Saturday, August 20, 2011

Lev 11-12

11.4  unclean...
3238 II. טָמֵא (ṭā∙mē(ʾ)): adj.; ≡ Str 2931; TWOT 809a—1. LN 53.33–53.40 unclean, defiled, i.e., to be ceremonially impure according to a standard set forth (Lev 5:2); 2. LN 28.28–28.56 unit: טָמֵא הַ־ שֵׁם (ṭā∙mē(ʾ) hǎ- šēm)1 infamous, formally, unclean of name, i.e., having a bad reputation as something well known (Eze 22:5); 3. LN 1.79–1.81 unit: אֲדָמָה טָמֵא (ʾǎḏā∙mā(h) ṭā∙mē(ʾ))2 pagan country, formally, an unclean land (Am 7:17)
3239 טָמְאָה (ṭā∙meʾā(h)): n.fem.; ≡ Str 2930; TWOT 809—LN 53.33–53.40 uncleanness, impurity, i.e., defilement and ritually unacceptable according to a standard (Mic 2:10), note: oth parse as qal pf. 3fs. of 3237
Swanson, J. (1997). Dictionary of Biblical Languages with Semantic Domains : Hebrew (Old Testament) (electronic ed.). Oak Harbor: Logos Research Systems, Inc.
11.10  abomination...
†שֶׁ֫קֶץ S8263 TWOT2459a GK9211 n.m. Lv 7:21 detestation, detestable thing;—שׁ׳ of the ceremonially unclean Lv 7:21; creatures forbidden as food: water animals without fins or sclaes 11:10, 11, 12, birds of prey, etc., v 13, winged creeping things v 20, 23, creeping vermin v 11.41, 42 (all P), cf. Is 66:17 ( + בְּשַׂר הַחֲזִיר, הָעַכְבָּר); v. RSSem. i. 275, 2nd ed. 293; K 309 f., 2nd ed. 311 f.—Ez 8:10 read prob. שִׁקּוּצִים, v. שִׁקּוּץ.
Brown, F., Driver, S. R., & Briggs, C. A. (2000). Enhanced Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon (electronic ed.) (1054–1055). Oak Harbor, WA: Logos Research Systems.
11.43  Abomination and unclean seem to be used interchangably.
12.5  but if she bears a female child...  My 21st century mind is trying to understand this.

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