Verb Stems:Meaning

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Verb Stems:Meaning
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2013-04-30 11:08:31
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Hebrew Verbs
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Breakdown of Stem Meanings
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  1. Qal
    Simple/Active. Qal verbs are primarily active invoice. The Qal stem exhibits simple action.
  2. Niphal
    Simple/Passive or Reflexive. The Niphal is the passive (or reflexive) of the Qal. It is used to express simple action with either a passive or reflexive voice.
  3. Piel
    Intensive/Active. The Piel stem is sometimes used to express an intensive type of action with an active voice.
  4. Pual
    Intensive/Passive. The Pual is the passive of the Piel. The Pual stem is used to express an intensive type of action with a passive voice.
  5. Hiphil
    Causative/Active. The Hiphil stem is used to express causative action with an active voice.
  6. Hophal
    Causative/Passive. The Hophal is the passive of the Hiphil. The Hophal stem is used to express causative action with a passive voice.
  7. Hithpael
    Intensive/Reflexive. The Hithpael stem is used to express an intensive type of action with are flexive (or passive) voice.

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