D.S.S: Notes 06.06: Aleph and “He” endings added


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INTRODUCTORY NOTES SECTION 06.06:

Aleph and “he” are often interchanged by the Q scribe. The word for call (“qara’ “) has a final aleph.) The Q scribe spells this word with “he” as often as he does with aleph. Aleph is sometimes appended to the end of a word where it is unnecessary and where it makes an extra open syllable and also very frequently “he” is added to the end of words which do not need the open syllable that is created thereby. This may be Aramaic influence since Aramaic has alep frequently the ending to most nouns and thus the Q scribe seems to have an Aramaic “accent.” Addition of aleph and superfluous “he”[1]SEE: http://www.moellerhaus.com/qum-53.htm#aleph is illustrated best on page 53 under “Q Scribal Spelling” and in notes under “Variations.” See an example aleph as a probable Aramaic addition by the scribe adding “he” in hayah in page 4[2]SEE: http://www.moellerhaus.com/qum-4.htm#alephend

Aleph is also added very regularly to conjunctions and prepositions and other negative particles for euphonic and not grammatical reasons. We have called this an “Aramaic accent.” Thus “kiy” (because) “miy” (who) “lo” (to him) ‘liy” (to me) “bo” (in him) “biy” (in me) and other similar words have aleph added. This is sometimes confusing since the forms for “to him” (“lo’ “) and not (“lo’ “) are identical. To view a page where there are many aleph additions including one that illustrates the last comment see page 53[3]SEE: http://www.moellerhaus.com/qum-53.htm#aleph. Another example of addition of Aleph and “he”[4]SEE: http://www.moellerhaus.com/qum-37.htm#aleph can be found on page 37 under Scribal Spelling.

Aleph as a semi vowel Aleph is used as a semi vowel but is more rare. See an interesting use of Aleph as a vowel preceding waw thus making plain the consonentalvalue of waw in that place on page 1.[5]SEE: http://www.moellerhaus.com/qum-1.htm#asemi  Appended “he” is more often added to indicate an open syllable but in some cases when “he” is the final suffix to be pronounced “ha” the aleph may be added to indicate that sound. For an example see page 24[6]SEE: http://www.moellerhaus.com/qum-24.htm#aleph

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Original source: Introductory Page[7]SEE: http://www.ao.net/~fmoeller/qum-intr.htm

Original source: Aleph and “He” endings added [8]SEE Original: http://www.moellerhaus.com/qum-intr.htm#Aleph and he

References

1, 3 SEE: http://www.moellerhaus.com/qum-53.htm#aleph
2 SEE: http://www.moellerhaus.com/qum-4.htm#alephend
4 SEE: http://www.moellerhaus.com/qum-37.htm#aleph
5 SEE: http://www.moellerhaus.com/qum-1.htm#asemi
6 SEE: http://www.moellerhaus.com/qum-24.htm#aleph
7 SEE: http://www.ao.net/~fmoeller/qum-intr.htm
8 SEE Original: http://www.moellerhaus.com/qum-intr.htm#Aleph and he

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