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Author: SHMUEL BOLOZKY

robbing xamas rob, robbery hani'a motivating henia' move (tr.), motivate Levina brick making Levena brick nesita downward movement nasat move downward psida resorption p.s.d/ hifsid lose SXlxa cover, covering saxax cover (V) zli'a swallowing without zala' swallow without chewing chewing CiCuC

In: Measuring Productivity in Word Formation
Author: Igor Dreer

’s signifiés], not sentences and parts of speech, and in general not anything usually studied under the name of syntax. » (Diver 1980 : 3) The postulation of signals and their invariably paired meanings is motivated by the communicative function of language because a “one form- one meaning” correspondence

In: Sémantique et diachronie du système verbal français
Author: J. H. HOSPERS

that of teaching living languages. And Old Testament He- brew is a dead language, preserved in a limited corpus and, according to Zaborski, Biblical Hebrew should therefore not be instructed as a living language with the aid of the apparatus of a language-Iaboratory, as Keller would have it and here

In: Travels in the World of the Old Testament

of PIE *h2 iu̯-gwih3- ‘life everlasting’, which Weiss (1994) proposes to be the source of Gk. ὑγιής ‘healthy’, Cypriote Gk. <u-wa-i-se/za-ne> ὐϝαις ζαν ‘forever and ever’, Lat. iūgis ‘everflowing’, Av. yauuaējī̆ ‘living forever’, and Goth. ajukdūϸs ‘eternity’. While a reconstructed, underlying

In: The Indo-European Syllable

honorable Westsaxon bishop, who is still living/alive now.’90 While undeniably the first mentioned situation A [ic gedristlæhte þæt ic dorste þis weorc ongynnan] falls into a time span at which the second mentioned situation B [lifigende is] holds true, the basic idea of the time-frame concept (cf. 3

In: The Progressive in Modern English
Author: E.J. van Wolde

indirectly present in the text as a result. In Gen 2-3 God, man, animal and plant belong to the living, but it is only with reference to man that life and death are discussed. Consequently the attention in this section will focus exclusively on the relation between life and death with reference to man

In: A Semiotic Analysis of Genesis 2-3
Author: E.J. van Wolde

subject": it is from this basis that meaning is generated. Dynamic subject and dynamic object do not .exist separately, although the figure may give this impression. As areal living creature the dynamic subject is part of the dynamic object; as a result of previous processes of semiosis this subject

In: A Semiotic Analysis of Genesis 2-3
Author: Hagit Shefer

noun either in combination with an adjective such as seder naxon (correct order) or in a genitive or possessive compound such as seder haxaim (lit. order of life=manner of living) as in (7b). The examples in (7) illustrate a host-class expansion (Himmelmann, 2004: 32) which takes place in the shift

In: Language Dynamics and Change
Author: E.J. van Wolde

earth and watered the entire surface of the earth." There is still the second deficiency: the earth still does not have man. In 2:7 man is created: "Then YHWH God formed man from the dust of the earth and blew the breath of life into his nostrils, and man became a living being." The link between man

In: A Semiotic Analysis of Genesis 2-3

cowsworth’4. Butwhy are these numbers used in our passage?When in a different passage, for instance, we are told that a certain female slave is tessaráboios ‘four cows worth’, then this is a fact of real life, a price made by merchants. 3 Cf. Oettinger 2004: 654f. 4 There is no difference between “cow”, “ox

In: Evidence and Counter-Evidence: Essays in Honour of Frederik Kortlandt, Volume 1