Hebrew Geminates (was: The status of the glottal stop in Hebrew)
|From:||Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, July 7, 2004, 20:02|
On Jul 6, 2004, at 11:32 AM, Outo Otus wrote:
> Sorry to bother you again, but do modern Hebrew speakers pronounce the
> germinate consonants?
I'm pretty sure they don't pronounce geminated consonants as such.
But, let's just wait until Dan enlightens us with his more extensive
"Matters deteriorated even further during the reign of Alexander
Yannai, who used Greek soldiers against Jewish rebels, crucifying
dozens of them, and conducting a merciless war against the Pharisees.
This ruthless king became a subject for admiration only after his
death. Paradoxically, his widow Salome Alexandra would be remembered
for her close cooperation with the Pharisees. It would seem that in
rabbinical tradition no Jewish monarch could be considered good unless
dead or female."
~ 'a historical atlas of the jewish people'