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orion Re: linguistic query

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Does anyone know of any examples from the DSS in which a participle is
appointed with *both* 1) a definite article He and 2) a pronominal suffix.

 With the exception of only 3 examples in BH, Gesenius claims that this
cannot happen (on the theory that any enclitic suffix would be in a
genitive or objective-genitive relationship to the participle, and hence
would be specifying it, thus rendering the article superfluous), while
Jouon-Muraoka maintain the opposite (on the theory that the enclitic use of
the suffix keeps it firmly in the accusative, simply replacing 't +

best regards,

Fred Cryer