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Phonology and Morphology of Biblical Hebrew
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AbbreviationsPublisher's Foreword1. Introduction1.1. Linguistics: Historical, Comparative, Synchronic1.2. A Short Description of Biblical Hebrew1.3. Dialect Diversity in Biblical Hebrew1.4. The Later History of Hebrew1.5. Biblical Hebrew and Semitic1.6. A Family-Tree Model for Semitic1.7. A Wave Model for Semitic1.8. Afro-Asiatic1.9. Sound Shifts and Relative Chronology1.10. Etymology and Sound Shifts1.11. Change in Language1.12. Reconstruction of Proto-Semitic Forms1.13. Internal Reconstruction1.14. Exceptions to Sound Shifts, Real and Apparent1.15. Analogy1.16. Sound Shifts, Analogy, and Exceptions1.17. Loan Words, 'Weak' Phonetic Change, and Pseudo-Corrections1.18. Conflicts of Function and Language Change1.19. Assimilation, Dissimilation, Metathesis1.20. Divisions of the Study of Language2. Phonetics2.1. Introduction2.2. Consonants and Vowels2.3. Duration2.4. Place of Articulation2.5. Resonance Chamber2.6. Voiced and Unvoiced2.7. Emphatics2.8. Summary of the Consonants2.9. Stress and Syllabification3. Phonology3.1. Introduction3.2. Hebrew and the Proto-Semitic Consonants3.3. The Consonants of Hebrew3.4. The Semi-Consonants3.5. The Vowels of Hebrew4. Morphology4.1. Introduction4.2. Pronouns4.3. Verbs4.4. The Noun4.5. Remarks on the Numerals5.1. Remarks on Prepositions5.2. Remarks on Connective and Conversive WawParadigmsBibliographyIndex of AuthorsIndex of Scripture CitationsIndex of Topics

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