! (you, male)!גָּרַע! / גרע
    [#]anoint! (you, male)!מָרַח! / מרח

    It seems no sample of this is to be found in the Bible.

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