From: Julian Gilbey (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Mar 07 2003 - 06:14:00 EST
On Thu, Mar 06, 2003 at 02:25:19PM -0500, Dean Snyder wrote:
> Ben Yehuda is a "modern" Hebrew dictionary, and, as I noted in my
> original email, I have little experience in modern, Israeli Hebrew -
> maybe the orthography is different there, I just don't know. Which is why
> I was limiting my remarks to classical Hebrew.
> Maybe we have some Israeli lurkers out here who can help us with this?
Orthography essentially the same, but people are lazy and don't always
put all the dots (vowel markings) in "accurately" or at all. Most
people reading the dictionary would be OK with the word even with two
identical marks on the Shin/Sin letter: there's only one possible way
to read the word anyhow.
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