Jod sentence example

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  • Brjod (to speak), pronounced jod, is cognate to the Burmese pyauhtso, the Garo brot, &c. The word for " cowries " is gron- in written, rum- in spoken Tibetan, and grwa in written Burmese; slop (to learn), spoken lop, is slop in Melam.
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  • the glide between i and another vowel as in bcch=diya - is never represented, there was no occasion to use the Phoenician Jod in a double function.
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  • As we have seen, it is a tendency in northern Semitic to open the heads of letters, and therefore it is possible that the Sabaean form for Jod Q may be'older 4 than the Phoenician Similarly if Pe means mouth, Hommel is right in contending that the Sabaean p is more like the object than the Phoenician, ), if we suppose the form, like or the Phoenician W and for the Phoenician VI,, turned through an angle of 90°.
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  • As we have seen, it is a tendency in northern Semitic to open the heads of letters, and therefore it is possible that the Sabaean form for Jod Q may be'older 4 than the Phoenician Similarly if Pe means mouth, Hommel is right in contending that the Sabaean p is more like the object than the Phoenician, ), if we suppose the form, like or the Phoenician W and for the Phoenician VI,, turned through an angle of 90°.
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  • Transposing verses 5, 6, and correcting their text, we see that the Jod stanza (verses 3, 4) precedes the Lamed (verses 6, 5), Caph having disappeared between them.
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