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Moreover, a detailed examination and analysis of the M H vocabulary, such as is given below for the verb (§§ 83-102), reveals the fact that the Aram, influence on the M H vocabulary has been exaggerated in the same way as the Aram, influence on the M H grammar. It has been the fashion among writers on the subject to brand as an Aramaism any infrequent Hebrew word which happens to be found more or less frequently in the Aram, dialects. Most of these 'Aramaisms* are as native in Hebrew as they are in Aram.
477. Without "B' . 8. 478. Circumstantial Prepositions 3096 Relative Clauses. . 225 Circumstantial Clauses. Clauses introduced . C by or with . 225 xxxii CONTENTS SECT. PAGE 479. Co-ordination of Circumstantial Clauses (i) without the copula; (ii) with the copula . 225 480. Circumstantial Clause before the Principal Clause 0. . alone; by . 226 combined with other Conjunctions 10. 226 Caxisal C l a n s e s . 481. Introduced by "1 ^^fcrtn . 482. Introduced by . . 227 Conditional Sentences. 483.
Used to say : * Whoever dwells in the Land of Israel, and reads the S^ma* ^ morning and evening, and speaks the Holy tongue, lo he belongs to the world to come,' Sifre, Deut. xxxii. 4 3 ; where certainly ordinary M H must be meant, like that used by R. Meir himself in this dictum. nK^3 r«pK I«30 Hence they said: When a child begins to speak, his father speaks with him in the Holy tongue, and teaches him Torah, ib. Deut. xi. 1 9 : p . ? ) said: in the Land of Israel why the Sursi (Syrian) tongue?
A Grammar of Mishnaic Hebrew by M. H. Segal