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What is the correct translation of Exodus 6:3?

Some claim Exodus 6:3 is contradictory because (as they say) God Almighty did not reveal his name YHWH (יהוה) to Abraham, while other scriptures provide evidence to the contrary. The Hebrew text of ...
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How to Lein Tehillim קלז

I don't know which tradition you use to read. But I have a book of Psalms put out by a very prominent Syrian community in Brooklyn. The book itself mentioned something quite surprising to me. They now ...
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Count seven weeks or seven shabbats?

Devarim 16:9 twice refers to "seven weeks" שׁבעה שׁבעת** תּספּר־לך מהחל חרמשׁ בּקּמה תּחל לספּר שׁבעה שׁבעות׃** You shall count seven weeks; begin to count the seven weeks from the time the ...
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Grammatical question related to SHEVA

I'm sure this has been hashed out before here already, and many of our users here are far superior grammarians, but ... here goes. We avoid starting a sentence with a double sh'va. Because to do so ...
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Kamatz Katan Question

There is no Kamats-kattan. In Tanakh, according to the vowel system we use today, stressed syllables never have a Kametz-kattan.
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