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Archaic features of Canaanite personal names in the Hebrew Bible /

Scott C. Layton.

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Main Author: Layton, Scott C.
Published: Atlanta, Ga. : Scholars Press, ©1990.
Series: Harvard Semitic monographs ; no. 47.
Topics: Names in the Bible. | Names, Personal - Canaanite. | Canaanite language - Inflection. | Names in the Bible. | Names, Personal - Canaanite. | Canaanite language - Inflection. | Noms dans la Bible. | Cananéen (Langue) - Flexion. | Noms de personnes cananéens. | Altkanaanäisch | Kanaanäische Sprachen | Name | Personenname | Name. | Bibel
Regions: Kanaan
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I. Introduction -- 1. Language, proper names, and archaic features -- 2. Methodology -- 3. Sources for the study of West Semitic PNN -- II. The nominative case ending -u -- 1. Early West Semitic -- 2. Canaanite -- 3. Canaanite PNN in the Hebrew Bible -- 4. Late West Semitic PNN (extrabiblical) -- 5. Summary -- III. The hireq compaginis -- 1. Early West Semitic -- 2. Canaanite -- 3. Canaanite PNN in the Hebrew bible -- 4. Late West Semitic PNN (extrabiblical) -- 5. Summary -- IV. Mimation and enclitic -m -- 1. Early West Semitic -- 2. Canaanite -- 3. Canaanite PNN in the Hebrew Bible -- 4. Late West Semitic PNN (extrabiblical) -- 5. Summary -- V. The feminine morpheme 'at -- 1. Early West Semitic -- 2. Canaanite -- 3. Canaanite PNN in the Hebrew Bible -- 4. Late West Semitic PNN (extrabiblical) -- 5. Summary -- VI. Conclusions -- 1. The nominative case vowel -u -- 2. The hireq compaginis -- 3. Enclitic -m -- 4. The feminine morpheme -at -- 5. Synthesis -- Appendix: The feminine morpheme -(a)y.

Table of Contents for: Archaic features of Canaanite personal n