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אֶחָד

one

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גָּדוֹל

great, big, large

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דַּל

poor, weak, needy

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זָקֵן (adj; n)

adj: old
n: elder

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חָכָם

wise, skillful, experienced

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טוֹב

good, pleasant

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יָפֶה

beautiful

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יָשָׁר

upright, just, level, straight

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כֵּן

also לָכֵן or עַל־כֵּן

so, thus

לָכֵן or עַל־כֵּן - therefore

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מְאֹד

very, exceedingly

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מְעַט

little, few

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עַתָּה

now, after all, at last, then

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צַדִּיק

righteous, just, innocent

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קֹ֫דֶשׁ

holiness, something that is holy

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קָדוֹשׁ

holy, set apart

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קָטֹן

small, young, insignificant

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קָרוֹב

near, close

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קָשֶׁה

difficult, hard, severe

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רָחוֹק

distant, remote, far away

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רַב

great, many

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רַע

bad, evil, wicked

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רָשָׁע

wicked, guilty

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שִׁיר

song

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What are the three (3) categories of adjectival usage? Identify and describe.

(1) Attributive; (2) Predicative; (3) Substantive

1. Attributive- adjectives follow the noun and agree is gender, number, and definiteness (or indefiniteness)

2. Predicative - adjectives either proceed or follow the noun and agree in gender and number only. they never take the def. article.

3. Substantive - adjectives used independently as nouns. no modified nouns.

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What is the adjectival directional ending?

Qamets He (e.g. בָּה), which may be added to end of word to express idea of motion toward someone/something. Always unaccented and translated "to" or "toward".

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Hebrew adjectives are inflected to indicate gender and number. What are the four (4) inflected forms?

1. Masculine singular
2. Masculine plural
3. Feminine singular
4. Feminine plural

Endings are same as those for nouns.