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Root Letters
Lesson 5
Hebrew verbs are built upon
a three-letter root
erz
To locate a Hebrew word in a
lexicon, it is necessary to know
these three letters.
w obkv b5
Verbs with “missing letters”
are known as
hollow root verbs.
twm
tm
The three letter root is
designated by the Hebrew
letters l e p
p is the 1st radical
e is the 2nd radical
l is the 3rd radical
Lamed =
3rd radical
Ayin =
2nd radical
P
Pey =
1st radical
P
3
2
1
n/p verb means the
word starts with a n
A
n
The n is in the 1st or p position
y/p verb means the
word starts with a y
A
y
The y is in the 1st or p position
A
w/e verb means the
middle letter is w
m
The w is in the 2nd or e position (II-vav)
A
h/l verb means the word
ends with a h
h
The h is in the 3rd or l position
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