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Author(s): Fritz Werner
1. General Introduction The English term ‘adjective’ is derived from the Latin adiectivum, a translation of the Greek epitheton meaning ‘that which is added’. Morphologically, the Hebrew adjective is a part of speech inflected for number (§3.1), gender (§3.1), and definiteness (§3.3); syntactically, it has attributive (§4.1), predicative (§4.2), and adverbial functions (§4.3); it is also used to denote degrees of comparison (§4.4). In Hebrew a שם תואר šem toʾar ‘adjective’ is not marked as such by any unequivocally distinctive morphological markers, so that this …
Date: 2014-10-01