In early Hebrew, the parape of the verb was much more common than Hitpael, but it was eventually marginalized because its meanings were a part of Hitpael.  Shira Wigderson postulated that Nitpael`s early popularity was due to the influence of Yiddish; When the influence of Yiddish weakened over time, Nitpael`s popularity declined.  There is a form called verbal pronominal suffix in which a direct object can be used as an additional suffix on the verb. This form allows a high degree of word economy, because the single verb fully conjugated expresses the verb, its voice, its subject, its object and its temporal form. It should also be noted that the coordination of a singular subject and a plural subject DP reduces the acceptance of the singular number option on the verb, as shown in example (5) below. In addition, the grammar of taking coordinates with a subject of singular and plural DP continues to deteriorate when the plural member precedes the singular. Compare the examples (5) and (6) below, coordinated with a plural and a singular theme DP: 145i Rem. The construction of א㚰ִִֹים God with the plural of the predicate can (with the exception of course of such passages as 1 K 192, 2010, where spokespeople are pagan, and 㨨ֱל㤿הִים can therefore be a numerical plural) partly declared as a tolerance in a polytheistic form of expression, partly from the particular use of one of the first documents of the Hexateuch, called Wellhausen`s E, &c., Dillmann`s B; See his commentary on Numbers – Joshua, p. 618, and above, §124g, note 2. So Gn 2013 (but in conversation with a pagan); 31:53, 35:7, cf. also Jos 2419.
That this construction was forced a posteriori for fear of misunderstandings, Show passages like Neh 918 compared to the ex 324, 8 and 1 Ch 1721 against 2 p. 723. See Strack`s excursion on Gen 2013 to Die Genesis, Munich, 1905, p. 77. 145k 4. Plural names of animals or things and abstracts, male or female, are often interpreted with the feminine singular of the verbal predicate (in the collective sense of the feminine form, cf. § 122s); jo 120 בַֽהֲוֹתתָָׂׂׂדֶהַֹּֽג Jer 124 (where the preceding predicate), cf. also Jn 127; The names of things with the previous predicate come in 2 S 2413, Is 3413, Jer 414, 5129, ψ 1835, 3731, 732 Keth., 103:5 before (except, except, unless this happens, it is saidְַֹֽֽדדֵֵדֵֵֵֵֵֵדדֵֵֵֵֵׁ is for תִּתְחֵֵַּשׁ), Jb 1419, 2720; With the following predicate Gn 4922 (בָּנוֹת =branches); Dt 217, 1 S 415 (וְעֵינָיו קָ֫מָה), 2 S 109, Is 5912, Jer 215 Keth., 48:41, 49:24, Pr 1522, 2018, Jb 4110.  145g Rem.
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